Pass wellbeing planning to post-production

Post-production is often a very challenging stage – with pressures on schedules, budgets and resources.

There’s often little mental health and wellbeing support provided for post-production teams, and insufficient attention given to the specific challenges these teams face, such as working long hours and frequent isolation.

It’s crucial that mental health and wellbeing support continues to be prioritised during post-production – and key learnings from production are passed on – to ensure that teams stay mentally healthy and can do their jobs effectively.

This guide covers five actions, including the following key tasks:


For a complete approach to supporting mental health and wellbeing following a production shoot also see our three other post-production guides.

Actions to take