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Approximately 80% of all people who die by suicide are of working age (18-65) making the workplace the most cross-cutting system for suicide prevention, intervention and crisis response.

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Policy and Response Recommendations to Help Employers Positively Impact Workers and the Work Environment — A Whitepaper for HR Professionals and Employment Lawyers


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Learn about the 9 Recommended Practices

After pledging your commitment to Workplace Suicide Prevention you will receive more information on the 9 recommended practices. For more information and additional action steps please register to become a pledge partner.

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National Guidelines Overview

The National Guidelines leadership team Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas, Dr. Jodi Jacobson Frey, and Maggie Mortali give an overview of the Guidelines for Workplace Suicide Prevention.

Brought to you by the collaborative partnership of suicide prevention leaders, including the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and United Suicide Survivors International, in addition to hundreds of workplace stakeholders.

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