British Occupational Hygiene Society

Established in 1953, the British Occupational Hygiene Society's aim is to help to reduce work-related ill-health. They do this by promoting public and professional awareness, good practice and standards, and by researching and advancing education in the science of occupational health and hygiene.

Suite 2
Georgian House
Great Northern Road
Derby
DE1 1LT
UK
Website: www.bohs.org/
Tel: 0332 298101

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Healthy workers in healthy working environments - your responsibility as a manager 2002 Amber
Manager's guide to control of hazardous substances - with 21 case studies 1996 Red
Managing a healthier workplace 2004 Amber
Working for a healthier workplace 2004 Amber
TGU 7 Controlling airborne contaminants in the workplace 1992 Red
TGU 15 Direct reading devices for airborne chemical contaminants 2001 Red

 

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