Suicide Prevention in the Construction Industry

Jul 21, 2020 ‐ Jul 23, 2020


This serious yet engaging program exposes the risk factors suicide presents to the construction industry – and what can be done to address it: Prevention! Discover the correlation between performance issues and mental health, safety and substance abuse. This session launches the two-part educational program that will be offered free of charge to all CFMA chapters for local delivery. Clearly identify warning signs and appropriate courses of action using resources offered. Tackle this cultural issue and learn how to conduct a needs analysis and develop a Suicide Prevention Plan for your company – integrating awareness with action.

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the industry elements that link mental illness, mental wellness, and suicide prevention, including factors such as substance abuse and opioid addiction;
  • Understand how performance, production and safety issues can correlate closely with mental health concerns and suicide risk factors;
  • Build a business case for suicide prevention, and discuss the need for addressing it in the workplace;
  • Use the Suicide Prevention Needs Analysis & Integration Checklist to conduct a needs analysis of their organization’s current business practices and policies
  • Describe and utilize available suicide prevention resources

Who Should Attend?: Human Resource Managers, Project Managers, company or business owners, and anyone who is interested in being a Champion to prevent suicide prevention in the construction industry.

Standard: Free

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Suicide Prevention in the Construction Industry - Day 1

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Suicide Prevention in the Construction Industry - Day 1

Jul 21, 2020 3:00pm ‐ Jul 21, 2020 4:30pm

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Suicide Prevention in the Construction Industry - Day 2

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Suicide Prevention in the Construction Industry - Day 2

Jul 23, 2020 3:00pm ‐ Jul 23, 2020 4:30pm

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