Norhaniza Amil is a lecturer at the Environmental Technology Division, School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). With a full scholarship, she completed her postgraduates studies i.e. Master of Safety Science at UNSW Sydney and PhD (Environmental Science) at UKM, Malaysia. She is the recipient of the Early Career Scientist Travel Grant for 2018 iCACGP/IGAC. Her current research interest covers both atmospheric chemistry and safety science, specializing in particulate matter characterization, source apportionment (receptor modelling), and risk assessment (occupational safety and health). Apart from lecturing, she also involves with consultation works in the safety science and air quality field, served as a speaker/trainer for government-industries as well as serving the international scientific audience as a reviewer for journals publications and conferences. Past experiences projects for the community, government, and industries at the state and national level are (to name a few) ‘Development of Safe Laboratory and Fundamental Toxicology Education in School Through Lab Safety’ for the school community, ‘Knowledge, Attitude and Practical Study of Chemical Safety at Home’ for Penang State and ‘Development of an Industrial Air Pollutant Emission Inventory’ for Malaysia Department of Environment (DOE).