Plenary Speakers

  • 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

    Diponegoro University Indonesia Effectiveness of basic occupational health services in the informal sector

  • Professor Frida Marina Fischer

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

  • Dr Margaret Kitt

    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health USA Emerging workplace health and safety threats

  • Mr Frank Muchiri

    International Labour Office Preventing infectious diseases in the workplace

  • Dr Karen Nieuwenhuijsen

    Coronel Institute The Netherlands Mental health, sickness absence and return to work

  • Dr Frank Pega

    World Health Organization The new WHO/ILO Joint Estimates of the Work-related Burden of Disease and Injury

  • Professor Jorma Rantanen

    Finnish Institute for Occupational Health Finland Globalisation and the implications for worker health

  • Dr Elisabete Weiderpass

    International Agency for Research on Cancer France Programs for workplace cancer prevention

  • Professor Alistair Woodward

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

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