Construction workers are known for their dedication and passion, but they also have a reputation for being a bit of a risk taker.
A new study shows that construction workers are more likely to commit suicide than non-construction workers.
The study, published by the International Labour Organization (ILO), looked at the suicide rates of construction workers across seven countries.
The results showed that construction worker suicides were twice as common as construction workers in countries where the rate was higher.
The researchers found that construction suicides increased significantly when construction workers were in the same country.
In other words, if you’re a construction worker, you should be taking some precautions to protect yourself.
The authors of the study recommend that construction industry professionals take steps to keep their mental health and physical health as a part of the process of finding employment.
If you have concerns about suicide, talk to your colleagues, friends, and family.
They can also speak to a suicide prevention counsellor.
The ILO has also compiled a list of key steps you can take to protect your mental health during construction.
For more information on construction suicide prevention, visit the ILO website.Read more