Employers are required to have trained physical first aiders in their workplaces.  That's great.  The problem is that for most work places the greatest risk, or the most likely problems to be encountered, are around mental health not physical health.  Norman Lamb MP, a campaigner around mental health and a trained mental health first aider, has put down an early day motion in the House of Commons calling for this to be addressed.  It would be a great way to address some of the disparity of treatment between physical and mental health, and chisel away at the ongoing stigma surrounding the latter.