Promoting healthier workplaces.

20.02.2019

We will be exhibiting at stand #4, our Occupational Hygiene team will be on hand to speak to delegates about how they can manage H&S within the workplace.

Our purpose is to improve people’s health and safety at work, at home and in the environment through excellent independent science, creating a healthy and sustainable world.

We have been at the forefront of occupational health research since 1969; our research and services help businesses to understand and remove a range of health risks. These include coal dust, asbestos, carbon nanotubes and air pollution to name a few. As a business, we strive to ‘Help Great Britain Work Well’, and that’s why we are supporting HSE Connect and the work of HSE more widely.

HSE CONNECT is organised by the Health and Safety Executive. It brings together industry, the regulator, trades union and intermediaries to showcase good health and safety practice through lectures, seminars, exhibitions, panel discussions, surgeries and workshops.

Event details: 

http://www.hseconnect2019.co.uk/about 

 

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