Mates in Mind


Road Safety Week: Mates in Mind says suicide rate in transport sector is ‘above average’

Mates in Mind is campaigning for transport and logistics organisations to prioritise the mental wellbeing of their workforces. Read More

Health, safety and wellbeing in the modern workplace

The 11th edition of the British Safety Council Annual Conference recently brought together leaders from across the health, safety and wellbeing. With the future of so many facets of life changing rapidly, this year’s agenda was extremely topical. Read More

World Mental Health Day: Prevention is the best cure

British Safety Council has urged employers to safeguard employee mental health and invest in workplace wellbeing. Read More

Suicide hotlines

A list of trusted suicide prevention resources that we encourage you share around your colleagues and workplace. Read More

World Suicide Prevention Day: ‘We have a big challenge ahead’, says Mates in Mind

There were over 6,500 suicides registered in the UK last year alone, highlighting the importance of days like World Suicide Prevention Day in the quest to help raise awareness about suicide prevention. Read More

Understanding suicide in construction

A recent Guardian report into suicides at the Hinkley Point C project is a call-for-action. Dr Nick Bell discusses the wider implications for the construction industry. Read More

World Suicide Prevention Day 2019: Download your resource pack and poster

Since its inception in 2013, World Suicide Prevention Day has grown into a global annual event, with the aim to raise awareness about preventing suicides. Read More

Scaffolding Association looks to drive mental health awareness with new partnership

The Scaffolding Association has become a Mates in Mind supporter, joining a community of more than 270 other organisations across the UK working in partnership to help to tackle the issue of mental health. Read More

Row alongside Olympians raising money for Mates in Mind in Regatta London

Two teams of distinguished, retired Olympic rowers will be joining the Mates in Mind team for the inaugural Regatta London, taking place on the River Thames on Sunday 29 September. Read More

Is a little knowledge a dangerous thing when it comes to mental health?

Do you need to be an expert to have a conversation with someone struggling with their mental health? Some say that you do. Some advocate not using peer to peer support systems because ‘a little knowledge is a dangerous thing’. Read More



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