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Suicide in the workplace

Working aged adults make up 70% of all suicide deaths in Canada. Since employed Canadians spend more than half of their waking hours in the workplace, workplaces are a key environment to provide suicide prevention strategies and improve mental health. Workplace mental health strategies that include policies and training about suicide can increase the ability to provide suicide prevention, intervention and postvention education and support while decreasing negative factors that can exacerbate poor mental health.

Source: Adapted from the Canadian Mental Health Association and Centre for Suicide Prevention’s Workplace and Suicide Prevention Toolkit, 2017


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