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Hearing loss from noise exposure is a common condition associated with work in the construction industry. But how do employers spot the signs and what can be done about them?

We’ve added a page to our website on this topic, helping your clients to understand what assessments they need to arrange.

Visit The People's Health site to read more


People's Health – latest developments

The build of the scheme and the system it’ll run on are going well, and we’ve made good progress this month.

Some companies have had an opportunity to see a sneak preview of the system and what the sign-up process could look like.

The feedback we’ve received has continued to be positive and we’re feeding all comments and suggestions back into the development programme.


Margaret Grahamslaw joins CIP (Construction Industry Publications) panel

Our own Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Margaret Grahamslaw, has joined the CIP on their construction industry publications panel.

CIP create and publish the Health & Safety and Environment manuals for the industry, and this is a fantastic opportunity for us to help shape its future content and ensure it reflects what the construction industry’s approach to occupational health should be.

Fancy a read? Visit the Construction Industry Publications website


People’s Health becomes a corporate sponsor of SOM (the Society of Occupational Medicine)

We’re proud to announce that recently, People’s Health has become a corporate sponsor of SOM, the UK organisation for all healthcare professionals working in or with an interest in occupational health.

This partnership will help us work in the right way with occupational health professionals as we develop the People’s Health scheme.

Visit the SOM website for lots of great resources


Raising awareness of occupational health in construction

We were privileged to speak recently at two federation events about the issues of occupational health in construction.

The NFB’s Heritage Event at the Tower of London, and SBF’s Annual Conference in Glasgow provided great opportunities to talk about the role we’re playing to improve occupational health.

Pictures and a round up of both events can be found on Twitter.

SBF Conference 2019

NFB Heritage Event 2019


We’re awarding funding to improve health and safety in construction – Mowlem Award applications now open

Do you know of a UK-based non-government organisation that’s working on a project to deliver great things in the training and/or the promotion of health and safety in construction?

They could apply for a £20,000 grant from B&CE’s Charitable Trust. Applications for the annual Mowlem Award are open until Monday 15 April.

Find out more and watch our short video

Hear from last year’s winners, Mates in Mind


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