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22 November, 2023
Psychologist and Organisational Research Analyst Monica Trezise is bringing her research and work in sustainable work design and climate anxiety to the World Congress. In this conversation, we explore with Monica, why she believes co-creation and collaboration with employees is key to good work design and addressing climate anxiety in the workplace.
21 November, 2023
In conversation, the first thing you notice about Dr Sven Timm is his enthusiasm for OSH communication and education, and his readiness to share his extensive OSH knowledge and resources created by DGUV and the ISSA.
20 November, 2023
In an enlightening conversation with Nioka Lowe-Brennan, the artist in residence at the World Congress, we explore her artistic journey, the influences that shaped her art, and the unexpected path that led her to painting. From family history to cultural connections, Nioka's work is a vibrant tapestry of emotions and experiences. Join us as we delve into the rich and colourful world she paints.
20 November, 2023
Tristan Casey is a scientist-practitioner whose passion is translating abstract and theoretical concepts into practical tools that have measurable impact. From his involvement in the LEAD Model project with Curtin University’s Future of Work Institute, to safety leadership, and now Wellbeing & Performance Director at Pitcher Partners, Tristan’s work in occupational safety and health (OSH) is guided by research, creativity, and innovation.
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.

23rd World Congress | Sydney, Australia

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