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Safety is more than vests and hard hats.

Anyone can help improve mental health in construction. We're breaking the stigma, getting people talking, and lifting up resources in partnership with The B1M.

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Protecting Our Most Valuable Resource: People

It's time we break the silence around mental health in construction. The B1M and Procore are working to raise $1 million in funds to donate to organisations working with change in mind.

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Action starts with knowledge.

Explore trending conversations, articles, and resources.


Time for Change: Get Construction Talking Launches in Australia

Watch as Fred Mills, founder of The B1M, leads a discussion around mental health among construction leaders and safety innovators in Sydney, Australia.


Addressing Mental Health in Construction

Hear from a panel of experts in construction and mental health to learn how you can turn awareness into action.

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Addressing Construction's Mental Health Pandemic

Watch Procore's Tooey Courtemanche moderate a panel discussion with speakers featured in the Get Construction Talking two-part documentary series.

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Change the way you see your safety.

A holistic culture of safety requires a focus on workers' psychological well-being. Anyone can help by looking out for their team and pointing them to the right support.

  • In the U.S. and U.K., construction has the highest rate of suicide of all industries.

  • In Australia, we lose one construction worker to suicide every two days.

  • 48% of Canadian and American firms include mental wellness in their safety programs.

  • Construction workers are 4x more likely to take their own lives.

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Build at the intersection of safety and belonging.

Construction is safer when everyone is equipped for the job. Part of this is ensuring underrepresented workers like women have access to proper-fitting PPE and workwear. It also means fostering team psychological safety where everyone is treated with trust and respect.

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A Guide to Meeting the PPE Needs of a Diverse Workforce

Minimise the risk of workplace accidents on the job while also promoting belonging and inclusion.

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Tech saves bodies and minds.

Construction is physically and mentally demanding. The industry is turning to technology for innovative ways to keep field teams safe while lessening the physical and mental stress of the workforce.

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ROI Report

Why the right tech is more crucial than ever.

See what solutions are driving results for industry leaders all over the world.