New ICOH Honorary membersFebruary 06, 2022
On February 6, 2022 the ICOH General Assembly designated the new ICOH Honorary members. Read more
ICOH Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Kazutaga KogiFebruary 6, 2022
On February 6, 2022, during the Opening Ceremony of the ICOH 2022 global digital Congress, Dr. Kazutaka Kogi was honoured with the ICOH Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his lifetime commitment and support within the ICOH community. Read more
ICOH 2022 Global Digital Congress - Just few days left before the ICOH 33rd International Congress on Occupational Health startsFebruary 2, 2022ICOH 2022 Global Digital Congress is fast approaching! On 6th February 2022 the Congress will welcome over 1300 registered participants from 90+ countries on the congress virtual platform. Registrations will be open until the last Congress day and special registration fees are available for ICOH members in good standing.
Visit ICOH 2022 website for the latest news and information! www.icoh2022.net
ICOH Report 2018 - 2021February 2, 2022
ICOH Report 2018 – 2021 is now available on the web Read more
ICOH 2022 - Announcement of the ICOH General AssemblyJanuary 27, 2022
We are approaching the Congress with large attendance. The ICOH members in good standing attending the ICOH 2022 digital Congress are invited to participate in the General Assembly scheduled for Sunday 6 February 2022, from 13:00 to 15:00 CET.
The first meeting call will be at 12:50 CET. The second meeting call will be at 13:00 CET.
The check-in time will start at 12.45.
The 2nd General Assembly will be held on Thursday, 10 February 2022, at 15:00 CET.
The General Assemblies will be live streamed on the Congress digital platform. The ICOH members in good standing attending the ICOH 2022 digital Congress will be allowed to access the livestream through the Congress digital platform.
For further information on the ICOH 2022 digital Congress, please visit www.icoh2022.net.
Bids for ICOH 2027 Congress venueJanuary 26, 2022
The elections to determine the venue of ICOH 2027 Congress will take place during the ICOH 2022 digital
Congress (February 6-10, 2022), after presentations by proposed host countries and taking into
consideration the recommendation of the Board (Article 6, section 1 of the Constitution). Read more
Elections of ICOH Officers and Board members for the tenure 2022-2024 now openJanuary 11, 2022
The elections of ICOH Officers and Board members for the tenure 2022-2024 will be held in electronic format from 11 January 2022 to 31 January 2022.
ICOH members having paid their membership fees by no later than 6 February 2021 will have the right of voting.
The login credentials to the electronic voting systems were sent to the entitled members on 10 January 2022.
The electronic voting system is very simple and intuitive. Instructions for the electronic voting system can be downloaded here.
For further assistance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcement of the candidates for the elections of ICOH Officers and members of the Board for Triennium 2022-2024November 26, 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 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 2022 Congress. A member of the ICOH can be a candidate for one post only at a time.
WHO/ILO Joint Estimates of the Work-related Burden of Disease and Injury, 2000-2016: Global Monitoring Report
November 8, 2021
In September 2021, with the publication of the global monitoring report, WHO and ILO launched their global comparative risk assessment of the work-related burden of disease. This covers 19 occupational risk factors. It is WHO’s most comprehensive study of work-related burden of disease, and the first ever joint assessment of its kind with ILO. Read more