ICOH Statement presented at WHO Executive Board Special Session on the Draft Thirteenth General Programme of Work (GPW13)
ICOH Secretary-General Prof. Sergio Iavicoli presented the ICOH Statement on the Draft Thirteenth General Programme of Work at the WHO Executive Board Special Session on November 22, 2017.
The statement has been endorsed by the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA).
Read the full text of the statement
Announcement of the candidates for the elections of ICOH Officers and members of the Board for Triennium 2018-2021
The candidates must be eligible under Article 5, section 2 and 8 of the ICOH Constitution. The Officers and the members of the Board shall be elected as set forth in the Bye-Laws for the triennial period separating sessions of the General Assembly. They may be re-elected to the same office for no more than one additional term, with exception of the Secretary-General, who may be elected for more than one additional term. The newly elected Officers take office at the General Assembly convened immediately after the ICOH 2018 Congress. A member of the ICOH can be a candidate for one post only at a time.
Project on Global Estimates of Injuries and Ill-Health at Work and related Cost Estimates: early findings presented at the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work
During the World Congress on Safety and Health at work, which this year was held in Singapore, from 3 to 6 September 2017, the findings from a major project on the Global Estimates and related costs caused by poor health and safety at work presented.
ICOH adheres to “Vision Zero campaign”
One of the most relevant outcome of the World Congress on safety and health at work was the launch of the first global "Vision Zero" campaign to improve the safety, health and well-being in the workplace and with the aim of drastically reducing occupational accidents and diseases, investing in a healthy and motivated workforce.
A global vision of prevention: High-level Special Event at the Singapore World Congress
There are global trends concerning the future of work, but there are differences among individual countries and sectors. A high-level event was held as a part of the Singapore World Congress, where experts shared their global and national perspectives on Future forms of work, one of the ILO’s Centenary Initiatives.