Mental health webinar

Mental health webinar

Mental health during crisis and what this means for operational risk

Now Available On-Demand

As we move into the next normal and as people go back into the workplace, how do employers ensure the well-being, manage the associated operational risk and productivity of their employees? Join our industry experts preparing for the future of work and the required continued support as we transition into a new phase of the pandemic.


Join this webinar to gain insight into:

  • Learning how other organisations managed the immediate impact: anxiety, health and job security
  • How your organisation can prepare for the shorter and longer term issues
  • An overview of ISO 45001: supporting guidance on managing psychological health in the work place
  • Hearing how your peers are managing and experiencing change management: remote working and transitioning back into the work place
  • Mitigating the human error element due to mental health
  • Reduced productivity: presentism and ill mental health
  • PTSD: developing processes for helping and supporting individuals


Kate Field

Global head of health, safety and wellbeing

British Standards Institution (BSI)

Nihara Krause

CEO, consultant clinical psychologist


Joseph Iraci

MD, financial risk management, CRO, lecturer and author

former TD Ameritrade, UBS, BNY Mellon

Joe Iraci is a Managing Director at TD Ameritrade where he heads the Financial Risk Management team. Prior to this position he headed the Financial Markets Services Group, and the Corporate Risk team. Prior to joining TD Ameritrade Joe held several senior risk management positions within Fidelity Investments at both Fidelity Employer Services Corporation and Fidelity Brokerage Company. Joe previously had been the Head, New Business Operations, UBS AG, and the Regional Head Americas / Deputy Global Head of Operational Risk at Deutsche bank AG, a position he assumed from heading the Business Risk Management for Deutsche Bank's Corporate Trust and Agency Services business. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Joe had been a Bank Examiner with the FDIC and served in the United States Marine Corps. Joe completed his undergraduate studies at St. John's University and received his MBA from New York University.

James Routledge

Founds and chief executive officer


I started my first business during my 2nd year of University and never went back.

In the process of building the business, raising investment and dealing with it's failure, I burned out. I was crippled with anxiety and began having panic attacks. I'd pushed myself to the limit for 3 years working on something I wasn't truly passionate about and lived my life as someone else in my quest for "success".

Mental health became important to me as I started to feel all the feelings I'd bottled up for years. I knew nothing about mental health, I was frightened and felt ashamed. Yet I knew it didn't have to be this way.

I set up Sanctus to create the brand that I wish had existed for me and for millions of others. A brand that redefines mental health as a whole and creates real human connection. We do this through coaching in the workplace, talks, trainings, storytelling and creating an environment for people to openly talk about mental health.

Our mission is to put the world's first mental health gym's on the high street and inspire people to work on their mental health proactively, like we do with physical health. Right now we partner with global brands, startups and innovative businesses to take the mental health gym to the workplace. In less than 3 years we've sustainably grown Sanctus in the workplace to positively impact tens of thousands of individuals through 1:1 Sanctus Coaching.

Rob Stephenson

Chief executive officer