The National Health Laboratory Service’s (NHLS) Institute for Occupational Health (NIOH), is recognised internationally for excellence in research, services and training to support occupational health services not only in South Africa but also in Southern Africa through its extensive outreach activities and collaborations.
The NIOH provides cost effective occupational health services to national and provincial government departments as well as support for occupational health and safety inside the NHLS. This support work has included advice to regulatory authorities, employers, unions and individual employees.
The Wits School of Public Health, in association with the National Institute for Occupational Health, offers a Diploma in Occupational Health (DOH) over two years part-time. The diploma is for medical doctors in possession of a MBChB, MBBCh or equivalent.
The epidemiology and surveillance unit provides training on a well recognised data analysis software package STATA (stata corp). STATA is increasingly used in academic settings and those areas where flexibility in analysis is necessary.
The Wits School of Public Health, in association with the National Institute for Occupational Health, offers a Diploma and Masters degree in Occupational Hygiene over two or three part time years with a new intake of students every second year.
Association between bone lead levels and Aggression in the Birth to Twenty Plus Cohort
Intracellular uptake and toxicity of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) in representative cell lines
Validation of three decontamination methods for respirators used in South Africa to address stock shortages during the COVID‐19 Pandemic
Male and Female Waste Pickers on landfills in Johannesburg, South Africa: Divergence in health, socioeconomic status and chronic diseases
The status of infection control measures in healthcare facilities in South Africa
MD simulations of G6PD and potential risks using chloroquine/hydroxychloroquine based treatments
Risk factors for problematic alcohol use among male waste pickers and caddies in Johannesburg, South Africa: A cross-sectional study
Do the various hand sanitizers used in Johannesburg, South Africa, during the COVID-19 pandemic contain the recommended concentration and quality of alcohol?
The association between silica exposure, silicosis and tuberculosis. A systematic review
Assessing the presence SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater and potential health risks to wastewater workers
Analytical Services External Quality Assurance Assessment: a snap shot of current performance
Health risk assessment in occupational settings during non-potable use of harvested rainwater
Method for the detection of trichloroacetic acid in urine using UV-VIS spectrophotometer
Assessment of anti-bacterial effectiveness of hand sanitisers commonly used in South Africa
Study of the Stability of the Human Carbohydrate Antigen 19-9 Stored at Predefined Storage Conditions in the NHLS Biobank Using Molecular Techniques