WHWB will offer a course on Noise in the Workplace

WHWB’s Health Care group will offer an online course on Noise in the Workplace, beginning in February.  This course is intended for professionals (e.g. physicians, nurses, health and safety specialists) who deal with worker exposure to noise. Residents of Low and Middle Income Countries may apply for a scholarship to take this course at no […]

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WHWB at BOHS International Day 2021

WHWB participated in the British Occupational Health and Safety’s (BOHS) first International Day as part of their annual meeting. The day’s message was “Connecting the Minds, Creating the Future” by addressing the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Clink this link to listen to all the speakers or here to hear WHWB’s Jennifer Galvin

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OHS Training during the Pandemic

WHWB and partners have collaborated to continue OHS training during the Pandemic. OHTA and WHWB are two non-profit organizations in occupational hygiene that are perfect partners. Both are passionately committed to occupational health and safety (OH&S) training globally. A  key mission of WHWB is to share their OH&S expertise through training provided by their global

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Workplace Health Without Border Webinar

Taking Stock, Looking Forward: African Perspectives on Occupational Safety & Health  in the time of COVID Thursday, May 20, 2021, 10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, 3:00 p.m. West Africa Time (UTC 14:00) Register here COVID-19 has laid bare fundamental gaps in health at both policy and practice level in Africa. Workers in the informal sectors are the

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Training – Seventeen Countries, Three Languages, 48 Participants

Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB) partnered with OSHAfrica[1], University of Brasilia[2], IOHA[3], BECOH and the OHTA[4] to provide training in an alternative fashion. The pandemic has caused us to rethink our approach to training, often moving to 100% online due to the pandemic’s travel constraints. Using both synchronous (together) and asynchronous (on your own time)

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