IOSH's No Time to Lose campaign

Cancer caused by work kills 666,000 a year globally. IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign is raising awareness of work cancer and helping businesses take action. Check out our new guidance and information on sun exposure. http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/
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20 to 30 per cent of men and 5 to 20 per cent of women could have been exposed to a lung cancer through work. Please follow our campaign. http://bit.ly/1AgXZ6k

20 to 30 per cent of men and 5 to 20 per cent of women could have been exposed to a lung cancer through work. Please follow our campaign. http://bit.ly/1AgXZ6k

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Work-caused cancer in the UK: the big picture. Please share and help us raise awareness of this problem. http://bit.ly/1yQSCqR

Work-caused cancer in the UK: the big picture. Please share and help us raise awareness of this problem. http://bit.ly/1yQSCqR

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Take a look at our infographic to get an idea of the scale of occupational cancer in just one year.

Take a look at our infographic to get an idea of the scale of occupational cancer in just one year.

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Have you signed up to our pledge yet? Please do and help prevent workplace cancer. Thank you. bit.ly/1w8tuwC

Have you signed up to our pledge yet? Please do and help prevent workplace cancer. Thank you. bit.ly/1w8tuwC

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IOSH launched No Time to Lose, a major new campaign, on 03 November 2014 at an event hosted by Andrew George MP at the House of Commons.

IOSH launched No Time to Lose, a major new campaign, on 03 November 2014 at an event hosted by Andrew George MP at the House of Commons.

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Sarah-Jane’s father Ron died from acute myeloid leukaemia as a result of being exposed to benzene, a substance he worked with as a carpenter and woodworker.

Sarah-Jane’s father Ron died from acute myeloid leukaemia as a result of being exposed to benzene, a substance he worked with as a carpenter and woodworker.

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Across the EU, 1 in 5 workers faces an occupational cancer risk. Across the world, the number of people dying from a work-caused cancer far outstrips those dying due to work accidents. It’s estimated that at least 666,000 people die worldwide every year.

Across the EU, 1 in 5 workers faces an occupational cancer risk. Across the world, the number of people dying from a work-caused cancer far outstrips those dying due to work accidents. It’s estimated that at least 666,000 people die worldwide every year.

As part of IOSH's No Time to Lose campaign, Jane White talks about diesel exhaust fumes, causes and safeguards for those working in close proximity.

As part of IOSH's No Time to Lose campaign, Jane White talks about diesel exhaust fumes, causes and safeguards for those working in close proximity.

Join us and support IOSH's No Time to Lose campaign to raise awareness of occupational cancers.

Join us and support IOSH's No Time to Lose campaign to raise awareness of occupational cancers.

Hear Dr Lesley Rushton on work-related cancer in the UK, meet some of the people affected by carcinogenic exposures, and find out what IOSH is calling for as part of the No Time to Lose campaign.

Hear Dr Lesley Rushton on work-related cancer in the UK, meet some of the people affected by carcinogenic exposures, and find out what IOSH is calling for as part of the No Time to Lose campaign.

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