Call for Papers
We welcome papers on any aspect of occupational hygiene, worker health protection and occupational or environmental health but are especially keen to see papers covering topics in the following areas:
• Radiation (IRR17)
Chemical / Biological Agents
• COSHH (Including Legionella)
• Chemical Safety (Product Stewardship)
• NANO Science
• Stress Management
• Mental Wellbeing / Resilience
• Human Factors
Occupational Hygiene Management
• Risk Management Strategies
• Legal Compliance
• Policy, Standards, Procedures and ISO45001 Implementation Techniques
• Practical Workplace Experiences
• Methods to Assess Control and Risk
• Occupational Hygiene Training
• Developing Tomorrows Future
• Future Challenges
Types of submissions
Platform Technical Presentations
Professional practice or scientific research based presentations. Usually 15-20 minutes plus limited time for questions.
Practical Experiences in the Workplace and Case Studies
Usually 10 minutes plus limited time for questions. Intended to be short, informal talks illustrating real world problems and how they were solved.
Designed to be interactive with a good degree of audience participation, workshops provide an ideal opportunity to discuss emerging hygiene issues and/or develop participants’ skills. Those willing to initiate and facilitate a workshop are encouraged to submit an outline proposal via the abstracts submission process using the Workshop Submission Form. Usually 75-90 minutes.
Deadline for submissions for the above abstracts – 12 October 2018
Posters are especially suited to reporting small studies, preliminary findings or projects with large data sets that are difficult to display in oral presentations. Posters must be on display for the duration of the conference.
Not for the faint hearted; IGNITE gives presenters the opportunity to deliver a 5 minute session on any suitable topic with a slide deck of 20 slides that auto advance every 15 seconds. The results are memorable.
Deadline for Scientific Posters and Ignite submissions – 28 February 2019
Submit your abstract online:-
Professional Development Courses
The PDCs will take place on Monday 1 April, click here to view what is available.