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More photos from the fabulous #asbestos museum. One is self explanatory the other is Crocidolite (blue) in the state in which it is mined. Each bundle is 100’s of thousands of smaller fibres


HSE launches campaign to combat serious aches, pains and strains in construction https://press.hse.gov.uk/2022/09/27/hse-launches-campaign-to-combat-serious-aches-pains-and-strains-in-construction/

We just love the brand new issue of the @burnleycouk magazine! 😍

Spotted our feature on page 87? πŸ‘€

Give us a call on 01282 940 095 to learn more about our range of impressive spaces!


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HSE specialists are speaking @UK_CW @thenec today. The presentation on β€˜Doing health differently' will cover the risks linked to moving and handling materials as well as work-related stress. https://workright.campaign.gov.uk/hse-launches-your-health-your-future-construction-campaign/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=construction-manhan-22&utm_term=workright&utm_content=news-article #WorkRight #WorkingMinds

You can now register for HSE’s free and interactive Health and Work Conference - put the date in your calendar.
πŸ“† Tuesday 15 November 2022 from 9pm to 3.15pm
Register here: Health & Work Conference 2022 (http://healthandworkconference.co.uk)

We have refreshed our silica guidance for #foundries to highlight the established controls required for respirable crystalline #silica (RCS) dust. Check your business is using the correct control measures.

Learn more: https://workright.campaign.gov.uk/campaigns/silica/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=silica-inspections-22&utm_term=workright&utm_content=silica-homepage #WorkRight

Thanks you to @CECANational (Civil Engineering Contractors Association) for supporting our 'Your Health. Your Future' campaign, launched to combat serious aches, pains and strains in construction.
More on staying safe when moving and handling materials: http://ow.ly/kKjq50KYzaV

Exposure to silica dust can cause serious health problems. By breathing it in, you could develop irreversible lung disease. Learn more about silica in manufacturing and how to control exposure: https://workright.campaign.gov.uk/silica-in-manufacturing/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=silica-inspections-22&utm_term=workright&utm_content=silica-news-article #WorkRight

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