Dates to Remember

  • Until May : Speakers’ Short Biography Update (Go to: – [MY PAGE-My Profile])
  • Until 15 June : Early Bird Registration
  • Until 30 June : Symposium Abstract and Presentation Video Submission
    Notification of symposia review results sent to each moderator on May 10.
    Please refer to the technical guideline for details of next step.

Expanding Occupational Safety and Health for Disabled Workers

  • Moderator Thomas Fuller(Illinois State University, USA)

Identification of Known, New and Emerging Work-Related Diseases

  • Moderator Yogindra Samant(Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority, Norway)
  • Co-Moderator Lode Godderis(University of Leuven, Belgium)

International Cooperation

  • Moderator Rene Leblanc(IOHA / GHD Consultant, Canada)

ANOH Session I: COVID-19 cluster outbreaks among workers in Asia-Pacific countries

  • Moderator Derek Miller(New Zealand Occupational Hygiene Society, New Zealand)

ANOH Session II: Protecting workers from COVID-19 infection risk in Asia-Pacific countries

  • Moderator Yu-Wen Lin(Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan)

Status of exposure assessment and diffusive sampling approaches for VOCs in Korea

  • Moderator Seung-Hyun Park(Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency, Korea, Republic of)

Global Chemical Management at Workplaces: SDS Regulations, GHS Implementation, and Hazard Communication

  • Moderator Eun-ah Cho(3M Korea, Korea, Republic of)

Institutional Improvement Suggestion on Chemical Management for preventing workplace hazardous chemical exposure in Korea

  • Moderator Taesun Kang(Semyung University, Korea, Republic of)

AIHA: Pivoting in Times of the Pandemic

  • Moderator John Mulhausen(AIHA, USA)

Occupational Hygiene aspects in the Pharmaceutical Industry 2

  • Moderator Michel Vangeel(Johnson & Johnson, Belgium)
Symposium flyer

The Opportunities for Women Practitioners in Bridging Gaps in Occupational Hygiene Development

  • Moderator Norhazlina Mydin(CIH. CPIH, Malaysia)

Development of Population Exposure Methodology Using Exposure Assessment Advancement (Eye-of-Horus Exposure Study)

  • Moderator Wonho Yang(Daegu Catholic University, Korea, Republic of)

Occuapational Health Issues in Semiconductor Industry Symposium 3
-- Science, struggling of the victims, role of the professionals and NGOs for unveiling risks in the Semiconductor industry in Korea

  • Moderator Jongyoung Kim(Kyunghee University, Korea, Republic of)

Identification and Management of Hexavalent Chromium Dust Exposure on Gas Turbines in the LNG Industry

  • Moderator Will OCallaghan(AIOH - Full Member and COH, Australia)

Exposures, Controls and Respiratory Health in Coffee Workers

  • Moderator Mohammed Virji(CDC/NIOSH, USA)

Occupational Heat Stress: sustainable solutions and adaptation strategies provided by the HEAT-SHIELD project

  • Moderator Lars Nybo(University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

How to build health and safety cultures in the laboratories - Efforts will continue!

  • Moderator Saravanan Gunaratnam(National University of Singapore,, Singapore)

Exposure assessment tools for occupational safety and health regulations: state of the art and directions for the future

  • Moderator Henri Heussen(Cosanta BV, Netherlands)


  • Moderator Diego Mauricio Murillo Gómez(Asociación Colombiana de Higiene Ocupacional ACHO Capítulo Antioquia, Colombia)

Driving Sustainable IH Solutions from Capability Building to Technical Controls - PETRONAS Experience

  • Moderator Rina Ronaldin(PETRONAS, Malaysia)

Sampling and Analytical Challenges in Meeting Ever- Lower OELs for Metals and Metalloids

  • Moderator Steven Verpaele(Nickel Institute, Belgium)

Occupational Hygiene aspects in the Pharmaceutical Industry 1

  • Moderator Michel Vangeel(Johnson & Johnson, Belgium)
Symposium flyer

Control Banding as Risk Communication

  • Moderator David Zalk(Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory/University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

Exposure characterization for international programs in global burden of disease estimation and cancer hazard identification: needs and opportunities for collaboration

  • Moderator Thomas Fuller(Illinois State University, USA)

Case study of In-depth Work Environment Measurement and Assessment in Occupational Disease Epidemiology Investigation

  • Moderator Jee Yoen Jeong(Department of Occupational and Environment Health, Yong In University, Korea, Republic of)

Overcoming Challenges in Chemical Exposure Assessment: From Field Work to Controls Implementation

  • Moderator Wan Sabrina Wan Mohamad(Malaysian Industrial Hygiene Association (MIHA), Malaysia)

Additive Manufacturing for Occupational Hygiene: Processes, emissions, and exposures

  • Moderator Johan du Plessis(North-West University, Occupational Hygiene and Health Research Initiative, South Africa)
Symposium flyer

Exposure assessment in the Exposome context- need for precise – broad-scope- external exposure assessment

  • Moderator Anjoeka Pronk(TNO, Netherlands)
  • Co-Moderator Peter Hoet(KU Leuven, Belgium)

OH Issues in the Semiconductor Industry Symposium 2
- Epidemiological Study and issues in the semiconductor Industry

  • Moderator Hyoung-Ryoul Kim(the Catholic University of Korea, Korea, Republic of)

Occupational Hygiene in the Informal Recycling Sector

  • Moderator Jack Caravanos(New York University, School of Global Public Health, USA)

Research & Development for farmers' health and safety

  • Moderator Yunkeun Lee(Wonjin institute of occupational and environmental health, Korea, Republic of)

OH Issues in Semiconductor Industry Symposium 1
- Chemical and EMF hazards in recent semiconductor Industry

  • Moderator Chungsik Yoon(Graduate School of Public Health, Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of)

Advancing Occupational Hygiene Education Internationally on Three Fronts: 1) Formal Academic Program Development, 2) Philanthropic Grass-Roots Outreach and Collaboration, and 3) Structured Online Certificate Programs

  • Moderator Thomas Fuller(Illinois State University, USA)

Marginalized workers in the global economy: protecting child workers, slaves, migrants and workers in the informal sector

  • Moderator Marianne Levitsky(Workplace Health Without Borders/ECOH, Canada)
Symposium flyer

Addressing the workforce capability and capacity for occupational hygienists in New Zealand

  • Moderator Derek Miller(Health and Safety Association of New Zealand, New Zealand Occupational Hygiene Society, New Zealand)

Occupational Health: Present and Future

  • Moderator to be decided to be decided(to be decided, Korea, Republic of)

Changes in the Occupational Safety and Health Policy for 40 Years in South Korea : Focusing on the role of policy actors and contextual factors in policy agenda setting and formulation

  • Moderator Mijin Park(Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Graduate School of Public Health,Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of)