September 2019 (Toronto, Canada) — The call for abstracts for the XXII World Congress on Safety and Health at Work is now open! Don’t miss a chance to be part of the World Congress in Toronto, Canada from October 4-7, 2020. Taking place every three years, the Congress is the world’s largest event for the global health and safety community, attracting delegates from more than 150 countries.
We’re creating a dynamic and interactive programme
Check out our website to see what we are planning. Prevention in the Connected Age: Global solutions to achieve safe and health work for all, is the theme for the Congress. We will have an innovative and interactive programme featuring speakers on leading topics. The main topics for the Congress are:
- Innovations in addressing longstanding safety and health challenges
- Implications of the changing world of work for occupational safety and health
- Advancing a culture of prevention
Contribute your expertise!
The Congress is a crucial forum for contributing your own experience and expertise to the topics that are most pressing for the global community. We welcome abstracts that contribute to a broad range of topics related to the Congress themes and sessions. Come and share knowledge, innovations, and lessons learnt in your country, in your workplace, or research findings from your latest scientific work. Abstracts can be submitted in English or French between September 15, 2019 and December 15, 2019. They will be reviewed by scientific advisors, and poster presenters and speakers will be selected from the abstracts.
For more information about the theme, main topics, and symposia check out our website. You can also download the first programme announcement, register, and sign up for updates. Find out more about submitting an abstract by checking out our Abstract Submission Portal.
About the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work
The Congress is organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Social Security Association (ISSA) in partnership with Canadian hosts: the Institute for Work & Health (IWH) and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety (CCOHS).