British Occupational Hygiene Society

The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS), whose vision is a healthy working environment for everyone, was established as a charity in 1953 to reduce work-related ill-health, and makes a distinct and valuable contribution to preventing ill-health in the workplace. BOHS is both a learned society, publishing the world-renowned, scientific, peer-reviewed journal, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, and the only professional society representing qualified occupational hygienists in the UK. The Society supports, develops and connects its members with resources, guidance, events and training, and encourages new members. Its Faculty of Occupational Hygiene sets professional standards and is the only UK examining board for qualifications in occupational hygiene which are recognised internationally.

BOHS is the only UK based organisation that:

  • brings together everyone involved in the science and practical application of occupational hygiene
  • champions and facilitates the development of professional competency
  • promotes the science and practice of occupational hygiene worldwide

Read more about British Occupational Hygiene Society:  Occupational Hygiene, Structure, Faculty of Occupational Hygiene, Affiliations, Publications, Awards

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British Occupational Hygiene Society - Awards
... Named for the society's first president and instituted initially in 1978, the prize is given to the best paper in the Annals of Occupational Hygiene and includes a £500 ... the Peter Isaac Award is given each year to honor an occupational hygienist for valuable contributions workplace health ... in 1978, named after the first President of BOHS, Thomas Bedford CBE, and is the Society’s prime honour ...

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