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1 NEWSLETTER International Commission on Occupational Health-ICOH Volume 10, Number 2, 3 December 2012 Commission Internationale de la Santé au Travail- CIST In this number Message from the president 1 From the editor 3 Anticipating Recent and Common Problems in Asia is a must to attain Humane, Competitive and Sustainable Work Systems and Products 4 New Members Introduction 6 Secretariat notification 15 ICOH National/ Area Secretaries 17 National Secretaries Announcement of upcoming international conference 18 Chairs and Secretaries of Scientific Committees Résumé en français 21 ICOH Officers and Board Members 40 Message from the President ICOH Colleagues, The year 2012 has been a productive year for our ICOH Network. After the successful 2012 Cancun Congress, ICOH Scientific Committees, Task/Working Groups and National/Area Secretaries have renewed their work plans as clear focal points of international cooperation for occupational health research and practice. The progress we saw in Cancun is leading to new initiatives in our Network. This fresh impetus is important in playing our front-line role in protecting and promoting the health of workers in the time of rapid changes in employment structure, working life and work environments. We are focusing on solution-oriented approaches for managing complex risks in increasingly diversifying work situations. I am pleased to note new series of activities by the 35 Scientific Committees, the strengthened membership campaign and the advances in collaboration with our international allies. It is timely that the collaboration between SCs and ICOH members supported by National/Area Secretaries is advancing in response to the call from the Cancun Congress to build a bridge between research and practice and improve the level of health protection for all workers. ICOH statement on global asbestos ban As an important follow-up of the Cancun Congress, we have issued the ICOH Statement on Global Asbestos Ban and the Elimination of Asbestos-related Diseases, after intensive consultation within ICOH. We sincerely thank all those who have given their contribution dedicating their time and work on it. This statement is based on the long-year effort by ICOH members and the work done by the Scientific Committee on Respiratory Disorders and the Working Group on the Elimination of Asbestos-related Diseases. The initial draft outline by the Scientific Committee and the Working Group was discussed at the Board meeting in Cancun and further examined through consultations among the Board members, ICOH working groups and NGO representatives. Useful comments were received about the need to focus on comprehensive programmes linking the total ban of all forms of asbestos with complementary efforts aimed at primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of asbestos-related diseases. We hope this statement represents an important tool towards the global asbestos ban and the elimination of all asbestos-related diseases. In order to be effective, a total ban on mining, sale and use of all forms of asbestos should be achieved in every country. As occupational exposures will persist due to the presence of asbestos from prior use in building materials and durable machinery/equipment, a set of protective measures must be implemented to December

2 International Commission on Occupational Health-ICOH Commission Internationale de la Sante au Travail - CIST NEWSLETTER Volume 10, Number 2, 3 December 2012 ICOH Newsletter Published by the International Commission on Occupational Health Editors Editor in Chief Seong-Kyu Kang Manuscript Editor Dong-Lee Yang English Editor Hyo-Jong Song French Editor Louis Patry Editorial Board Patabendi Abeytunga Sergio Iavicoli Suvi Lehtinen Mary Ross Edoardo Santino Frank van Dijk Reviewed and Edited by KOSHA (Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency) The electronic version of the ICOH Newsletter on the internet can be accessed at the following address: The responsibility for opinions expressed in signed articles, studies and other contributions rests solely with their authors, and publication does not constitute an endorsement by the International Commission on Occupational Health of the opinions expressed in them. The ICOH Newsletter contents may freely be translated into other languages and disseminated among ICOH members. optimize effective prevention. This will require that occupational health personnel persistently express their concerns, raise awareness and take necessary action regarding the need to prevent asbestos-related diseases. We must foster the engagement of all members of the ICOH Network in this endeavour. Effective and Basic Occupational Health Services Our joint activity for building effective infrastructures and systems of occupational health services, including basic services, is another important aspect of our follow-up of the Cancun Congress. We need to clarify how we build infrastructures and systems for competent services that can address complex risks in diverse work situations. A special effort is being done through our SCs and Task/Working Groups for developing systematic procedures for basic occupational health services for small enterprises, agriculture and informal workplaces. This effort requires collaboration for building effective occupational health service infrastructures learning from good practices meeting different local needs. It is also necessary to reflect experiences in participatory approaches involving employers and workers in implementing practical improvements despite constraints. I could confirm the progress in this direction when I attended the 9th IOHA International Scientific Conference held in Kuala Lumpur in September IOHA ( International Occupational Hygiene Association) is one of the three international NGOs officially registered at the ILO and WHO, together with ICOH and IEA (International Ergonomics Association). An important topic at the IOHA conference was the promotion of basic services for occupational health and hygiene. I could confirm achievements involving many members of ICOH, IOHA and IEA for developing basic, easy-to-apply procedures and locally effective preventive measures in various workplaces. It is hoped that the ICOH Network of SCs and members will further accelerate this collaboration in both developed and developing countries. During the IOHA conference, the three Presidents of ICOH, IEA and IOHA met to discuss joint work and agreed to collaborate, through their networks, for promoting preventive measures and risk communication particularly in small-scale workplaces and in non-regular employment. Furthering collaboration between SCs and National/Area Secretaries As an important asset within the ICOH Network, it is very important to promote the close liaison between the SCs and our National/Area Secretaries. This was discussed in the meetings of SCs and the joint meeting of the Secretaries during the Cancun Congress. Many successful scientific conferences of SCs have benefited from this liaison in organizing scientific programmes and recruiting participants, and these SC conferences contributed to reinforcing cooperation of ICOH members with national associations in our field. It is gratifying that the work plans of Scientific Committees for the current triennium include enhanced cooperation between SCs and National/Area Secretaries. This will greatly favour the development of effective and basic occupational health services as well as closer cooperation between SCs and national associations and various NGOs. Advances in developing action-oriented intervention tools in many countries will in this way help us develop widely applicable guidelines and practical solution-based toolkits. We are now planning to hold the ICOH Midterm Meeting of this triennium in early We hope to review the progress in our joint work in the Midterm meeting according to the new work plans of SCs, Task/Working Groups and National/Area Secretaries. We also hope to examine the edited version of the ICOH Code of Ethics on that occasion. This will enable us to foster our collaboration towards the 2015 Seoul Congress and the 2018 Congress in Dublin. Your ideas and suggestions about reinforcing our ICOH Network in achieving our strategic goals are highly welcome. Kazutaka Kogi President of ICOH 2 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3 International Commission on Occupational Health, 2012 ISSN (Printed publication) ISSN (On-line publication)

3 From the Editor Greeting the Happy New Year Information on 31 st ICOH Seoul Congress Dear ICOH colleagues, The newsletter of N2 and N3 is being published in one issue of N2-3 because the publication of the first issue was The next Congress to be held in Seoul, May 31 st to June 5 th 2015 opened the website (www.icoh2015.org), but the detailed information will be uploaded soon. delayed and the volume of the current issue is larger than as usual. The New Year is coming close. I think that the New Year has already come when you get this newsletter in your office, although some countries use a different calendar and a New Year Day as some eastern Asian countries celebrate the Lunar (or Chinese) New Year Day. Regardless of what day you celebrate, I wish you a happy and prosperous New Year. Contribution to the Coming Issues In 2013, the Newsletter welcomes the contribution from the members; a hot topic with 1,000 words, reports from international conferences with 250 words with some photos, introduction of activities from Scientific Committees (SC) and National or Area Secretaries (NS) with 250 words and Content of this Issue other relevant short articles. Please send an article to me at any time. The Newsletter will continue to introduce our new This issue introduces an article from Professor Adnyana Manuaba, who is an emeritus professor of Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia. He has done extensive research members. New members are kindly invited to send a brief profile and a photo to make better understanding among members. Please do not hesitate to write a short profile. on ergonomics and emphasizes the holistic approach to solve occupational health problems, especially in developing countries, where resources for occupational health are limited. He expressed his intention to write an article about this issue and sent it on time although his health condition is not so good. I appreciate Prof. Manuaba for his contribution on the Newsletter and insight for the Changes of Addresses The ICOH Newsletter is published in two versions: paper copy and electronic version. All active ICOH members receive it by and postal mail. To get both of them, the direction on occupational health. I also hope to get the address and postal address registered to the ICOH contribution from members of different geographic area about a challenging issue in each continent. In this issue, brief profiles of 42 new members are introduced. There were 211 new members in the Newsletter V10N1. All were invited to introduce their background, Secretariat need to be correct. Few s and postal mails have bounced back and been returned during the last triennium. However, please inform the new address, if any, to the Editorial office or the ICOH Secretariat career, and interest. The information in this newsletter will be facilitate the communication between old and new members and help them join the Scientific Committees which consists of the backbone of ICOH Society. In the following issues, new members who will be introduced on the Newsletter are also kindly invited to submit their profile in occupational health. ICOH collaborates with some international scientific journals in communication scientific knowledge. The information of the journals can be obtained on the ICOH website (www.icoh.org). Furthermore, ICOH Members in Seong-Kyu Kang Editor-in-Chief, ICOH Newsletter ICOH Board good standing may directly take advantage of the subscription with special rates (discount from 25% up to 80%) to the participating journals. December

4 Anticipating Recent and Common Problems in Asia is a must to attain Humane, Competitive and Sustainable Work Systems and Products Adnyana Manuaba Professor, Emeritus Udayana University, Bali Aside from their daily routine work, those who have concern and commitment to improve the health, safety, comfort and productivity of people working conditions and environment, should give more attention to the common problems they are facing recently in Asia. Those new multidimensional and complex character problems are disasters, earthquake, tsunami, flood, global warming, technology impacts in term of accidents, destruction of the environment, pollution, poisoning, criminals, new 24 hours society, social unrest, and human rights trespassing. Efforts in solving the problems through arrogant single discipline approach are always failed and ended with residue and creation of new problems. A systemic, holistic, interdisciplinary and participatory team approach becomes a must in identifying and solving the Our PhD and Master degree students already started to use these two approaches in their thesis and dissertation. In many articles and services, these approaches are becoming more popular and applied. These total approaches already had their legal aspects through MPR act No 4/MPR RI/1999 in Indonesia. And in fact, more and more scientists, politicians, government officials use the word of holistic approach in contributing their competency to solve a problem. I hope that decision makers in Asia shall use these approaches in developing and executing development projects in the regions. Products should be free from human hazards, and use of land shall always remember sustainable development. By doing so, humane, competitive and sustainable work systems and products shall be attained. problems. Meanwhile appropriate technological approach must be used in choosing the technology being used. To carry out these total approaches, we have to change the mind set of our human resource and the way they are doing the whole Total Ergonomics Approach processes. Instant noodle mind set must be changed into holistic mind set. Working in a team with all prerequisites must be developed. Arrogant and egoistic mind set must be thrown away. Trust, ready to collaborate within competition atmosphere, ready to accept criticism and to criticize openly, and democracy must be conducted optimally within the team processes. Many challenges shall be faced in these changing efforts. Instant noodle mind set has already been rooted for many years. Many of the human resource already get used to work and to decide alone, working in a team is not yet popular. Many scientists due to their experiences still arrogant and feeling superior. Yet team approach could be certainly attained by training and give experiences. In identifying, analyzing and solving problems, a SHIP ( Systemic, Holistic, Interdisciplinary and Participatory) approach has been introduced in Systemic approach meant that everything should be considered in a system, and those factors having relevant and significant relationship must be included in the analysis. Holistic approach meant that a system never stands alone, it must have significant and relevant relationship with other systems, which must be included in the consideration. Interdisciplinary approach meant that all disciplines having significant relationship must be involved in the analysis, by having their representatives in the form of a team. Team approach is really needed. Participatory approach meant that all parties especially the target groups must be 4 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

5 involved as early as possible in the discussion since the idea has been introduced for the first time. In this participation process, not only the body, but also the mind and the soul of the target groups must be involved. Appropriate Technology is being used in choosing the technology, by using six criteria to assess comprehensively. Technically sound meant we have to consider and think holistically on the existence of related laws and regulations, standards, materials, manufacturing methods, design protection, legal aspect, specialist input, ease of maintenance, common components, durability, recycle ability, environmental interface, and optimum life-cycle. Various ISO ergonomics standards must be as far as possible ratified and implemented with prior accommodation and adaptation to the local norms, values and customs to be successful. Economically sound meant we have to consider various factors comprehensively, and to define finally a decision according to the needs and existing of priority. Those factors to be considered are related to marketing, financing and budgeting, component and assembly costs, time scheduling, benefits to stakeholders, competition, presentation and selling the design solution, size of market, demographics, types of the market, future trends, freight and storage consideration, servicing policy. In conducting TQM it must be done by using ergonomics as a strategy. Ergonomically sound meant we have to be able to built-in ergonomics principle within the design process, like for example, provision for the user constituencies, recognition of the non-users, the profile of the users, user needs, user convenience, ease of use, product maintenance, user satisfaction, product-user fit, context of product use, user behavior, product safety, physical demands on the users, mental demands on the user, user instruction, user feedback. Social culturally sound meant it shall covers the norms, values, custom, habits, wishes, desires, religions, belief, and needs of the users. The products should also be adjusted to critical problems and taboos for them. Aesthetics, fashion/stylistic position, perceived value and quality (what the customers want) must be also considered to be sustained. It must be safe energy, which meant that the product must give significant contribution to the sustainable development principal and not hence to destroy its existence. Products should be effective and efficient in using the limited energy likes electricity, water and land. Preserving the environment meant that the product should not give problems to the environment like plastic waste, pollution to any important resources like water, land, air and horizon. Any emission from the product must not be a pollutant as well as destroyer to the natural resources. December

6 New Members Introduction ABDEL HAY, Hussein (Egypt) Hussein Abdel Hay who is the former director of NIOSH-Egypt, has 38 years of experience in different disciplines in military and civil areas. He worked at the fields of researches and management. He participated in many conferences and seminars. He also attended and conducted many HSE courses. He graduated from the Alexandria University in 1974 and got a PhD in analytical chemistry at the Cairo University in ACOSTA, Carlos (Mexico) Carlos Acosta Saenz is 36 years old and has been working at OSH for FEMSA since 2001 in Monterrey, Mexico. He is a primary care physician who holds a master s degree in OSH. He graduated from the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo León. Dr. Acosta is managing OSH program in 9 Latin American countries of the Coca-Cola FEMSA. Specifically he has been working with annual health check-up, and supporting, consulting and counseling periodically the executives to avoid preventable diseases and deaths. Most of them focus on cardiovascular risk factors and cancer. Dr. Acosta participates in and supports building the definition, establishment and maintaining the OSH policies and procedures in the company, He also collaborates in the implementation the FEMSA s own program in OSH called SASSO. He is interested in best practices in OSH, indicators best practices and benchmarks in the beverage industries and in enterprises. Also Dr. Acosta is very interested in always being studying, updating and participate in all OSH Congress, and to collaborate in the field, with other institutions and universities. ADAM-POUPART, Ariane (Canada) Ariane Adam-Poupart obtained an undergraduate degree in biology at University of Quebec in Montreal (2007), a postgraduate degree in environmental health and disasters management (2008) and a master degree in environmental and occupational health (2009) from the University of Montreal (Canada). She worked as a professional assistant in the Toxicology department of the Forensic Medecine Laboratory of Quebec ( ) and as an environmental health specialist at Health Canada ( ). She is now completing a doctoral degree in public health with a specialization in toxicology and risk assessment. Her doctoral work focuses on the potential effects of climate change (CC) on occupational health and safety (OHS) in Quebec (Canada), an industrialized country with a temperate climate. Since the beginning of her doctoral studies, she identified the main OHS impacts of CC and the most potentially affected economic sectors; she established Quebec research priorities for studying OHS impacts of CC and she developed a vast national and international network. Her future activities will focus on the associations between ambient temperatures, ground level ozone and workers compensations in Quebec. Ariane Adam-Poupart ultimately hopes to pursue a career as a researcher in the field of global environmental and occupational health. AKKURT, Ibrahim (Turkey) Ibrahim Akkurt was born in Konya, Turkey in He works at a university hospital chest disease clinic. There he has focused on clinic duties, teaching, mentoring residents, academic, and administrative duties. He is an author or co-author of more than 150 peer-reviewed journal articles and more than 100 papers that were presented at conferences and published in conference proceedings. About 30-40% of these papers are focused on occupational medicine or epidemiological issues. His primary specialty is respiratory diseases. Recently, he was awarded with a second specialty focused on occupational diseases about 2 months ago. With this new specialty, in the near future, he would like to establish a general occupational disease clinic, focused on public health, internal, and respiratory medicine, in a university hospital in Ankara, Turkey. He is married and has two daughters. His hobbies include playing tennis, hiking, and reading. ASUMADU, Akua (Ghana) As National Programme Coordinator for the ILO Workplace HIV/AIDS Education programme, Ghana; Akua is responsible for promoting health education and ensuring the dissemination of the new international standard on HIV & AIDS; ILO Recommendation 200 (2010). She has facilitated and/or led the process for development of National Employment Policy and HIV Workplace Policies of Ghana and Liberia. She has coordinated training of community, public (including Labour and factories inspectors), informal and private sector partners and supervised extension of Health information to over 55,000 workers to guarantee workplace safety in the area of HIV/STIs and AIDS. She has been instrumental in the modification of Factories Inspectorate Forms in Ghana to include questions on HIV & AIDS and OSH thus ensuring mainstreaming and sustainability of these in enterprises. Her work with National Tripartite Committees; Trades Unions; Employers Associations; Chambers of Commerce and Business Coalitions across three countries: Ghana, Nigeria and Liberia and as a former president of the Society of Women and AIDS in Africa demonstrates her commitment to gender equality and access to health care, education, economic and socio cultural opportunities for men, women and children. 6 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

7 BERNUY, Gladys (Peru) Gladys Bernuy Moreno, is working as supervisor physician at the Medical Center El Sauce, located in the Lagunas Norte, Mining Company Barrick, performing occupational assessment work. She had Medicine and surgery degree acquired from medical school at San Marcos National University (UNMSM), actually she is studying the Master of Occupational Medicine and Environment at Cayetano Heredia University (UPCH). She studied the Diploma of Occupational Medicine and Environment at Cayetano Heredia University (UPCH), Diploma of Ergonomics at Miguel de Servantes University, Hearing Conservationist CAHOC (CENSOPAS), Certified Spirometry Course ALAT (CENSOPAS). Dr. Bernuy is a member of ICOH and the Peruvian Society of Occupational Health (SOPESO). She attended the National Occupational Health Congress 2010 held in Lima, the International Seminar on Occupational Health and the Environment 2011, held in Cuzco. She had 2 years experience in the area of occupational assessments on the business of mining. Dr. Bernuy is interested in the field of toxicology, biological and physical monitoring, hygiene, occupational health service and occupational injuries. He would like to work at SC of toxicology and hygiene. BORDA, Maria Claudia (Colombia) Maria Claudia Borda is a an Occupational Health Manager of Procter & Gamble Colombia. She is a doctor graduated from Universidad del Rosario, an important medical college in Bogota, in 2005 and also completed her occupational health studies there in Dr. Borda is a board member of the Colombian Society of Occupational Medicine where she has published some articles about Occupational Health for the Colombian Society of Occupational Medicine's journal. Furthermore, she wrote a chapter about nutrition for the book: "Health Promotion and Prevention of Disease in Occupational Health ± published in Dr. Borda has worked in this field since 2009 for different companies where she has applied different health promotion programs and ergonomy successfully. Dra Borda is interested in the field health promotion programs and ergonomy. But, all in all, Dr. Borda loves working for the workers' health care and promoting the selfcare culture. CARVALHO, Sergio (Brazil) Sergio A. M de Carvalho graduated at the School of Medicine of the University Severino Sombra, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1988 and holds post-graduate degree in occupational health at the University of São Paulo, which was completed in Since 2001, he works for corporate occupational health physician at CPFL Energy, which provides generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy for almost the entire states of São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil. Dr. Sergio has also been working in the health section of the metallurgical area for 21 years and in the Brazilian branch of the Canadian company (CCL Labels) during the last 6 years. He has personal website in which he shares topics related to safety, health and quality of life at work - He is Interested in any matter relating to disease prevention and health promotion at work. He participated in the 2012 tripartite group (enterprise, unions and government) in developing standards for working at heights. CHÁVEZ, Javier (Peru) Javier Chávez Gutiérrez is a Medical Director of CIMEDIC - Imaging Medical Institution from Lima - Perú. He graduated at the Medical College of San Marcos National University in Perú in 2006 as General Medicine. He has a Masters in Occupational and Environmental Health at Medical College of San Marcos National University and a Diploma of Integrated Management Systems in ISO 9001, 14001, OHSAS Dr. Chávez has worked for private medical centers and important regional insurances companies as a medical auditor in management process and like a medical assistance in emergency service and hospitalist. He has done a fellowship in Rio Grande Valley Medical Center in Mcallen Texas, USA March 2012 Dr. Chávez is interested in the field of toxicology, preventive medicine, epidemiology, occupational health service and occupational injuries. He would like to work at SC of Epidemiology DAS, Sukuma (India) Sukumar Das is MB BS, MSc in Environment Science and AFIH, M.Phill in hospital administration, and PGNHFW. He is a lead auditor of OHSAH He graduated at B J Medical College, Ahmedabad in He is an occupational health physician in Ahmadabad Electricity co to 1996 then after 1997 to 2011 in Torrent power ltd. He has vast experience in augmenting/creating/streamlining best medical practices across power business and building organization competence and achieving best business by adopting new technology and routes. At present, he is head of medical and occupational health services in Adani Power Business across India, which is a fast growing private company in power sector internationally. He also has own health care company providing occupational health care services across India. He is director of CREEESH, an NGO having deep concern in health and education of workers working in unorganized sector. He has keen interest in establish medical services in organization and creating soft solutions (window base and web base) in organization to establish paperless OH services across globe. December

8 New Members Introduction DAS, Rupali (USA) Rupali Das is Executive Medical Director of the State of California Division of Workers' Compensation, Department of Industrial Relations in the USA. She attended medical school at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and completed an internal medicine residency at Michael Reese Hospital. She has a master s degree in public health from the University of California, Berkeley and is a graduate of the University of California, San Francisco's (UCSF s) Occupational and Environmental Medicine Fellowship Program. She led the innovative program Biomonitoring California, at the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) from This is the first legislatively mandated state program in the USA to require the measurement environmental contaminants in the population. From 1998 to 2009, Dr. Das developed and directed the Occupational Pesticide Illness Prevention Program in CDPH to track and reduce work-related pesticide illness. Previously, she worked on air pollution issues at the California Environmental Protection Agency. Dr. Das is Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF and was Chair of the Western Occupational Health Conference, held in San Francisco in Dr. Das is interested in collaborating with ICOH colleagues on biomonitoring, toxicology, pesticides, and linking primary prevention and wellness with workers compensation. DICKO, Moussa (Mali) Moussa El Hadji Dicko is the head of department of the medical services and OSH of Morila gold mine in Mali. Morila gold mine is an open cast mine and a joint venture of AngloGold Ashanti, Randgold Resources and the state of Mali situated at the southern region of Mali at 280 km from the capital city, Bamako. Dr. Dicko was graduated from the faculty of medicine of Bamako University in He was appointed as medical officer at Morila mine in He is in charge of public health program composed mainly of malaria and HIV/AIDS. He undertook variable stages and trainings such as: ATLS at Wits University (SA), ACLS at Marseille, occupational health screening at AGA hospital in Carletonville. He is actually doing a specialization in occupational medicine at Dakar University (UCAD). As innovation in Mali mining industry sector, he and his team have developed a safety induction video for new employees and visitors, summarizing gold mine risk profile, good and bad practices. He is currently developing and implementing internally software for secured electronic record and archiving of employees medical surveillance data. Dr. Dicko would like to be members of ICOH scientific committee of occupational risks prevention. EMRE, Ufuk (Turkey) I am Ufuk Emre. I work at Bulent Ecevit Universty, Neurology Department as an associate professor. I graduated at the Gazi University Medical Faculty in 1997 and completed my residency in Neurology in the Ministry of Health Ankara Research Hospital in Ankara. I worked at the Ministry of Health Sereflikochisar Hospital one year as a neurologist. I have worked at Bulent Ecevit University Neurology Department since I am a new member of ICOH. I am interested in the field of neurotoxicology, and occupational health service. I would like to work at group of Neurotoxicology. GADHAVI, Naresh (India) NARESH GADHAVI is Industrial consultant at Dahej, Gujarat, India. He passed his medical graduation from B.J.Medical College, under Gujarat University. And completed his internship under Gujarat University. He started to work as Medical Officer at Community Health Center Vagra, Gujarat India. He started his private practice at Bharuch, Gujarat as general physician. He passes Associate Fellow in Industrial Health from Mahatma Gandhi Labor Institute, Ahmadabad and started his practice at industrial area at Dahej as general physician and industrial consultant. Dr. Gadhavi also joins various industries as visiting Factory Medical Officer. He also gives his services to various industries as industrial consultant. He set up occupational health center at Dahej, Gujarat, India which provides all type of medical and health facilities to surrounding big industries. He also passes M.B.A in hospital management from Tasmac University Pune under Adam Smith university.u.s.a. Dr. Gadhavi is a member of Indian Medical Association, Indian Association of Occupational Health and ICOH. He is interested in Family Medicine, occupational health services, well-being of workers, working environment, and living condition for workers. GARAMUMHANGO, Blessing, (Zimbabwe) Blessing Garamumhango is a Medical Services Manager at Mimosa Mining Company in Zvishavane, Zimbabwe. He graduated from the University of Zimbabwe with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery degree (MBCHB) in January He has a post graduate diploma in Occupational Health and Safety in the Workplace from ITCILO/ University of Turin Italy and currently he is studying for the Master s in OSH with ITCILO/ University of Turin Italy. He has worked mainly in the mining sector in Botswana and Zimbabwe since His main areas of interest are management of occupational health systems, workplace wellness interventions and occupational health surveillance. He will be interested in working in the Scientific Committees of Occupational Medicine, Occupational Hygiene and respiratory disorders 8 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

9 GARCIA, Mercedes (Dominica) Dr. Mercedes Garcia is Assistant in Occupational Risk Assurance Superintendence of Health and Labor Risks Dominican Republic and President of the Dominican Society of Occupational Health ( ). Graduated from the University of Medicine INTEC, doing Post Graduate in Occupational Health in 2001 in the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo, later made Master in Occupational Risk Prevention with the University of La Coruña, Spain. Taking interest in the Health Sector Reform in the Dominican Republic is in his Master in Management of Social Security Systems and Master Corporal Damage Assessment, this presents proposals related to the granting of benefits product Accidents and / or diseases, improving the management of the delivery of benefits to workers Dominicans. Dr. Garcia is interested in submitting a proposal on List of occupational diseases to be taken as the official list of the country, for these purposes has brought together experts in the field in order that it has the consensus of all involved. GONZALEZ, Miguel (Mexico) Miguel Angel Gonzalez-Osuna is currently Corporate Manager of Occupational Health and Safety at the FEMSA Group. He graduated from the Medical University of Nuevo León (UANL) in 1976, and obtained a Master Degree in Public Health with focus in Health at Work at the UANL in 1979, and was certified as Medical Specialist in Occupational Medicine in 1986 by the Mexican Board for Certification in Occupational Medicine. Dr. Gonzalez has been participating in teaching activities for more than 28 years in the Graduate School of Public Health and Nutrition at the UANL, and for 17 years at the School of Medicine in the Technology in Monterrey (ITESM) and as a guest teacher in different Universities in Mexico and USA. Dr. Gonzalez is working at FEMSA in the area of Occupational Health since Currently programs are integrated in System Safety and Occupational Health in the company known as SASSO and have coverage in 10 countries (Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala and the Philippines recently) and attend to 170,000 workers. His main interest is to work in Occupational Health Management Programs, Exchange of experiences in the implementation of programs, research in the area of Public Health and Occupational Health and exchange teaching experiences with other Companies and Universities in different countries. GUATARAMA, Reina Ms. Reina Guatarama is an registered nurse and is currently working at Procter & Gamble as medical service leader. She is interested in knowing about musculoskeletal diseases at work, management of infectious diseases in a manufacturing company, and occupational health nursing practice. HAUPENTHAL, Aline Lahm (Brazil) Aline Lahm Haupenthal studied medicine and occupational medicine at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). She thinks the best way to prevent the work generates suffering, since this is not their purpose. Even more complex and challenging, this is what she has sought. She intends to be present at the 21st International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time and maybe introduce some production about the work in the circadian rhythm dyssynchrony. JOE-MASON, R. Kenneth (Ghana) Kenneth Ramon Joe-Mason is currently the Human Resource Manager for Wildlife Division, which is one of the 3 divisions under the Forestry Commission of Ghana. He has developed interest in Occupational Health & safety Management after his post-graduate certificate in OSH from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). He has other qualifications in the areas of Human Resource Management Executive MBA from the University of Ghana and Diploma in Natural Resources Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology. MR. Joe-Mason has worked for the Forestry set up since 1982 starting as a field forestry technician and recognizing the fact that ILO conventions and the constitution of Ghana makes it mandatory for the establishment of OSH at the Forestry environment and therefore wants to spear head the formation of a vibrant OSH in the Forestry Commission of Ghana with a workforce of a total of He wants the support of all to help him establish OSH in the Forestry Commission, Ghana, that is his vision for the organization he has worked for the past 29 years. December

10 New Members Introduction JONES, Kate (UK) Kate Jones is an analytical chemist working as a principal scientist in the Health & Safety Laboratory's Biological Monitoring team. She has wide experience and expertise in the biological monitoring of organic compounds, this includes skills in: the use of specialist analytical techniques and instrumentation such as GC, GC-MS, HPLC and LC-MS; method development; toxicology; and gaining approval for and running human volunteer studies. As a senior scientist Kate has responsibility for undertaking her own research, managing the research of others (five directlyreporting staff) and organising the day-to-day running of the Biological Monitoring laboratory, ensuring that work is completed to stringent quality standards within the requisite turnaround times. Kate is the lead scientist in the team for securing research. Kate is actively involved in disseminating her work through presentations at relevant scientific and stakeholder conferences and at research workshops. She has also delivered training courses, both in the UK and abroad. She is Secretary to the Royal Society of Chemistry s Toxicology group as well as regional organiser and ordinary Council member for the British Occupational Hygiene Society. KIRCHHOF, Ana (Brazil) Ana Lúcia Cardoso Kirchhof is deputy president of the Brazilian Nursing Association, Santa Catarina section ( ) and retired professor from the Santa Catarina Federal University since She graduated in Nursing at the Santa Maria Federal University in 1981, obtained a Master s degree in Adult Health Nursing at Santa Catarina Federal University in 1990 and completed her Ph.D. in Nursing at Santa Catarina Federal University in 1997, in the South of Brazil. She served as a visiting professor in the Graduate Nursing Program at Paraná Federal University ( ) and participates in research groups at the same colleges. Her main area of interest is Public Health and Collective Health, specifically: organization of work and health, evaluation and health and the study of the work process and its elements. Dr. Kirchhof s current research areas are in musculoskeletal disorders, occupational accidents, minor mental disorders and medical leaves among nursing workers. She is starting her post-doctoral Project on domestic child work and musculoskeletal disorders. Dr. Kirchhof s specific interest is in the scientific committees Epidemiology in Occupational Health and Occupational Health in Nursing. KORPINEN, Leena (Finland) Leena Korpinen is a multidisciplinary scientist: a Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Technology and also a licensed doctor in medicine. In 1998 she was awarded a professorship in electric power engineering. From she led the Laboratory of Electrical Engineering and Health at the Tampere University of Technology (TUT). From 2008 due to structural changes at TUT, her professorship has been in environmental health, more specifically the environmental effects of energy production and distribution, and of traffic. Her main expertise lies in public and occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields (ELF and RF), the assessment of health effects caused by exposure, and in reducing electromagnetic field exposure. She is a member of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS) and the European BioElectromagnetics Association (EBEA). She is also a secretary of the Scientific Committee on Radiation and Work of ICOH and a member of WG (working group) C4.25: Issues Related to ELF Electromagnetic Field Exposure and Transient Contact Currents of CIGRE (Conseil International des Grands Réseaux Electriques). Professor Korpinen has received the 2012 Electrical Engineer of the Year Award from the Association of Electrical Engineers in Finland in recognition of her scientific achievements and for promoting collaboration in the field of electrical engineering. KUBO, Tomohide (Japan) Tomohide Kubo has worked for the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan since 2008 as a researcher, and he served as a visiting researcher at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health in Helsinki for one month in His dissertation studied the effects of nightshift-napping on alertness and performance, and he received Ph.D. in Medical Science from Nagoya City University in His background is in occupational health psychology. He is interested in the fields of fatigue, sleep, and stress among workers, especially as they are related to shift work strategies, weekend sleep extension, and employee work-time control. His works on these topics have been published in leading journals, such as the Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health; Chronobiology International; and Industrial Health. His recent interest lies in examining how leisure activities can be associated with recovery from work-induced fatigue among shiftwork nurses. Consequently, he would like to identify what kinds of leisure activities most favorably influence fatigue recovery and improve the quality of working life among shift workers. He looks forward to sharing many wonderful and exciting opportunities with the ICOH members. Furthermore, he hopes that his activities will contribute to the further development of ICOH. KUDU, Isaac Benjamin (Ghana) An assistant research scientist at the Nuclear Chemistry and Environmental Research Centre of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Isaac holds a Master of Philosophy degree in Nuclear and Environmental Protection from the Graduate School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, University of Ghana. He is currently pursuing a PG. Diploma degree in Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Management at the GIMPA Public Services School. Isaac also volunteers with SHEQ foundation, a Non - Governmental Organisation which engages in raising awareness and advocating for improved health and safety conditions in industry and the society as a whole in Ghana. Isaac aspires to be a leading higher education professional in occupational health and safety. 10 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

11 LONG, Jennifer (Australia) Jennifer Long is an optometrist and a Certified Professional Ergonomist in Australia. She graduated from the School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia, in 1988 and later completed a Master of Safety Science at UNSW in 2000 where she majored in ergonomics and occupational health and safety. In an attempt to blend her optometry and safety/ergonomics experience, she is currently completing her PhD studies at UNSW, investigating workrelated physical discomfort and injuries in Australian optometrists. Jennifer s professional interests are work and vision. She runs a consultancy business, Jennifer Long Visual Ergonomics and is a Visiting Fellow at the School of Optometry and Vision Science, UNSW, where she teaches undergraduate optometrists the subjects Color Vision and Environmental Optometry (this includes the topics safety, ergonomics and lighting). She maintains her clinical optometry skills working in a rural optometry practice. Jennifer is a member of the Work and Vision SC. She is also the chairperson of the International Ergonomics Association Visual Ergonomics Technical Committee. MANDIC-RAJCEVIC, Stefan (Italy) Stefan Mandic-Rajcevic is a researcher in the Chemical Risk Department of the International Centre for Rural Health (Milan, Italy), which is a WHO Collaboration Centre, and part of the San Paolo Hospital. Dr. Mandic-Rajcevic graduated from the Medical School of the University of Belgrade (Serbia) in 2010, and started his PhD project at the Department of Health Sciences of the University of Milan. The subject of his PhD is Exposure and risk profiles for a safe pesticide use in agriculture. His work is part of the 7 th Framework project ACROPOLIS, and the specific goal is to study different variables in real-life field conditions which influence the exposure of workers to pesticides, and to create tools based on data analysis and exposure modeling that would allow reliable risk assessment in agriculture. Dr. Mandic-Rajcevic also works on International projects such as Modernet (identifying new and emerging occupational risks and diseases), International Classification of Diseases 11 (ICD 11) revision, the International Labor Organization diseases classification revision, pesticide authorization in Italy, as well as the health surveillance of agricultural workers in small agricultural enterprises in the Lombardy region. Dr. Mandic-Rajcevic is a member of SC on Occupational Medicine; Rural Health, and Occupational Toxicology. MAZLAGIC, Damir (USA) Damir Mazlagic is a Medical Director of Southcoast Occupational Health in Fall River, Massachusetts. Dr. Mazlagic earned his medical degree from the University of Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina in He completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, New Jersey (USA) in 2004, and both residency in Occupational and Environmental Medicine at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute and a Master's degree in Public Health from UMDNJ in He has been practicing occupational medicine in the USA since His special interests are blood-borne-pathogens exposure evaluation and management, tuberculosis screening (including use of blood Assays), immunization of health care workers, and best-practices in workplace wellness program implementation. He is a member of The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM). He would like to join related ICOH bodies, hear experience of colleagues all over the world and discuss regularly these and other specialty-related issues. MORTELMANS, Katrien (Belgium) Katrien Mortelmans is an occupational physician, insurance physician and general practitioner by background. In the last 10 years, she worked mainly on sickness absence and return to work issues. Katrien Mortelmans now works as Director of Research & Development for the Occupational Health Services Mensura in Belgium. Her interest goes to work disability, job insecurity and health, and OHS research and evaluation. NAVEROS, Javier (Argentina) Javier Naveros is founder and CEO of Praesens, a private consultancy company that operates since 1994, mainly in Argentina and Latin America, on wellness, occupational health, safety, ergonomics and environmental expertise. He graduated from the Medical College of Barcelo Foundation University Institute of Health Sciences. He also graduated as a specialist in psychiatry and magister in neurosciences at Maimonides University. He has training in health organization management, coaching, systemic therapy and practical philosophy. He is founder and Vice President of the Argentinian Association of Health Promotion, where he leads the initiative Wellness Checkpoint He is Director General of ADSUM Mental Health and Addiction Center, Contextum Mental Health and Addiction Organization, Consultant addictions specialist in AVRIL Clinic, Member of the Families and Couples Foundation, dedicated to family therapy. He teaches psychiatry and neuroscience at Maimonides University Mental Health and Neuroscience department. He is Director of the Addictions Diploma, a post graduate course at the Department of Mental Health and Neurosciences at Maimonides University. December

12 New Members Introduction NDLOVU, Ntombizodwa (South Africa) Ntombizodwa Ndlovu has a Masters in Biochemistry and is currently employed as a senior scientist at the National Institute of Occupational Health (National Health Laboratory Service) in Johannesburg, South Africa. She manages an autopsy compensation database (PATHAUT) which contains pathology findings on the cardio-respiratory organs of deceased miners and ex-miners who worked in South African mines. The database was initiated in 1975 and currently holds over records. She is also involved in several outreach activities aimed at increasing the awareness of autopsy compensation among miners, communities and stakeholders. Zodwa is registered for a PhD in the School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand. Her research investigates the use of routine administrative data for occupational disease surveillance. Specifically, her study evaluates PATHAUT and similar compensation databases as tools for the surveillance of occupational lung diseases, such as silicosis and pulmonary tuberculosis, in the South African mining industry. In addition to providing estimates of the burden of disease and disease trends, such data may inform the development and monitoring of interventions, particularly in resource-scarce settings. Zodwa was awarded a prize for the best student oral presentation at the ICOH congress in 2009 and is a recipient of one of the student awards for her poster presentation at ICOH NDEGWA, Onesmus (Kenya) Onesmus Thumbi Ndegwa is a Kenyan by Nationality. He works as an occupational safety and health officer and is currently a Senior Assistant Director of Occupational Safety and Health Services in the Ministry of Labour. He graduated from the University of Nairobi in 1980 where he was awarded with a BSc. Chemistry Major and Mathematic (Minor) degree. He also holds a Postgraduate certificate from the Aston University in the United Kingdom. He is currently working with the Ministry of Labour as a Senior Assistant Director of Occupational Safety and Health Services and has over 30 year experience in the field of Occupational safety and Health. Apart from carrying out the normal duties of administration of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, he has also headed a division that is in charge of the administration of Work Injury Benefits, and is currently in charge of the Kenya Occupational Safety and health Institute. Mr. Ndegwa has also collaborated with the International Labour Office (ILO)-Geneva in conducting an ILO designed OSH course for the construction industry as the Country Trainer. Mr. Ndegwa would like to collaborate with any individual or institution in the field of safety and health including training and research. NGUYEN, Ha Pham (Vietnam) Ha Pham Nguyen has been working as a national professional officer at the WHO office in Hanoi, Vietnam since August He has professional background of medical doctor, master of public management and economics. He is now on leave from his work in 3 months to prepare the PhD thesis at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. He works for the Workers Health Protection Project phase I during and phase II in For the new phase, the following results are expected to be achieved by 2014: i) Pilot models of basic occupational health services in construction, mining and chemical sectors; ii) An action plan on elimination of asbestos-related diseases to be developed and implemented; iii) A law on occupational safety and health to be developed and submitted to Vietnam National Assembly for approval by 2014/2015; and iv) Experiences and lessons to be shared with other countries in the region. He wishes to learn experiences and lessons from colleagues in other countries through ICOH Newsletter, on implementation of basic occupational health services in construction, mining and chemical sectors as well as development of action plan on elimination of asbestos-related diseases. NGUYEN, Thu Ha (Vietnam) Thu Ha Nguyen is working at the National Institute of Occupational and Environmental Health in Hanoi, Vietnam. She is a head of Dep. Psychology- Physiology of Work and Ergonomics. She became a Medical Doctor since 1993 and had a Master Diploma in Preventive Medicine from Hanoi Medical University in 2003 and PhD in Occupational Health. During 19 years working experiences in the field of occupational and environmental health, she has some researches about working conditions,stress, cardiovascular disorder, musculoskeletal disorder, occupational injury, ergonomics, health impact assessment. She also took research on toxicology at the School of Public Health. Recently she and her colleagues have been studying on effect of climate change, heat wave on workers and community health. She is very happy to become ICOH members. She hopes to have many chances to learn experiences from all of you and willing to share her experiences. If you have any request, please contact to her following address: NIIRANEN, Kirsi (Finland) Kirsi Niiranen is Training Planner in Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH). She is Master of Health Sciences (2007) and Occupational Health Nurse (2002). She is also PhD- student in Health Sciences in University of Eastern Finland. Her doctors thesis is in midway. Ms. Niiranen has worked in FIOH as a Researcher and since 2010 as a Training Planner. She has been Health Nurse since 1992 and Occupational Health Nurse in She has a long practical experience. Ms. Niiranen has worked, trained and supervised Occupational Health studies for multi-professional groups and worked with projects concerning Occupational Health Services and unemployed Health Services in Finland. Ms. Niiranen has published several publications in professional journals and few in scientific journals. She is also performing pedagogical studies. She is interested in the field of occupational and unemployed health services development, occupational health education and international co-operation. She would like to work at SC of Occupational Health Nursing. 12 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

13 OAKMAN, Jodi (Australia) Jodi Oakman is a senior lecturer at the Centre for Ergonomics, and Human Factors, La Trobe University. She is the coordinator of the postgraduate programs in Ergonomics, Safety and Health. Her PhD research was in the area of ageing workers and the extension of working lives. She is currently involved in a program of research concerning musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and improving risk management of these in organizations. This research includes examining the relationship between ageing workers and MSDs, workability, identification of physical and psychosocial hazards. A toolkit for risk management of MSDs is currently in draft form and will be evaluated in the coming year. Prior to joining the University in 2006 she was employed as an ergonomist for the FORD Motor Company, BOSCH and a range of other organizations. Jodi is looking forward to undertaking her role as secretary of the ageing scientific committee and working with others interested in this very important area in occupational health. She is keen to liaise with anyone who is interested in working with the committee in the area of ageing workers. PEREIRA, Laura (Uruguay) Laura Pereira Testa graduated from the College of Chemistry at the University of the Republic in Montevideo, Uruguay with a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. She has specialized in Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health. Since 1988, Ms. Pereira has worked developing the areas of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Toxicology at the Department of Toxicology and Environmental Hygiene of the Faculty of Chemistry, where she is currently an associate professor. The main area of research in which she participates, is environmental and occupational exposure to metals, being lead the main toxic metal studied. Multiple assessments are regularly done for companies and?institutions who so request it; including exposure evaluations to dust and solvents in different industries. Ms. Pereira has also a Master degree in Health Care services Administration, and has worked in the Social Security Health Care Service in the area of hospital pharmacy. She is willing to participate in the Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology of metals committees. SÁ, Eudardo (Brazil) Eudardo Costa Sá is a doctor with specialization and certification in occupational medicine by the National Association of Occupational and Ophthalmology by the Brazilian Council of Ophthalmology. He has a master of science at the School of Public Health, University of São Paulo, with area of concentration in environmental health and research line on OH. He acts as chief of occupational health service, medical advisor and visiting professor of specialization courses in occupational medicine, legal medicine and traffic medicine, deputy supervisor of medical residency program in occupational medicine at the University of São Paulo. He is also visiting professor of Santa Casa de Misericordia de São Paulo, Faculty of Medicine Jundia - São Paulo, and the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo. He is medical expert of the National Institute of Social Security. Dr. Sá is interested in field of Work and Vision, Education and Training in OH, Epidemiology in OH. SCHULTZ, Alma (South Africa) Alma Schultz s nursing career started in While working as a Junior Registered Nurse at Unitas Hospital, Pretoria in 1996, she stumbled across a fascinating field: Occupational Health. She immediately enrolled for her Occupational Health Certificate at the Pretoria Technicon. She realized that this is where her passion lies. Ever since 1997 she has worked in the field of occupational health at companies such as Behr Engine Cooling, PPC Hercules, ABI Midrand, Sasol Nitro, De Beers Cullinan, SAB, and OCSA (Occupational Care South Africa). She has also been an active SASOHN (Society of Occupational Health Nursing Practitioners) Pretoria member and was part of the executive committee for the Pretoria Branch. She completed her ISO 9000 and OSHAS lead auditor s course She obtained her master degree at the University of Pretoria in She is currently employed as a health risk assessor for all OCSA clients based in South Africa and surrounding African countries as well as assisting with internal legal compliance audits for OCSA occupational health clinics. She is now focusing on sharing her occupational health experiences and knowledge gained with her thesis with overseas countries. SHAMUSIDEEN, Kadri (Nigeria) Kadri Shamusideen is a notable Author, Publisher, Researcher, International Authority in Health, Safety and Environment and a well sort after speaker and specialist in HSE Competence Development, HSE system implementation and maintenance. He has a Post graduate diploma in Occupational Safety and Health in Workplaces from the International Training Centre of ILO, Turin, Italy and also trained at the University of Minnesota, School of public Health, USA, National University Commission, Abuja and University of Nigeria Nsukka. He is a member of Nigeria Institute of Safety Professionals (NISP), National Industrial Safety Council of Nigeria (NISCN), American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Nigeria Institute of Welding, Ergonomic Society of Nigeria, Nigeria Red Cross Society, American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and American Society for Occupational Health Psychology (SOHP)He is the Author of Safety Handbook for Engineering and Allied Professionals (2006) and Safety Handbook for South African Industry and other workplaces (2012). He was a former Principal Lecturer, Department of Health Safety and Environment, Gateway Industrial and Petrogas Institute, Ijebu Waterside, Ogun State, Nigeria. December

14 New Members Introduction Van RHENEN, Willem (Netherlands) Prof. Dr. Willem van Rhenen is Chief medical officer and member of the Executive Board at 365 B.V., one of the largest Occupational Health Services in the Netherlands. He holds the Chair of Engagement & Productivity at the Business University Nyenrode. He graded at the medical faculty of the University of Amsterdam and started to work as a resident in Lesotho (Africa) and the Netherlands. Early nineties he switched to occupational health care and was registered as an occupational health physician in In 2008, he obtained his doctoral degree with his dissertation From stress to engagement. He is (co-)author of scientific articles about occupational health, stress and engagement. Since 2009, Van Rhenen is also a member of the Dutch Chamber of Social Medicine and since 2010 he is Ombudsman for PostNL (formerly TNT). Willem van Rhenen has been guest lecturer and (keynote) speaker in the field of social, preventive and occupational medicine at several universities and at seminars, conferences, meetings and workshops for employers and employees. He has been a member of multiple task groups. Prof. van Rhenen is interested in the field of stress, positive psychology, engagement and occupational health services. WARINDA, Syvia (Kenya) Sylvia Warinda graduated with a degree in BSc. Industrial Chemistry in the year 2008 and currently pursuing a master s course in Occupational Safety and Health at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. She is also working with Resource Environmental Services Ltd as she gains experience in the occupational safety and health. She would like to pursue or further gain knowledge in occupational hygiene, air quality control and OSH in the oil and gas industry. Her other interest would be development of policies and legislation especially in the oil and gas industry in Kenya, training of stakeholders in OSH to inculcate a safety culture and finally risk assessments in various industries. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be an ICOH member. 14 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

15 Secretariat notification EDITORIAL The scientific communication is changing. The growing documents digitization and the web-based networking facilities have made the scientific contents more and more available and accessible. Several tools and services such as search engines, repositories and open access journals have improved the ways of searching and consulting scientific articles. Finally, subscription rates to the scientific journals as well as to single issues has sensitively decreased if compared to the past due to the availability of digital versions. Nevertheless, this scenario does not always result in an effective increase in accessibility, particularly if we think of those OSH professionals who cannot have access to institutional subscriptions since they are not employed within Institutional contexts or have already left the university system. For this reason, ICOH decided to provide a new service that allows ICOH Members in good standing to access to some of the most prestigious scientific journals at rates that might be discounted up to 80%. This service aims to make available for OSH Professionals, including the younger just out of education and those from developing countries, an easier and more affordable way to access to scientific journals contents in a large view of improving ICOH Member benefits. Furthermore, in view of developing an always wider and interactive network of OSH professionals, this new service represents an improvement of the ICOH web area, which is going to become a suitable integrated tool that promotes sharing of information and offers a direct and simplified access to both internal and external scientific resources. The purpose is to support ICOH Members in interfacing with the scientific community in a more comprehensive and systematic way, by proposing a continuous contents updating and fostering the Members capability to provide scientific contents suitable for the publication in a scientific context in a depth transformation. We wish that this service will be of your interest. SERGIO IAVICOLI Secretary General December

16 Secretariat notification BOX ON WEB PLATFORM The service proposed by ICOH has been presented during the ICOH Congress 2012 in Cancun and is already on-line in a web platform hosted on the Members area of ICOH website. Through the web platform ICOH Members in good standing may directly take advantage of the subscription with special rates (discount from 25% up to 80%) to the following journals: Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health; Archives des maladies professionnelles et de l environnement; La Medicina del Lavoro; Occupational & Environmental Medicine; Occupational Medicine; Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health. Furthermore, through the web platform Members may have a direct link to some open access Journals such as Industrial Health, (Safety and Health at Work), the Journal of Legal Nurse Consulting and Workplace Health & Safety (formerly AAOHN Journal). By clicking the button SUBSCRIBE AT DISCOUNTED RATE within the journals boxes you will have direct access to two different procedures to make your subscription (1): - as regards Occupational & Environmental Medicine and Occupational Medicine you will be redirected to a subscription form on the journals website dedicated to ICOH Members; - as regards the other journals you will be redirected to a form placed on the ICOH website that you can fill-in to send a preformed e- mail to the Journal s Subscription Service in order to require the subscription at the special price offered to ICOH Members. 1. Please note that discounts are available only by using these procedures. 16 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

17 ICOH National/Area Secretaries The number of ICOH National/Area Secretaries appointed is currently 44 and numerous new NSs are under process at the moment. We expect that the vast majority of the remaining countries will be finalized by the first quarter of next year. ICOH National Secretaries serve as an important link between ICOH and the ICOH members in the country. They are also key actors in attracting and recruiting new members to ICOH in their own countries. International Symposium that is being organized in one of the countries in the Region. The busiest years in this respect will be late 2013 and We are now in the process of collecting potential forums for these meetings. I would like to take this opportunity and thank all ICOH National/Area Secretaries for their efforts already in 2012, and look forward to continued successful collaboration in 2013! ICOH National/Area Secretaries are crucial in our efforts to also liaise regionally so that we organize at least one regional meeting of ICOH NSs in every continent. This is usually done in connection with some Suvi Lehtinen Vice President National Secretaries Name Country Name Country Name Country Claudio Taboadela Argentina Barnabas Biro Hungary Merete Bugge Norway Dino Pisaniello Australia R Rajesh India Laura Flores Paraguay Ilya Veyalkin Belarus Muchtaruddin Mansyur Indonesia Zhijun Zhou P.R. of China Nurka Pranjic Bosnia Herzegovina Thomas Donnelly Ireland Raul Gomero Peru Jose Carneiro Brazil Shlomo Moshe Israel Alvaro Durao Portugal Nicola Cherry Canada Leonardo Soleo Italy Liliana Rapas Romania Veronica Herrera Chile Seichi Horie Japan Martin Popevic Serbia Gloria Villalobos Colombia Irene Karanja Kenya Adriaan Combrinck South Africa Marco Garcia Saenz Costa Rica Jaehoon Roh Korea Leon Guo Taiwan Homero Harari Ecuador Rima Habib Lebanon Vera Ngowi Tanzania Mohamed Omaira Egypt Vilija Malinauskiene Lithuania Alp Ergor Turkey Ari Kaukiainen Finland Nicole Majery Luxembourg Paula Viapiana Uruguay Alexis Descatha France Arturo Juarez Garcia Mexico Bich Diep Nguyen Vietnam Hans-Martin Hasselhorn Germany Ljiljana Kezunovic Montenegro Dingani Moyo Zimbabwe Edith Clarke Ghana Judith Sluiter Netherlands December

18 Announcement of upcoming international conferences Sixth International Conference on Work Environment and Cardiovascular Diseases Time: March 2013 Place: Tokyo, Japan Organized by: Organizing Committee on Sixth International Conference on Work Environment and Cardiovascular Diseases Organized by SC: Cardiology in Occupational Health Conference theme: -Total prevention of cardiovascular diseases-from social, organizational, and clinical perspectives Website: Occupational and Environmental Exposure of the Skin to Chemicals (OEESC) Time: 2-5 June 2013 Place: Amsterdam, The Netherlands Organized by: Sanja Kezic & Swen Malte John Co-sponsored by SC: Occupational and Environmental Dermatoses Topics: Dermal absorption and exposure of chemicals in the workplace Dermal exposure to nanoparticles Contact dermatitis: epidemiology and prevention Website: EPICOH : Improving the impact Time: June 2013 Place: Utrecht, The Netherlands Organized by: Utrecht University, The Netherlands Organized by SC: EPICOH Topics: As occupational health professionals we strive towards safe, healthy and stimulating work environments with the ultimate goal to decrease the burden of disease and injury due to existing and emerging occupational exposures.but what have we achieved; what is the impact of our work; and how could we achieve our goal more effectively? These are the central questions we would like to address at EPICOH ! Website: 18 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

19 8th international conference on prevention of work-related musculoskeletal disorders Time: 8-11 July 2013 Place: Busan, South Korea Organized by: Korea Society of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Pusan National University School of Medicine. Supported by: Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency (KOSHA) Organized by SC: Musculoskeletal disorders Topics: Epidemiology and surveillance on MSD burden; Mechanism and models of injury; Work Organization, job stress and psychosocial aspects; Workload, etc. Website: Ninth International Symposium on Biological Monitoring Time: 9-11 September 2013 Place: Manchester, United Kingdom Organized by: Health & Safety Laboratory, UK Organized by SC: Occupational Toxicology Topics: biological monitoring, biological effect monitoring, occupational, environmental, biomarkers, risk assessment, epidemiology Website: ICOH SC Joint Conference 9th International Conference on Occupational Health for Health Care Workers International Conference on Occupational Health & Development International Conference on Occupational Health Nursing International Conference on Occupational Infectious Agents Time: September 2013 ~ Place: SENAC University Center Sao Paulo, Brazil Website: 21st International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time Time: 4-8 November 2013 Place: Sauipe Park, Bahia State, Brazil Organized by: Working Time Society/ ICOH SC Shiftwork and Working Time Sponsored by: BASF ~ Supported by: School of Public Health, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Co-sponsored by ICOH SC: Shiftwork and Working Time Organized by SC: Shiftwork and Working Time Topics: Impact of sleep disorders on occupational health, safety and performance; Fostering working time research into practice: concepts and tools for workplace management and regulator; etc. Website: December

20 Chairs and Secretaries of SCs Accident Prevention Chair : Keith Scott Secretary: Su Wang 14. Neurotoxicology and Psychophysiology Chair : Kent Anger Secretary: Eun A Kim 26. Shiftwork and Working Time Chair : Frida Marina Fischer Secretary: Stephen Popkin 2. Aging and Work Chair : Clas-Hakan Nygård Secretary: Jodi Oakman 3. Allegy and Immunotoxicology Chair : Mario Di Gioacchino Secretary: Takemi Otsuki 4. Cardiology Chair : Akizumi Tsutsumi Secretary: Jian Li 5. Education and Training in Occupational Health Chair : Frank Van Dijk 6. Epidemiology in Occupational Health Chair : Dana Loomis Secretary: Hans Kromhout 7. Health Services Research and Evaluation in Occupational Health Chair : Stefano Mattioli Secretary: Ira Madan 8. History of Prevention of Occupational and Environmental Diseases Chair : Michele Riva Secretary: Alfredo Navarro 9. Indoor Air Quality and Health Chair : Paolo Carrer Secretary: Peder Wolkoff 10. Industrial Hygiene Chair : Nils Plato Secretary: Lena Andersson 11. MEDICHEM Chair : Thirumalai Rajgopal Secretary: Diane Mundt 12. Musculoskeletal Disorders Chair : Yves Roquelaure Secretary: Sandra Brouwer 13. Nanomaterials Workers' Health Chair : Paul Schulte Secretary: Ivo Iavicoli 15. Occupational and Environmental Dermatoses Chair : Swen Malte John Secretary: Sanja Kezic 16. Occupational Health and Development Chair : Shyam Pingle Secretary: Diana Gagliardi 17. Occupational Health for Health Care Workers Chair : William Buchta Secretary: Gwen Brachman 18. Occupational Health in the Construction Industry Chair : Jean-Francois Boulat Secretary: Knut Ringen 19. Occupational Health Nursing Chair : Louwna Pretorius Secretary: Susan Randolph 20. Occupational Medicine Chair : Malcolm Sim Secretary: A.F. Lenderlink 21. Occupational Toxicology Chair : Maurizio Manno Secretary: Renata Sisto 22. Radiation and Work Chair : Fabriziomaria Gobba Secretary: Leena Korpinen 23. Reproductive Hazards in the Workplaces Chair : Pau-Chung Chen Secretary: Gunnar Toft 24. Respiratory Disorders Chair : Yukinori Kusaka Secretary: Rafael E de la Hoz 25. Rural Health: Agriculture, Pesticides and Organic dusts Chair : Gert Van der Laan Secretary: Claudio Colosio 27. Small-Scale Enterprises and the Informal Sector Chair : Paula Naumanen Secretary: Kristina Gunnarsson 28. Thermal Factors Chair : Hannu Rintamäki Secretary: Shin-ichi Sawada 29. Toxicology of Metals Chair : Lars Barregard Secretary: Roberto Lucchini 30. Unemployment and Health Chair : Jukka Vuori Secretary: Roland Blonk 31. Vibration and Noise Chair : Mats Hagberg Secretary: Renata Sisto 32. Women Health and Work Chair : Julietta Rodriguez-Guzman Secretary: Claudia de Hoyos 33. Work and Vision Chair : Ruddy Facci Secretary: Munir Gariba 34. Work Disability Prevention and Integration Chair : Glenn Pransky Secretary: Han JR Anema 35. Work Organisation and Psychosocial Factors Chair : Stavroula Leka Secretary: Judith Sluiter 20 ICOH Newsletter Vol.10 No.2, 3

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