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BOHS has launched a new initiative to tackle occupational lung disease in the construction sector

On 28th April 2015, Worker Memorial Day, BOHS launched a new initiative called Breathe Freely in partnership with Constructing Better Health, Land Securities and Mace. The purpose of this initiative is to reduce the incidence of occupational lung disease in the construction industry. This is a collaborative initiative, targeted  specifically at managers and site supervisors within the construction industry. The aim is not just to raise awareness of the problem but also to effect action by providing practical solutions through sharing of best practice and encouraging implementation of effective exposure control.  

To get involved visit: Breathe Freely   www.breathefreely.org.uk   



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