NEW DELHI: Freeware and software will be released quickly to deal with mental health issues with railway workers, AIRF Regular Secretary Shiva Gopal Mishra said on Thursday. The All India Railways Federation (AIRF), the largest railway affiliation of transport workers nationwide, on Thursday recognized 125 first responders across the country who will be the level personnel of district railways for those workers who need to talk about stress psychological.
The union additionally held a “welfare” seminar on the psychological well-being of workers on Thursday. Discussion board and moderators from AIRF among others.
“For this, a toll-free number will be quickly started, through which we will additionally immediately advise employees and their families. Quickly, we will print various posters and awareness materials.
“Currently, when a railway worker goes to work, he goes with pleasant pleasure, but when he comes back, he remains irritable, so it may be due to working hours or problems in the office,” Mishra stated throughout the seminar. The family was The whole was once upset, and expected unhealthy information on a daily basis.
“In such a situation, not only the railway workers but the whole family were living under stress. There have been incidents such as suicide in a lot of locations. This is the rationale why the AIRF decided that we will now work additionally on the mental health of employees.”
Railroad Board Chairman F. stated that it is important for railway employees to think about the causes of stress themselves.
“I consider that the work of a railway worker can be very sensitive, so if he is kept under any kind of stress, it can undoubtedly have an effect on his work. In addition, we want to think about removing the causes of stress in advance, because these yoga and meditation also need to be adopted.”