Retour sur le 31ème ICOH International Congress on Occupational Health (31 Mai-5 Juin, 2015, Séoul, Corée du Sud)Contenu disponible pour les abonnés Ajouter à la sélection
International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH), founded in 1906, is the oldest scientific association in the field, with more than 2000 members in 93 countries. ICOH is a NGO recognized by the United Nations and has a close working relationship with the International Labour Organization and World Health Organization. ICOH has 35 Scientific Committees dedicated to different topics of occupational health which meet every three year during an international congress on occupational health. In 2012, at the 30th ICOH congress, ICOH created a new Scientific Committee entitled "Nanomaterial Workers’ Health", recognizing a growing importance of nanotechnology and encouraging research and surveillance of nanomaterial workers’ exposure and health. The 31st ICOH congress (http://online.icoh2015.org/program/) received around 3000 participants from 60 countries. A large place was offered to presentations on the nanomaterial workers’ health and related topics, including 21 oral presentations spread into four specific sessions and seven posters. According to the content, there were three sorts of presentations: 1-State of the art reviews, 2- Assessment of nanomaterial exposure, and 3-Biological and health effects of nanomaterials.