Occupational Hygiene at the Olympic Park and Athletes’ Village: Can workplace health management be cost effective?

Claire Tyres, Stefan Speckesser, Ben Hicks, Karen Baxter, Melodie Gilbert, Eric Ball

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Abstract

This project was commissioned by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and conducted by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) with the support of the occupational hygienists from Park and Village Health. These occupational hygienists worked as part of a multi‐disciplinary team providing Occupational Health support during the construction of the Olympic Park and Athletes’ Village.  A more extensive report is available as the result of a joint ODA  and Health and Safety Executive (HSE) funded project to evaluate the service (HSE Research Report 921). This provides further details on the approach to occupational health taken on the Park and  Village and an assessment of the economic returns from the  clinical elements of the service. 
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInstitute for Employment Studies
Number of pages90
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameResearch Report
PublisherInstitute for Employment Studies
No.497

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    Tyres, C., Speckesser, S., Hicks, B., Baxter, K., Gilbert, M., & Ball, E. (2012). Occupational Hygiene at the Olympic Park and Athletes’ Village: Can workplace health management be cost effective? (Research Report; No. 497). Institute for Employment Studies.