As part of our mission to promote a healthy working environment for everyone, BOHS offers expert information and publications on issues critical to worker health protection. We encourage our members to use these resources to stay up to date with the latest developments in the field.
Through targeted campaigns, including our popular Breathe Freely initiative to reduce occupational lung disease, we help to raise awareness among employers about how they can better protect their workforce from serious illnesses.
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Campaigns We Support
IOSH's 'No Time to Lose' campaign aims to raise awareness of occupational cancer, get carcinogenic exposure issues more widely understood and help businesses take action by providing free practical resources.
Research suggests that cancer caused by work claims at least 742,000 lives a year worldwide.
The latest phase of the campaign focuses on raising awareness of asbestos – the biggest occupational cancer killer claiming at least 100,000 lives a year worldwide.
A campaign from HSE protecting people by managing risk proportionately and effectively, supporting innovation and increasing productivity.
The campaign brings together different industries, unions, professional bodies, businesses and organisations to share learning and best practice. The campaign reaches out to both employers and employees, encouraging them to join the conversation and make their commitment to Helping Great Britain Work Right.
Mates in Mind is a registered UK charity raising awareness, addressing the stigma of poor mental health and promoting positive mental wellbeing across the workplace.
It was established by the Health in Construction Leadership Group (HCLG) with the support of the British Safety Council in September 2016.
The charity aims to provide clear information to employers on available support and guidance on mental health, mental illness and mental wellbeing, and how they can address this within their organisations.
Stop. Make a Change is a national event that allows leading UK contractors, customers and suppliers the opportunity to speak directly to employees and suppliers about health, safety and wellbeing issues, and to make commitments to actions targeting an improved performance in these areas.
The campaign launched in 2017 with over 60 companies and 6,000 employees taking part.