We are one of the longest-established independent occupational and environmental health research institutes in the world.
Policies to clean up air pollution in the UK over the past 40 years have led to significant reductions in human exposure to air pollution and associated mortality rates, a new study has found.
Featured: Prof Sotiris Vardoulakis
As part of IOM’s 50th-anniversary programme, a number of IOM staff attended the annual British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) conference OH2019 in Brighton, to highlight and celebrate the company's vital contributions to promoting healthier workplaces.
As part of IOM’s 50th celebration programme the UK & Ireland Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology and Exposure Science meetings were hosted in Edinburgh at the Surgeons' Hall Museums.
IOSH study measures UV exposure to outdoor workers the first time.Featured: Prof John Cherrie
Today the UK government has published a 'Review of interventions to improve outdoor air quality and public health.'Featured: Prof Sotiris Vardoulakis
Come and join us IOM in Bristol on 17th - 19th June 2019 at this key multi-disciplinary conference for Occupational Health professionals. Dr Damien McElvenny, Principle Epidemiologist at IOM and Professor John Cherrie, Senior Occupational Hygienist and Principal Scientist, will be presenting 'Brain Health of Former Professional Footballers' on Day 1 of the conference. Other sessions cover mental health, MSK issues, travel medicine, vocational rehabilitation, men’s health, workplace noise, fitness to drive, pilot health, military OH, the mental health of doctors, and much more.
Our purpose is to improve people’s health and safety at work, at home and in the environment through excellent independent science to create a healthy and sustainable world.
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