International Conference of the European Forum of the Insurance against Accidents at Work and Occupational DiseasesAustria, Vienna
The aim of the conference is to consider the impact of the modern world of work on the accident insurance systems in fulfilling their tasks, from prevention and health at work to rehabilitation and return-to-work. To ensure a broad exchange of views, experts from different parts of Europe, as well as Asia and the USA have been invited to share their perspectives and best practice.
The third conference about "Wellbeing at Work" will be held in Copenhagen, from 26th to 28th May 2014 and is arranged by The National Research Center for the Working Environment (NRCWE). The conference aims to bring together state of the art knowledge from psychology, epidemiology, physiology, and occupational and social medicine to articulate a coherent research agenda on wellbeing at work that is able to capture the challenges at the labour market facing many Western countries.
NIDMAR, the National Institute of Disability Management and Research, provides several short online courses in May and June for people whose work responsibilities include assisting workers who have incurred disabilities with an early, safe and productive return to work. Check out the programme, the different modules and register online. For more information, please contact email@example.com
The 2nd Global Healthy Workplace Awards & Summit will take place in Shanghai, China, in April 2014. Attendance at the Summit is by invitation only with a handful of additional tickets to be sold on a first-come-first-serve basis. Application entries are now open (until 24 January 2014)! The GHWAwards are hosted by Global Knowledge Exchange Network in Health (GKEN), International Health Consulting, and i-genius, with the Cigna Foundation as lead sponsor.
On 3-4 April 2014, the first European Chronic Diseases Summit, entitled "Addressing the medical, social and economic burden of chronic diseases in the EU", will take place. It will focus on innovation, prevention and disease management strategies.
The IAWHP (International Association for Worksite Health Promotion) Summit is designed for executives, practitioners & students. The event will provide the business justification for establishing & maintaining a WHP programme as well as offer an understanding of the emerging trends in effective programming. Practical applications, case studies and best practices.
Expand and build on your obesity knowledge. Pick and choose from the rich and exciting educational programme including: award plenaries, new investigator awards, poster sessions, debate sessions, industry and non-industry symposia sessions, satellite events. Some of the most prominent thought leaders in obesity from accross the globe will be present at this event, organised by the International Association for the Study of Obesity (IASO).
International conference on "Human Economy - Sustainable Resource Management of an ageing workforce"Berlin, Germany
On 20-21 February, the ddn - the Demographic Network organises an interactive conference on Sustainable Resource Management. The conference focuses on 4 pillars to make yourself ready to change the working environment: plan for the future (sustainable HR planning), keep your employees healthy (workplace health), develop diverse career models (for older workers) and manage risks (knowledge transfer). To register, please use www.demographic-network.com - Flyer - Agenda
Work, Health, and Well-Being: Integrating Wellness and Occupational Health and Safety in the WorkplaceBoston MA, USA
Organised by the Harvard School of Public Health, this program is designed for professionals with direct responsibility for worker health and safety. Participants gain the skills necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of workplace health strategies, translate this evidence into practice, and implement these strategies to design health promotion and occupational health and safety programs. For more information, click on the link or contact Mr Peter J. Bretton at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Healthy Workplaces Summit will bring to a close the two-year EU-OSHA pan-European Healthy Workplaces Campaign on the topic of "working together for risk prevention", raising awareness of the importance of managment leadership and worker participation for improving health and safety at work. Since April 2012, the campaign has initiated and supported a wide range of activities at both European and national level to promote this important topic across Europe's workplaces. Draft agenda - description of workshops - practical information