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B&CE, provider of the occupational health management system Constructing Better Health (CBH), has this week announced its plan to exit the occupational health market. 

The not-for-profit organisation paused the build of a new, replacement system last year, to re-as...

In light of the challenges posed by the current COVID-19 crisis, it is expected that workplace mental health issues, already a pervasive challenge, will be heavily impacted. 

Mates in Mind and Tideway are pleased to be offering a number of free online mental health work...

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The UK government has published a ‘support finder’ tool to help businesses and self-employed people across the UK to quickly and easily determine what financial support is available to them during the coronavirus pandemic. The finder tool asks bu...


Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 18-24 May, and aims to get people talking about their mental health and reduce the stigma that can stop people from asking for help.

The theme this year is ‘Kindness’.


We clearly find ourselves in unprecedented times as an industry, with the situation changing rapidly in terms of information coming from Government about what individuals and businesses are being required to do to help get the situation under control.

We are following u...

The HCLG is pleased to support a report from the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Respiratory Health's which urges the Government to take action to prevent the ‘next asbestos’ from taking more lives in the UK. 

The APPG and B&CE’s joint repor...

As we start the new year, we are pleased to bring you our first update of 2020, with a focus on what you told us in your responses to our feedback survey last year.
Many thanks to all those who completed the survey and expressed views about the potential future direc...

This IOSH study focuses on how building designs can be modified to be safer to build while still retaining their design, this practice is defined as Designing for OSH (DfOSH). In this particular field many designers do not have the construction knowledge needed to unde...

We are pleased to share our latest newsletter with updates and industry news. Most importantly, we are keen to hear your views, so the first item is a survey which we would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete. 

Newsletter contents:

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During mid-June to mid-July, HSE’s campaign activity will once more include a focus on health in the construction industry, with an emphasis on lung disease – in particular where lung disease has been caused by exposure to asbestos and dust.

Why the Construction Industr...

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