The theme of Mental Health Awareness Week this year is “loneliness”.
Loneliness is affecting more of us in the UK and has had a huge impact on physical and mental health during the pandemic. Our connection to other people and our community is fundamental to protecting our mental health.
We want to bring our colleagues together to ensure that no one feels alone.
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, we've launched our 'Day with a Driver' scheme, where our office staff get the opportunity to spend some time in the cab with our colleagues from our Transport or Haulage departments. This helps our team to connect with people they wouldn't normally have the chance to.
If you need some support, there are resources out there to help you. Reach out to the Construction Industry Helpline, available 24/7 and completely confidential: 0345 605 1956
Mental Health Foundation
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