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Employee Health and Wellbeing Conference
Set against the backdrop of increased globalization, fluctuating business climate, stringent regulatory pressures and difficult workplace environments, the protection of worker health represents a considerable challenge. The economic downturn has downsized employee health systems and preventive infrastructures; which is making effective interventions at the workplace difficult. Held under the patronage of H.E. Abdulla Bin Khalid Al Qahtani, Minister of Public Health, the Employee Health & Wellbeing Conference aims at reducing the economic burdens of workplace injury and illness. Embedding the theme, “Global Action Plan : Protect Worker Health – Let the Business Thrive”; the conference program is designed to enhance professional capabilities of OH practitioners through peer-led interactive sessions, thought provoking debates, real-life case studies, and solution based masterclass. Officially supported by Supreme Council of Health and endorsed by ACOEM, AIHA, IPIECA, IRHC, Society of Occupational Medicine, Faculty of Occupational Medicine (RCPI), ICOH, RoSPA & IOSH, the conference promises to offer a rich selection of industry-leading education and debate on the following :- :Wellness Works and Prevention Pays :The Business Perspective Recent Developments in Occupational Medicine Cultivate Mentally Healthy & Resilient Workplaces Disability Management & Rehabilitation :Proactive Approach Pandemic Planning :Economic Burden of Illness Industrial Hygiene in Health Preservation & Promotion Remote & Rural Healthcare