Supporting your MATES in Construction
MATES in Construction (MIC) is a program designed to deliver mental health and wellbeing support to workers in the building and construction industry.
The program began in Queensland, however it was announced in July 2012 that this program is set to operate nationally.
Statistics show that workers in the Queensland Construction industry are six times more likely to die from suicide than from an industrial accident.
MIC raises awareness of suicide in the industry and ensures appropriate help is readily available. With ‘mates looking out for mates’ a key component of the program, it recognises that colleagues can support those who are struggling.
The MIC website provides a range of informative resources, as well as information on where to go for support.
- Last updated
- 02 May 2017
Register now for Safe Work Month 2017 events
Register to attend Safe Work Month breakfast forums being held this October and hear from Mental Health Ambassador, Libby Trickett, keynote speaker and futurist, Charles Brass and ACT Australia, presenting an interactive case study and workshop.