Employees undergoing cancer treatment require individually-tailored approaches to help them remain in work or return to their job, says newly-published guidance.
Industry leaders, academics and safety and health experts today committed to a 12-month plan of action to tackle one of the enduring threats to people’s health at work.
New resources to help raise awareness of occupational cancers in Bulgaria have been launched through IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign.
An international conference is to raise awareness of occupational cancers across the Balkans region with the support of IOSH.
House-building company Berkeley Homes (South East London) Ltd has become one of the latest supporters of an international campaign to raise awareness of work-related cancers.
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