Founded in 1969, the Institute of Occupational Medicine is been an independent research, consulting and services organisation providing independent work in the fields of workplace and environmental health improvements. We work in collaboration with institutes and universities around the world on funded research and scientific projects with a multi-disciplinary approach and particular expertise in workplace health, environmental exposure and nanomaterial safety all to the fore.
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Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
Established as a Centre of Excellence in nanomaterial and nanotechnology research in 2006, SAFENANO contributes to international research, consulting and policy development in emerging technology related to nanoparticles, with operations based out of IOM in the UK and in Singapore.
"Institution of Occupational Safety and Health is the world's largest professional health and safety membership organisation and the voice of the profession, campaigning on issues that affect millions of working people. evidence-based research, reviews and commentaries on the health impacts of all types of workplace hazards and environmental contaminants.
ICOH 2018 will be held in Dublin and the conference team will be available to showcase this next major conference of relevance to our delegates. Conference dates are 29th April - 4th May 2018.
Healthy Working Lives
Healthy Working Lives Group, University of Glasgow. The Healthy Working Lives Group was established by Professor Ewan Macdonald who also developed the Healthy Working Lives paradigm – a functional definition of health, which was adopted by the Scottish Government in its strategy for improving the health of the working age population.
The Group aim to improve the well-being, maximise the potential and reduce health inequalities of the working age population through cutting-edge, policy informing research structured around health promotion, health protection, rehabilitation, employability and lifelong learning.