July Newsletter - in this issue:
New Breathe Freely videos released
FREE Breathe Freely events now open for booking
TUC and APS show support for campaign
News - HSE research on stubble and face masks
Simon Clark, ex-electrician suffering from mesothelioma shares his story in this new film
Crossrail's Steve Hails says 'Let's stop whispering health and shouting safety'
Hear why Steve Hails and many others are passionate about Breathe Freely in this launch film
Free Breathe Freely events - open for bookings!
These events are for construction managers and site supervisors. Speakers from BOHS, HSE and industry will talk about:
Haydock, 9th September, 8.30 - 11am (breakfast included!)
- The scale of the problem – and who’s at risk
- An overview of the main hazards, how to identify them and, importantly, how they can be controlled
- Practical advice and tools to take away and use in the workplace to improve standards
- Good practice examples
Falkirk, 15th September, 8.30 - 11am (breakfast included!)
London, 23rd September, 4.30pm - 7pm
Find out more and book here
Sponsors of these events
Update on Supporters!
We now have 29 supporters - the latest to sign up are
To find out more about any aspect of Breathe Freely and how you can get involved, visit www.breathefreely.org.uk
BOHS highlights new research which confirms that stubble and beards can adversely affect the efficacy of respiratory face masks.
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