International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH)
Commission internationale de la santé du travail (CIST)
Comisión Internacional de Medicina del Trabajo (CIMT)
1906-06-13 Milan Italy
13 Jun 1906, Milan (Italy), at 1st International Conference, as Commission internationale permanente pour l'étude des maladies professionnelles. Subsequent name changes: 1929 to Permanent International Commission on Industrial Medicine – Commission internationale permanente pour la médecine du travail; 1957 to Permanent Commission and International Association on Occupational Health (PCIAOH) – Commission permanente et Association internationale pour la médecine de travail. Present name adopted 1984.
Foster scientific progress, knowledge and development of occupational health and safety, in all its aspects, on an international basis.
Events2022-02-06 | Melbourne, VIC Australia – Sharing solutions in occupational health - locally, regionally, globally
2021-03-21 | Melbourne, VIC Australia – Sharing solutions in occupational health - locally, regionally, globally
2021 | Montréal, QC Canada – From the workplace to the population - exposure and prevention
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General Assembly (every 3 years, at International Congress); Board. Scientific Committees (37):
- Accident Prevention;
- Aging and Work;
- Allergy and Immunotoxicology;
- Cardiology in OH;
- Education and Training in OH;
- Effectiveness in Occupation Health Services (EOHS);
- Emergency Preparedness and Response in Occupational Health;
- Epidemiology in OH;
- History of Prevention of Occupation and Environmental Diseases;
- Indoor Air Quality and Health;
- Industrial Hygiene;
- Mining Occupational Safety and Health;
- Musculoskeletal Disorders;
- Nanomaterial Workers' Health;
- Neurotoxicology and Psychophysiology;
- Occupational and Environmental Dermatoses;
- Occupational Health Nursing;
- Occupational Medicine;
- Occupational Toxicology;
- OH and Development;
- OH for Health Workers;
- OH in the Chemical Industry (MEDICHEM);
- OH in the Construction Industry;
- Radiation and Work;
- Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace;
- Respiratory Disorders;
- Rural Health: Agriculture, Pesticides and Organic Dusts;
- Shiftwork and Working Time;
- Small-Scale Enterprises and the Informal Sector;
- Thermal Factors;
- Toxicology of Metals;
- Unemployment, Job Insecurity and Health;
- Vibration and Noise;
- Women Health and Work;
- Work and Vision;
- Work Disability Prevention and Integration;
- Work Organisation and Psychosocial Factors.
Secretariat in Rome (Italy).
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