Fake Transport for London (TfL) campaign imagery from 2012 that encourages individuals to ‘Kill Yourself at Home’, has recently resurfaced on social media.
Three campaign posters for ‘Considerate Suicide’ were designed and created by Elvis Communication without permission or consultation from TfL.
On November 13, World Kindness Day, London Waterloo hosted the rail industry’s joint campaign ‘A Brief Encounter’. The campaign aimed to bring the 1945 film Brief Encounter, back to life to let commuters know how they can help if they see someone in distress.
The rail industry's Central Suicide Prevention Team have launched a new initiative on behalf of the industry promoting the Small Talk Saves Lives campaign. As of September 2019, an estimated 2,000 vehicles in Network Rail’s fleet will be branded with the Small Talk Saves Lives logo.