The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) is a governmental research and knowledge institute providing policy support to the Dutch government. RIVM promotes both public health and a healthy and safe living environment. The main tasks of RIVM are: to conduct research; to provide policy support; to perform national coordination; to coordinate intervention programs; and to provide information to professionals and the general public.
RIVM also participates in activities for international organizations such as the European Union (EU) institutions, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Environmental Emergency Response.
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Main tasks in the project
RIVM is participating in WP2, 4 and 8. In WP2, RIVM role is to assess dietary sources of chemical exposures using monitoring and national consumption data. In WP4, RIVM contribution is to advance risk assessment for developmental neurotoxicity (DNT) by linking epidemiology and toxicology data. In WP8, RIVM participates in health impact assessment of the exposome based on representative diet exposome data in the Netherlands.