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November 2005

Dear Advertiser,

SHP Focus Feature on Hazardous Substances, November 2005.
As a regular advertiser in SHP magazine, you will be familiar with the quality of our editorial and the breadth and professionalism of our readership. With a market-leading circulation of more than 29,000 SHP reaches the audience you need to target.

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In November 2005, our special feature subject is Hazardous Substances. We will bbe looking at how certain chemicals, dust and metals can cause significant health problems if not dealt with properly. The November issue offers you a chance to advertise alongside these special features, or any of the other features on other important areas of concern in the health and safety practitioner.

You will find below a full list of features for the forthcoming November issue. Please do not hesitate to get in contact if you spot a relevant opportunity.

  Special feature - hazardous substances:

1. Hazardous fumes & dusts: what they are, how they arise, and what can and should be done about them (Possible product areas of interest: fume cupboards, gas detection, ventilation equipment, etc.)

2. The importance of wearing protective clothing in the nuclear industry. (Possible product areas of interest: protective clothing and work wear)

3. Dealing with asbestos - duties and compliance. (Possible product areas of interest: Protective clothing. RPE, Asbestos surveying & removal services, awareness training)

  Other features:

4. The Worker Involvement in Safety and Health (WISH) management model.

5. Building design and human factors - how people use/operate in buildings, in relation to issues like lighting, ventilation etc.

6. A round up of all the best seminars and happenings at the recent World Congress/NSC conference in Orlando.

If you would like to know more about any of these features and want to discuss any further marketing possibilities for the November issue, please feel free to get in contact and ask any questions you may have.

Best Regards,

David Bishop
T: 0207 921 8049

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