Occupational Hygiene Newsround
MSD 'Lighten the Load' - Priority areas:
(facts & figures)
Controlling exposures to prevent occupational lung disease in construction
COVID-19 Indoor Safety Guideline
COVID-19) related deaths by occupation, England and Wales: deaths registered
9 March to 28 Dec 2020
Smart watches can detect symptoms of COVID-19 before wearer knows they are infected
What is vibration white finger?
Coronavirus: Concerns over bosses breaking Covid safety rules
Risk assessment and outside work in cold weather
Disinfecting using fog, mist and other systems during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
BOHS issues guidance on COVID-19 mutations
Consigning poor health & safety to dust
Community face coverings specification:
The new specification is designed to help UK manufacturers, testing houses, retailers and consumers to ensure single use and re-usable face coverings are safe and fit for purpose.
Tackling work-related stress using the Management Standards approach
Does coronavirus spread more easily in cold temperatures? Here’s what we know
Reducing the Risk of COVID-19 Using Engineering Controls:
AIHA Guidance Document
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How Can a Respiratory Patient Know When the Weather Is Dangerous for Him?
Working safely with nanomaterials: CPWR publishes new resources
X part-time firefighter secures pioneering treatment at home as asbestos cancer settlement
Prevention of musculoskeletal disorders in the construction sector
A Proactive Healthcare Approach to Manufacturing
Filtering Facepiece Respirators with an Exhalation Valve:
Measurements of filtration efficiency to evaluate their potential for source control.
Understanding the Difference (Surgical masks, N95 FFRs, and Elastomerics) (2019)
COVID-19 Building Ventilation Strategies
Five ways occupational health needs to scale up post pandemic
Construction workers to get rapid asymptomatic Covid testing
Droplets, Aerosols and COVID-19: Updating the Disease Transmission Paradigm
COVID-19 & Construction: Early lessons for a new normal?
Exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances:
Firefighters are exposed occupationally to many hazardous chemicals and as a result an alarming 70% of Fire-fighters are predicted to die of cancer eventually.
A guide for employers
BOHS Exposure Magazine
#6 Jan 2021
The UK have left the EU:
HSE Science and Evidence Research Summaries - Dec 2020
Protective Facemask Impact on Human Thermoregulation: An Overview
Risk Assessment (ECDC):
Risk related to spread of new SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern in the EU/EEA
Engineered nanoparticles at the workplace: current knowledge about workers’ risk
Avoiding animal experimentation with improved chemical risk assessment methods
Periodic table: scientists propose new way of ordering the elements
'Time to make a change': Over 40 people killed on farms in 2020
Making your workplace COVID-secure during the coronavirus pandemic
Breathe Freely in Manufacturing:
Why do welders need protecting?
UK approaches one million vaccinated as cases surge
Research reveals how airflow inside a car may affect COVID-19 transmission risk
Issue 5 2020: (BOHS)
COVID-19 and occupational risk:
The Office for National Statistics reported that there were 5,330 deaths involving COVID-19 in the working age population (aged 20 to 64 years) between 9 March and 30 June.
Contractors & Competence -
'Using Contractors' -
(HSE - brief guide)
BioErgo Surveillance: New Approaches for Total Worker Health
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