Our Scientists

Ken Dixon

Ken is an Information Scientist, who manages IOM Library and information resources. He undertakes literature searches to support work by IOM and others that addresses a wide range of human health issues in the workplace and wider environment. This work includes toxicological and human health research reviews to support the work of regulatory authorities or to assist industry and commerce in meeting its health, safety and environmental responsibilities, and information searches undertaken to support medico-legal expert witness work.

Contact Details:

Qualifications:

  • MA (Hons.) English Language and Literature
  • MA Information and Library Studies

Committee and Society Memberships:

  • Member (MCLIP) of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP)

Areas of Interest:

  • Information Management
  • Records Management
  • Knowledge Transfer

Selected Publications:

Cowie H, Crawford JO, Davis A, Steinle S, Reis S, Dixon K, Morris G, Hurley F. (2015). Air Quality, Health, Wellbeing and Behaviour.  Web published: Scotland’s Environment (IOM Report 601-00119). 

Crawford JO, Graveling RA, Cowie H, Dixon K, MacCalman L.  (2009).  The health, safety and promotion needs of older workers: an evidence based review and guidance.  Wigston: IOSH (Research Report 09.4). 

Crawford, JO, Davis, A., Cowie, H. Ritchie, P., Dixon K., Walker G. (2016). OSH knowledge and its management. Final Research report to IOSH. 

Crawford, JO, Davis A, Cowie, H, Dixon, K. (eds.  Graveling R,  Belin A,  Dupont C). (2016) The ageing workforce: implications for occupational safety and health - A research review. Bilbao: European Agency for Safety and Health. 

Crawford, JO, Davis, A, Cowie, H, Dixon, K. (eds. R Pederson R, Belin A.) (2016).Women and the ageing workforce: implications for occupational safety and health - A research review. Bilbao: European Agency for Safety and Health.