The British Occupational Hygiene Society - works to achieve a healthy working environment for everyone. Occupational hygiene is the scientific discipline concerned with recognising, evaluating and controlling workplace health risks. Occupational hygienists use science and engineering to develop cost-effective solutions to control both obvious and hidden risks to health.
If you have an interest in worker health protection and would like to find out more about, or get involved with, BOHS, please click on the links below:
Membership is for anyone with an interest in worker health protection and a healthier work environment. A wide range of benefits includes professional development opportunities and discount offers at conferences and events.
BOHS’ Faculty of Occupational Hygiene offers a range of UK and international qualifications and courses in occupational hygiene, and related subjects, that are recognised world-wide.
BOHS provides an exciting and varied schedule of events, which are available to everyone. These events are a great way of networking to make new contacts and increase your knowledge – with many events qualifying for CPD points.
As the leading authority in occupational disease prevention. BOHS can provide expertise in a number of areas, including: how to find an occupational hygienist; guidance for employers; guidance for occupational hygienists. BOHS also publishes a range of downloadable brochures and materials.
About BOHS Mini Brochure
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On 18 April 2017, organisations from across the UK infrastructure sector will take part in a national Stop. Make a Change event with sites, offices and production facilities putting work on hold to focus on how we can work together to build a healthier, safer industry. more>>
launched in early 2017 by the Health in Construction Leadership Group with the support of the British Safety Council. - It is sector-wide programme intended to help improve and promote positive mental health across the construction industry in the UK. more>>
A campaign from HSE protecting people by managing risk in a proportionate and effective way, supporting innovation and increasing productivity.
HSE is seeking to influence the system through the Help Great Britain work well strategy. more>>
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