The Hazards Campaign
Calendar of events
Hazards Campaign list of events
28th International Workers Memorial Day
9th to 11th Hazards 2101 Conference at the University Of Keele
27th to 28th National Work-Stress Network Conference Stress Prevention to secure an effective workplace, Saturday, November 27th 9.45 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. and 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Sunday, 28th, 2010 . Hillscourt Conference Centre, Rednal, Nr Birmingham Courtesy of NASUWT. Bookings can now be received to take advantage of the Early Bird 10% discount. Further details and booking form [pdf]
Steering Committee Meetings of Interested Groups
UK NATIONAL WORKSTRESS NETWORK meets in Hillscourt Education Centre Rednal Birmingham 10 to 12:30 Scheduled 09/02/09, 0404/09, 04/07/09, 05/09/09.
WORK HAZARDS NETWORK meets usually twice a year in various European
countries. Next scheduled for UK details to follow.
Advice centres, victim support groups, local and national campaigns, other sources of information and support The Hazards Campaign is a national network established in 1988, financed by donations from supporting groups and individuals. It draws together hazards centres, occupational health projects, health and safety groups, safety reps networks and Trades Union Councils' Safety Committees, specific campaigns and individual health and safety activists. Specific campaign groups include the Construction Safety Campaign, bereaved relatives groups, asbestos support groups, RSI support groups, pesticide sufferers groups, campaigns against hazards affecting black and ethnic minority groups and toxic waste groups.
The campaign works
by: sharing information and skills; campaigning on specific issues; acting
as a national voice; issuing press releases; holding conferences; establishing
national initiatives, including Workers Memorial Day; lobbying MPs, MEPs
and statutory bodies. The Campaign organises the annual Hazards Conference
and holds meetings about five times a year which are open to anyone sharing
the aims of the campaign.
The Hazards Campaign,
c/o Greater Manchester Hazards Centre, Windrush Millennium Centre, 70
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