Being healthy

If we’re fit, well and safe ourselves it gives us the freedom to perform and respond to our customers’ needs too. Every Amey workplace – be that an office or a depot – has health and safety embedded, so we all take responsibility for our personal and collective safety. 

We aim to do this better than anyone else.

Keeping our people safe

We put our people first and we want everyone to go home fit and well at the end of their working day or night.

Our Zero Code reminds us of the important steps we must all take to protect ourselves and others from harm.

It's aim is to focus attention on encouraging and developing  correct and safe behaviours, and it applies to everyone who works for and with Amey, helping to create safer places for everyone.

Looking after each other

Our loud and proud wellbeing ambassadors promote ways to stay healthy, both physically and emotionally, and raise awareness of mental health conditions. They hold local events to get people talking and they signpost people to the help they may need.

We’ve signed the Time to Change employer pledge so that we can improve attitudes towards mental health and give more support to employees.

We hope to help our people keep a clean bill of health, and we know that takes more than an apple a day. We point our people towards healthier lifestyle choices and we have occupational health services on hand to give care to anyone that needs it. We are committed to a healthy work-life balance and aim to empower our people with the flexibility they need, so they’re engaged to give their best.

Support for all, 24/7

We don’t stop looking out for you after you’ve gone home, either.

We provide a 24/7 helpline which employees can call for free, confidential advice.

Whether it’s a workplace problem, a relationship breakdown, or a financial issue, employees can receive round-the-clock support when it is most needed.

Case studies

Catherine’s flourishing in a military environment and large company culture

Heidie’s a leading light in operations – and mental health first aid

Ian’s 66, living with cancer, and fitter than he’s ever been

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