The integrated environment and health consultancy



IEH Consulting provides an impressive range and depth of scientific expertise and services, falling into the five categories shown in the boxes above. Please click on these for further details.

Through our Directors and Associates we are able to draw on an impressive range and depth of scientific expertise - including individuals who are leaders in their field, as demonstrated for example by the impressive list of authoritative national and international expert committees and advisory bodies on which they currently sit.

In addition to our scientific review and assessment work, IEH Consulting also offers expert training courses (see below).


IEH Consulting Directors and Associates have run a number of training courses/seminars over the years, including:

  • Epidemiology for Decision Makers
  • Toxicology - What you need to know
  • EFSA Risk Assessment Training Course

We are pleased to offer the following IEH Consulting training courses.

All courses can be tailored to meet client needs with respect to duration, content, venue, budget etc.

Please contact us for further details and costs.

IEH Publications

The Directors and Associates of IEH Consulting have a highly impressive record of past publications and since IEH Consulting was established have begun to publish peer-reviewed papers and high-profile reports under this affiliation. These papers are listed below:

Bevan R, Kreiling R, Levy L & Warheit D (2018) Toxicity testing of poorly soluble particles, lung overload and lung cancer. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 100, 80-91. Available here.

Committee on Toxicity (2018) Report of the Synthesising Epidemiological Evidence Subgroup (SEES) of the Committee on Toxicity and Committee on Carcinogenicity. Available here.

La Vedrine M, Hanlon J, Bevan R, Floyd P, Brown T & Matthies F (2018) Extensive literature search, selection for relevance and data extraction of studies related to the toxicity of PCDD/Fs and DL-PCBs in humans. European Food Standards Agency. Available here.

World Health Organisation (2018) Alternative drinking-water disinfectants: Bromine, iodine and silver.
Part I - Bromine as a drinking-water disinfectant available at:
Part II - Iodine as a drinking-water disinfectant available at:
Part III - Silver as a drinking-water disinfectant available at:

European Food Standards Agency (2017) Human Biomonitoring Data Collection from Occupational Exposure to Pesticides. Available at

World Health Organisation (2017) Chemical Mixtures in Source-water and Drinking-water. Available at

Bevan J & Harrison PTC (2017) Threshold and non-threshold carcinogens: a survey of the present regulatory landscape. Regulatory Toxicology & Pharmacology,

Crump D, Harrison P, De Brouwere K, Scutaru A, Daeumling C, and Wolkoff P. (2016). Health-based evaluation of chemical emissions from construction products to indoor air: Development and application of the EU-LCI harmonisation framework. Proceedings of Indoor Air 2016, 3-8 July 2016, Ghent, Belgium, paper 96.

Drummond G, Bevan R & Harrison P (2016) A comparison of the results from intra-pleural and intra-peritoneal studies with those from inhalation and intratracheal tests for the assessment of pulmonary responses to inhalable dusts and fibres. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 81, 89-105.

Kephalopoulos S, et al. (2016). Promoting healthy and energy efficient buildings in the European Union – National implementation of related requirements of the Energy Performance Buildings Directive (2010/31/EU), EUR, Luxembourg, European Union, 2016. Available at

Wolkoff P, Crump DR & Harrison PTC (2016) Pollutant exposures and health symptoms in aircrew and office workers: Is there a link? Environment International, 87(2), 74-84.

Harrison P, Holmes P, Bevan R, Kamps K, Levy L & Greim H (2015) Regulatory risk assessment approaches for synthetic mineral fibres. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 73, 425-441.