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Guiding Production Companies in Embracing Duty of Care, Welfare and Positive Mental Health in TV.


Fiona Fletcher has worked at senior management level in the television industry for over 15 years. 
She has worked as Head of Production, Production Executive and Welfare Executive
across multiple genres for broadcasters including:
Channel 4, BBC, Sky, UKTV, Discovery, Nat Geo, MTV, History and A & E Networks.

Fiona brings together her extensive experience in production management, duty of care, 
contributor welfare, health & safety, legal & compliance and HR and combines it with training in: 

Mental Health Law, Mental Health First Aid, Mental Health Awareness, I-Act, Wellbeing Management,
Psychological Safety and Coaching, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Breathwork Coaching

to offer bespoke welfare solutions for production companies in the film and television industry.


In 2019 a UK study found that a staggering 38 reality TV stars had died by suicide around the world
following their appearances on shows such as Love Island, Jeremy Kyle and Big Brother.

And in 2020, The Film and TV Charity published ‘The Looking Glass Report'  highlighting the results of a survey
of the mental health and well-being of over 9000 workers in the UK Film and TV sector that revealed:

87% of workers had suffered mental ill health.
55% of workers in the industry had considered taking their own lives.



By prioritising the welfare of contributors and the emotional wellbeing of cast and crew,
you can create content that is not only awe-inspiring but also responsible and ethical.


Fiona can provide guidance, strategies and expertise to ensure your production
is covering the legal requirements for mental health in the workplace whilst also taking a proactive
and practical approach to implementing robust duty of care procedures for contributors and cast.


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