Publication study for RIVM

Publication study for RIVM on working with HDI

In March 2020 the UM/METRO report Aansprakelijkheid voor het laten werken met HDI op POMS locaties (liability for letting people work with HDI at POMS locations) was published by RIVM, the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. This report is part of a series of eight reports related to research on HDI from CARC at POMS locations of the Ministry of Defense. 


Part of a larger research project

The research on working with HDI at POMS locations follows earlier reports on related issues, inter alia on liability for letting people work with Chrome-6 and CARC. While several reports focused on the use of Chrome-6 and CARC at POMS locations (Ministry of Defense), other reports focused on the use of Chrome-6 at NS and tROM (municipality of Tilburg). Researchers from the UM Faculty of Law have contributed to many of these studies, carrying out the legal part of the analysis.

More information (in Dutch) is available on the RIVM website.

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