Greater Manchester Hazards Centre is part of a national network called the Hazards Campaign set up in 1988, drawing together Hazards Centres, Occupational Health Advisory Services, safety reps, Trade Unions, specific campaigns, victims support groups and safety activists. Specific campaign groups include the Construction Safety Campaign, FACK, asbestos victims and RSI support groups and Hazards Magazine.
The Hazards Campaign works by sharing information and skills, campaigning on specific issues, acting as a national voice, issuing press releases, holding conferences and meetings, establishing national initiatives, including Workers Memorial Day (link with events page); lobbying MPs, MEPS, the government and statutory bodies like the HSE. The Campaign organises the annual Hazards Conference and holds quarterly meetings, open to anyone sharing the aims of the campaign which are published in the Hazards Charter which are our demands on the Government.
View our Hazards Charter