June/July 2012 (vol. 09/1)
A shipbuilding and occupational health legacy
In the centenary year of the Titanic’s maiden voyage, Ken Addley and Paul McKeagney examine the occupational health legacy of Belfast’s shipbuilding industry.
TheRoyal Mail Ship Titanic is the most famous ship to have been built in the Harland and Wolff Shipyard (H&W) in Belfast and has been immortalised in many books, films and other media. This article coincides …
Prof Ken Addley is director of the Northern Ireland Civil Service Occupational Health Service.
Dr Paul McKeagney is consultant chest physician in the Department of Respiratory Medicine, Belfast City Hospital
Author: Addley K, McKeagney P
Occupational Health at Work June/July 2012 (vol. 09/1) pp17-21