Keynote Speakers

  • Jack Caravanos

    Clinical Professor, Environmental Public Health Sciences, NYU College of Global Public Health, USA Title   The Global Burden of Occupational Health Disease: The Informal Economy
  • Melissa Friesen

    Senior Investigator, National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA Title   The Importance of Exposure Science in Identifying Causes of Cancer and Other Health Effects
  • Marianne Levitsky

    Founding President, Workplace Health Without Borders, Canada Title   No borders – New Meanings: COVID-19 Lessons for Occupational Hygienists
  • Anh Tho Nguyen

    Deputy Director General, Department of Work Safety under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, Vietnam Title   Experiences on OSH Law Implementation and OH management system for the SME in Vietnam
  • Doo Yong Park

    President, Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA), Korea Title   How can IH embrace new challenges in the post-COVID-19 world?
  • Jorma Rantanen

    Professor, University of Helsinki, Finland Title   Challenges to Professional Ethics in the Globalising World of Work
  • Yogindra Samant

    Chief Medical Officer, Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority, Norway Title   The Changing Nature of Work Now and Beyond: Challenges for Occupational Health
  • Tzu-Lien Tzou

    Director General, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Ministry of Labor, Taiwan Title   Strategies of Improving Occupational Hygiene Capabilities for SMEs

Special Lecturers

  • Rafael Moure-Eraso

    University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA Title   Catastrophic Investigations:The Fallacy of Human Error
  • Gurumurthy Ramachandran

    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA Title   Data, Professional Judgment, and Modeling in Occupational Exposure Assessment
  • Chungsik Yoon

    Seoul National University, Korea Title   Mask, aerosols and bioaerosols
  • Laurence Svirchev

    Svirchev OHS Management SystemsSvirchev OHS Management Systems, Canada Title   The International Trajectory of SARS-CoV-2 & COVID-19 from Localized Epidemic in Wuhan China to Pandemic End-Phase
  • Karen Messing

    Professor, University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada Title   Making workplaces safer for women: Gathering data & developing strategies