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“Put an additional layer of protection in place within your organisation to ensure your colleagues are provided with a message of hope and a selection of mental health resources if they are conduct a harmful online search relating to self-harm or suicide. You never know who you might be saving” – Alice Hendy, Founder & CEO of R;pple Suicide Prevention.
Males working in the lowest-skilled occupations had a 44% higher risk of suicide than the male national average; the risk among males in skilled trades was 35% higher.
The risk of suicide among low-skilled male labourers, particularly those working in construction roles, is 3 times higher than the male national average.
The risk of suicide is elevated for those working in in culture, media and sport occupations for males (20% higher than the male average) and females (69% higher); risk was highest among those working in artistic, literary and media occupations.
For females, the risk of suicide among health professionals is 24% higher than the female national average; this is largely explained by high suicide risk among female nurses.
Male and female carers have a risk of suicide that is almost twice the national average.