Join us online for the IOHA 2021 virtual conference
On behalf of the organizing committee of IOHA 2021, I am privileged and honored to welcome you to the IOHA 2021.
Due to continuous global health concerns and international travel restrictions, we recently came up with a decision to host 2021 conference under the virtual platform from 11 to 15 September 2021. We believe that transforming the conference to a virtual will ensure the safety of all the individuals involved and a more successful 12th IOHA International Scientific Conference.
For the virtual conference, a wide range of current topics in OH fields and COVID-19 in workplace issues will be discussed in keynote speeches and symposium sessions. Various PDC courses will also be provided for delegates.
Please join us online with various benefits.
IOHA 2021 Virtual includes access to pre-recorded presentation and live Q&A. You may learn at your own pace and in your own way with reduced registration fees. There will be a virtual exhibition where you can meet industry partners, browse products and services. We also prepared special opportunity to attend a designated PDC course for free. It is a limited offer and please refer to the webpage for details.
With our best and collective efforts, we aim to ensure that the 2021 IOHA conference will be a productive and valuable experience for the participants. Your continued support and interest are the core assets of making this conference meaningful and productive.
Donguk Park, PhD, CIH
President of IOHA 2021 Conference Organizing Committee
We are beginning to look forward to the dawn of a new day and a brighter future on the horizon. The past year brought challenges and changes that we never imagined.
Yet through the pandemic Occupational Hygienists continued their work in many new, imaginative, and successful ways. We assisted in the identification of new pathways of transmission and routes of exposure. We created guidance documents to protect workers from new hazards. We broadened our reach into public and environmental health, and new industries, both formal and informal.
In the past year we found new ways to provide training to workers, students, and colleagues. We learned to communicate with one another regularly via the internet. In many ways, I believe participation, collaboration, and engagement have actually increased.
IOHA 2021 brings the opportunity to learn about the many different facets that have impacted occupational hygiene over the past year. Presentations and courses at IOHA 2021 will be sure to fill you in on everything that happened in Occupational Hygiene that you may have missed in your “hibernation” and isolation. It is a new beginning, and a new day, and we have a lot to look forward to in our profession, and in IOHA. I hope you join us at IOHA 2021.
Thomas Fuller, ScD, CIH, CSP, MSPH, MBA, FAIHA
President of IOHA