DUBLIN TO HOST INTERNATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE CONFERENCE

Dec 13, 2023 | Featured Articles

The Occupational Hygiene Society of Ireland (OHSI) and the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) are calling on professionals and stakeholders in the field of occupational hygiene to actively participate in the triennial Scientific Conference of the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA) 2024 on 9-13 June in Dublin.

Set to take centre stage at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, the IOHA 2024 conference aims to bring together a diverse spectrum of occupational hygienists, public bodies, policymakers, academic scientists, and researchers from associated sectors.

It will seek to facilitate a robust platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences, with a primary focus on promoting occupational hygiene and safeguarding worker health protection globally. Occupational hygiene is the preventative part of occupational health, i.e. the science of protecting worker health to prevent serious work-related illnesses such as cancer, asthma and communicable diseases.

The conference theme will be ‘Protecting Workers from Health Hazards: Advancing in this Changing World’ and the programme promises a rich array of activities such as plenary sessions, keynote lectures, parallel talks, workshops, poster presentations, networking opportunities, and social functions.

Nuala Flavin, Chair of the IOHA Organising Committee and Former President of the Occupational Hygiene Society of Ireland (OHSI), said “This is the first time this conference will be hosted in Dublin, and we plan to have an outstanding event with excellent scientific content, together with practical presentations by experienced occupational hygienists.”

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Are you responsible for health & safety at work, then don't miss out!

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With over 600 delegates registered, this event is not to be missed!
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Find out more: http://ioha2024.org

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