Projects and Publications

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A number of major projects we have been involved in:


Project / PublicationDrew R and Hagen T (2016). Potential health risks associated with nanotechnologies in existing food additives. Prepared for Food Standards Australia New Zealand.


Project / PublicationDrew R and Hagen T (2016). Nanotechnologies in food packaging: an exploratory appraisal of safety and regulation.. Prepared for Food Standards Australia New Zealand.


Project / PublicationDrew R and Hagen T (2015). Engineered nanomaterials: an update on the toxicology and work health hazards. Under commission from Safe Work Australia.


Drew, R. and Hagen, T. (2014). Review of hazards and health effects of inorganic lead – implications for WHS regulatory policy. Under commission from Safe Work Australia.


Project / PublicationAustralian exposure factor guidance. (2012). Funded by the enHealth Council. Final available here.


Drew, R. (2011). Brief Review on Health Effects of Laser Printer Emissions Measured as Particles. A report prepared for Safe Work Australia, Commonwealth of Australia.


Project / PublicationDrew, R. and Hagen, T. (2010). Health Risk Assessment for Rasp Mine Proposal, Broken Hill. Document Number TR200510-RF.


Project / Publication(2010). Prepared for Safe Work Australia. An evaluation of MSDS and labels associated with the use of engineered nanomaterials


Drew, R. (2010). Development and application of the Threshold of Toxicological Concern to screening evaluation of air toxics. A report prepared for the Government of Western Australia Department of Health.


Drew, R., Frangos, J. and Hagen, T. (2009). Engineered nanomaterials: A review of the toxicology and health hazards. A report prepared for Safe Work Australia.


Project / PublicationMiddleton, H., Moore, M.R., Chapman, H., Leusch, F., Tan, B., Drew, R., Frangos, J., Khan, S., Leslie, G. and Shaw, G. (2008). Recycled Water Quality. A guide to determining, monitoring and achieving safe concentrations of chemicals in recycled water. A Report Prepared for the National Environment Protection Council (NEPC) Service Corporation by the National Research Centre for Environmental Toxicology (entox) (MRM, HC, BT & FL), Toxikos (RD & JF), University of New South Wales (SK & GL) and the Griffith University (GS). May 2008.


Priestly, B.G, Drew, R., McNeill, J., Abramson, M., and Forbes, A. (2006). Ambient Air Quality Standards Setting. An Approach to Health-Based Hazard Assessment. National Health and Medical Research Council, Environmental Health Committee, Commonwealth of Australia.


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