The National Institute for Occupational Health (NIOH) is South Africa’s major centre for occupational health development, training, service support and research.

The NIOH is a national and regional reference centre, providing leadership and support for the development of effective occupational health services by maintaining and developing specialist reference laboratory, advisory and information services centrally and peripherally.
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Nanotechnology is expected to be the basis of many of the main technological advancements of the 21st century. Research and development in this field is growing rapidly throughout the world.
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Reproductive hazards are any dangers that you may find at work or at home that affect your ability to fall pregnant or carry a pregnancy through to full term and deliver a healthy baby.
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The occupations traditionally associated with exposure to asbestos may no longer exist or may involve the use of substitute materials. Asbestos, however, is an extremely durable mineral and remains in products and in the environment.
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Hazard is the potential to cause harm. Risk on the other hand is the likelihood of that harm occurring. You are legally required to assess the health risks in your workplace.
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