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Occucon 2017 Oration


Speakers of Occucon 2017

Topic for Scientific Session for Occucon 2017
  • Accident Prevention
  • Aging and Work
  • Allergy and Immunotoxicology
  • Cardiology in OH
  • Collaborations
  • Networking and Partnerships
  • Developing linkages from research to practice
  • Disaster Management and Emergency preparedness
  • Education and Training in OH
  • Ergonomics
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response in Occupational Health
  • Epidemiology in OH
  • Health Services Research and Evaluation in OH
  • History of Prevention of Occupational and Environmental Disease
  • Integrated approach to Occupational Health
  • Hygiene
  • Safety and Environment
  • Integration of occupational health with primary health care
  • Integration of occupational health with workplace wellness programs
  • Quality of Life and life style issues
  • Integration of quality with OHSE: Integrated management systems
  • Indoor Air Quality and Health
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Legislative aspects of OHSE
  • Learning from Best Practices, etc.
  • Mind Fullness and Stress in Management in Workers
  • Mining Occupational Safety and Health
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Nanomaterial Worker's Health
  • Neurotoxicology and Psychophysiology
  • Occupational and Environmental Dermatoses
  • Occupational cancer, Occupational Health Nursing
  • Occupational Medicine
  • Occupational Toxicology
  • OH and CSR
  • OH and Development
  • OH for Health Care Workers
  • OH in the Chemical Industry (MEDICHEM)
  • OH in the Construction Industry
  • Promotion of mental health including work life balance
  • Radiation and Work, Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace
  • Respiratory Disorders
  • Rural Health: Agriculture
  • Pesticides and Organic Dusts
  • Safety Culture
  • Behaviour based safety and accident prevention
  • Shiftwork and Working Time
  • Small-Scale Enterprises and the Informal Sector
  • Thermal Factors
  • Toxicology of Metals
  • Unemployment
  • Job Insecurity and Health
  • Vibration and Noise
  • Women at work, Women Health and Work
  • Work and Vision
  • Work Disability Prevention and Integration
  • Work Organisation and Psychosocial Factors



It was in the steel city of Jamshedpur, in the year 1948, that three visionaries of industrial medicine as it was known then, nurtured an idea of establishing a National Scientific Forum where problems related to Industrial Medicine could be discussed. The visionaries were Lt. J.R.Kochar, Col. Najib Khan and Maj. R.C.Tarapore. It was through their relentless efforts that the Society for the Study of Industrial Medicine (SSIM) India was ceremonially inaugurated on 9th July 1948, with an initial founder membership of 28. At the very first meeting, these three doyens were elected as the first torchbearers of the organization.


The society, not been aimed as an exclusive origination of physicians working in industry, including safety engineers, personnel and welfare officers, occupational nurses and ESIS panel doctors. As a matter of fact, it was meant for all persons connected with promotion and maintenance of health and safety of workers engaged in all types of industries, railways, armed forces and other government and public departments. Further, the industrial establishments were also invited to be institutional members.


The society since then has grown steadily in stature and strength. From a mere figure of 28 to start with, our membership is now around 3000. This has been achieved by establishing branches all over the country. We have branches at Ahmedabad, Andhra Pradesh, Ankleshwar, Delhi, Dhanbad, Duliajan, Goa, Haryana, Jamnagar, Jamshedpur, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Mumbai, Orissa, Pune, Surat, Tamil Nadu, Thane- Raigad, Vadodara, Vidharbha, Vapi-Silvassa and West Bengal. With a view to enlarging the scope of activities and in conformity with the modern trend, the name of the society underwent a change in 1970, to its present name - Indian Association of Occupational Health (IAOH).



IAOH is committed to enable occupational health professionals to make India's work places healthy, safe and green —free from the ill effects of hazards, by evolving effective solutions; to be the nodal nongovernmental organization committed to attain highest standards of health in India by enabling stake holders, influencing policy makers and creating community consciousness.


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