The ChemSM-Hub project consortium members

Country
Organization

Poland  
Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine in Lodz (NIOM) was founded in 1954. It is a scientific-research institution that deals, in general, with the issues of public and environmental health with special emphasis on subjects associated with broadly understood occupational medicine. The elementary task of the Institute is to perform scientific research as well as to conduct implementation and expertise works in the field of occupational and environmental health hazards and risks. In the realization of its tasks the Institute cooperates with universities, the Polish Academy of Sciences, research institutes and other scientific units, scientific and occupational associations, non-governmental organizations, healthcare units in the country as well as with equivalent organizations and institutions abroad. http://www.imp.lodz.pl/home_en/   Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine – NIOM
Department of Chemical Safety
8 Św. Teresy od Dzieciątka Jezus
91-348, Łódź – POLAND Tel.+48-42-6314-701
Bezpiczenstwo.Chemiczne@imp.lodz.pl
   
Poland
Lodz University of Technology (TUL) came into existence in 1945 as governmental, public body. More than 21000 students are currently studying at the University (including 800 PhD students). The educational and scientific tasks of the University are carried out by about 3,000 staff members. TUL is a leader in research on numerous areas of science and technology in Poland and abroad. A large number of the research concerns applications of new IT technologies in the areas of biotechnology, electronics, telecommunication, computer science, materials engineering, technologies and nanotechnologies, medicine, environmental protection, biomedical engineering, textile engineering, etc. TUL cooperates with over 300 institutions in 40 countries. It takes part in EU Framework Programs (15 projects in FP5, 30 in FP6, 23 in FP7) and in Horizon 2020, Erasmus Mundus and Erasmus+. https://www.p.lodz.pl/en/
   
  Germany  
Oekopol GmbH (Institute für Ökologie und Politik) is a well-known environmental-focused consulting group based in Germany, active at the European level for over 25 years. Ökopol’s experts work on a broad variety of environmentally relevant areas including chemicals’ legislation, waste management and waste legislation, prevention and control of industrial installations and policies on environmentally sound products, in order to assist with conservation of resources and to limit the use of hazardous substances. https://www.oekopol.de/en/   Oekopol GmbH – Institut fuer Oekologie und Politik
Nernstweg 32-34
D-22765 Hamburg
Amtsgericht Hamburg, HRB 41221
Geschaeftsfuehrung: Dipl. Ing. Dirk Jepsen, Dipl. Ing. Sabrina Errico
 
Greece Institute of Preventive Medicine, Environmental and Occupational Health, Greece, Prolepsis, a civil non for profit organization, was established in 1990 in Athens. With a strong belief in health being a fundamental right, Prolepsis has undertaken a leading role in the field of public health, by designing and implementing initiatives on various health issues and in different sectors (e.g. education, workplace) targeting a wide range of audiences, such as children and adolescents, women, migrants, and the elderly, and different types of occupational groups, such as health professionals, as well as policy makers, other NGOs and decision makers. As a coordinator or a partner Prolepsis has participated in approximately 50 EU co-funded and numerous national projects implementing research, applied and educational initiatives, aiming at health promotion and education of the public, policy change and tackling health inequalities. http://www.prolepsis.gr/en/
   

Romania
Romtens Foundation is a nongovernmental organization with more than 20 years’ experience in Workplace Health Promotion. It is the first Romanian organization that organized such activities on national level and the only Romanian organization member of the European Network for Workplace Health Promotion. At the same time, in the last 10 years, we have gathered expertise – nationally and at the European level – regarding programs and projects evaluation & monitoring, having been evaluated more than 60 training courses (Kirkpatrick model) and over 100 informing and education campaigns, 10 websites, as well as research programs, public policies and organizations. In the last 18 years, Romtens organized accredited training courses for physicians, managers and employees for more than 4000 participants. http://romtens.ro/en/   ROMTENS Foundation
Aleea Stanila 3, 032707 Bucuresti – ROMANIA
Tel.: +40 21 637 3002
Theodor Haratau – Executive Director