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The LIFE NANOHEALTH project aims to reduce occuptional exposure to process generated nanoparticles (PGNPs) from critical permanently releasing industrial processes by optimizing the performance of Risk Management Measures (RMMs) in indoor exposure scenarios.

LIFE NANOHEALTH Project, to ensure occupational safety in the industry.

The European project LIFE NANOHEALTH, financed by the LIFE Environment and Resource Efficiency Program of the European Commission with the reference: LIFE20 ENV/ES/000187, whose objective is to improve the occupational health of those who are working in industrial environments and are exposed to nanoparticles.

This initiative, coordinated by ITC-AICE, has the participation of IDAEA-CSIC, the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, UNIMAT PREVENCIÓN and the companies Urban Air Purifier,
Cerámica Saloni and Talleres Mecánicos Comas, with the advice of Zabala Innovation, an international consultancy leader in Innovation Management.

LIFE NANOHEALTH, also has the advice of an Advisory Board made up of public administrations and entities such as the National Institute for Safety and Health at Work (INSST) and the Institut Valencià de Seguretat i Salut en el Treball (INVASSAT), as well as the European cluster NanoSafety.