33rd International Congress on Occupational Health (ICOH)
Due to the COVID-19 situation, ICOH have advised that ICOH2021 has been postponed to February 2022.
More information will be available soon.
Theme: Sharing Solutions in Occupational Health: locally, regionally, globally
ANZSOM is honoured to be the host body of the 33rd International Congress on Occupational Health – ICOH 2021, to be held in Melbourne.
With the theme ‘Sharing Solutions in Occupational Health: locally, regionally, globally’, the 2021 ICOH Congress will bring together occupational health researchers, practitioners and policy makers from around the world to share their collective knowledge about improving worker health and safety.
The ICOH 2021 National Organising Committee includes:
ICOH2021 is fast approaching, with the first announcement just released. Stay tuned for more information and start planning your attendance - a once in a generation opportunity for Australian occupational health professionals.
In January, the National Organising Committee was pleased to host a visit by ICOH Officers, including President, Dr Jukka Takala, Secretary General, Prof. Sergio Iavicoli and Vice Presidents Ms Claudina Nogueira and Prof. Seong-Kyu Kang. The visit provided an opportunity to explore the impressive facilities of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) and to experience Melbourne at its summer best. Boasting a 5,500 seat plenary hall, numerous meeting rooms, spacious networking areas, banquet halls, exhibition spaces and much more, the MCEC is the perfect destination for delegates from around the world and locally!
ANZSOM is pleased to announce that the society will host the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) 2021 congress in Melbourne. This is a great privilege for our organisation and an enormous opportunity for occupational health professionals throughout Australia; this being the largest occupational health congress in the world. Planning is now underway and ANZSOM will be looking to collaborate with other occupational health organisations and experts to ensure this event showcases the great work being undertaken in occupational health nationally and internationally.