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


The Breathe Freely Australia program is a aimed at preventing occupational lung disease and protecting worker health through improving awareness of hazards and safe work practices. It is a collaborative approach with a variety of different stakeholders who can influence and make a difference to workers and the workplace.

You are invited to be part of this exciting program by making your contributions through either being a Partner, Sponsor or Supporter. The following helps better understand the different categories.




Partners are those organisations which are instrumental in the planning and delivery of the Breathe Freely Australia program and events. Partners generally fall into the categories of Federal organisations, State Government Workcover or Workplace Health and Safety organisations, State Mining organisations, professional occupational health organisations, Union organisations and Industry/Employer organisations.

Current Breathe Freely Australia partners.


SafeWork SA
WorkSafe ACT
Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia
Civil Contractors Federation Victoria
Weld Australia
Safety Regulation Group
WorkSafe WA
DNRME – Queensland Department of Natural Resources Mines and Energy
Master Builders WA
QLD CFMEU Mining Division



Sponsors are organisations that will provide funding and support the development of new materials and the delivery of public events. They have been engaged so far in sponsoring roadshows and there are a variety of sponsorship opportunities. If you are interested in funding some of our Breathe Freely  Australia activities please email us on  or contact the AIOH office, 03 9388 1635.



Red Ohms Group
Field HSE
5 Sticks Consulting
Dynamic Engineering
Kenelec Scientific



The Breathe Freely Australia campaign is an exciting opportunity for the AIOH and we want to encourage people and organisations spread the word. The Breathe Freely Australia Supporter logo can be used by AIOH members, service organisations as well as operational organisations that committed to improving OHS and protecting worker health.

Organisations with an ABN and a commitment to the Breathe Freely Australia objectives are invited to apply for Breathe Freely Australia Supporter status.  This would involve an exchange of logos between Breathe Freely Australia and the applicant organisation. There are no costs attached to this.

If granted, the Breathe Freely Australia logo, accompanied by the words Breathe Freely Australia Supporter could then be used on the organisation’s communication material, for example underneath letterheads or under signatures.

In return, Breathe Freely Australia will acknowledge the support of the applicant organisation by carrying their logo on the Breathe Freely Australia website, and on communication material, where appropriate.

Below are explanations of our two Supporter categories

Service Organisations or Individuals

This category would suit an organisation or an individual who provides services to protect workers’ health such as:

  • Suppliers of engineering solutions
  • Suppliers of PPE
  • Suppliers of air monitoring equipment
  • Providers of management advice or consultancy services on workplace air quality matters.

You are invited to download the form titled Service Organisations and Individuals, and complete and return to

Operational Organisations

This would suit an organisation which has operations where the work can generate atmospheric contaminants (e.g. welding, sawing, cutting, drilling, pressurised spraying) or any industrial activity with potential to put chemical agents into the breathing zone of operators or by-standers.

The Breathe Freely Australia Supporters Pledge is a certificate you can also display in your workplaces which shows your commitment to actively protecting worker’s health from dust diseases.

You are invited to download the form titled Operational Organisations, and complete with details of the awareness and safe work practices you have implemented.

For further information, please contact  or contact the AIOH office, 03 9388 1635.