BOHS’s online archive now complete
The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS)’s flagship international scientific research journal, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, has completed its online archive of previous issues, now going as far back as its first issue in 1958.
The archive is accessible free to BOHS members, but non-members can register online to access selected content and to use Pay per View at: http://annhyg.oxfordjournals.org/
Some of the earliest articles from the Annals include papers on noise and vibration in the very first issue, a 1960 paper on “sensations of warmth and freshness” by David Hickish, still a member of BOHS today, and a 1960 description of conditions in the asbestos textile industry.
Dr Trevor Ogden, chief editor of the Annals since 1997, received the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA) lifetime achievement award last year and the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)’s William P Yant Award this year.
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In this episode of the Safety & Health Podcast, ‘Burnout, stress and being human’, Heather Beach is joined by Stacy Thomson to discuss burnout, perfectionism and how to deal with burnout as an individual, as management and as an organisation.
We provide an insight on how to tackle burnout and why mental health is such a taboo subject, particularly in the workplace.