April 1-7 is the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization's (ADAO) Global Asbestos Awareness Week (GAAW). The first week in April is designated to increasing awareness of asbestos and preventing exposure by bringing experts and victim to share, learn, and take action.
The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) has been dedicated to spreading asbestos awareness for over a decade. As we continue spreading asbestos awareness with them during Global Asbestos Awareness Week 2016, we can think of countless reasons to ban asbestos completely, all over the world.
One of the main goals here at Asbestos Network is to spread asbestos awareness. We believe more attention needs to be paid to this deadly carcinogen and the people it affects. That is why we are happy to embrace Global Asbestos Awareness Week (GAAW) in 2016.
Victims of asbestos exposure often think they are alone in their struggle, but they could not be further from the truth! There are many different types of individuals that have been affected by asbestos in different ways, and we think they deserve to be heard.
If you find yourself near Omaha, Nebraska this September, don't miss the Jammin' for Asbestos Awareness Concert! Sponsored by the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) in conjunction with the Bob Rahe Family, this concert will take place on September 26, National Mesothelioma Awareness Day.
In 1996, Swiss billionaire Stephan Schmidheiny was awarded an honorary degree from Yale University in the United States for being "one of the world's most environmentally conscious business leaders." Less than a decade later, this leader in environmental consciousness was found guilty in the deaths of over 2,000 Italian residents.