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Time to Breathe Campaign

Tuesday
12
Mar 2019
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8 Argyll Street
London
W1F 7LA

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British Safety Council is launching Time to Breathe, a UK-wide campaign to raise awareness of the risks to outdoor workers from air pollution. Outdoor workers can do a variety of jobs (newspaper sellers, lollipop people, road works, couriers etc), many of them on or near busy roads. Evidence shows that long-term exposure to pollutants can damage people’s health.

Canairy: British Safety Council launches pollution protection app for outdoor workers

As part of the campaign we are also launching Canairy, a mobile app that the British Safety Council has built with King’s College, London. It is a tool for London-based employers and workers to gather information to help reduce exposure of outdoor workers to poor quality air. It comes in both iOS and Android versions and is FREE to use. Please contact matthew.holder@britsafe.org to access Canairy.

What’s happening?

We are launching both Time to Breathe and Canairy in Oxford Circus on Tuesday 12 March 2019, 8.45am with about 100 volunteers, handing out leaflets and engaging with the public. To register your interest in attending the launch go to Time to Breathe web page or email timetobreathe@britsafe.org to find out more. 

 

Date and time: Tuesday 12th March 2019, 8.45-10.30am

Location: 8 Argyll Street, Oxford Circus, London W1F 7LA (Opposite London Palladium)

8.45am – Gather outside London Palladium to receive instructions, campaign hats and leaflets

9.00am – Divide into groups around Oxford Circus

9.15-10.15am – Move around Oxford Circus with banners and leaflets

10.15-10.30am - Finish

 

Enquiries

Contacttimetobreathe@britsafe.org

 You will be able to follow further developments at: www.britsafe.org/timetobreathe

 Please help us build awareness of the campaign by using the following hashtags:

 #timetobreathe

#canairy

#cleanairwork 

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