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Asian Intensive Reading of Radiographs of Pneumoconioses According to ILO Classification (The 6th AIR Pneumo Training Workshop, Thailand)

19/12/2018 - Nonthaburi, Thailand
Organized by: AIR Pneumo Committee
Sponsored by: Workmen's compensation fund, Social security office, Thailand
Supported by:
Research Group for Occupational Lung Diseases, Japan Society for Occupational Health (RG-OLD, JSOH
Research Group for International Cooperation in Occupational Health, The Association of Occupational and Environmental Diseases of Thailand (AOET)
Central Chest Institute of Thailand, Department of Medical Services
Bureau of Occupational and Environmental Diseases, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
Organized by SC: ICOH Scientific Committee on Respiratory Disorders (SCRD, ICOH)
Topics: Reading the pneumoconiosis chest radiographs according to the ILO Classification System
Contact Information
E-mail: sutarat_5@hotmail.com

EPICOH - Health and the Environment at Work: the Need for Solutions

29/04/2019 - Wellington, New Zealand
Organized by: Centre for Public Health Research Massey University
Organized by SC: EPICOH

Contact Information
Level 4, 187 Willis Street, Wellington 6011
Tel: +6443841511
E-mail: info@confer.co.nz
Website: http://www.confer.nz/epicoh2019/

Work Disability Prevention and Integration Conference 2019 Work and health: an integrated life course perspective

05/07/2019 - Odense, Denmark
Organized by: University of Southern Denmark; University of Aarhus; and the National Research Centre for the Working Environment
Organized by SC: Disability Prevention and Integration

Topics: Work and health: an integrated life course perspective

Contact Information
E-mail: m.jensen@nikkb.dk
Website: http://wdpi2019.dk

11TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON BIOLOGICAL MONITORING IN OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (ISBM-11)

28/08/2019 - Leuven, Belgium
The Scientific Committee of Occupational Toxicology (SCOT) of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) welcomes you tothe 11thInternational Symposium on Biological Monitoring in Occupational and environmental Health in Leuven, Belgium, on 28-30 August, 2019. The symposium is organized by SCOT in collaboration with other ICOH’s Scientific Committees,like the one on “Nanomaterial Workers’ Health”. You can enroll, submit abstracts and find more information on:https://kuleuvencongres.be/isbm-11.
The symposium is an ideal opportunity for you to share your work with world’s leading scientists, experts, practitioners and students in biological monitoring, to learn, discuss and share state-of-the-art knowledge on biomarkers of exposure, effect and susceptibility to occupational and environmental agents. ISBM-11 aims to present new research and methods on biomarkers and to promote the use of biomonitoring data as part of a prevention strategy in workplaces and the general environment and, therefore, it will also be of interest to professionals involved in risk assessment, regulation and control through the use and interpretation of human biomonitoring data.
The general topic of ISBM-11 is “Biomonitoring in Exposure and Human Health Assessment” comprising several topics that are more specific:
Methods to identify human internal exposure to environmental and occupational chemicals comprising:
• Novel analytical techniques and approaches (targeted vs untargeted analysis)
• High sensitive analytical methods for biomarkers assessment
• Accurate mass screening and identification of emerging pollutants and metabolites
• Alternative matrices for human biomonitoring
• Validation and use of new exposure biomarkers
• Analytical techniques for mixtures

Identification and assessment of biomarkers of effect: from mechanisms to risk assessment
• Epigenetic biomarkers
• “Omics”
• Susceptibility and early disease biomarkers
• Interplay between nutritional factors and chemical toxicity
• Stress biomarkers
• Genetic polymorphism and metabolic phenotype
• Metals and nanomaterial toxicity

Occupational and environmental exposure evaluation:
• Applying biomonitoring to chemical accidents
• Case and field studies on occupational exposures
• Dermal exposure and its contribution to the total body burden
• Population based studies and environmental exposures
• Maternal and children’s exposure
• Human biomonitoring and public health

Development of strategies to correctly use, interpret and manage biomonitoring data
• Modelling in biomonitoring
• Sharing data and joint analysis
• Biological limit (BLV), guidance (BGV) and reference (BRV) values
• Quality assurance of biomarkers
• Education and communication
• Ethical aspects of biomonitoring

Across-the-board and other issues relevant to human biological monitoring
Social events will include a planned welcomed drink and the conference dinner at the impressive De Hoorn Cafe (this is the former Stella Artois building). We look forward to welcoming you to Leuven for an enjoyable and successful conference showcasing the best in biomonitoring research worldwide.Leuven is located in the center of Belgium, not far from Brussels. Whether you land at Brussels Airport, arrive by train in Brussels-Midi or enter Belgium from any direction by car you are always within reach of Leuven. Leuven is a dynamic and thriving city of about 95,000 inhabitants in Flemish Brabant, Belgium.The historic centre is one of the most beautiful in Belgium. It is a true university town in which the town is more alive during the academic year (end of September till June), although there are a lot of events in Summer. The CatholicUniversity of Leuven (KU Leuven), with about 35,000 students every year, is the oldest catholic university in the world, founded in 1425 (www.kuleuven.be). KU Leuven is an institution for research and education with international appeal. All programmes at this University are based on the innovative research of its scientists and professors, being ranked among the best 50 universities worldwide.
Local organizers

Lode Godderis: KU Leuven &Idewe, Belgium, ISBM-11 Chair
Radu - Corneliu Duca: KU Leuven, ISBM-11 Chair
Kate Jones: HSE, UK, SCOT Chair
Silvia Fustinoni: University of Milan, Italy, SCOT Secretary

PREMUS 2019 - 10th International Scientific Conference on the Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders

02/09/2019 - Bologna, Italy
Organized by: University of Bologna
Organized by SC: SC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Topics: Evidence based prevention and management of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders lie on valid methods of risk assessment and clinical practice. From research to evidence based sustainable interventions and practices. Where do research and practice meet?

Contact Information
E-mail: roberta.bonfiglioli@unibo.it
Website: Available soon

OHHW - 11th International Joint Conference on Occupational Health for Health Workers

22/10/2019 - Hamburg, Germany
Organized by: Centre for Epidemiology and Health Service Research in Care Professions (CVcare), University Clinics Hamburg-Eppendorf
Sponsored by: Statutory Accident Insurance of the Health and Welfare Service - Berufsgenossenschaft Gesundheitsdienst und Wohlfahrtspflege (BGW)
Supported by: International Section of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) on Prevention of Occupational Risks in Health Services
Co-sponsored by ICOH SC: Occupational and Environmental Dermatoses; Women Health and Work
Organized by SC: Occupational Health for Health Workers

Topics: War, economic crises, migration, critical instances and their impact on health workers health Health worker shortage and workers health Vision Zero - culture of prevention Gender and health worker Healthy skin in health workers Ergonomics Leadership and workers health Management of hazardous drugs and exposure Infection risk and infection prevention Exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation of health worker

Contact Information
University Clinics Hamburg-Eppendorf CVcare
Martinistraße 52
Bethanien-Höfe 20246 Hamburg / Germany
Tel: 0049(0)40-20207-3220
Fax: 0049(0)40-20207-3297
E-mail: albert.nienhaus@bgw-online.de
Website: http://cvcare.de

7th International Conference on the History of Occupational and Environmental Health

27/05/2020 - Durban, South Africa
Organized by: ICOH Scientific Committee on History of Prevention of Occupational and Environmental Diseases
Supported by: University of KwaZulu-Natal, University of Gothenburg, Collegium Ramazzini, National Institute of Occupational Health (South Africa), South African Society of Occupational Medicine, South African Society of Occupational Health Nursing Practitioners, South African Institute of Occupational Hygienists

Topics: Theme: Occupational and Environmental Health: At the Crossroads of Migrations, Empires and Social Movements

Contact Information
Occupational and Environmental Health University of KwaZulu-Natal Durban South Africa
Tel: +27312604385
Fax: +27312604663
E-mail: icohhistory2020@ukzn.ac.za
Website: http://icohhistory2020.ukzn.ac.za
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Asian Intensive Reading of Radiographs of Pneumoconioses According to ILO Classification (The 6th AIR Pneumo Training Workshop, Thailand)

19/12/2018 - Nonthaburi, Thailand

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EPICOH - Health and the Environment at Work: the Need for Solutions

29/04/2019 - Wellington, New Zealand

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Work Disability Prevention and Integration Conference 2019 Work and health: an integrated life course perspective

05/07/2019 - Odense, Denmark

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