ICOH International Congress Dublin 2018 (29th April – 4th May, 2018) 2nd Announcement release and Keynote Speakers

We are proud to announce that the 2nd Announcement of ICOH 2018 Congress has been just released. You can download the announcement from the official website of the ICOH Congress 2018 (http://www.icoh2018.org/ezines/icoh2018ezine2.html).

The theme is “Occupational Health and Wellbeing: Linking Research to practice”: the congress will be an important occasion to contribute to academic development by sharing state of the art researches, knowledge, and experience in the OSH field.

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Prof. Nikolai Fedotovich Izmerov passed away

On December 23, 2016, Prof. Nikolai Fedotovich Izmerov passed away, a renowned scholar Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a long-time occupational health leader and colleague.

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Interview to president Takala after his experience in Brazil

Please click here in order to read Dr. Takala, ICOH President, interview after his Brazilian mission at the beginning of 2016.


32nd International Congress on Occupational Health ICOH 2018 (April 29 – May 4) – First Announcement released

We are glad to announce that the First Announcement for the ICOH Congress 2018 has been released.

The Congress will be held in Dublin, Ireland from April 29 to May 4, 2018 with the theme “Occupational Health & Wellbeing: linking Research to Practice”.

To view the first announcement, please click here.


Improving Workers’ Health Across the Globe: Advancing the Global Plan of Action for Workers’ Health

We invite you to download the new publication entitled Improving Workers’ Health Across the Globe: Advancing the Global Plan of Action for Workers’ Health at http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2016-118/. It was jointly published by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), USA and the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), which are collaborating centers in the WHO Global Network of Collaborating Centers for Occupational Health.

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