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1770 Occupational health: from enforcement to prevention and rehabilitation
  1. HO Siong Hin1,
  2. A Darus2,
  3. A Hiddinga-Schipper3,
  4. M O’Halloran4,
  5. Park Doo Yong5,6,
  6. Yushi Fujita7
  1. 1International Association of Labour Inspection, and Commission for Workplace Safety and Health, Ministry of Manpower, Singapore
  2. 2Social Security Organization of Malaysia (SOCSO)
  3. 3Arbo Unie, Netherlands
  4. 4Health and Safety Authority, Ireland
  5. 5Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Hansung University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  6. 6Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency
  7. 7The International Ergonomics Association


Aim of special session To consider various aspects of occupational health enforcement, prevention and rehabilitation in a range of settings.

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