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Mental Health Awareness Week: Understanding the Mental Health of Decorators 

Mental Health Awareness Week encourages people across the UK to not only acknowledge their own mental health and how to improve it, but also to learn the signs of mental health issues in others and how to help.  Recent industry research found that 50% of tradespeople in the decorating industry experience mental health issues due to their job. That’s why this Mental Health Awareness Week, it seems more pertinent than ever to understand the stresses that come with being a decorator – and together with Dulux Decorator Centre, we are exploring what can cause mental health issues for decorators and how to alleviate them. 

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Weekly trade suicides represented in ‘Lunch atop a Skyscraper’ photo recreation for Mental Health Awareness Week

For Mental Health Awareness Week, the scale of the issue has been visualised through 11 mannequins Exhibition created in line with the famous photo’s 90th anniversary More than four in five (82%) UK tradespeople experience mental health problems due to work For Mental Health Awareness Week (9th-15th May), the iconic ‘Lunch atop a Skyscraper’ image has been recreated with 11 mannequins to represent the number of tradespeople who die from suicide each week.

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