International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH)
Commission internationale de la santé du travail (CIST)
Comisión Internacional de Medicina del Trabajo (CIMT)
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1906-06-13 Milan Italy
Founded at 1st International Conference.
Foster scientific progress, knowledge and development of occupational health and safety, in all its aspects, on an international basis.
Events2024-04-28 | Marrakech, Morocco – International Congress on Occupational Health
136 past events available with paid subscription only.
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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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