President of Indonesian Industrial Hygiene Association (IIHA)
Lecturer and researcher at Universitas Indonesia
Mila Tejamaya, SSi, MOHS, PhD is a senior lecturer, researcher and the Head of the Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia. Her educational background is a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Universitas Indonesia; Master’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety from the University of Adelaide-Australia; and PhD in Environmental Health and Risk Management from the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. Her research interest includes health and safety risk assessment, toxicology, nanosafety, and industrial hygiene. Regarding her professional association status, she is acting as the President of the Indonesian Industrial Hygiene Association (IIHA), from 2019-2024 (2 periods). She has contributed greatly to many industries, especially the oil and gas industry, through performing health risk assessments, developing Safety Data Sheets, and training. She is also among the rare few independent mining safety inspectors under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia. She was also involved in developing numerous regulations and standards within this field in Indonesia. Previously, she was selected as one of the technical committee members of the GHS standard adoption in Indonesia. She received several research grants, both internally from Universitas Indonesia and externally from Indonesia’s Ministry of Education; World Health Organization and International Labour Organization.