Keynote and Plenary Speakers

Keynote and Plenary Speakers

We are delighted Professor Sir Michael Marmot will be presenting his Keynote Lecture as part of the Opening Session on Sunday 21 March 2021.

 

Keynote Speaker

Plenary Speakers

  • Professor Paul Blanc

    Professor Paul Blanc

    University of California San Francisco USA
    The past as prologue: how the history of occupational illness and injury teaches us about today
  • Associate Professor Hanifa Denny

    Associate Professor Hanifa Denny

    Diponegoro University Indonesia
    Effectiveness of basic occupational health services in the informal sector
  • Professor Frida Marina Fischer

    Professor Frida Marina Fischer

    University of Sao Paulo Brazil
    Impact of the 24 hour work cycle on worker health and safety
  • Dr Margaret Kitt

    Dr Margaret Kitt

    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health USA
    Emerging workplace health and safety threats
  • Mr Frank Muchiri

    Mr Frank Muchiri

    International Labour Office
    Preventing infectious diseases in the workplace
  • Dr Karen Nieuwenhuijsen

    Dr Karen Nieuwenhuijsen

    Coronel Institute The Netherlands
    Mental health, sickness absence and return to work
  • Mr Franklin Pega

    Mr Franklin Pega

    World Health Organization Geneva
    ILO/WHO estimates of occupational disease and injury burden
  • Professor Jorma Rantanen

    Professor Jorma Rantanen

    Finnish Institute for Occupational Health Finland
    Globalisation and the implications for worker health
  • Dr Elisabete Weiderpass

    Dr Elisabete Weiderpass

    International Agency for Research on Cancer France
    Programs for workplace cancer prevention
  • Professor Alistair Woodward

    Professor Alistair Woodward

    University of Auckland New Zealand
    Worker health and safety in a changing climate
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