Professor Rory O’Neill, senior researcher at the University of Stirling was selected as one of the world’s top 50 most influential environmental health and safety leaders in a survey by the American-based Occupational Hazards magazine. The magazine selected people hose work has had a strong and lasting impact on environmental health and safety.
Professor O’Neill has written on topics including occupational cancer, the health of older and younger workers and work-related upper-limb disorders. He has served as an advisor to the International Labour Organization and an Honorary Professor in the University of Stirling’s Occupational and Environmental Health and Research Group.
Link to article on top 50 most influential environment and health leaders in Occupational Hazards magazine
Written on 30 September 2008.