Gallagher Bassett (GB) recently released a collection of posters on myGB Poster Designer to help businesses promote and celebrate World Mental Health Day.
World Mental Health Day is a day for global mental health awareness, education and advocacy. One in five Australians are affected by mental illness, yet many don’t seek help because of stigma.
The theme 'Do You See What I See?' challenges perceptions regarding mental illness in Australia and encourages everyone to view mental health in a more positive light to reduce stigma and assist those more people in seeking the support they deserve.
GB's World Mental Health Day poster collection aims at raising awareness of mental health issues.
With slogans like “don’t believe everything you think” and “doing good does you good” the posters aim to shed a more positive light on mental health, helping workplaces to develop a mentally healthy culture.
This is important as the stigma surrounding mental health illness remains an issue in Australia, preventing people from seeking help.
GB’s General Manager – Marketing and Communications, Drew Spilsbury is pleased to see GB Poster Designer supporting this important cause.
"World Mental Health Day is a great opportunity for organisations to check in with their employees and shed a positive light on mental health."
"We hope that these posters assist in promoting a culture of positive conversations about mental health."
MyGB Poster Designer is an online tool that helps employers promote health and safety in their workplace using dozens of customisable posters. The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) named myGB Poster Designer as a finalist at the 2019 Insurance Industry Awards in the category of Insurtech Program of the Year.
The World Mental Health Day posters can be viewed on myGB Poster Designer.