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First held in 1955, the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work is one of the largest international conferences for work health and safety. From 27-30 November 2023, it's coming to Sydney, Australia.

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Gain 2-month access to the world's largest international forum on work health and safety. 

Platform access applies from 27 November 2023 - 31 May 2024.

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The 23rd World Congress takes place 27 - 30 November 2023. Across the week, you can network and participate in workshops, forums, technical sessions, roundtable conversations and more. You’ll learn about emerging trends, develop skills to mitigate new risks and gain knowledge of work health and safety best practices.

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16 November, 2023
At the start of her studies, Patricia Helen Rosen was focused on occupational psychology, not emerging technology. However, her interest in Human Factors and Ergonomics led her to consider the use of AI-based systems and advanced robotics to improve workplace health and wellbeing. Today she is conducting research and developing knowledge at the German Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health on physical assistance systems like advanced robotics and exoskeletons that is centred on the human perspective.
16 November, 2023
For Helmut Ehnes, his passion for prevention began 35 years ago as a labour inspector with the German Social Accidence Insurance Institution and continues today through his work as the President of ISSA Mining and the Chairman of the VISION ZERO Steering Committee of ISSA. We sit down to discuss his clear and unwavering focus on prevention of harm and what Helmut Ehnes wants OSH professionals to know about collaboration, education and a mindset shift to VISION ZERO.
3 November, 2023
Joseph Orangias works for the Secretariat of the Industrial Accidents Convention in the Environment Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). His work supports countries in strengthening laws and policies to protect people and the environment from industrial accidents. He is representing UNECE at the World Congress to discuss crisis management in a rapidly changing world and to share information on UNECE’s work in follow-up to the 2020 Beirut port explosion and other industrial accidents.
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23rd World Congress

Join work health and safety professionals, business leaders, regulators, occupational hygienists, academics, and consultants from 27 – 30 November to ‘Shape Change’.

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