IOSH No Time to Lose campaign – spotlight on diesel engine exhaust fumes
IOSH No Time to Lose campaign: spotlight on diesel engine exhaust fumes
Diesel engine exhaust fumes have now been classified as a definite human carcinogen.
In Britain alone, more than 650 people a year die of lung or bladder cancer as a result of being exposed to diesel fumes at work.
Join the event to learn how to manage diesel fumes at work and to find out more about IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign which aims to get the causes of occupational cancer more widely understood and help businesses take action.
The presentation will cover:
- research into occupational cancer and diesel fumes
- what diesel fumes are
- how diesel fumes can cause cancer
- what employers can do to control exposure
- how employees can protect themselves
- the free practical resources to raise awareness of diesel fumes which have been developed as part of the No Time to Lose campaign
- how you can get involved in IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign to help prevent occupational cancer.