Lankey & Limey Ltd. has entered into a training service agreement with Actsafe Safety Association to deliver this one-day workshop to the arts and entertainment industries.

Workshop Delivery: Virtual Classroom
Workshop Cost:
Workshop Duration: 8hrs
Workshop Owner: Lankey & Limey Ltd.
Workshop Capacity: 24 participants

Please note that this workshop is facilitated by a Lankey & Limey Ltd. safety professional who is not a mental health professional.
The pandemic continues to have a profound effect on our community. It is clear that the impacts on our mental health and sense of psychological safety are a significant part of the experience.
Our community has always demonstrated resilience in the face of adversity, but that reservoir of resilience is often replenished by the time we spend with our friends and colleagues when we come together for an event or show.
This resource of mutual support is something many of us do not have access to in the same way during this new normal.
So much is out of our collective and individual control at the moment, so we asked the question: what is within our locus of control and what can we do now to support ourselves and each other?

This workshop puts you at the center of developing tools and strategies that can help.

In the workshop we will explore:

    • Individual & Community Strategies for Resilience
    • Transferable Skills and How to Apply Them
    • Remaining Connected and Providing Support
    • Managing Psychological Safety when Returning to Work

Participation & Resources:

There will be the opportunity to participate during the session, but please read the safety information below:

    1. Whilst every reasonable effort will be made to provide warnings, it is possible you might be affected or triggered by some of the material discussed.
    2. For your own safety, consider who, from your own support network, you could reach out to in the event you are triggered.
    3. A list of resources will be made available after the session.
    4. Should you need access to resources now, please follow this link:
    5. Remember – If the material means you need to step away, that is OK.
    6. If you wish to share a story that might contain harrowing details, subject matter, or experiences, please give the rest of the group a general idea of the type of subject & possible triggers you are going share. This will empower other members of the group to be able to make choices about their own Psychological Safety.

Please join us to continue the discussion.