Asian Association of Occupational and Environmental Health (AAOEH)
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Founded 3 Nov 1964, Indonesia, as Asian Association of Occupational Health (AAOH), at 4th Asian Conference on Occupational Health, in compliance with Tokyo (Japan) proclamation of 3 Nov 1956. Constitution adopted 1973. Most recently amended 23 Oct 1979, Seoul (Korea Rep), when bylaws adopted. Previously also referred to as Asia AAOH.
Improve health, welfare and safety of the working population in Asia and the Pacific through development of occupational health activities in industry and agriculture; establish and promote permanent relations among individuals working in the field; improve the standards of living and help eliminate the social factors leading to poverty and backwardness of the working population; promote research.
Events2020-11-12 | Daegu, Korea Rep – Asian Conference on Occupational Health
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General Committee (meets at least every 3 years); Council. Technical Committees: Education; International Liaison; Occupational Health Services; Agricultural and Plantation Health; Ergonomics; Research; Occupational Mental Health.
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