The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) was the public body responsible for developing and building the new venues and infrastructure for the Olympic Games and their use after 2012.
Working in her role as Principal Associate Fellow at Institute for Employment Studies, Claire Tyers was involved in two projects which contribute to the ODA’s broader learning legacy research programme. The aim of the programme was to maximise learning from the work of the ODA to inform other major public works projects in the future. The research fed into a programme of dissemination, including written reports, conference presentations and other events. Further details on two co-funded HSE and ODA projects are provided on the HSE page.
In addition, and also working with the Institute for Employment Studies, Claire was commissioned to conduct an exploratory study on behalf of the ODA which examined the potential economic returns on investment associated with providing preventative Occupational Health provisions. This has now been published and can be found here.