The call for abstracts for the XXII World Congress on Safety and Health at Work is now open! We welcome contributions 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.
The Congress Programme will be dynamic and interactive, showcasing experts, thought leaders and innovators from around the globe and providing a great opportunity to share your experience and expertise internationally. We are looking for abstracts that directly relate to the Congress theme and topics.
How Can You Contribute Your Expertise to the Congress?
First, take a look through the First Programme Announcement, that sets out the ‘Congress theme, main topics and symposia sessions, and see how your work aligns.
Do you have projects, activities and results that you can present? Do you have case studies, practical tools, innovative ideas and solutions that you can share with the world? Are there individuals or groups that you can collaborate with to submit an abstract?
The Congress is a crucial forum for contributing your own experience and expertise to the topics that are currently most pressing to the global community. The best way you can contribute is to submit an abstract. Abstracts will be reviewed by scientific advisors, and poster presenters and speakers will be selected from abstracts.
- Abstracts can be submitted between September 15, 2019 and December 15, 2019.
- Poster presenters and speakers will be notified late Spring, 2020.
What is the Process for Submitting Abstracts?
Abstracts must be submitted online through the Abstract Submission Portal. To access the portal, click here. The Portal will allow you to set up an account and upload your abstract. It also contains all the instructions for submission. To download a copy of the instructions, please click here.
Do You Need Assistance?
For inquiries, contact the Speaker & Abstracts Manager at email@example.com.
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