We’ve launched our ‘Help Inside the Hard Hat’ campaign to raise awareness of poor mental health within our industry. In the UK, two construction workers take their own lives every working day and stress, anxiety and depression account for a fifth of all work-related illnesses.

We ‘Help Inside the Hard Hat’ by providing a huge range of pro-active support and resources for our construction community including our 24/7 Construction Industry Helpline, our free app and mental health training.

Help us ‘Help Inside the Hard Hat’ by spreading awareness within your workplace.

How you can Help Inside the Hard Hat

So that you can help us raise awareness of our campaign we’ve made all of the resources free of charge. So whether you just want to print your own posters on a photocopier or get them professionally printed, we’ve got everything you need below. You can even add your company logo if you wish!

Request our Free Poster PDFs below

Choose the size you want, complete the short form and you’ll receive a link to the artwork directly to your inbox.

If you’d prefer a ‘ready to go’ A2 poster we are including these free of charge when you order a Construction Industry Helpline Pack. Find out more here

Request the Posters in different languages

Hoardings, Site Buildings and Vehicle Livery

Go large with your support and display the posters on your site hoardings, buildings or even your vehicles! If you’d like to receive our Help Inside the Hard Hat artwork, or help with vehicle livery then please contact us below.

Share Your Support for Help Inside the Hard Hat

Once you’ve got your posters or hoardings on display we’d love to see them so make sure you proudly share your support of the Help Inside the Hard Hat campaign for everyone to see.
Take a photo and post on social media and tag us using #HITHH

Help Inside the Hard Hat 'On Site'

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To support the Help Inside the Hard Hat campaign, our team are also out ‘On Site’, spreading the word about our charitable services and reaching out to the frontline trades. We’re visiting builders’ merchants, hire centres and construction sites across the country so make sure you kow where we’re heading next.