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Asbestos Awareness and Mesothelioma Support

Asbestos is still a very real threat to Australian lives. Reflections is a not-for-profit, REDUCING THE IMPACT of asbestos and BRINGING HOPE to people affected, by:
  • improving asbestos awareness and the ongoing risks of asbestos in our community
  • promoting education and training
  • providing mesothelioma support to people affected by asbestos-related diseases through care, advocacy and connection. Our team have lived experience of mesothelioma.
We're privileged to have a dedicated team, devoted to sharing their vision and passion, to (in the words of our Patron) "…make this cruel disease a thing of our past and not our future." We look forward to a future where "Lives are untouched by asbestos".

Established in 2015, Reflections is a not-for-profit
reducing the impact of Asbestos on the community

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    Asbestos Awareness

    Approximate number of Australian homes that are still likely to contain asbestos in some form

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    Recorded Cases Annually

    On average, one person dies every 12 hours in Australia from mesothelioma

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    Deaths Every Year

    It is estimated 4000 people die each year in Australia from past exposure to asbestos

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    Average Age At Exposure

    Typical age of first exposure to asbestos for recorded WA mesothelioma sufferers

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In the past, asbestos exposure was mostly an occupational problem. These days the people at most risk are home renovators and the next generation of tradies.

Reflections, in partnership with the Perth building and construction industry, is actively increasing awareness through events such as Steeltoes & Stilettos along with advocacy for improved training for people entering industries where asbestos was used. With the age of first exposure being 23 years of age, training and education for those most at risk is essential.

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