Wishing one and all a very Happy Christmas and all the very best for 2017. From all of us at Diamond
We have relocated our Chester office to Deeside Industrial Estate apart from the address all contact details remain the same.
Diamond has been providing Occupational Hygiene services for over 25 years to a wide variety of clients throughout the world. Some things have changed ( more grey hairs and wrinkles ) but not our aims to provide professional, helpful and friendly advice to all our clients. Long may it continue………
An article in BRITISH SAFETY COUNCIL SAFETY MANAGEMENT POST. Mike Slater of Diamond Environmental Ltd took part in a discussion on health risks in the construction industry to see an extract follow the link below:- A group of experts discuss the main health risks in the construction industry in the first of a two-part article. […]
The dates for Diamonds 2016 International Occupational Hygiene Modules have just been released. They can be found on our web site in the training section.
We are pleased to announce we will be running an additional BOHS Diploma revision/preparation course in the Autumn of 2015. The course is aimed at those individuals aiming to have fulfilled the prerequisites and intend to apply for both the written and oral Diploma BOHS examinations. For more information please contact Lynn Smith at our […]
BOHS in conjunction with their partners, HSE, Land Securies, Mace Construction and Constructing Better Health has launched breatherfreely – an initiative to raise awareness and improve the control of respiratory disease in the construction industry. See the resources available at www.breathefreely.org.uk. Diamond Environmental Ltd are supporting this initiative to raise the profile of HEALTH in […]
We hope you all had an great time and enjoyed the informative, diverse range of presentations.
http://www.ioha2015.org/ The combined BOHS and IOHA Scientific Conference will be happening from the 25th April 2015. We will be hosting an exhibition stand so come along and say hello. It can get lonely, not to mention boring, if no one stops by.
The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) has marked World Cancer Day by calling for far greater acknowledgement of the role of work-related factors in causing cancers, and warned that that neglecting to understand and control occupational exposures to carcinogens, by means of highly effective occupational hygiene solutions, threatens a bright future where cancer is largely […]