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19 - 23 August 2017 - Fremantle, Western Australia. Australia.

2017 Annual Scientific Meeting. The Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine.

Organized by: The Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine.
Sponsored by: Multiple Sponsors
Supported by: Perth Convention Bureau

Topics: The Value of the Occupational Health Professionals. Chronic Pain Management and Return To Work. Upper Limb Injuries and Planned Return To Work. Orthocell. Sleep Disorders and Fatihue Management. Occupational Dermatology. Occupational Nurse Stream. Environmentally Friendly and Sustainable Management of Tourist Facilities. Site Visit Rottnest Island. CPR Refresh Course. Mental Health First Aids Course and Accreditation. Drug and Alcohol Policies in the Workplace. The Credibility of the Expert Witness. The Future of Workplace Health.

Contact Information
Address: Suite 8, 150 Chestnut St Cremorne VIC 3121 Australia
Tel: +61 3 9429 6728
Fax: +61 3 9428 4872
E-mail: secretariat@anzsom.org.au
Website: http://www.anzsom.org.au/annual-scientific-meeting/asm-2017

21 August - 1 September 2017 - Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich, Germany

Teaching interventions crossing borders

Supported by: ICOH SC on Education and Training in OH

Topics: The overall aim of this Summer School is to train physicians and other health specialists of low and middle income countries to develop teaching intervention for health or safety related problems. Therefore different modern teaching methods will be experienced and trained.

Contact Information
Katja Radon (katja.radon@gmail.com) Ludwig Maximillian Universität, München, Germany)
E-mail: katja.radon@gmail.com
Website: http://www.en.uni-muenchen.de/misu/summer_academies/02_master/teaching_interventions/index.html

3 - 6 Septemer 2017 - Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore

XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work 2017

Organized by SC: Ministry of Manpower Singapore, International Labour Organization, Internation Social Security Association

Topics:
  • Vision Zero - From vision to reality
  • Healthy work - Healthy Life
  • People-centred prevention

Contact Information
Address: 20 Bendemeer Road, BS Bendemeer Centre, #04-02, Singapore 339914
Tel: +65-64116690
E-mail: secretariat@safety2017singapore.com
Website: https://www.safety2017singapore.com/

26-29 September 2017 - Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

14th OCCUPATION and HEALTH Russian National Congress with international participation

Sponsored by: Ministry of Health of Russian Federation

Topics:
  1. Harmonization of health and safety regulation in Russia with international standards in compliance with Russian membership in WTO and the country’s intention to associate with OECD.
  2. Occupational and environmental risks: the problems of risk management in occupational health.
  3. Innovative technologies of prevention, diagnostics, treatment, and rehabilitation in occupational and work related diseases.
  4. Expert evaluation of the relationship between sickness and occupation.
  5. Occupational health today and in the future.
  6. Medical, ecological and hygienic issues in the oil and gas, metallurgy, energy, and other industrial occupations.
  7. Worker`s Health Maintenance and Improvement: from Theory to Practice 8. Occupational health professional Training Programs: Problems and Solutions.
  8. Ionizing radiation: worker protection and disease.
  9. Today companies` sustainable development management: health-saving technologies significance. Best practice changes.
  10. Migrant workers health control and monitoring primary control system creation.

Contact Information
Address: 31, Prospect Budennogo, Moscow, 105275, Russian Federation
Tel: +7 (495) 3660977, +7 (495) 9183010
Fax: +7 (495) 3660583
E-mail: ohrnc@yandex.ru
Website: http://www.congress.niimt.ru/eng/

3- 5 October 2017 - Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik, Iceland

Physical Exercise at the Workplace

Organized by: NIVA - the Nordic Institute for Advanced Training in Occupational Health
Sponsored by: The Nordic Council of Ministers

Topics: The course will cover: - Work-related risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders - Health consequences of inactivity and too much activity - the role of work and leisure - Detailed walk-through of Danish intervention studies (9 randomized controlled trials) with physical exercise at the workplace effect- as well as process-evaluation - what worked for whom and why - How to design your own workplace intervention with physical exercise - from standardized guidelines to practical challenges - How the work environment, equipment/furnishing and facilities can be adjusted, so it encourages to daily exercise and more physical activity in passive work. Research on choice architecture to facilitate healthy choices ("nudging") and how to use this knowledge in the working environment - Discussions on how to develop work, organizations, the work environment, and working culture to create a healthy work life that encourages physical exercise and reduced inactivity - Hands-on - group work with participant involvement

Contact Information
Address: Arinatie 3A FI-00370 Helsinki Finland
Tel: +358 40 5463 277
E-mail: linda.vanska@niva.org
Website: https://niva.org/course/physical-exercise-at-the-workplace-from-research-to-practice/

16 October 2017 - Dubai, UAE, United Arab Emirates

International Conference on Occupational Toxicology and Industrial Health

Organized by SC: Conference Series

Topics: Occupational Toxicology Chemical Toxicology Biological Toxicology Industrial Toxicology Occupational Biohazard Wastes Occupational Disease and Prevention Occupational Therapy Industrial Hygiene Risk Assessment Occupational Health and Safety Industrial Food Safety Health Care Management.

Contact Information
Facultad de Estudios Superiores Zaragoza, UNAM, Campo 2, Edificio de Posgrado, Especialización en Salud en el Trabajo. Batalla 5 de Mayo, esq. Fuerte de Loreto, Iztapalapa, Ciudad de México, 09110
Tel: (702) 508-5200 Ext: 8045
E-mail: occupationaltoxicology@toxicologyconferences.org
Website: http://industrialhealth.conferenceseries.com/

16 October 2017 - Hilton New York JFK Airport‎ Hotel, United States

38th International Conference on Nursing & Healthcare

Organized by: Conference Series LLC
Sponsored by: Conference Series LLC
Supported by: Conference Series LLC

Topics: Crisis / transition of healthcare sector & healthcare workers Prioritizing healthcare workers' safety - Organizing an occupational health system for healthcare workers Healthcare workers' issues in areas of political conflict & / or violence - Emerging diseases & emergency preparedness Chemical, biological, physical risks in healthcare setting - Psychosocial issues for healthcare workers Immunization for healthcare workers The impaired healthcare workers PRE - CONFERENCE WORHSHOP (November 27, 2017): 1. Introduction to HealthWISE 2. Risk evaluation and management in manual handling of patients and materials in health care settings in Thailand 3. Industrial hygiene measurement in the hospital environment.

Contact Information
Address: Hilton New York JFK Airport‎ Hotel 144-02 135TH AVENUE NEW YORK-11436 USA (Tel: +1 718 659 0200, Fax: +1 972 929 8233)
Tel: +1 650 268 9744
Fax: +1 650 618 1414
E-mail: nursing@nursingconference.com
Website: http://nursing.conferenceseries.com/america/

25 - 27 October 2017 - Denver, Colorado, United States

Understanding Small Enterprises USE 2017 Conference

Organized by: Centre for Health, Work & Environment, Colorado School of Public Health
Supported by: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Co-sponsored by ICOH SC: SCOHSSEIS

Topics: Engagement. Happiness. Productivity. There are many ways small enterprises benefit from creating safer and healthier workplaces. That's why small businesses, researchers, students, and public health professionals from around the globe will come together at USE 2017 to understand the unique needs of small businesses and share strategies for cultivating healthy work environments. With presentations on the latest research in workplace health and safety, networking opportunities, and in-depth trainings on bringing safety and wellness to work, attendees will gain valuable training and lasting connections at this event.

Contact Information
Address: Center for Health, Work & Environment Colorado School of Public Health, CU Anschutz Medical Campus
E-mail: michelle.haan@ucdenver.edu