Reducing glyphosate exposure from high use practices (2023–2026)
This project aims to investigate methods of reducing occupational exposure to glyphosate, a ubiquitous pollutant
of emerging concern. This will be achieved through developing new cost-effective analytical and sampling tools and refining methods for integrating human exposure (biomonitoring) data with surveillance data on the pathways
of glyphosate exposure from high use. The project will generate new targeted knowledge on (sub) populationspecific
chemical exposures in Australia, and globally. Such data are critical to inform public health and chemical regulation policy, and provide clear guidance aimed at reducing exposures, to assess the effectiveness of existing regulations, and provide a framework for implementing surveys in the future.