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Correspondence and papers from the TUC. Includes:

  • press releases and newsletters on asbestos
  • evaluation of Health and Safety Executive’s asbestos awareness campaign, 1996
  • report on seminar on synthetic mineral fibres held at Health and Safety Executive, 1997
  • briefing re Workers’ Memorial Day, 2001
  • 'Asbestos. Survey and manage asbestos in buildings now. No hiding place.'. Hazards Campaign/TUC guide, c. 2002.

British Asbestos newsletter

The British Asbestos newsletter was a quarterly publication distributed worldwide to solicitors, victim support groups, academics, medical personnel and research bodies. It was founded and co-ordinated by Laurie Kazan-Allen, coordinator of the International Ban Asbestos Secretariat.

Tyneside Occupational Health Project

Letters to Dalton from Bill Lawrence, Tyneside Occupational Health Project. Includes:

  • papers on state benefits for asbestos disease, 2000, 2002
  • letter from Lawrence to Stephen Byres, MP, on liquidation of Iron Trades Employers Association, January 2001
  • correspondence and papers on new drug treatments for mesothelioma, 2002
  • Trade Union Studies Information Unit Health & Safety News, 2002

Clydeside Action on Asbestos

  • Correspondence and papers on John Macpherson, Glasgow shipyard worker who won compensation case in 1985 against Alexander Stephen and Sons and Upper Clyde Shipbuilders for exposure to asbestos
  • ‘Clydeside Action on Asbestos: aims and outline’ booklet, 1992

Geoffrey Tweedale

Correspondence between Dalton and Geoffrey Tweedale, Manchester Metropolitan University. Includes:

  • correspondence, February 1999, about Tweedale’s book ‘Magic Mineral to Killer Dust: Turner & Newall and the Asbestos Hazard’ including copy of last two chapters of book annotated by Dalton. Also, explanation by Dalton of what triggered his own interest in asbestos.
  • article by Geoffrey Tweedale on the Asbestos Research Council, 2000

Tweedale, Geoffrey, b. 1951, business historian

Jim Burns

Proofs for book on asbestos entitled ‘We Die as Best We Can’ by Jim Burns.

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