Bengalaru (20 November 2016) — In response to the tragic accident near Kanpur, Workplace Options would like to make the following resources available to any and all people impacted by this unfortunate event. Each of the documents listed below is designed specifically to aid employees working through the emotions that often follow traumatic experiences. However, there are tips, strategies, and advice that can help anyone connected with this tragedy, regardless of professional status.
Whether you seek support for yourself, a co-worker, a friend, or a loved one, please feel free to use or pass along any of the items that might be helpful:
- Coping Tips for Traumatic Events and Disasters
- Coping with Crisis in the Media Part 1
- Coping with Crisis in the Media Part 2
- Mental Health Reactions After Disaster
- Phases of Traumatic Stress Reactions in a Disaster
- Psychosocial Reactions to a Major Incident
- Tips for Parents and Carers on Media Coverage of Traumatic Events
- Supervisors Can Help Ease Employees’ Grief
- Tips for Breaking Bad News
- Steps to Take if You Lose Contact with Someone Far Away
In addition to these resources, India’s Ministry of Railways has posted helpline numbers by city on their Twitter page. Access that information at the following link: https://twitter.com/RailMinIndia/status/800156916018081793/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw.
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