About IEH Consulting
IEH Consulting - the integrated environment and health consultancy - was established in 2014 by Paul Harrison, Philip Holmes and Ruth Bevan, three highly experienced scientists and former work colleagues. Initially constituted as a partnership, IEH Consulting was registered as a UK Limited Company in May 2015. The organisation was established as a vehicle to build on and expand the impartial critical assessment, advice and training services that had been offered by the former Medical Research Council (MRC) Institute for Environment and Health (1993-2005) and subsequently Cranfield University’s Institute of Environment and Health (2005-2014).
The aim of our organisation is to provide the best available information, independent advice and opinion on the hazards and risks posed by exposure to environmental and workplace chemicals, dusts and fibres, and in relation to European chemicals policy and regulation. Our focus is on providing client-focused, high quality advice and assistance tailored to meet client needs in the fields of environmental and human health hazard and risk assessment.
IEH Consulting supports the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and have issued a statement that is available here.
The Directors and Associate Directors of IEH Consulting together bring many decades of experience in toxicology and risk assessment, gained in various sectors including industry, academia, government and government research institutes, independent consultancy and contract toxicology organizations. In addition, the company has a number of highly experienced Associates who expand both our range of expertise and our capacity. Details of the three Directors, Professor Paul Harrison, Dr Ruth Bevan and Professor Jason Weeks, are shown here.
All our Associates are highly respected scientists from a range of complementary disciplines, and each possesses considerable relevant experience. Short biographies of the Associates are provided here.
Information services for IEH Consulting are provided by Lini Ashdown, a highly experienced Information Scientist previously employed at Cranfield University.