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— ISRP Spring Seminar
and AGM 30th March 2017

The ISRP Spring Seminar and AGM was held at the Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland on 30 March 2017.

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— Bob Bentley Bursaries 2016

The European Section of ISRP is offering one or more Bob Bentley Bursaries linked to the ISRP 18th International Conference in Yokohama, Japan 7th to 11th November 2016. Recipients will be required to attend the conference and to present a paper.

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— UPDATED: Spring Seminar and AGM
Kortrijk, Belgium
20th-21st April 2016

Photo: © vzw Tourism Kortrijk

The ISRP Spring Seminar and AGM is taking place in Kortrijk, Belgium on 20th-21st April 2016. The theme will be Filtration in Respiratory Protection. A coach tour of WWI Ypres Battlefields is included in the seminar fee.

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Seminar and AGM Agenda

Proposal for Committee Member Position

— NOW AVAILABLE: papers from the Winter meeting in Delft, November 2015 View the presentations from our Reports page
— ISRP Europe signs up as supporter of the Breathe Freely campaign

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On 28th April, 2015, ISRP President Mike Clayton joined over 140 invited guests gathered at the Merchant Taylor’s Hall in London for the launch of British Occupational Hygiene Society's Breathe Freely campaign. Those present were representing construction companies, trade associations, professional bodies, unions the media and he occupational hygiene community.

The campaign aims to reduce the incidence of lung disease amongst construction workers. The tremendous turnout for the launch and the positive atmosphere in the room is a clear indication that there is growing awareness of the urgent need for a stronger focus on health within the industry. Click HERE to see the PowerPoint presentation from the event (3 Mb).

This campaign aims to not only raise awareness that there is a problem which needs addressing, but also, provide the solutions. At the heart of the initiative is the Health in Industry standard which is a tool to help construction managers to understand how to control health risks properly. Speakers at the event included Professor David Fishwick, Consultant Respiratory Physician at the Centre for Workplace Health, Health & Safety Laboratory, UK. David gave a poignant talk about the nature of lung disease and how they manifest themselves. He left the audience with this message ‘You only have two lungs – look after them’. David’s slides include a clip from an interview with an ex-welder who contracted asthma through his work – an emotional insight which brings home what this campaign is all about – preventing others from suffering in this way.

Clive Johnson is Group Head of Health and Safety with Land Securities. As a campaign Partner, Land Securities have been instrumental in bringing this campaign to fruition and Clive Johnson talked about his personal passion now for improving standards in health within the sector.

The ISRP have signed up as a supporter for the campaign.

Click HERE for more details of the Breathe Freely campaign

— European Section Spring Seminar and AGM 2015

Spring meeting over

Hemel Hempstead

(Picture: "Old Town Hemel Hempstead" by Winstainforth at the English language Wikipedia [GFDL ( or CC-BY-SA-3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons)

For some pictures and a presentation from the event, see our Events page go there

— Prague conference NOW OVER

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The Prague 2014 Conference is over, but some material is still available from the Prague website. Check out pictures, papers and wrap-up. go there

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