Breathe Freely

BOHS launches new phase of Breathe Freely initiative

BOHS, the Chartered Society for Worker Health Protection, has officially launched a major new phase of its Breathe Freely initiative Read More

Silica – understanding the age-old hazard

Occupational hygienist Kelvin Williams takes a closer look at silica. This article was published in September 2016. How is it, Read More

BOHS launches new HI Standard self-assessment tool

BOHS, the Chartered Society for Worker Health Protection, has launched a new version of its Health in Industry (HI) Management Read More

Silicosis must be stopped, says BOHS

The BOHS is urging the construction industry to take decisive action to stop workers being exposed to silicosis. This follows Read More

Action on mesothelioma

As part of its mesothelioma research campaign, the British Lung Foundation (BLF) hosted Action Mesothelioma Day 2015 on 3 July. Read More

Mesothelioma and me: an electrician’s experience

  Today, 3rd July, is Action Mesothelioma Day, where we remember those who have died from mesothelioma. It is a day Read More

Young construction workers still exposed to hazardous dusts

Young construction workers are still being exposure to hazardous dust, shows new research that backs the BOHS Breathe Freely campaign. Read More

BOHS launches Breathe Freely initiative

The British Occupational Hygiene Society has launched a new collaborative approach that aims to prevent occupational lung disease in the Read More

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