SAVE THE DATE: 18 April 2024

You don’t have to be an expert when someone says they’re not OK.

By knowing what to say you can help a workmate feel supported and access help long before they’re in crisis, which can make a positive difference in their life.

Rail R U OK? activities are an opportunity to show workmates that they can make a real difference to someone who’s having a tough time by having a meaningful conversation.

To ensure you’re kept up to date, register your event. To register as a workplace champion, email hsteele@tracksafefoundation.com.au

2024 resources are coming soon, in the meantime, take a moment to read our Conversations with Champions blog and Stories of Inspiration videos below.

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Find help

If you or someone you know needs support with mental health or wellbeing, we encourage you to contact the appropriate support service provider as shown below. If you are concerned for your safety or the safety of others, seek immediate assistance by calling Triple Zero (000) in Australia and Triple One (111) in New Zealand.
AUSTRALIA
LIFELINE | 13 11 14 lifeline.org.au  
SUICIDE CALLBACK SERVICE | 1300 65 946 suicidecallbackservice.org.au
BEYOND BLUE | 1300 22 4636 beyondblue.org.au
MENSLINE | 1300 78 9978 mensline.org.au
PARENTS BEYOND BREAKUP 1300 853 437 parentsbeyondbreakup.com

NEW ZEALAND
LIFELINE NZ | 0800 543 354 lifeline.org.nz
NEED TO TALK | 1737 (24/7) Free call or text 1737 1737.org.nz
OUTLINE | 0800 OUTLINE (688 5463) outline.org.nz

Stories of Inspiration

Conversations with Champions: Steve Butcher, John Holland
Conversations with Champions: Cassie Stevens, UGL
Conversations with Champions: Joel Thompson, Thee Group
Why Marty asks, “Hey, Are you OK?”
Anne-Marie Bentley, VLine talks Rail R U OK?
Adam Docherty, Yarra Trams & Keeping the Conversation on Track

Get involved

More than 100,000 rail employees across 110+ organisations are on board for Rail R U OK?

Register your organisation’s involvement.

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