FOR HEALTHY, RESILIENT
FREE FROM TUBERCULOSIS
SIX REASONS TO TACKLE TUBERCULOSIS IN THE WORKPLACE
PROTECT AGAINST RISK
Research suggests that even one case of TB could result in up to 50% of your workforce being infected.
Relatively simple, low-cost interventions have been found to reduce the spread of respiratory diseases in the workplace by 99%.
TB is a lethal respiratory pathogen and shares many symptoms and testing procedures with COVID-19. A strong workplace health system can help protect your workforce from the impact of diseases.
Workplaces with strong health benefits are attractive to employees, and healthy supply chains matter to customers and investors.
Ending Workplace TB (EWTB) is a unique collaboration of private sector leaders and international technical agencies dedicated to improving the health of their workforces. To find out more or to join us, use the form below.
ENDING TB IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS
TB has killed more people than any other infectious disease in the last decade. We believe the private sector can play a defining role in overcoming the disease by leveraging the untapped potential of businesses around the world. With your help, we can reach millions of workers and their communities, and drive new progress in the highest-burden areas.
We also believe that efforts to tackle TB are good for businesses. Our business case draws together the best research explaining why investing in tackling respiratory diseases in the workplace can save money and lives. Download it here.
We have also developed resources to help employers calculate the potential costs of TB in their workforces. Contact us on to find out more.
HELPING BUILD HEALTHIER WORKPLACES
We have drawn together a series of "implementation guides" to help companies strengthen their workplace health programmes, with a specific focus on TB and other lethal respiratory pathogens.
By taking relatively simple steps, companies can have a huge impact on the spread of disease in their workplace and the health of their workforce. Our interventions can be added into existing programmes, or be the foundation of a new approach to workplace health.