September Newsletter - in this issue:
FREE East Anglia Breathe Freely roadshow event - book now!
News: BOHS launches Asbestos Still Kills Campaign
HSE releases powerful new video featuring stonemason with silicosis
The Business case for occupational health and hygiene
What does good look like for worker health in construction?
During September we ran 3 Breathe Freely roadshow events which over 300 of you attended and we have had some great feedback!
Slides will be available soon from www.breathefreely.org.uk
The next event takes place on 21st October in Norwich, 8.30am - 12pm
book your place here
Speakers from BOHS, HSE and industry will talk about:
- 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 workplaceto improve standards
- Good practice examples
are sponsoring this event
BOHS reminds that asbestos still kills and calls for qualified professionals to minimise the risk
Read about BOHS' new initiative here
Former stone worker suffering from silicosis tells his story
Building the business case for prevention
Protecting the health of your workforce is not only 'the right thing to do' but it is also good for business. Read about why good occupational hygiene = good business in our 'Good Business Case'
To get involved in Breathe Freely visit www.breathefreely.org.uk or email email@example.com