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Workplace Pregnancy Loss Training

A training module that contains practical guidance to help support those who have suffered pregnancy or baby loss.

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Supporting a more compassionate workplace

It is believed that approximately one out of every four pregnancies in the UK results in a loss during pregnancy or childbirth. As an employer, the way you extend support to your employees sends a powerful message about how much your organisation values the health and well-being of its people. This free training module aims to explore how colleagues and managers can provide assistance to individuals who have experienced the loss of a baby, fostering an atmosphere of openness, inclusivity, and support.

Our journey here started with Keeley Lengthorn...

Keeley's Story

Keeley Lengthorn, a partner with Taylor Rose MW Solicitors, has been campaigning for a new bill to be passed which would provide statutory leave for parents who suffer the loss of a child under 24 weeks – known as George’s Law.

This bill was introduced by Angela Crawley MP and last year made its way through Parliament. It was successful at the first reading but unfortunately did not go any further.  

Keeley is now campaigning to have the Parental and Bereavement Act 2018 amended.

This is very personal to Keeley, who has lost three children in the space of three years and believes it’s time for the law to change.

Briefed is proud to partner with Keeley to deliver online workplace pregnancy loss training. 

In the absence of protection at a statutory level, our training is intended to provide organisations with guidance on how to support a colleague and  ensure there is a transparent and effective baby loss policy available to employees within all organisations in the UK.

Keeley’s story resonates with me personally, and with many other barristers, solicitors, colleagues & friends.

I’m so grateful that we have the opportunity to support Keeley and many others by raising awareness of these issues, discussing how to support colleagues at work and how the law needs to change.

– Briefed CEO, Orlagh Kelly

Who is this training designed for?

This training is specifically designed for HR departments, managers, and colleagues who are seeking to:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of how to effectively support their employees and co-workers who have experienced the loss of a baby.
  • Contribute to fostering an environment that is open, inclusive, and supportive for those affected by baby loss.
  • Acquire practical skills and an empathetic approach in order to provide meaningful assistance to individuals going through this difficult experience.

Course content includes: 

  • Introduction
  • Keeley’s story
  • How to support a colleague suffering baby loss
  • Topics and actions to avoid
  • How to manage someone going through the experience
  • What governance changes can your organisation make to support parents
  • How can businesses create an environment to support their employees through practice
  • Conclusion and links to support websites

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