After nearly 10 years of nurturing, supporting and developing the IOM Singapore business, the decision has been made for it to operate independently and under the new identity of Institute of Ergonomics and Hygiene (IEH). This change will take effect from 1st December 2021. The IOM Singapore management team will stay with the business and lead the IEH into the future.
The move benefits both businesses, allowing them to succeed in their own right as each pursues a similar but not identical path. Allowing them to act and develop in different ways to focus on purpose and deliver excellent service to clients and partners. For any questions, please get in touch with your IOM contact or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
IOM's Damien McElvenny has been involved in a study around player safety in rugby. The study found no overall link between concussion, length of career and cognitive function in retired male elite rugby players aged 50+. Read more.
Article from a former pupil on the IOM sponsored MSc programme in Occupational Hygiene
Professor John Cherrie, Principal Scientist at IOM, has co-authored a paper on ‘The Development of a Covid-19 Control Measures Risk Matrix for Occupational Hygiene Protective Measures’.
Dr Karen Galea, Head of Workplace Exposure Science at IOM, has co-authored a paper on the “HBM4EU chromates study - overall results and recommendations for the biomonitoring of occupational exposure to hexavalent chromium.”
IOM is proud to be sponsoring the Particles and Health conference, a two day event designed for regulators and researchers to:
For more information and tickets please visit the Particles and Health website here.