Occupational Health & Safety

The protection of the workforce is paramount. The ongoing discoveries of nanotechnology-based phenomena and effects and the identification of nanotechnologies as a Key Enabling Technology (KET) to innovation initiatives has led to an increased push to researching the technologies’ potential in providing solutions to current challenges in almost all industrial sectors. Some of these sectors are experienced with the use of potentially dangerous materials, intermediates and equipment, while others need to be guided and trained, in order to adequately protect their workforce.

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NANoREG and ProSafe Industry Meeting 31 January

On 31 January, the two EU projects NANoREG and ProSafe will have a dedicated industry meeting to present and discuss some of the reports produced. 

The aim of the meeting is to present and discuss several of the main outcomes and reports from these two large EU projects on Nanomaterials Health and Safety. Both these projects are coming to an end in the first half of 2017 and many of the outcomes, reports and deliverables are of high relevance for industries working with nanomaterials/nanotechnologies.