Occupational Hygiene News October 2020
This guide explains how you can talk to your workers about preventing coronavirus (COVID-19) in your workplace. It gives guidance on reducing the risks from coronavirus, for example by putting in place social distancing measures, staggering shifts and providing additional handwashing facilities.
The purpose of the matrix is to identify and outline the roles and the responsibilities of those involved in fire prevention on construction projects.
A new nanocatalyst that recycles major greenhouse gasses, such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4), into highly value-added hydrogen (H2) gas has been developed.
Up to 440,000 workers with health conditions that are worsened by air pollution are still being exposed to unhealthy levels of airborne hazards and pollution.
Lately, the world’s biggest threats have been microscopic in size. But just how small are the particles we’re currently battling? And how does their size compare to other tiny molecules?
Whenever muscle damage occurs – whether it’s the result of a work-related incident, heat exposure, overuse or other cause – rhabdomyolysis can follow.
The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) has written to MPs urging them to take action to prevent avoidable deaths and illness caused by exposure to respirable crystalline silica.