Occupational and Environmental Health Laboratory
The University of Adelaide Occupational and Environmental Health Laboratory (OEHL) was established in 1987 and was set up at its present site at the Thebarton research campus in 1997.
The OEHL is a modern specialised facility and offers a range of laboratory services to industry, government and the community.
The OEHL is at the forefront of occupational and environmental hygiene practice in Australia and is recognised by occupational and environmental professional groups and agencies, including the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists, The Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the Safety Institute of Australia, SA Health, SafeWork SA, Safe Work Australia and the EPA. The OEHL is operated by the Discipline of Public Health of the University of Adelaide.
Congratulations to Dr Sharyn Gaskin for the 2013 Award for the Best Published Paper by an Early Career Researcher in the School of Population Health.
Gaskin S, Pisaniello D, Edwards, Bromwich D, Reed S, Logan M, Baxter S. Application of skin contamination studies of ammonia gas for management of hazardous material incidents Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2013; 252-253:338-346.
The Laboratory is now able to process fungal samples. This service is provided by Dr Sharyn Gaskin and Dr Michael Taylor. Please contact (08) 8313 4957 for details.