June 10, 2020

Pilot testing of capacity - building tools on nanomaterials

Nanomaterials are used in many EU workplaces despite our limited and even non-existent knowledge about the hazards they bring to human health or the environment, and about occupational exposure impacts. As use of nanomaterials increases, it is increasingly important to ensure that workers are aware... Find out more

Labour in the age of AI: why regulation is needed to protect workers

Superpowers, states and companies around the world are all pushing hard to win the AI race... Find out more

EU Observatory for Nanomaterials: a constructive view on future regulation

This Policy Brief provides information about the recently established ‘EU Observatory for... Find out more

February 02, 2017

An expert compares nanotechnology to radioactivity

‘It is becoming quite urgent to understand the exact mechanisms of nanotoxicity and make a classification depending on the mechanism... Find out more

April 26, 2016

Commission will ensure transparency on nanomaterials via a website

The European Commission has told Member State officials that its preferred option for improving transparency on nanomaterials is a public... Find out more

October 07, 2015

The ETUI hosts a meeting of WHO experts on nanomaterials

On 3-4 September the ETUI hosted the 3rd World Health Organization (WHO) Workshop of the WHO Guideline Development Group on Nanomaterials... Find out more

October 07, 2015

A German Institute has published a Code of practice on the safe handling of nanomaterials

The German Federal Institute for Occupational Safety (BAuA) has recently published a Code of practice for the safe handling of nanomaterials... Find out more

October 07, 2015

The ETUI hosts a meeting of WHO experts on nanomaterials

On 3-4 September the ETUI hosted the 3rd World Health Organization (WHO) Workshop of the WHO Guideline Development Group on Nanomaterials... Find out more