Stefan Engel studied chemistry at the University in Mainz and received a Ph.D. in organic chemistry in 1994, with both pharmacology and toxicology as subsidiary subjects.
He started his professional career 1993 as a scientific employee at the Institute for Organic Chemistry at the University Mainz, Germany. Subsequently, he joined BASF SE and worked in different functions in research and process development and collected experience in international and interdisciplinary projects in Brazil, the Netherlands and in the United States.
Since 2005 he is working as industrial hygienist and since 2017 he is responsible for the topic industrial hygiene globally as part of BASF´s Corporate Health Management.
Furthermore, Stefan Engel is working in various associations, e.g. CEFIC, BDI and VCI. He is also representing chemical industry in different bodies. For example, he is an alternate member of the Advisory Committee of Safety and Health at Work (ACSH) and of Germany´s Hazardous Chemicals Committee (AGS).
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Thema: Einwirkungen am Arbeitsplatz und Prävention