Experts at the Scottish Centre for Indoor Air, a collaboration between Aberdeen University and the Institute of Occupational Medicine, carried out the tests.
What does IOM stand for?
IOM stands for Institute of Occupational Medicine
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- Input/Output Module
- Inspector of Ordnance Machinery (UK)
- Install, Operate and Maintain
- Installation & Operation Manual
- Installation, Operation, and Maintenance (US DoD)
- Institute for Organizational Management (US Chamber of Commerce)
- Institute of Marketing (UK)
- Institute of Materials
- Institute of Medicine (National Academy of Sciences)
- Institute of Metals (Britain)
- Institute of Operations Management
- Instruction, Operation and Maintenance
- Integrated Offender Management (UK)
- Integrated Optics Module
- Inter-Office Memorandum
- Internal Office Memo
- Internal Operations Manager
- International One Meter (radio controlled sailing boat)
- International Order of Merit (Cambridge, UK)
- International Organization for Migration
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Lang Tran, of the Institute of Occupational Medicine, Scotland, told a European Commission briefing note: "The particles stay on the other layer of the skin, they don't go deep enough.
The investigation involving up to 270 homes is being conducted on the advice of one of environmental consultants, the Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM) and is expected to start in November.
Jaakkola, a senior scientist at the Institute of Occupational Medicine of England's University of Birmingham, reported on several studies showing a strong relationship between the extent of smoke exposure and asthma.
Yesterday, an Institute of Occupational Medicine report revealed there was a clear link between OPs and long-term health problems.
Jung-Der Wang, a professor at the Institute of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene of National Taiwan University Hospital, studied the site of a semiconductor factory that operated from roughly 1970 to 1992.