For many, post-production can feel like the end of a project, but, for others, it might be the start of their journey.

It’s essential that mental health and wellbeing support continues to be prioritised throughout post-production so that post teams can work effectively.

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What to consider

Review your mental health risk assessment (MHRA) and schedule a wellbeing handover meeting to evaluate the support you have or could put in place for your post-production team before work begins.

If you’re reaching the end of your project, ensure you make time to debrief with both your crew and senior leaders to reflect and share any insights from actions you’ve implemented.

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Our post-production guides

Use our post-production guides to help you arrange a wellbeing handover meeting, create a communication plan for post teams, and recognise signs of isolation and loneliness.

Our guides can also support you in debriefing your teams effectively at the end of your project and sharing key learning with senior leaders to enable them to champion positive change on future productions.