AIOH awards grant for occupational disease prevention

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The Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) has announced the recipients of its first project grants after opening the program earlier this year.

These grants have been awarded to organisations who submitted applications in which they described projects that would help achieve the foundation’s purpose of promoting the principles of occupational hygiene in the prevention and control of occupational diseases in Australia workplaces.

The organisations include:

  • Cancer Council Western Australia
  • University of Wollongong
  • National Acoustic Laboratories

AIOH stated: “We look forward to partnering with these organisations over the next several months and seeing how these projects make a difference to Australian workers.

“The successful applicants were selected from a very strong field and we thank all applicants for their efforts.

“We also thank our generous donors who can now see the funds being put to work.”

More information about the projects or donation opportunities can be found at AIOH website.