Heat: a silent killer at work | The Future of Work Podcast (ilo.org)

Heat: a silent killer at workThe Future of Work Podcast (ilo.org) The rising temperatures associated with climate change mean that more people are experiencing heat stress at work. A recent ILO report, ensuring safety and health at work in a changing climate estimated that nearly 19,000 workers die annually because of excessive heat, and more than […]

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Research Impacts after IARC Classification of Silica Dust

ZPH Science Lunch “Research Impacts after International Agency for  Research on Cancer (IARC) Classification of Silica  Dust as a Known Carcinogen: Global Perspective” Presented by: David F. Goldsmith, PhD Via WEBEXJune 20, 20246:00 a.m. EDT, 10:00 UTC, 12:00 Vienna (Austria) The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) examined the animal and human evidence for

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Heat Stress Webinar

Heat Stress Webinar, June 13 Hello Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB) members and friends.  With climate change, many of us are dealing with how to protect workers as temperatures climb to unprecedented levels. Please attend our next free webinar on   Heat Stress June 13, 202410:00 a.m. Eastern DaylightTime (EDT)14:00 UTC2:00 p.m. GMT   Speaker: Dr.

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WHWB-UK Branch Update

WHWB-UK Branch Update Hello Everyone at UK Branch Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB-UK)      We invite you to look at the slides of our WHWB-UK Project updates as presented at the Branch & AGM Meeting on 26th September.  Below are fundraising links to some of our projects, plus other important links, and news:  WHWB-UK Project Links  

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The Saeed Awan Lecture

The Saeed Awan Lecture “Immersive Occupational Health: An innovative approach to reaching rural workers” Presented by: Dua Awan and Abdul Rehman Alvi, M.D On ZoomOctober 26, 20239:00 a.m. EDT, 13:00 UTC, 18:00 Lahore (Pakistan) Workers in traditional rural industries and international supply chains seldom receive much occupational health attention. Saeed Awan took this as a

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