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Please notify your local chapters or affiliates and encourage them to attend these programs.

Feb. 1/CFMA Chicago Chapter Suicide Prevention Summit

Feb. 28/CFMA Webinar: Uniting the Construction Industry Behind Suicide Prevention (use code 2017FWAM for free access)

Mar. 8/98th Annual AGC Convention Session: Why Construction Companies Need to Know About Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

Cal_Beyer_ENRready1.jpg ENR’s Annual Top 25 Newsmakers

For ENR’s annual Top 25 Newsmakers program, editors look back over the stories they have written in the past year and nominate individuals who have given back. The 2016 class of Newsmakers includes Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention and CFMA member, Cal Beyer.

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Suicide prevention was listed as one of the top eight stories that shaped the construction industry in 2016 by Construction Dive.

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Recently, construction professionals were encouraged to “Keep an eye out for troubled coworkers” as part of their top five resolutions this year.

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Bloomberg BNA published “Construction Industry Unites to Tackle Suicide,” bringing attention to the work of Cal Beyer, Sally Spencer-Thomas, and CFMA’s Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention.

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Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) announced new resources made available to its members through its membership in the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention.

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The Association of Union Contractors (TAUC) is pleased to announce that it has joined the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention.

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Every year at their Shining Lights of Hope Gala, the Carson J Spencer Foundation recognizes the work of those who have gone above and beyond in making suicide prevention a health and safety priority. This year, the Carson J Spencer Foundation is honored to recognize CFMA with its Corporate Shooting Star Award which goes to a business that has gone above and beyond to support that Carson J Spencer Foundation through funding, volunteerism, and partnership. Since the fall of 2015, CFMA has led the national conversation on suicide prevention in the construction industry. From publications, to training, to regional summits, to strategic partnerships, CFMA has been at the forefront, elevating the conversation and engaging industry leaders in this life-saving cause.

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NECA's December 2016 issue of ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR opens with a letter from President David Hardt stating that help is just one call away.

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For some, winter is a time of celebration – the holidays, winter sports, beautiful snowy landscapes, and a reason to drink hot chocolate. For others, the shortened days bring on something called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

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