Challenges implementing LEV in Developing Countries

Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB) is an international organisation of occupational hygienists and other occupational health professionals dedicated to providing technical assistance,  training and skills development to workers in developing economies to help them to develop the capacity and local infrastructure to manage and improve health conditions in their workplaces. I’ve been involved with theContinue reading “Challenges implementing LEV in Developing Countries”

Occupational lung disease in the UK – a continuing challenge

Last week I was up in Glasgow for the annual BOHS Conference. As usual, there were lots of good interesting Keynotes, workshops and technical sessions. And there were plenty of opportunities for networking – and some fun too. One of the highlights for me was the very first session, the Warner lecture, which this yearContinue reading “Occupational lung disease in the UK – a continuing challenge”