Oman National Poison Control Center (ONPCC)


ONPCC interested in studying and analyzing the factors that are related to chemical or biological poisoning that may occur as a result of all environmental factors that cause poisoning and providing the necessary technical assistance for protection and control of these factors through awareness and guidance.

Support and treatment of patients

Poisoning information services


Guidance and awareness raising


The mission of the Oman National Poison Control Center (ONPCC) and its related services are to collaborate with local and regional health care institutions and governmental agencies to decrease the burden of poisonings in Oman by assuring that both the public and health care professionals receive comprehensive and evidence-based poison information and management services.


The vision of the ONPCC is to be recognized as the leading agency in the Middle East for the provision of information, education, and consultation on the prevention and management of poisoning emergencies and other chemical exposures.

Poisoning statistics
Snake bites
Take poisons

Types of poisoning incidents

A poison is a substance that enters the body in sufficient quantities to cause temporary or permanent damage. The majority of the victims of poisoning are children, and their poisoning is usually the result of eating medications or chemicals such as detergents, pesticides, etc. However, poisoning may occur wrongly in all ages as some adopt it as a method of suicide and teenage girls usually use it for suicide, and the poison can result from drug or food interactions. Corrupt, contaminated, or by inhalation.

Household products

Poisoning caused by the body absorbing dangerous chemicals found in household products such as cleaning products or cars, pesticides, fuel, paints, billiards products and toys.

Take drugs

It is one of the dangerous materials that may cause his death

Carbon monoxide

Poisoning from odorless, odorless gas results from the burning of any fuel.

Bites and bites

Poisoning that occurs in response to an allergy to an insect bite, spider, tick, marine life or snake bite.

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CALL : 24560019

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You can contact the National Poison Center for advice or health information

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