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Racing’s Occupational Health Service Receives National Launch

Racing’s Occupational Health Service, operated by Racing Welfare, receives its national launch on Monday 3rd September 2018.  The service offers a framework for the management of the physical and mental wellbeing of all those working in the racing and Thoroughbred breeding industries. The overriding aim of the service is to prevent and treat work related illness and injury.  It will also work to promote the safety, health and wellbeing of British horseracing’s workforce.

‘Be Friendly’ – Racing Welfare’s telephone befriending service has launched

Racing Welfare has launched a telephone befriending service for vulnerable, lonely or isolated people from the horseracing industry with the aim of reducing and preventing loneliness and social isolation. The service has been named ‘Be Friendly’ after the dual Haydock Sprint Cup winner owned by Sir Peter O’Sullevan, a longstanding supporter of the charity.