We are one of the longest-established independent occupational and environmental health research institutes in the world. We put science into practice to help you to protect your employees from workplace risks.
IOM provides an independent review of the scientific evidence concerning the transmission of COVID-19 and its implications for the entertainment industry, including in particular performers, nightclubs and festivals.
IOM project for EU OSHA; Advice for employers on supporting workers with musculoskeletal disorders.
The Risk Observatory of EU OSHA has published the report of a study lead by a team from the IOM. Preventing work-related MSDs: lessons learned from research and good practice.
An IOM co-authored paper; Air pollution is a major health problem and children are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects. Facemasks are one form of protection but, to be effective, they need to filter out airborne pollutants, fit the face well and be wearable.Featured: Dr Karen Galea
NanoTox 2021 is taking place from 20th – 22nd April 2021 in Edinburgh, UK and is a conference aimed at personnel from research and academic institutions as well as from industry, governmental agencies, and other relevant organisations interested in:
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.
We have established a unique position as a trusted voice valued by Industry, Government, Academia and the wider public at the centre of science, business and policy-making. This consistency of approach has been our hallmark over our 50 years.
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