HSE Become a#DustBuster

Become a #DustBuster and show your support for our health campaign
Our inspectors will be visiting construction sites across Great Britain to see if businesses have measures in place to protect their workers’ lungs from the likes of asbestos, silica and wood dust. We will specifically be looking for evidence of construction workers knowing the risk, planning their work and using the right controls. Is your site ready for a health inspection?
Become a #DustBuster and show your support to the campaign by downloading our free selfie cards and sending us your photos via the #DustBuster and #WorkRight hashtags on Twitter at @H_S_E, or on Facebook via @hsegovuk and @SaferSites. We will retweet and repost the best ones so get involved!
I #WorkRight so I don’t die young
I #WorkRight so I don’t die young and miss out on my kids growing up
I #WorkRight because I want to enjoy my retirement
I #WorkRight because I want to look after my kids, not have them look after me
I #WorkRight so I don’t get occupational asthma and miss out on life
I #WorkRight so I can still play footy with my mates when I’m older
Notes to Editors:
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is Britain’s national regulator for workplace health and safety. We seek to prevent work-related death, injury and ill health through regulatory actions that range from influencing behaviours across whole industry sectors through to targeted interventions on individual businesses. These activities are supported by globally recognised scientific expertise.
Further information is available about the legislation referred to in this case .