SymposiaMain Organiser
S01 – Successful prevention strategies on OSHDGUV German Social Accident Insurance (Deutsche Gesetzliche Unfallversicherung)
S02 – Good practices on OSH in SMEsINRS
Institut National de Recherche et de Sécurité́, France
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
S03 – Management of OSH in the mining sector: Seven golden rules in miningISSA Mining Section
ISSA International Section on Prevention in the Mining Industry
S04 – OSH in agriculture: Traditional and emerging risksOSH Bureau, Thailand
Bureau of Occupational Safety and Health, Department of Labour Protection and Welfare, Ministry of Labour Department of Labour Protection and Welfare, Thailand
ISSA Agriculture Section
ISSA International Section on Prevention of Occupational Risks in Agriculture
S05 – OSH in the new digital worldISSA Machine and System Safety Section
ISSA International Section on Machine and System Safety
S06 – OSH in the application of nanotechnologiesIOM, Singapore
Institute of Occupational Medicine, Singapore
S07 – Improving OSH in global supply chainsILO
International Labour Organization
S08 – Climate change and green jobsUNITAR
United Nations Institute for Training and Research
International Labour Organization
S09 – Vision Zero in the construction sectorISSA Construction Section
ISSA International Section on Prevention in the Construction Industry
S10 – Vision Zero: Transportation and Dangerous GoodsISSA Transport Section
ISSA International Section on Prevention in Transportation
ISSA Chemical Section
ISSA International Section on Prevention in the Chemical Industry
S11 – Prevention pays! The role of accident insurance and the return to work reintegrationISSA Technical Commission on Insurance against Employment Accidents and Occupational Diseases
S12 – A culture of prevention on OSHISSA
International Section on Prevention Culture
S13 – OSH in the informal economyASEAN-OSHNET
Association of South-east Asian Nations Occupational Safety and Health Network
S14 – The workplace diversity dimension of OSHSafe Work Australia
S15 – People-centred prevention strategies on OSHENETOSH
European Network on Education and Training on OSH
OSHC, Hong Kong
Occupational Safety and Health Council, Hong Kong
MoLSS, Turkey
Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey
S16 – What is required for effective OSH training?ISSA Education Section
ISSA International Section on Education and Training for Prevention
S17 – Adapting work to peopleIEA
International Ergonomics Association
S18 – Good communication on OSHISSA Information Section
ISSA International Section on Information for Prevention
S19 – Behavioural science contribution to OSH strategiesHSE
Health and Safety Executive
S20 – International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) symposiumITUC
International Trade Union Confederation
S21 – The highway to health and safety: A zero harm culture, good and best practicesIOE
International Organisation of Employers
S22 – State of OSH knowledge development and networkingILO
International Labour Organization
S23 – Rehabilitation, disability and return to workIDMSC
International Disability Management Standards Council
S24 – Prevention of occupational cancerICOH
International Commission on Occupational Health
S25 – Wellbeing through workNSC, US
National Safety Council, United States
S26 – Healthy work: Trends on occupational healthILO
International Labour Organization
World Health Organization
S27 – Psychosocial risks: Mental health and wellbeing at workCOMPTRASEC
Centre de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité́ sociale
S28 – Estimating the benefit of occupational safety and health to societyILO
International Labour Organization
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
S29 – OSH professional standards for a safe, healthy and productive work lifeHPB
Health Promotion Board
S30 – Modern OSH inspection practicesSAWS
State Administration of Work Safety, China
International Association of Labour Inspection