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President of the Society of Occupational Medicine Dr Richard Heron believes taking care of older workers will be a key for future businesses.
Poster session presented at: Society of Occupational Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting 2010; 2010 Jun 6-9; Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Society of Occupational Medicine is also urging the workforce to cover up as research has found skin cancer in construction workers could be as common as asbestos-related disease.
Howard Vaile, Chairman of the BMA's Occupational Health Committee, said: ``This guidance was the culmination of many months work by the Department of Health, the British Medical Association's Occupational Health and General Practitioners Committee, the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, the Society of Occupational Medicine, the Royal College of General Practitioners, the Association of National Health Occupational Physicians and the Royal College of Nursing.
Journal of the Society of Occupational Medicine, 31, 134-138.
Dr John Challenor, of the Society of Occupational Medicine, said: "This study confirms what we know - that work/life balance plays a vital role in well being.