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Newly-launched BOHS course

This new Advanced Proficiency module is the first of its kind in the UK, and teaches candidates how to safely identify and quantify asbestos in soils samples.

Find out more here

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The Faculty of Asbestos Assessment and Management

We are proud to announce the successful launch of our new Faculty, FAAM, on 11 October 2017. 

Become one of our first members and find out more here

Find an occupational hygienist

BOHS publishes the Directory of Occupational Hygiene Services, the UK’s only register of qualified occupational hygienists. To find an occupational hygienist, please click the links below.

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Campaigns & Initiatives

Breathe Freely Campaigns in Construction and Manufacturing

Treat 'Health' like 'Safety' and breathe freely

Every year in the UK, about 13,000 people die from diseases which
were caused by the work that they do, or used to do. In 2015/16, in
comparison, precisely 144 people died from accidents at work. In
other words, 99% of deaths caused by work can be attributed to ill
health, and 1% to poor safety.

Find out how you can make a difference