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BOHS appoints new president

The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) has appointed Mike Slater as its president.

Slater holds a degree in chemistry from the University of Liverpool, an MSc in environmental decision making from the Open University and the Diploma of Professional Competence in Occupational Hygiene from BOHS. He is a Chartered Fellow of the UK Faculty of ...
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