Breathe Freely
Australia
Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists Chartered Society for Work Health Protection
Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists and The Chartered Society for Worker Health Protection

Controlling exposures in
CONSTRUCTION

Construction workers are at a high risk of contracting lung disease. Exposure sources include asbestos, silica dust and welding fume.

Controlling exposures in
WELDING

Welders are exposed to metal
fume and gases which can potentially cause lung diseases
and cancer.

Controlling exposures in
ENGINEERED STONE

Engineered stone workers are at high risk of acute and chronic silicosis if dust controls are not appropriate.

Controlling exposures in
MINING

Silicosis has made a re-occurrence in miners resulting in greater focus on controlling exposures and medical surveillance.

HI Management
Standard

The Health in Industry Management (HI) Standard self-assessment tool will help you to identify strengths & weaknesses, set priorities & develop action plans to help you to better manage workplace health risks.

Find an
Occupational Hygienist

Search the the AIOH Occupational Hygiene Consultants listing.

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We are bringing the Breathe Freely Australia (BFA) Silica + Construction roadshow to Western Australia in November 2019.

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P A R T N E R S

 
Safety Regulation Group
WorkSafe WA
DNRME – Queensland Department of Natural Resources Mines and Energy
Master Builders WA
QLD CFMEU Mining Division