Medibio (ASX:MEB), a mental health technology company, has confirmed the next tranche of clients to join its Corporate Mental Health Check-in.
Rio Tinto, AJJV (Aurecon Jacobs Joint Venture for the West Gate Tunnel project), and the Australian Football League, have joined MediBio's 4-week Mental Health Check-in campaign.
Rio Tinto's Growth and Innovations division will conduct a pilot for 400 people in Iron Ore Projects.
“After hearing about the Mental Health Check-in from a business partner, Rio Tinto approached Medibio Corporate Health. They have been thorough in understanding the program’s technology, applicability and analytics, and we look forward to working with them” said SVP corporate health, Peta Slocombe.
The West Gate Tunnel Project is the largest infrastructure project in the Southern Hemisphere. The Check-in will be available to workers on and offsite.
The Australian Football League (AFL) and Australian Football League Umpires Association (AFLUA) are collaborating to provide a Mental Health Check-in for all umpires and football operations staff.
According to Medibio CEO, Jack Cosentino, “These partnerships with some of the biggest names in these sectors, position them as leaders in mental health care technology.”
The Mental Health Check-in campaign is the entry-level offering to Medibio’s annualised Corporate Health product. Collectively, they will contribute up to 1,400 participants to Medibio’s data set, and paid pilots with two global mining and construction firms.