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Motto Building a global culture of prevention for a healthy and safe future.

Main Topics I. Comprehensive, proactive and preventative approaches to safety and health at work II. Systems approach for occupational safety and health III. Social dialogue, partnerships and innovation on occupational safety and health IV. New challenges in a changing world of work and the global economy

World Congress Offers You Everything You Would Expect • Exchange: To provide a forum for the exchange of new information and practices aiming at the promotion of occupational safety and health. • Cooperation: To build and reinforce networks and alliances for cooperation and to strengthen partnerships among all those concerned. • Sharing: To provide a platform for the development of knowledge and sharing of strategies and good practices on occupational safety and health. • Expo: To measure the pulse of the sector by focusing on many current and pressing topics presented by speakers specialised in the OSH sector.

Official Website www.safety2011turkey.org Our website offers the most up to date information on the Congress, the International Film and Multimedia Festival, the hotels, transportation, social tours, technical tours and training courses, expo.

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INVITATION

XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work September 11-15, 2011 Istanbul, Turkey

On behalf of the Ministry and in cooperation with the International Labour Organization and the International Social Security Association, it gives me immense pleasure to invite you all to the XIX World Congress to be held from September 11 to 15, 2011 in Istanbul which is the capital of culture for 2010 and the cradle of civilizations for centuries. Working in a safe and healthy environment is among the most fundamental human rights of the working people in the world. Within this framework, the World Congress aims at contributing to ensure the sharing of knowledge and good practices in the field of occupational safety and health among developing countries, countries with economies in transition and developed countries. Once more it will be emphasized through the World Congress that occupational safety and health is also of utmost importance for both employees and society due to the process of economic change faced by the world in recent years. The XIX World Congress focuses on four main topics under the motto of “Building a Global Prevention Culture for a Healthy and Safe Future”: I. Comprehensive, Proactive and Preventative Approaches to Safety and Health at Work II. Systems Approach for Occupational Safety and Health III. Social Dialogue, Partnerships and Innovation on Occupational Safety and Health IV. New Challenges in a Changing World of Work and the Global Economy An OSH exhibition will be held alongside the Congress, allowing participants the opportunity to witness the latest OSH technologies available. The Ministry of Labour and Social Security would like to meet you all at a great, wellattended and fruitful event to be held in Turkey in 2011, that will give the opportunity to exchange information among occupational safety and health professionals, employers and managers, trade union representatives, policy makers, public administration authorities, insurance and social security institutions, manufacturers and importers, and all those interested in building a global preventive culture. Your participation in the XIX World Congress will be deeply appreciated. Please enjoy the many excellent sessions offered at the World Congress and take time to visit and explore Ýstanbul, a fascinating city built on two continents.

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XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

This XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work highlights the role of prevention as the keystone of effective strategies for a safe and healthy working environment and a sustainable future.

September 11-15, 2011 Istanbul, Turkey

As the world strives to weather the storm of the financial and economic crises, the goal of safe and healthy workplaces must also be an integral element of plans for recovery that prevent a downward spiral in labour conditions and for sustainable development. Occupational safety and health is first of all a matter of human rights and respect for human dignity - prevention strategies protect working women and men. For enterprises, societies and economies, productivity gains and reduced health care costs and demands on national social security systems are among the benefits to be had. Safe and healthy workplaces also go hand in hand with a cleaner environment. We hope that you will bring your knowledge, experience and good practices to this Congress so that together we can accelerate progress towards a truly global preventative safety and health culture. Senior professionals, employers, workers, legislators, government officials and all those committed to promoting occupational safety and health can draw on the experience of this Congress to give impetus to national action for improved OSH systems driven by the principle of prevention. As we focus on promoting a global preventative safety and health culture, we cannot ignore the OSH challenges of the informal economy, the major source of work in many countries and where the majority of workers lack any form of social protection. Decent work for all must also be safety and health at work for all. We look forward to your participation.

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XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work September 11-15, 2011 Istanbul, Turkey

Building a preventative safety and health culture is the responsibility of society as a whole. It is based on the recognition of safety and health at work as a fundamental human right and on the firm belief that every person should be granted the possibility to provide an active contribution to society in a safe and healthy working environment. However, although much progress has been achieved over the last decades, global safety and health conditions are far from satisfactory. Traditional as well as new risks, informal employment, migration and most recently the impact of the global financial and economic crisis have led to increased vulnerability of working populations across the globe. As a result, millions of workers and their families are suffering from the consequences of occupational accidents and diseases. Besides an immense human toll, poor working conditions also lead to huge financial costs with a negative impact on the development of both the economy and society as a whole. It is therefore evident that we must redouble our prevention efforts and seek new ways to ensure safe, healthy and productive working environments for all. The Seoul Declaration adopted by the first ever Safety and Health Summit during the last World Congress in the Republic of Korea, represents one of the most significant new approaches as it affirms that all actors in society must be mobilized and can contribute to the development of a genuine workplace prevention culture. The value of this historic Declaration has been demonstrated by the support that has since been expressed by numerous international and regional safety and health organizations as well as national institutions, social partners, NGO's and individual enterprises. The ISSA is therefore particularly pleased that the XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work "Building a Culture of Prevention for a Safe and Healty Future", ensures continuity and further progress in the development of this promising approach. The World Congress represents the most important global forum for safety and health experts and policy-makers alike. Your participation and contribution are crucial, as only through international exchange and knowledge-sharing, through partnerships and innovation, and through a joint vision and commitment we can build and sustain a global prevention culture as the basis for a safe and healthy future.

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Organizing Committee International Organizing Committee ILO • Seiji Machida, Director, Programme on Safety and Health at Work and The Environment SafeWork (ILO) • Valentina Forastieri, Coordinator, Health Promotion and Training Cluster, SafeWork (ILO) • Igor Fedotov, Coordinator, Occupational and Environmental Health Cluster, SafeWork (ILO) • Annick Virot, Coordinator, CIS Centers Network, SafeWork (ILO) ISSA • Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Secretary General, International Social Security Association (ISSA) • Walter Eichendorf, Deputy Director General, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV) • Olaf Petermann, Chair of the Special Commission on Prevention of the ISSA • Bernd Treichel, Project Manager, International Social Security Association (ISSA) MoLSS • Birol Aydemir, Undersecretary of MoLSS • Sýddýk Topaloðlu, Deputy Undersecretary of MoLSS • Kasým Özer, Director General of DGOSH, MoLSS • Ýsmail Gerim, Deputy Director General of DGOSH, MoLSS

National Organizing Committee Chairperson, Birol Aydemir, Undersecretary of MoLSS

Members Government

• Ministry of Health • Ministry of Forest and Hydraulic Works • Social Security Institution, MoLSS • Labour Inspection Board, MoLSS • Directorate General of Labour, MoLSS • Directorate General of Occupational Health and Safety(DGOHS), MoLSS • Occupational Health and Safety Centre (ÝSGÜM), MoLSS

Scientific Advisory Committee

• Rüçhan Iþýk, Chair, Bilkent University • Nazmi Bilir, Hacettepe University • Levent Akýn, Ankara University • Murat Gündüz, Middle East Technical University • Rana Güven, Coordinator, MoLSS

Coordinators of Congress Secretariat • Belgin Çaðdaþ, MoLSS • Umut Yüzer, MoLSS

Employer Organizations

• Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) • Turkish Confederation of Employer Associations (TÝSK) • Turkish Confederation of Tradesmen and Craftsmen (TESK)

Employee Organizations

• Confederation of Turkish Trade Unions (TÜRK-ÝÞ) • Confederation of Turkish Real Trade Unions (HAK-ÝÞ) • Turkish Confederation of Progressive Trade Unions (DÝSK)

Professional Organizations & Association

• Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects (TMMOB) • Turkish Medical Association (TTB) • Turkish Nurses Association • Labour Inspectors Association • Society of Public Health Specialists (HASUDER) • Turkish Thoracic Society • Turkish Ergonomics Association • OSH Services and Training Institutions Association • OSH Experts Association (ISGÜDER) • Architects and Engineers Group (MMG) XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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Take Advantage of Everything at the World Congress 1) Plenary Sessions Two plenary sessions will be held in the mornings of September 12 and 13, respectively, which will focus on the four main topics of the Congress: I. Comprehensive, Proactive and Preventative Approaches to Safety and Health at Work; II. Systems Approach to Occupational Safety and Health; III. Social Dialogue, Partnerships and Innovation in Occupational Safety and Health; IV. New challenges in a Changing World of Work and the Global Economy. Keynote speakers from all over the world will address these issues providing an opportunity to share recent experiences and good practices in the field of occupational safety and health.

3) Regional Meetings Meetings with a regional focus will be held to provide a forum for the regions to share experiences on OSH and to promote dialogue focusing on some of the most hazardous sectors at a regional level. Experts will evaluate national and regional challenges in implementing occupational safety and health, assess ongoing monitoring and evaluation activities and discuss common priorities for action.

4) Symposia : In total, thirty one symposia will offer a chance to gain an understanding of the current situation regarding safety and health as well as an insight into the future challenges.

2) Technical Sessions Technical sessions will also deal with the four main topics of the World Congress. They will be divided into six sessions held respectively by ILO, ISSA and MoLSS.

5) Speakers’ Corner The Speakers' Corner will be open during the lunch breaks. It is designed to contribute to the exchange of experiences among OSH practitioners, in a variety of safety and health areas.

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Take Advantage of Everything at the World Congress 6) Poster Sessions

9) Official Events

The poster sessions will be held throughout the Congress. They provide the opportunity to present research, good practice as well as other information by an individual or representatives of teams with an academic or professional focus on occupational safety and health. They combine text and graphics to make a visually pleasing presentation. The posters at the sessions will present general information and invite viewers to ask more detailed information from the presenters.

Official events such as the Opening Ceremony, Cocktail, Gala Night and Closing Ceremony are excellent opportunities to network with safety and health professionals across the world.

7) Training Courses We would like to kindly invite you to attend and benefit from the training courses to be held within the framework of the XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work. All participants who complete the online registration and pay the additional course fee of 50 USD (30 USD - local participant) will receive a certificate of participation issued by the training course organizers at the end of the course. Training courses will be delivered in English.

10) International Safety and Health Exhibition The Ministry of Labour and Social Security of Turkey is pleased to organize the International Safety and Health Exhibition in conjunction with the World Congress. Being part of such a dynamic event, the exhibition will showcase the latest technologies and products. As a World Congress participant, you will have the opportunity to access the exhibition which will be held from September 11 to 15, at the venue of the World Congress.

8) International Film and Multimedia Festival The International Film and Multimedia Festival is an integral part of the XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work. It will take place in Istanbul from September 12 to 14, 2011. The Festival offers an overview of films and multimedia productions from all over the world and provides an opportunity for participants to present their projects to a major group of influential international safety and health professionals. The Festival is organized jointly by the International ISSA Sections “Electricity” and “Information”. We cordially invite you to participate actively in the Film and Multimedia Festival. Your participation will substantially contribute to the success of this unique event.

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Official Events Opening Ceremony/Cocktail Sunday, September 11, 2011 16:00-18:00 Opening Ceremony 18:30-20:30 Cocktail The opening ceremony will take place in the Haliç Hall of the Haliç Congress Center. It will start with the speeches of highlevel representatives of the co-organizers and continue with the opening of the International Film and Multimedia Festival. Held immediately after the opening ceremony, the cocktail will be an excellent opportunity to network with your peers and colleagues.

Gala Night Tuesday, September 13, 2011 19:00 – 23:00

The Gala Night will be organized in a special location within the historical part of Ýstanbul. An exquisite night will be accompanied by high cultural performances to leave guests with good memories of this special event. In order not to miss this magnificent night, please do not forget to complete the respective section while filling in your registration form.

Closing Ceremony Wednesday, September 14, 2011 11:30 - 14:00 The Closing Ceremony will take place in the Haliç Hall of the Haliç Congress Center. A high-level representative will report on the progress on the Seoul Declaration. The Ceremony will include the highlights and major outcomes of the World Congress in particular, the follow-up to the implementation of the Seoul Declaration on Safety and Health at Work and the adoption of the Ýstanbul Declaration of Ministers of Labour, which endorses the Seoul Declaration on Safety and Health at Work. The programme will continue with a presentation by the organizer of the next World Congress. The ceremony will end with an awards ceremony for the International Film and Multimedia Festival.

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Monday September 12, 2011 Plenary Opening Session 09:00 - 11:00 Haliç Hall Chairperson: François Eyraud, Director, Protrav, ILO Speakers: - Birol Aydemir, Undersecretary, MoLSS, Turkey - Seiji Machida, Director, SafeWork, ILO - Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Secretary General, ISSA

Plenary Session [Topics 1 & 2] 11:15 – 12:15 Haliç Hall Chairperson: Rüçhan Iþýk, Bilkent University, Turkey Speakers: - Paula Risikko, Minister of Health and Social Services, Finland - Hawazi Daipi, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Singapore

Technical Session I 13:45 – 15:45 Galata Hall Theme: Benefits of Prevention Chairperson: Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Secretary General, International Social Security Association (ISSA) Speakers: Part I: Presentation of Different Approaches and Results on the Economic Benefits of Prevention: - Introduction Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Secretary General, International Social Security Association (ISSA) - World: The International Study on the Return of Prevention Walter Eichendorf, Vice-President of the International Section of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) for Research on Prevention, Deputy Director General, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany - America: Occupational Hygiene Programs: A Strategy for Demonstrating the Value to Corporate Executives Cord Jones, Principal, Mercer, Senior Leader, EU HSE Forum & Corporate Environmental Forum, Washington DC, USA - Europe: Economic Incentives in Occupational Safety and Health Tim Tregenza, Project Manager, Working Environment Information Unit, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, Spain - Benefits of Preventive Measures in Occupational Safety and Health BENOSH Project Marc de Greef, Executive Director, Prevent-Group, Belgium

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Part II : Looking into the Future - How to Extend the Concept of Economic Benefits to a More Holistic Approach Moderator: Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Secretary General, International Social Security Association (ISSA) Speakers: - Employer representative: Jan Twisk, Industrial Hygiene Leader, Dow Chemical, Terneuzen, Benelux - Worker representative: Nilton Freitas, Regional Representative of BWI for Latin America and The Carribbean, Republic of Panama - Accident Insurance representative: Gonzalez Gaviola, Superintendente de Risegos del Trabajo, Argentina - Labour Inspection representative: Jens Jensen, Director General, National Working Environment Authority of Denmark, Denmark - OSH Consultant representative: Bernd Siegemund, Managing Director, Team Prevent, Germany - Concluding remarks Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Secretary General, International Social Security Association (ISSA)

Technical Session II 13:45 – 15:45 Sadabad Hall Theme: National Systems Approach for an Effective Occupational Safety and Health Practice Chairperson: Michele Patterson, President, IALI Speakers: - Systems Approach to OSH - ILO Instruments and Experience Seiji Machida, Director, ILO SafeWork, Switzerland - Application of Systems Approach in OSH in Malaysia Johari Basri, DG of Dept of OSH, Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia - Systems Approach on Occupational Safety and Health - a Case of Malawi Nyangulu Hlale Kelvin, DG of OSH Department, Ministry of Labour, Malawi - The Joint German OSH Strategy – a Systematic and Co-operative Approach for the Improvement of Safety and Health in Germany Kai Schäfer, Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Occupational Safety and Health Section, Germany - Advancement in Systems Approach in Brazil Jofilo Mareira Lima, Executive Director, National Institute on OSH, Ministry of Labour, Brazil

Technical Session III 13:45 - 15:45 Haliç Hall Theme: Experiences from the Construction, Mining, Metal, Agriculture and Service Sectors Chairperson: Erhan Batur, MoLSS, Turkey Speakers: - Nazmi Bilir, Hacettepe University, Turkey - Thomas Kohstall, IAG, Germany - Simon W. Cristian, DuPont, USA - Tevfik Güyagüler, Middle East Technical University, Turkey - Joe Stough, Syntex, USA - Sedat Murat, Ýstanbul University, Turkey XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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Symposia Symposium 1 The Gender Dimension in OSH Policies and Practices ILO Venue: Sadabad Hall Moderator: Valentina Forastieri, ILO Gender and OSH Policies and Practice Some Experiences from the EU Elke Schneider, EU-OSHA, Spain Considering Gender Differences in Building Healthy Workplaces Evelyn Kortum, WHO, Switzerland

16:00 – 18:00 Symposium 7 Improving Occupational Safety and Health in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises ISSA Metal Section, ISSA Machine and Safety Systems Section and ISSA Section on Electricity Venue: Sütlüce-1 Hall Moderator: Hans-Jürgen Bischoff, ISSA Machine and Safety Systems Section, German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Raw Materials and Chemical Industry, Germany

OSH Policies and Institutional Models in EU Countries and Turkey Nefise Burcu Ünal, MoLSS, Turkey

Analysis of Current OSH Situation and Training Needs of SMEs: a Case Study for Turkey Abdulkadir Hiziroglu, Assistant Professor, Sakarya University, Turkey

Decent Work Country Programmes: Guidelines for the Integration of The Gender Dimension in OSH Policies Amelie Schmitt, SafeWork ILO

The 3 “e” to Support Workers Safety and Health: Education, Ergonomics and Equity – an Experience of Sesi, Bahia, Brazil Terezinha Fagundes, University Professor, Institute of Collective Health at Federal University of Bahia, Brazil

Tackling Gender Health Inequalities at Work by Use of Genderdisaggregated Data Eleftheria Lehmann, NRW Institute of Health and Work, Germany

Prevention Strategy in SMEs Patrick Laine, Head of Unit SMEs, National Research and Safety Institute for Occupational Accidents Prevention (INRS), France

Supportive, Inclusive and Equitable Health Strategies for Women in the Apparel Industry in Asia Judy Read Guernsey, CARWH, Canada

Safety and Health as an Element of Competitive Small Enterprises and Effective Workers – Example of Catering Trade and Tourism in Venice Roberto Montagnani, Occupational Physician, Ente bilaterale del Turismo Area Venezia, Italy

Symposium 4 Return on Prevention : An International Study ISSA Research Section Venue: Fener Hall Moderator: Peter Vavken, Vice-Chairperson of the ISSA Special Commission on Prevention; General Director of the General Institute for Insurance against Employment, Accident and Occupational Diseases (AUVA), Austria

Upgrade Programme of Moroccan Companies for Occupational Health and Safety Kenza Kahlain, Occupational Physician, National Institute for Working Life, Morocco

Calculating the International Return on Prevention for Companies Dietmar Bräunig, Justus Liebig-University Giessen and Thomas Kohstall, Institute for Work and Health of the DGUV (IAG), Germany

The British Safety Council Campaign for Young Workers and Small Businesses Paul Gordon, Policy and Research Manager, British Safety Council, United Kingdom

Prevention and Return on Investment: the Case of Manual Handling risk for healthcare workers Christian Trontin, INRS, France

Institutionalization of Social Dialogue in Ensuring Safety and Health Guarantees For Informal Workers in India Supriya Routh, Assistant Professor, The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, India

Case Studies on Cost Benefits of Ergonomics Interventions in MSD Prevention Rolf Ellegast, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the DGUV (IFA), Germany Health and Safety Smart Planner: a Cost-Benefit Tool for Workplaces Emile Tompa, IWH, Canada The Savings of Safety: Leveraging Safety Excellence for Business Excellence Simon W. Cristian, DuPont, USA

Presentation of the Website, Safety and Work in Small Enterprises – the Keys to Success in Small and Medium Enterprises. A New Internet Approach to Reach SMEs and Their Partners Andrea Rätzer-Frey, Prevention Department, Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Foodstuffs and Catering Industry, Germany

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Improvement of OSH Laboratories ÝSGÜM / AIDII Venue: Balat Hall Moderator: Ýsmail Gerim,Deputy Director General of OHS, MoLSS, Turkey

Occupational Health Services and Public Health Systems WHO / ILO Venue: Eyüp Hall Moderator: Ivan D. Ivanov, Global Occupational Health Programme, WHO Igor Fedotov, SafeWork, ILO

The Scope of Laboratory Analyses in Occupational Health and Safety Laboratories Ian Webber, Laboratory Accreditation Specialist, Independent Consultant, USA The Accredited Testing Laboratories of the AUVA Georg Effenberger, AUVA, Austria Proficiency Testing as a Tool for Comparability Improvement and Harmonization of Testing Results Jan P. Gromiec, Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine, Poland

Occupational Skin Diseases-Challenges and Opportunities for Linking Occupational Health to Public Health Systems Swen Malte John, Institute for Interdisciplinary Dermatological Prevention and Rehabilitation (iDerm), Germany Effective Mechanisms for Sustaining Preventive Role of an Occupational Health Service Thaís Helena de Carvalho Barreira, Ergonomist Researcher Fundacentro, Brazil

The Accreditation Process of an OSH Laboratory: ISGUM Neslihan Dimici, Occupational Health and Safety Center, Turkey

How to Establish the National Public Health Network on Occupational Health Services: Lessons Learned Jovanka Bislimovska, Institute of Occupational Health FYR of Macedonia

JISHA has been Improving its Activities and Work Organization Akiko Taguchi, International Affairs Center, Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association, Japan

Strengthening Health Systems to Address Occupational Health Risks in Selected South-East European Countries Rokho Kim, European Centre for Environment and Health, WHO Regional Office for Europe, Germany

The Contribution of OHS Laboratories in the Assessment of Chemical Risks in the Life and Work Environments Danilo Cottica, IOHA-Foundation Salvatore Maugeri, Italy

Health Problems and Health Services Demand among Workers in Informal Sectors in Indonesia Hanifa Denny, Graduate School of Diponegoro University, Indonesia

Symposium 11 The Roles of Social Partners in OSH Management Systems (with special reference to small and medium sized enterprises) MoLSS / TÝSK / TÜRK-ÝÞ Venue: Kasýmpaþa 4-5 Halls Moderator: Ömer Ekmekçi, Ýstanbul University, Turkey Ulaþ Yýldýz, TÝSK The Social Partners’ Contributions in OSH Management Levent Akýn, Ankara University, Turkey Improvement of Occupational Health and Safety Conditions at Construction Workplaces in Turkey Murat Gündüz, Middle East Technical University, Turkey JISHA OSHMS Standards Certification: How it Contributes to OSH Improvement Akihisa Shirasaki, JISHA, Japan Özcan Karabulut, Türk-Ýþ Basque Political Safety and Occupational Health in Small and Medium Enterprises Pilar Collantes, OSALAN, Spain

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Ergonomics and OSH Strategies in Relation to Governmental Activities IEA Venue: Kasýmpaþa-3 Hall Moderator: Ralph Bruder, University of Technology Darmstadt Institute of Ergonomics, Germany

Unions Make Work Safer, Trade Union Strategies for Tackling Unhealthy Workplaces ITUC Venue: Hasköy Hall Moderator: Anabella Rosemberg, Policy Officer, ITUC

Occupational Health and Safety Initiatives without Legislation. How to Get Interest from Business? Jan Dul, Chairman Department Management of Technology and Innovation Rotterdam School of Management, The Netherlands Communication Challenges Between Governments and Small Enterprises David Caple, IEA, Past President, Australia The Assessment and Management of Work Related Stress: An Integrated Approach According to the HSE Management Standards Sergio Iavicoli, Director of Department Occupational Health, INAIL, Italy Assessing Nigerian Government Regulation in Promoting Ergonomics and Occupational Health & Safety Practice Samson Sunday Adaramola, National President, Ergonomics Society of Nigeria, Nigeria

Overview of Trade Union Strategies for Tackling Unhealthy Workplaces Laurent Vogel, Director of the Health and Safety Department, ETUI, Belgium Union OSH Strategies in Latin America Marta Pujadas, UOCRA/CGT, Argentina International Trade Union Campaign on Eliminating Asbestos Use and Preventing Asbestos Diseases Fiona Murie, Director of Health and Safety, BWI, Switzerland Psychosocial Risks from a Unions Perspective Willem Van Veelen, Policy Advisor, Netherlands Federation of Trade Unions FNV, The Netherlands Shipbreaking: Where OSH and Organizing are Needed Most Kan Matsuzsaki, Director, International Metalworkers’ Federation Unions Strategies and Actions in Bangladesh Towards Making Work Safer Repon Chowdhury, Secretary (OSH and International Affairs), Bangladesh Free Trade Union Congress (BFTUC), Bangladesh

Ergonomics in the Swedish Law and the Government’s OSH Policies Christina Jonsson, Expert in Human Factors/Ergonomics, Swedish Work Environment Authority, Sweden Activities of a Specialist in Ergonomics inside the Belgian Federal Ministry of Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue Alain Piette, DG Humanisation du travail, Attaché, SPF Emploi, Travail et Concertation Sociale, Belgium

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Symposia Symposium 20 The Role of Labour Inspection on OSH IALI Venue: Sütlüce-2 Hall Moderator: Ho Siong Hin, IALI, Singapore Measuring the Performance of OSH Inspectorates Nils-Petter Wedege and Helen Toisine, International Consultants Inspection and Prevention (Optimizing Labour Inspection’s Impact on Enterprise Prevention Culture Through Integration) Wolfgang F. von Richthofen, International Consultant on Labour Inspection/Protection, IALI, France Better Health and Safety for Suppliers – the Role of Labour Inspection Gerd Albracht, International Consultant on Labour Inspection/Protection, IALI, France The Effect of the Act on OSH Enforcement on Official Enforcement Carried by Inspectorate Authorities Jorma Lappalainen, Senior Adviser, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Lessons Learned from the Finance Crisis for OSH Risk Assessment Paul Weber, Secretary General IALI and Director of ITM, Luxembourg The Importance of Empathy in Labour Inspection System Uður Koç, Labour Inspection Board, MoLLS, Turkey

16:00 – 18:00 Symposium 23 The Implementation of the Seoul Declaration on Safety and Health at Work KOSHA Venue: Kasýmpaþa 1-2 Halls Moderator: Bae, Gye-Wan, Secretary General KOSHA, Korea Welcome and Opening Remarks, and; Introducing the Main Participants Hun Ki Baek, President of Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA), Korea Activities and Accomplishment on Implementation of the Seoul Declaration Seiji Machida, Director, SafeWork, International Labour Organization (ILO) Summary and Evaluation on the Follow-up of the Seoul Declaration Hans-Host Konkolewsky, Secretary General, International Security Association (ISSA) Endorsement and Implementation of the Seoul Declaration since its Signature in 2008 Kasým Özer, Director General, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey The Role of Trade Unions in Promoting Safety and Health at Work Raquel Gonzalez, Director of the International Trade Union Confederation, Belgium How the Objectives of the Seoul Declaration can be Promoted/Institutionalised Pedro Tomas Pino Perez, Director General of Canary Island Government, Spain Safety and Health and the Social Dialogue in Brazil Domingos Lino, Director of the Ministry of Social Security, Brazil Vietnam’s Implementation of the Seoul Declaration on Promoting Safety and Health Culture at Work Bui Hong Linh, Vice Minister of Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, Vietnam Sustaining World-Class Safety Performance Robert S. Krzywicki, DuPont, USA Ways to Continue Promoting a Global Preventative Culture Relating to the Seoul Declaration Hans-Joachim Wolff, Chair of the Governing Committee of the German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany Future Plan for Continuing the Implementation of the Seoul Declaration Gye-Wan Bae, Secretary General of Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA), Korea

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Tuesday September 13, 2011 Plenary Session [Topics 3 & 4] 09:00 - 10:00 Haliç Hall Chairperson: Philippe Conus, Director Suva Lausanne, ISSA Treasurer Speakers: - Judith Hackitt, HSE, United Kingdom - Jukka Takala, EU-OSHA, Spain

Technical Session IV 10:15 - 12:15 Haliç Hall Theme: OSH Services and Management Systems in SMEs Chairperson: Sameera Al-Tuwaijri, World Bank, USA Speakers: - Sýddýk Topaloðlu, MoLSS, Turkey - Kazutaka Kogi, ICOH, Japan - Joan Benach, USA - Mahmut Ekþioðlu, Boðaziçi University, Turkey - Yusuf Alper, Uludað University, Turkey - Ahmet Cevat Acar, Ýstanbul University, Turkey

Technical Session V 10:15 - 12:15 Galata Hall Theme: Social Dialogue, Partnership and Innovation in Occupational Safety and Health Chairperson: Judith Hackitt, Health and Safety Commission, UK Speakers: - Prevention of Work-related Stress Needs Shop Floor Initiatives and Obligatory Regulation Klaus Pickshaus, IG Metall, Germany - Occupational Health and Safety at the Core of the Social Policy of Veolia Environment Antoine Frérot, Veolia Environment, France - Tripartite Social Dialogue on Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Sector Maria Narducci, Labour Inspectorate, Ministry of Labour, Uruguay - Ten Years of Positive Results in Safety and Health at Work by Means of Coordinated Policies with Social Agents Concepción Pascual Lizana, INSHT, Ministry of Labour, Spain - Building Social Dialogue and Local Capacity in Occupational Safety and Health in CIS Countries Wiking Husberg, ILO Decent Work Team for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Moscow

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Technical Session VI 10:15 - 12:15 Sadabad Hall Theme: The Role of Prevention in Managing the Risks and Opportunities of Demographic Change Chairperson: Peter Vavken, Vice-Chairperson of the ISSA Special Commission on Prevention, General Director of the General Institute for Insurance against Employment Accidents and Occupational Diseases (AUVA), Austria Speakers: - Keynote Jorma Rantanen, Chairman of the Board, University of Jyväskylä, Finland - Preventing Risks to Young Workers as Seen in Initiatives in European Workplaces Sarah Copsey, Project Manager of Work Environment Information Unit, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), Spain - ENETOSH- Implementing OSH into Lifelong Learning Ulrike Bollmann, ENETOSH, Project Coordinator, Institute for Work and Health of the DGUV (IAG), Germany - Demographic Change in the World of Work: Challenges for Prevention Sigfried Sandner, ISSA Special Commission on Prevention, Switzerland - Demographic Change and Work Ability/Employment (Fit for the Future - the Austrian Programme to Maintain Work Ability) Irene Kloimüller, Head of the Programme ‘‘Fit for the Future - Sustaining Employability, AUVA, Austria - Abloy’s Age Master Programme Kari Härkönen, Former Vice President Operations, Abloy Oy, Finland Worker Representative Fiona Murie, Building and Woodworkers International Social Insurance Representative Gerhard Kraus, ISSA Special Commission on Prevention Occupational Physician, German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Energy Textile, Electrical and Media Production Sectors (BG ETEM), Germany Final Remarks Peter Vavken, Vice-Chairperson of the ISSA Special Commission on Prevention (ISSA), General Director of the General Institute for Insurance Against Employment Accidents and Occupational Diseases (AUVA), Austria

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Regional Meetings REG 1 / Regional Meeting ALO Arab Labour Organization Venue: Hasköy Hall Chairperson: HE. Ahmed Luqman, Arab Labour Organisation Speakers: Khalil Abo Khurma Arab Labour Organization Rania Rushdie Arab Labour Organization/Arab Institute for OSH, Syria Dina Said Arab Labour Organization Mohammad Hussein Emirates Aluminium, United Arab Emirates Loubna Tahri National Institute for Working Life (INCVT), Morocco

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13:45 - 15:45 REG 2 / Regional Meeting ALASEHT Latin American Association of Safety and Health at Work Venue: Balat Hall Chairperson: Renan Alfonso Rojas Gutierrez, ALASEHT, Colombia Speakers: Roger Marks National Safety Council, USA Jose Ignacio Villanueva Ministry of Labour, Mexico Maria Lourdes Medina Escobar Technological Institute, Costa Rica Enrique Perez Mendoza Ministry of Labour, Chile Dagoberto Rojas ILO Project on the Modernization of the Sugar-Cane Industry, Mexico Renan Alfonso Rýjas Gutierrez Colombian Safety Council

REG 3 / Regional Meeting INRS French Speaking African Countries Venue: Sütlüce- 1 Hall Chairperson: Stephane Pimbert, INRS, France Speakers: M. Abdeljalil El Kholti National Institute for Working Life Conditions and Work (INCVT), Morocco Habib Nouaigui Tunisian Occupational Health and Safety Institute (TOSHI), Tunisia Gisele Rakotovao Ministry of Public Health, Madagascar Gabriel Ousmane Moussa IAPRP (Association of the Social Security Funds of French Speaking Sub-Saharan Africa) and National Social Security Fund of Benin, Benin Victor Akogbekan, FSS, UAC Benin

Javier Parga Ministry of Labour, Colombia

REG 6 / Regional Meeting ASEAN OHSNET Best Practices on OSH in Asia Venue: Sütlüce- 2 Hall Chairperson: Ma. Teresita S. Cucueco, Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC), Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE) and ASEAN OSHNET Executive Secretariat, Philippines Speakers: Leng Tong DOSH, MLVT, Cambodia Shi Yanping State Administration of Work Safety, China Silas Sng Deputy Executive Director, Workplace Safety and Health Council, Singapore Karnchana Karnviroj BOSH, MOL, Thailand Vu Nhu Van Acting Director-General, Bureau for Safe Work, Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, Viet Nam Tsuyoshi Kawakami ILO SafeWork, Switzerland

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REG 4 / Session 1 The Role of Labour Inspection in OSH Venue: Sadabad Hall Moderator: Vedat Reha Mert, MoLSS, Turkey Zeki Kömürcü, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey Iain Anderson, Çayeli Copper Enterprises, Turkey Karl Heinz Noetel, German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Building Trade, Germany Muhammed Ýkbal, Mine Labour Inspector, Pakistan Luiz Sergio Brandao Oliveira, Ministry of Labour, Brazil

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Nanotechnology: Benefits and Risks ISSA Chemistry Section, NIOSH, UNITAR, IFA Venue: Hasköy Hall Moderator: Thomas H. Brock, BGRCI, Germany Raymond Vincent, National Research and Safety Institute for Occupational Accidents Prevention (INRS), France Nanotechnology: A Review to Risks and Safety Implementation Erdem Babaarslan, ÝSGÜM, Turkey

Primary Prevention in Basic Occupational Health and Safety Services at the Workplace ICOH/ ISSA Health Section Venue: Sadabad Hall Moderator: Toru Itani, ICOH, Japan John Henshaw, Henshaw and Associates Inc., USA

A Brief Overview of Lessons Learned in Knowledge Translation: A Focus on Nanotechnology Max R. Lum, National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety(NIOSH), USA AUVA Study: Nanotechnology – Exposure Profile in Industrial Sectors Producing and Utilizing Nanoparticles and Nanotubes, Toxicological Effects on Human Cells Eva Valic, AUVA and Alexander Graff, ÖSBS , Austria Global Perspectives and Capacity Building Craig Boljkovac, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Switzerland Risks at the Workplace Myriam Ricaud, National Research and Safety Institute for Occupational Accidents Prevention (INRS), France Protection Measures: the STOP strategy Markus Berges, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the DGUV (IFA), Germany Perspectives in Research and Prevention in Nanotechnology Wilfrid Strauss, National Research and Safety Institute for Occupational Accidents Prevention (INRS), France Steps to Harmonization: a History and Overview Rex Hoy, CEO of Safe Work Australia, Australia Work Health and Safety Harmonization in Australia: a Union Perspective Michael Borowick, Australian Council of Trade Unions, Australia

Symposium 6 The Three Life Cycles of the Construction Industry ISSA Construction Section Venue: Kasýmpaþa 1-2 Halls Moderator: J.M. Warning, ISSA Construction Section Reducing Occupational Risks All Along the Construction Life Cycle Gérard Ropert, General Manager of CRAMIF, ISSA Construction Section, France Declaration of Brussels Carl Heyrman, Vice-chairperson of the ISSA Construction Section, Belgium 30th International Symposium of the ISSA Construction Section:Strategies for Integrating Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Process Knut Ringen, Senior Science Advisor, Center for Construction Research and Training, USA An Approach to Design Safety Analysis For Smaller-scale Construction Projects Ciaran McAleenan, Expert Ease International, Ireland Recent Developments in Occupational Health and Safety Field in Vocational High Schools Fahri Özbudun, Ministry of Education, Turkey XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

The New Moroccan Project for Promoting Occupational Safety and Health Abdeljalil El Kholti, National Institute for Working Life, Morocco Group Occupational Health Service(GOHS) System in Korea and Application of Participatory Action Oriented Approach to Small & Medium-sized Enterprises Kuck Hyeun Woo, Soonchunhyang University, Korea An Implementation of Primary Prevention in Participatory Oriented Action Training (PAOT) in Occupational Health and Safety Services in Vietnam Toai Phuong Nguyen, Can Tho Medical College, Vietnam The Resurgence of Occupational Hygiene: Growing the Profession and Creating a Safer Global Workforce John Henshaw, Henshaw and Associates Inc., USA Lasting Culture of Prevention Through Specialists in Occupational Medicine in Germany Wolfgang Panter, VDBW, Germany Addressing Inequality in Occupational Health: Integrating Occupational Health Services in Primary Health Care in Latin America and the Caribbean Orielle Solar, Greds-Emcoment, Chile

Symposium 13 Subcontracting, Outsourcing and Their Impact on OSH Turkish Society of Public Health Specialist (HASUDER) / Association of Labour Inspectors Venue: Balat Hall Moderator: Mustafa N. Ýlhan, HASUDER, Turkey The Challenge for OSH of Temporary Agency Work Bernhard Brückner, IALI Vice President, Ministry for Social Affairs of the State of Hesse, Germany Subcontracting Concerning Occupational Health and Safety Þeref Özcan, Labour Inspector of Ministry, Association of Labour Inspectors, Turkey Subcontracting /Outsourcing in Health Care Services and It Effects to Occupational Health and Safety Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Gazi University Faculty of Medicine Department of Public Health & Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Turkey Subcontracting and Problems of OHS Organizations Aydýn Baþbuð, Gazi University Faculty of Economics and Industrial Relations, Department of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Turkey Subcontracting as an Occupational Risk Factor Raquel Calveras Auge (Labour Inspector) Spanish, National Institute for Safety and Hygiene at Work, Spain 20


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International Partnership in OSH Training SESRIC / ÝSGÜM Venue: Kasýmpaþa- 3 Hall Moderator: M. Fatih Serenli, Fuat Sezgin, Research Foundation for the History of Science in Islam, Turkey Crossing Borders: How to Ensure the Effectiveness and Evaluation of Admissions to the Ministry of Health Occupational Sustainability of OSH Training Diseases’ Hospital in Turkey Ulrike Bollmann, Institute for Work and Health of the DGUV Hýnç Yýlmaz, Occupational Diseases’ Hospital, Ministry of (IAG), Germany Health, Turkey International Partnerships in OSH Training: Maximizing Combined Is Occupational Lead Exposure Still a Problem? Strengths Hande Gürer Orhan, Ege University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Janet Froetscher, NSC, USA Department of Toxicology, Turkey Training - an Essential Part of The Prevention Approach INAIL Activities about Health and Safety in Site Reclamation Tim Tregenza, EU-OSHA, Spain Simona Berardi, Italian Workers’ Compensation Authority (INAIL)- ex National Institute for Occupational Safety and ISGUM - SESRIC Collaboration as a Model for Regional Partnership Preventive (ISPESL), Department of Production Plants and in the Field of Occupational Health and Safety Anthropic Settlements (DIPIA), Italy Nihat Eðri, ÝSGÜM, Turkey

Chemical Exposures and Occupational Diseases Ministry of Health (Ankara Occupational Diseases Hospital) / Turkish Society of Toxicology (TST) Venue: Eyüp Hall Moderator: Ali Esat Karakaya, Gazi University,Turkey

The New OEL Proposed for Chromium (VI) and Compounds Mounia El Yamani, French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety, France

Using Modern Educational Techniques to Achieve Higher Levels of Awareness in Occupational Safety and Health David Gold, Gold-Knecht Associates, Switzerland

Opportunities and Obstacles in Collaboration in Occupational An International Perspective on Occupational Safety and Health Health Between Developed and Developing Countries Training Kai Savolainen, Department of Industrial Hygiene and Felix Martin Daza, International Training Centre of the ILO, Italy Toxicology, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland A Global View of Safety: Putting Technology to Work to Protect more People from more Hazards Symposium 24 Thomas G. Powell, DuPont, USA Monitoring and Evaluation on OSH: Quantitative and Symposium 28 Qualitative Indicators FIOH Successful Participatory Practices to Improve Health and Venue: Fener Hall Safety Moderator: Hannu Anttonen, FIOH IEA/ ICOH Max R. Lum, NIOSH Venue: Sütlüce- 2 Hall Development of Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation in Moderator: Andrew S. Imada, President, International Ergonomics Association, USA Workplace Health Promotion and Prevention Karl Kuhn, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health SafeWork Programme (BAuA), Germany Valentina Forastieri, ILO SafeWork, Switzerland Indicators to Assess the Impact of Supranational OSH Strategies Participatory Strategies in Reducing Injuries in Laboratories Lothar Lissner, Institute for International Research, Development, Ira Janowitz, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, USA Evaluation and Consulting, Germany Networking for Facilitating Participatory Practices to Improve Health and Safety in Small-Scale Workplaces Developing Profiles and Indicators in Prioritizing National Ton That Khai, ICOH Max Lum, NIOSH, USA Participatory Approach to Improving Coffee Harvesting in Indicators of OSH and Well-being at Work in Workplace Level Nicaragua Hannu Anttonen, Director, FIOH, Finland Barbara Silverstein, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries, USA Economical Indicators and Social Responsibility Using the Employee’s Know How of Near Accidents and Health Guy Ahonen, Director, FIOH, Finland Risks at Work Frank Wattendorff, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany Global Indicators on Evaluation of OSH Jukka Takala, Director, EU-OSHA, Spain Participatory Strategies to Improve OSH Toru Yoshikawa, Institute for Science of Labour, Japan XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work 21


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Symposia Symposium 29 Designing out the Risk: Identifying Risks and Opportunities in Design IOSH Venue: Sütlüce-1 Hall Moderator: Malcolm McIntyre, Mclntyre, Senior Health and Safety Manager, Lend Lease, Scotland Influence of Communications & Competences David Evans, UK Incorporating Health & Safety in Design - Building Teams (the UK and Global Perspective) Paul Popescu, Lend Lease, UK Opportunities to Improve Health and Safety in Designs Within Eastern Europe and Russia Case Study Derran Williams, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, UK Redesigning Maintenance Management Systems to Deliver Improved Business and Safety Performance: a Heavy Engineering Case Study Rakesh Maharaj, Managing Director, ARMSA Consulting, UK

Symposium 30 Perspectives for the Elimination of Asbestos-Related Diseases OSHRI, KOSHA Venue: Kasýmpaþa-4 Halls Moderator: Seong-Kyu Kang,Occupational Safety and Health Research Institute (OSHRI), Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA), Korea

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Symposium 31 The Four Pillars Model of Accident Prevention in Austria AUVA Venue: Kasýmpaþa-5 Hall Moderator: Peter Vavken, Vice-Chairperson of the ISSA Special Commission on Prevention; General Director of the General Institute for Insurance against Employment Accident and Occupational Diseases (AUVA), Insurance Against Accidents at Work and Occupational Diseases in Austria Peter Vavken, AUVA, Austria The Portfolio of AUVA Prevention Karl Körpert, AUVA-HUB, Austria How Patients Benefit from Highly Sophisticated Trauma Care in the Austrian Workers’ Compensation Board Patrick Weninger, Trauma Hospital Lorenz Boehler, Austria The Austrian Asbestos Screening Program Barbara Machan, Eva Valic, AUVA, Austria Cost-Benefit-Analysis as a Tool for the Derivation of Prevention Priorities from Liability Cases Klaus Wittig, AUVA, Austria Analysis of Accident Cause and Redress and their Use in Prevention Gunter Seebacher, AUVA, Austria Balance Training for the Reduction of Occupational Accidents, the Application in the Prevention and Rehabilitation Michaela Strebl, AUVA HUB, Austria

Maximizing the Future of Community Building: A Case Study in How New Media Opportunities can be Used to Significantly Advance Worker Safety and Health Linda Reinstein, ADAO, USA ILO Action to Eliminate of Asbestos-Related Diseases Igor Fedotov, ILO, Switzerland The Role of WHO in the Elimination of Asbestos-Related Diseases Ivan Ivanov, WHO, Switzerland Asbestos Use, Occupational Exposure and Malignant Mesothelioma in Korea Daehee Kang, Seoul National University, Korea Activities at OSHRI, KOSHA Towards Elimination of AsbestosRelated Diseases Seong-Kyu Kang, KOSHA, Korea

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Wednesday September 14, 2011 Symposia

09:00 - 11:00

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Occupational Safety and Health in Agriculture ISSA Agriculture Section Venue: Balat Hall Moderator: Piotr Glowka, ISSA Agriculture Section

The Implementation of the Model “From School to Work” in Different Countries ISSA Education and Training Section Venue: Kasýmpaþa-3 Hall Moderator: Philippe Jandrot, National Research and Safety Institute for Occupational Accidents Prevention (INRS), France

European Guide on The Protection of Workers in Agriculture Pedro Delgado Cobos, National Institute for Safety and Hygiene at Work, Spain Children Safety in Agriculture Filomena Teixeira, Act-Authority for Working Conditions, Portugal Health Promotion in Agriculture Johann Spiess, Insurance Institution for Farmers, Austria Protection of the Skin (your skin - the most important 2 m² of your life) Martin Hartenbach, German Association of the Agricultural Social Insurance, Germany Safe Operation of Machinery - Machines Show Their Teeth Rudy Burgherr, BUL, Prevention Agriculture, Switzerland Integration of Health and Security in Agricultural Education Eric Van Daele, MSA, France Vibration Values of Chainsaws Powered by Engines with Different Power Levels Fazilet N. Alayunt, Ege University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Agricultural Machinery, Turkey

The German Concept of "Good Healthy School" Jutta Busch, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany The Implementation of the Model “From School to Work” in Spain Mercedes Tejedor , INSHT, Spain British Safety Council Campaign for Young Workers Paul Gordon, British Safety Council, UK The French Partnership for Teaching Health and Safety at Work Laurent Theveny, National Research and Safety Institute for Occupational Accidents Prevention (INRS), France Social Status and Health of Adolescents at an Early Labour Activity Shahla Balayeva, Azerbaijan Medical University, Azerbaijan

Prevention and Occupational Safeness in Polish Agriculture Kasa Rolniczego Ubezpieczenia Spotecznego (KRUS), Poland

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Symposia Symposium 10: Emerging Risks and Occupational Diseases Turkish Medical Association (TTB) Venue: Fener Hall Moderator: Bülent Aslanhan,Turkish Medical Association, Turkey Working Conditions and Musculoskeletal Pain: Is There a Relationship/Association with Overweight? Angela Maria Campos Santana, Federal University of Vicosa, Brazil

09:00 - 11:00 Symposium 9: Challenges of Integrating Basic Occupational Health Services I in Primary Health Care ÝSGÜM / Ministry of Health, Turkey Venue: Hasköy Hall Moderator: Rana Güven, Deputy Director General of OHS, MoLSS, Turkey Providing Primary Health and Safety at Work to Micro and Small Size Enterprises in Turkey M.Tahir Soydal, Ministry of Health, Turkey

Applicability of Basic Occupational Health Services in Turkey Evaluation of Musculoskeletal System Exposure in Women Buhara Önal, MoLSS, Turkey Who Pick Tea Transition of Work Life and Basic Occupational Health Services Birsen Çelik, Çayeli Copper Enterprises, Turkey Alp Ergör, Department of Public Health, School of Medicine, Dokuz Eylül University, Turkey Effects of Work Related Psychosocial Factors on Coal Miners Ö. Deniz Eratak, Occupational Health and Safety Expert DuPont, Difficulties Encountered with Integration of Basic Occupational Health Services to Primary Health Care Turkey Ahmet Saltýk, Ankara University School of Medicine Department Spanish Actions for Improving the Surveillance on Occupational of Public Health, Turkey Diseases: Recent Efforts and Challenges for Future Assesment of Need of Basic Occupational Health Services for Marta Zimmermann Verdejo, National Institute for Safety and High Risk Sectors and Vulnerable Groups of Workers in R. Hygiene at Work, Spain Macedonia: A Questionnaire-Based Study Jovanka Bislimovska, Institute of Occupational Health of RM, FYR of Macedonia Job Stress and Workers Health Meral Türk Soyer, TTB, Turkey Occupational and Enviromental Health in Primary Health Care in the National Health System (SUS) Brazil Employment Type and Workers Health Elizabeth Costa Dias, University Federal of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Kayýhan Pala, TTB, Turkey Brazil

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Vision 2020 - A One World Approach for a Global Preventive Network in Mining MoLSS / Hacettepe University (HU) / ISSA Mining Section Venue: Eyüp Hall Moderator: Kasým ÖZER, Director General OHS, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Business Engagement on OSH: A Driver to Sustainable Enterprises IOE / TÝSK Venue: Sütlüce-1 Hall Moderator: Janet L. Asherson, IOE, Switzerland Establishing Clear Safety Communications in Times of Organizational Change Andrew Sharman, Owens-Illinois Inc, Switzerland

Safe Mining Everywhere-Yes We Can! Helmut Ehnes, ISSA Mining,Secretary General of the ISSA Mining Section, Head of Prevention of the German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Raw Material and Chemical Industry, Germany The New Approach to OHS and Inspection in USA Güner Gürtunca, NIOSH, USA Four Steps to Behaviour Change: the Role of Management Mark Fuellemann, Former Head of OS&H, Holcim Cement Group, Switzerland Make it Important-Behavioural Aspects and Measures of Improving OHS in SME mines Bettina Nickel, General Director, Johannes Nickel GmbH & Co. KG, Germany Bahtiyar Ünver, Hacettepe University, Turkey OHS in Turkish Mining Industry Umut Yüzer, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey The Decreasing of Mine Accident Frequency Rate in Indonesia Syawaluddin Lubis, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

The Value of a Standardized Approach in a Global Organization to Ensure Good Occupational Health Service Outcomes Tharien Van Eck, Johnson & Johnson, Belgium A Business Case For Equitable SHW Standards Amanda Owen, Group Head of Safety, Health and Wellbeing Department The Royal Bank of Scotland, UK A Commitment to Total Safety Performance Danny Martland, Director of Safety Health and Environment, Military Air & Information, BAE SYSTEMS, UK Turkish Employers, Approach on Occupational Health and Safety Solmaz Coþkun, Executive Board Member, TISK, Turkey The Investigation of a Relationship Between Occupational Safety and Productivity Erkan Akoral, Occupational Safety Engineer, Eregli Iron and Steel Factories (Erdemir), Turkey Mental Health and Wellbeing - a Business Imperative David Wallington, Group Safety Adviser, BT Group PLC, UK 24


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OSH in the Petroleum Sector ALO Venue: Kasýmpaþa-4 Hall Moderator: Mahmoud Ibrahim, ALO

Prevention in Small and Micro Enterprises EU-OSHA (EASHW) Venue: Kasýmpaþa 1-2 Halls Moderator: Armindo Silva, European Commission, Belgium

Occupational Health Indices in Gas Industries of Iran Worker Protection in Small and Medium Enterprises Masoumeh Jozekanaani, National Iranian Gas Company (Nigc), David Michaels, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Islamic Republic of Iran US Department of Labour, USA Is the Thermal Work Limit a Better Heat Stress Indicator Than European Action to Reduce Risks in SMEs and Micro-Enterprises the Wbgt for the Middle East Oil and Gas Industry? Armindo Silva, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Om Malik, Ecoh Management Inc., Canada European Commission, Belgium Risk Assessment – A Tool for Building Safety Culture in the Oil Online Risk Assessment in the Netherlands Sector Ingrid Larmoyeur, The Royal Association MKB, The Netherlands Alawi Shubbar, National Occupational Safety & Health Centre, Bahrain The Need for Prevention Tools in Small and Micro-Enterprises Kris De Meester, Business Europe Health and Safety Committee, Within the Context of Seveso II, Importance of Risk-Based Belgium Inspection in Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Industry Özlem Özkýlýç, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey Assisting SMEs in Risk Prevention Helen Hoffman, UEAPME, Belgium Managing Industrial Hygiene Exposures at Offershore Oil and Gas Platforms Meeting the Challenge of Worker Protection in SMEs Michele Buonanno, Golder Associates, Italy Laurent Vogel, ETUI, Belgium Influence of Maintenance Management to OHS in the Petroleum The INRS Approach to Prevention in SMEs Sector Stéphane Pimbert, ISSA Research Section, National Research Hana Pacaiova, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia and Safety Institute for Occupational Accidents Prevention, France Symposium 22: Vision Zero: A Fundamental Strategic Approach in Health and Safety DGUV Venue: Sütlüce-2 Hall Moderator: Walter Eichendorf, Deputy Director General, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany

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WSH 2018 Commitment in Singapore Akbar Kader,Council Member, Workplace Safety and Health Council, Singapore

Steps to Harmonization: A History and Overview Rex Hoy, Work Australia, Australia

Vision Zero and Road Safety Christian Kellner, Director General, German Road Safety Council - DVR, Germany

Due Diligence: Entrenching Safety Leadership at the Heart of Australia’s Work Health and Safety Legislation Alena Titterton, Norton Rose, Australia

OSH and Road Safety - What Kind of Communication is Needed to Make Vision Zero a Success Gregor Doepke, Director of Corporate Communications, DGUV, Germany

A Regulator’s Journey to Harmonization John Watson, Work Cover NSW, Australia

Safety-Turning the Event into a Process: 15 Years on Ciaran McAleenan, Engineering Partner, Expert Ease International, Ireland

Regulatory Reform - At What Cost? Toula Papadopoulos, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Australia

Pursuing Zero by Building a Safety Leadership Culture Ken Flechler, Vice President, Environmental, Health and Safety, Pike Electric Inc., USA

A ‘Rights Based’ Approach Michael Borowick, Australian Council of Trade Unions, Australia

Steps to Harmonization: A History and Overview Safework Australia Venue: Kasýmpaþa-5 Hall Moderator:Richard Johnstone, Griffith University, Australia

Safe Maintenance Practices on Equipment, Machinery and Systems in a Manufacturing Site (OSHA2010 National Best Practice - Turkey) Suna Ipek Batu, EHS Manager, Turkey XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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REG 5 / Session 2 The Impact of the Global Economy on OSH Venue: Sadabad Hall Moderator: Kadir Arýcý, Gazi University,Turkey Burcu Çaðlar Pýnar, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany Miguel Corticeiro Neves, Portuguese Air Force, Portugal Mehmet Taksuk, Garp Lignite Enterprises, Turkey Lütfi Ýnciroðlu, Directorate General of Labour, Turkey Salim Said Elvahabi, Ministry of Health, Oman Fatih Uþan, Selçuk University, Turkey

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Events

The venue and the necessary technical equipment shall be provided to safety and health organizations planning to hold meetings and events (annual meetings, group meetings, workshops, training courses, etc.) These could take place either as pre- or postWorld Congress activities, on Sunday, September 11, before the opening of the Congress or immediately after the Closing of the Congress, in the afternoon of Wednesday, September 14 and Thursday, September 15.

Special Meetings: Sessions open to all participants: - The ILO Programme on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work - WHO - WHO EURO/SEE Network - Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) - ENSHPO - ICEM - OSHEAST-NET final event - ÝSGÝP Project

Participation only upon invitation or membership: - ILO-CIS and ISGUM - SESRIC - NSC - ISSA Agriculture Section - General Assembly of International Section on Prevention Culture - ISSA Special Commission on Prevention - International ISSA Construction Section - ENSHPO (General Meeting) Organizer: ILO-CIS and iSGÜM Subject: The 49th Annual Meeting of ILO-CIS National, Collaborating and Regional Centers Date: September 11, 2011 Venue: Fener Hall Organizer: The ILO programme on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work Subject: Occupational Health Service Contribution to HIV and TB Universal Access Date: September 11, 2011 Venue: Balat Hall This session will present the new International Labour Standard on HIV and TB: Recommendation concerning HIV and AIDS in the World of Work, (Recommendation 200, 2010) in the context of occupational safety and health. Occupational safety and health has a critical role in contributing to HIV and TB universal access in terms of prevention, treatment, care and support services. Organizer: NSC Subject: Global Responsible Leadership Roundtable Date: September 11, 2011 Venue: Sütlüce-2 Hall Effective leadership is one of the most critical ingredients for success in safety and health efforts at work. While safety and health research institutes and advocacy organizations seek ways to translate findings into practical workplace solutions, industry leaders with real-life insights are the most eloquent spokespeople for the intrinsic value of safety and healthy to overall business operations. XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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www.safety2011turkey.org Discovering and sharing relevant, actionable solutions to the EHS challenges lies at the core of business excellence and sustainability. The Global Responsible Leadership Roundtable at the 2011 World Safety Congress on Safety and Health at Work is an opportunity for open, in-depth dialogue between business leaders and the research/advocacy community. Jointly hosted by ISSA, Turkish Ministry of Labour, Campbell Institute (US National Safety Council), Mercer, and DuPont, the Forum is a platform for truly meaningful, purposeful exchange. The Forum is an exclusive, invitation-only gathering of top-level leaders and decision-makers. It examines holistic, operational perspective on key elements of transformational leadership. Interactive panels and breakout group discussions allow for great opportunity for exchange and networking to bolster future collaborations. Multiple panel discussions featuring known and respected business leaders. Organizer: WHO EURO/SEE Network Subject: BOHS for Vulnerable Groups in SEE Countries - SEE Network's Endeavors for Workers Health Date: September 11, 2011 Venue: Sütlüce-1 Hall The main topic of this SEE Network Meeting should be focused on: National experience in Occupational health services, especially BOHS model, provision, organization, and financing, oriented to vulnerable groups, high risk sectors, and uncovered working population. The role of SEE Network on workers health in this domain will be emphasized. Organizer: ICEM Subject: Health and Safety in Mines and ILO Convention 176 Date: September 14, 2011 Venue: Kasýmpaþa-2 Hall The International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers’ Union (ICEM) will host a panel of experts on health and safety in mines, highligthing the present worldwide situation and making the case for the ratification of ILO Convention 176 (and its associated Recommendation) Organizer: WHO Subject: Developing Healthy Workplace Programmes Date: September 14, 2011 Venue: Sütlüce-1 Hall A number of effective workplace interventions and good practice approaches exist to address specific hazards in the workplace, but too often their implementation produces mostly short-lived successes due to their limited target area. What is lacking is practical global, regional and country guidance on the best integrated or comprehensive manner to address workplace risks, including principles of occupational health and safety, traditional health promotion and lifestyles, the psychosocial working environment and corporate community action coupled with capacity building and sustainable human and economic development. In particular, in times of financial uncertainty, there is an urgent need to produce such guidance for businesses to provide opportunities to sustain a healthy workforce and a healthy business and enhance commitment from employers to workers, and workers to businesses to obtain success in all spheres. This workshop will present the WHO Healthy Workplace Model and a number of case studies demonstrating good practices. Further input by participants will be much appreciated. Organizer: SESRIC Subject: OIC Network for Occupational Safety and Health Date: September 14, 2011 Venue: Hasköy Hall Under the guidance of the Ministers of Labour to be convened during the side event parallel to the Congress, members of the OIC-OSHNET will discuss and elaborate on the Framework of Cooperation and Plan of action that identifies main areas of cooperation among OIC Member Countries and specifies ways and means of better collaboration for concerted action among the member states towards further integration of OSH systems, policies, strategies and applications. Organizer: ENSHPO Subject: EUSAFE Project Date: September 15, 2011 Venue: Sütlüce-1 Hall ENSHPO (The European Network of Safety and Health Professional Organizations) aims to be the collective voice for health and safety professional organisations in Europe. ENSHPO is a forum for exchange of information and best practice on a range of OSH issues. ENSHPO’s round table on the 15th September 2011, chaired by Giancarlo Bianchi, will be focussing on European Qualifications of Safety and Health Professionals and covering amongst other projects Eusafe and the standard EurOSHM (European Occupational Safety and Health Manager). XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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www.safety2011turkey.org Organizer: Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) Subject: Fostering Supportive Work and Community Environments for Women in Textile and Garment Industries in the Face of Globalization: A Discussion about Strategies Date: September 14, 2011 Venue: Kasýmpaþa-1 Hall Opportunities for Social Innovation for Supporting Women Working in the Global Textile and Garment Industry: a Discourse There are significant opportunities for improving health of those employed in the textile and garment industry through the introduction of social innovation that is aligned with management practice and new supply chain technologies. This sector is the most globalized in the world and the largest employer of women in low and middle income countries. Employment opportunities for women are increasingly recognized as a vital strategy for poverty reduction in view of overwhelming evidence of direct links between jobs and the health of women and children. The purpose of this open meeting is to invite interested conference participants to share experiences and insights on the potential for workplace health innovation in this industry and to discuss the potential global collaboration. Organizer: International Section of the ISSA on Prevention in the Construction Industry Subject: General Assembly Date: September 12, 2011 Venue: Kasýmpaþa 1-2 Hall The International Section on Construction will hold its triennial General Assembly in the Congress Center of the World Congress in Istanbul. Organizer: International Section of the ISSA on Prevention Culture Subject: General Assembly of the International Section on Prevention Culture Date: September 12, 2011 Venue: Kasýmpaþa 4-5 Hall The International Section of ISSA on Prevention Culture will hold its first General Assembly meeting to constitute its bureau members, discuss its standing orders and the work programme. Organizer: ISSA Special Commission on Prevention Subject: Meeting of the Special Commission on Prevention Date: September 14, 2011 Venue: Eyüp Hall The ISSA Special Commission Prevention will meet to discuss section-spanning issues on occupational safety and health and to pass in review the symposia and the technical courses held on the occasion of the XIX World Congress in Istanbul. Organizer: International Section of the ISSA on Prevention of Occupational Risks in Agriculture Subject: Meeting of the Bureau and the Advisory Board of the ISSA Section on Prevention in Agriculture Date: September 14, 2011 Venue: Kasýmpaþa-5 Hall The International Section on Prevention of Accidents at Work and Occupational Diseases in Agriculture will hold its Bureau and Advisory Board Meeting to discuss the occupational safety issues in the agricultural sector and talk over the organization of the 37th Colloquium of the Section on Prevention in Agriculture to be held in 2012. Organizers: AIDII Subject: OSHEAST-NET Final Event Prevention Activities Date: September 14, 2011 (S1), September 15, 2011 (S2) Venue: Balat Hall, Aynalý Kavak-2 Hall The OSHEAST-NET final event will be organized with the aim to disseminate project results to the general public and the European stakeholders.Presentation of project results and Networking opportunities will be illustrated at the presence of conference participants, partners and associates organisations.There will be invited the Italian Ministry of Labour, IOHA, EU-OSHA, INAIL, and also NGO, employers’ organizations, trade unions, public enterprises, media and other stakeholders. The Occupational Health & Safety NETworking in EASTern Europe project is financed by European Commission under the name IPA 2008 Programme – Civil Society Facility: Support to Partnership Actions "Environment, Energy Efficiency, and Health and Safety at Work". Organizers: ENSHPO Subject: ENSHPO General Meeting Date: September 15, 2011 Venue: Sütlüce-1 Hall

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www.safety2011turkey.org Organizers: MoLSS Subject: ÝSGÝP Project Date: September 15, 2011 Venue: Sadabad Hall The Overall objective of the project is the improvement of working conditions at workplaces in Turkey. The project will focus on small and medium sized enterprises having between 10 and 250 employees in three industrial sectors in five provinces. The targeted industry sectors are “Mining”, “Construction” and “Metals” in the provinces of Ankara, Denizli, Kocaeli, Kütahya, and Zonguldak. The project has a duration of 24 months and started on January 15, 2010. There are three components to be implemented in the course of the project: •Implementation of occupational health and safety management systems in small and medium sized enterprises; •Training of occupational health and safety professionals and other experts regarding occupational health surveillance, occupational hygiene and a recording system for occupational accidents and diseases; •Awareness-raising by implementation of a promotional campaign for occupational health and safety. After completion of the project the results and experiences made will be extended to all shareholders throughout Turkey.

Workshops: Organizers: BG-Verkehr (Statutory Accident Insurance Body for Transport and Traffic Division) Subject: To reflect and Benchmark OSH - Aspects in the Waste Management Sector in Different Countries to Discuss Future Prevention Activities Date: September 14, 2011 13:30 p.m - 18 :00 p.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-4 Hall Employees in the field of waste management, especially garbage collectors are multifariously stressed by doing their work. The hazards by chemical or biological substances, UV radiation by outdoor working, manual lifting or carrying of heavy weights or continuous noise pollution during the work are able to cause numerous occupational health problems and diseases. The aim of the workshop is to present and discuss different prevention activities in the field of waste management together with international experts. Furthermore the auditorium will try to create proactive prevention strategies for workplaces in industrial and developing countries. Organizers: International Section of the ISSA on Machine and System Safety Subject: Safety and Health Prevention in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) of the Hospitality and Tourism Sector Date: September 15, 2011 09:00 a.m - 12:30 a.m Venue: Hasköy Hall The applicability of general concepts and procedures for safety and health prevention to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the hospitality and tourism sector appears to be very limited. While a few best practice examples do exist, pertinent knowledge differs across countries. Accordingly, the overall goal of this workshop is to provide an overview of the concepts and approaches to (a) reach the SMEs in the hospitality and tourism sector (e.g., hotels, restaurants) in different countries, and (b) provide an overview of prevention methods and procedures deemed appropriate and/or efficient in different regions. Given this overall goal, the workshop will encompass three parts: In part one, Peter Barenz will provide a brief overview of the ‘state of the art’ on what appears to work when focused on the SMEs in the hospitality and tourism sector.In part two, best practice examples submitted by workshop participants from different countries/ regions will be presented and discussed. Contributions for best practice examples are very welcome until July 15, 2011, and can be submitted using the following link: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf...shsme2012=workshop. In part three, Michael Bosnjak will discuss how Social Marketing principles may aid implementing and evaluating safety and health prevention programs in SMEs of the hospitality and tourism sector.

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Training Courses It is planned to hold training courses as pre- or post-congress activities on the following topics: training of trainers on OSH, risk assessment and other OSH-related subjects. The national and international institutions which will organize the training courses will provide certificates of participation. Detailed information on courses is available on the official website of the World Congress. Participants will be able to attend the courses by filling in a registration form and paying an additional fee. Organizers: DGUV Subject: Train the Trainer - All Together in One Boat Date/Time: September 15, 2011 Venue: Kasýmpaþa-4 Hall 09.30 a.m - 17:00 p.m Duration: 6 hours Lecturers: Thomas Kohstall, Güler Kýcý, Katrin Boege, Ulrike Bollmann Organizers: HASUDER (Turkish Society of Public Health Specialist) Subject: Healthcare Workers Risks and Prevention Date/Time: September 15, 2011 Venue: Kasýmpaþa-2 Hall 09:00 a.m - 17:00 p.m Duration: 6 Hours Lecturers: Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Melikþah Ertem, Meral Türk Organizers: HASUDER (Turkish Society of Public Health Specialist) Subject: Occupational Epidemiology Date/Time: September 15, 2011 09:00 a.m - 17:00 p.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-3 Hall Duration: 6 Hours Lecturers: Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Aliye Mandýracýoðlu, Mine Esin Ocaktan Organizers: DGUV/IFA Subject: Ergonomic Work Design + Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) Date/Time: September 11, 2011, 9:30 a.m - 13:30 p.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-1 Hall Duration: 4 hours Lecturers: Rolf Ellegast and Dirk Ditchen, IFA Organizers: International Section of the ISSA on Prevention of Occupational Risks in Health Services Subject: Chemical Hazards in the Health Services Date/Time: September 11, 2011, 10:00 a.m - 14:00 p.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-2 Hall Duration: 2 Hours Lecturers: Udo Eickmann ISSA Section Health Services, Hazardous Substances / Toxicology Department of BGW; Gabriele Halsen, BGW, Claudia Hadtstein, Moers; André Heinemann, BGW; Wolfgang Wegscheider, BGW Organizers: ISSA International Section on Prevention in the Chemical Industry Subject: Nanotechnology Date/Time: September 11, 2011 09:00 a.m - 12.30 p.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-5 Hall Duration: 3 hours Lecturers: Sandrine Chazelet, Dirk Dahmann, Marc Scheid, Stefan Engel, Thomas H. Brock

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Organizers: International Section of the ISSA on Machine and System Safety Subject: International Internet Platform "Safety & Work" for SMEs Date/Time: September 11, 2011, 09:00 a.m- 12:30 a.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-4 Hall Duration: 3.5 hours Lecturers: Andrea Ratzer-Frey, Hans-Jürgen BischoffÝ (ISSA Section Machine and System Safety)

Organizers: International Section of the ISSA on Machine and System Safety Subject: Transport - and Road Safety in the World of Work: Essential Areas for Prevention Date/Time: September 15, 2011, 09:00 a.m - 12:30 a.m / 14:00 p.m - 16:30 p.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-5 Hall Duration: 6 hours Lecturers: Michael Geiler, Jochen Lau, Ellen Townsend Organizers: ÝSGÜM (Occupational Health and Safety Center) Subject: The ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited Quality System for Occupational Health and Safety Test Data Date/Time: September 15, 2011, 09:00 a.m - 12:30 a.m / 14:00 p.m - 17:00 p.m Venue: Kaðýthane Hall Duration: 6 hours Lecturers: Ian Webber, Neslihan Dimici Organizers: EMCONET/ Dokuz Eylül University Occupational Health Center Subject: Occupational Health Inequalities: Emerging Research and Policy Issues on Employment and Work Date/Time: September 15, 2011 09:30 a.m - 17:00 pm Venue: Eyüp Hall Duration: 6 hours Lecturers: Joan Benach Organizers: Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (ÝSGÜM) Subject: Indoor Air Quality Assessment and Sick Building Syndrome Date/Time: September 15, 2011, 09:30 a.m -12:30 am / 14:00 p.m -17:00 pm Venue: Balat Hall Duration: 6 hours Lecturers: Nazmi BÝLÝR-Department of Public Health Medicine Faculty of Hacettepe University, H. Özgen Timuçin -ÝSGÜM, Esra Yýlmaz -ÝSGÜM, Ahmet Ersoy -ÝSGÜM, Þengül Coþar - DGOHS Organizers: INRS Subject: Quizz on occupational health and safety Date/Time: Wednesday September 14, 2011, 13:00 p.m - 15:00 p.m Venue: Kasýmpaþa-3 Hall Duration: 2 hours Lecturers: Philippe Jandrot, ISSA Education and Training Section

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Speakers’ Corner

The Speakers' Corner will be open during the lunch breaks. It is designed to contribute to the exchange of experiences among OSH practitioners in a variety of safety and health areas. A snack or light luncheon will be provided to the participants of the Speakers' Corner.

Monday September 12

12:15 - 13:15

Venue : SPC 1 / Kasýmpaþa-5 Hall Gender Dimension in OSH Policy and Practices: Reality and Challenges for Bangladesh Farida Khanom, Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE), Bangladesh Gender Dimension in Work and Health K. Srivastava, Industrial Toxicology Research Centre (ITRC), India The Integration of the Gender Perspective in the OSH Policy of the Bask Region Pablo Uriatre, Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Spain Female Workers and Hazardous Work at FORD OTOSAN Gürsel Gökmen, FORD Automotive, Turkey Poverty and the Challange of Urban Environmental Health in Nigeria Geoffrey Nwaka,Abia State University, Nigeria

Venue : SPC 2 / Fener Hall

Venue : SPC 4 / Eyüp Hall Cost-Benefit Analysis of Prevention in Occupational Health and Safety in Turkey Hatice Tülay Alpman, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey Attention Model For SMEs-Arp Sura Adiela Castro, Arp Sura, Colombia Accident Cost Analysis and The Importance of Education in Accident Prevention Hamed Hossinian Gourabi, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus Improvements In The Occupational Health And Safety System of An Automobile Factory Ulviye Çalýþkan Polat, Industry Engineer, Occupational Health and Safety Expert, Turkey Evaluating of Workers’ Exposure to MEtal Working Fluid (MWF) and the Effective Factors on its Dispersion in an Automobile Manufactoring Factory Abbasali Mokhtari Andani, Department of Industrial Safety Islamic Azad University of Dehaghan, Iran

Venue : SPC 5 / Sütlüce-1 Hall

Engineered Nanomaterials Exposure and Risks Recep Yeþilöz, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

The Stairs of Well-Being at Work Model Päivi Rauramo, Centre for Occupational Safety Helsinki, Finland

Polices and Regulations on Nanotechnology and Occupational Safety and Health Asunción Galera, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Improving Safety and Health of Waste Collectors in Fiji -Promoting cooperation between waste collectors and the community Ton That Khai, ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team for East Asia, South East Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok

The New German Risk Assessment Procedure for Carcinogenic Substances Helmut Klein, Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Germany

Health and Safety Incýdent Management at Construction Works Bülent Çakar, Gama Nurol JV, Turkey

Risk Assessment of Saloon Cars Door Cover Producing Machine by FMEA Technique Javad Adl, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

The Effect of Safety Culture on Safety Behavior and Accident Serpil Aytaç, Uludag University, Turkey

An Assessment of Dust, Endotoxin and Microorganism Exposure During Waste Collection and Sorting Donguk Park, Korea National Open University,Korea

V e n u e : SPC 3 / K a s ý m p a þ a - 1 H a l l The Risk Analysis in Metal Sector Where Laser Cutting is Used Nihan Merve Akgün, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey

How to be Successful in Implementing OH&S Management System Mustangid Muhammad Ýsmail, PT Freeport Indonesia, Indonesia

Venue : SPC 6 / Kasýmpaþa-2 Hall Mobile Learning for Lorry Driver Ferdal Özçelik, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IAG), Germany

Emerging Risk for Doctors: possibility of Knee Joint Disorders Önder Cem Sezgin, Middle East Technical University, Health and Councelling Center, Turkey

Occupational Health and Safety Conditions at Zonguldak Coal Mine During Obligatory Work Years Ali Naci Yýldýz, Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine Department of Public Health, Turkey

Tools For Better Understanding of Risks in a Network Päivi Piispanen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland

Building a Culture of Prevention for a Healthy and Safe Future Muhammad Khalid Pervaiz, Pakistan Mine Owners Association, Pakistan

Results of Safety Culture, Occupational Health & Safety Practices in a Cement Factory Ferdi Tanýr, Çukurova University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey

Creating a Safety Culture in a Subcontracted Industry; Contractor H&S Management in Telecommunications Industry Emre Ulukan, Vodafone, Turkey

General Perspective on OSH Problems on Marine Sector in Turkey Eyüp Akçetin, Zonguldak Karaelmas University, School of Maritime Business and Management, Turkey

Applicaiton of the PAOT Methodology to Occupational Health Training Programme in Korea Myung Sook Ilee, Korean Industrial Health Association, Korea, Republic

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Speakers’ Corner Venue : SPC 7 / Kasýmpaþa-3 Hall Interaction Between Employee Work Ability and Early Support at the Workplace Simo Kaleva, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Sweating on the Job Wolfgang Doll, German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Germany Ischemic Heart Disease and Risk Factors Workplace (experience of Algeria) Med El Amine Djazouli, Service de Médecine du Travail CHU-Oran, Algeria Impact of Cold Environment on Cardiovascular System Among Female Workers El Safty Amal, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt Disclosure of Medical Errors Krishninan Sankaranarayanan, Tawam Hospital, United Arab Emirate

Venue : SPC 8 / Sütlüce-2 Hall Worker Participation and Organization for Occupational Health and Safety Zeynep Þiþli, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey The Ergonomic Classroom: Helping to Make a Good and Healthy School Hanna Zieschang, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IAG), Germany Ergonomic Evaluation of Filling in a Food Company Leopoldo Yanes, Instituto de Altos Estudios de Salud, Venezuela Analysis of Working Postures that Cause Strain on Workers That Work in Dangerous and Heavy Works Mehlika Kocabaþ, Kocaeli University, Turkey Brazilian Safety and Occupational Health at Work Management System - NBR 18801 Leonidio Francisco Ribeiro, OBESST, Brazil

Venue : SPC 9 / Kasýmpaþa-4 Hall The Importance of Integrated EHS and Quality Systems in a University Toxicological Laboratory Paula Viapiana Rey, Toxicology and Environmental Hygiene Department, Faculty of Chemistry, University of the Republic, Montevideo, Uruguay The Confidence Level of Analytical Data in Occupational Health and Safety Ian Webber, Independent Consultant, USA Determination of Measurement Uncertainty at Analysis of Lead in Air by Using Atomic Absorption Spectrometry H. Özgen Timuçin, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Monitoring Unemployment as a Social Determinant of Health Inequalities Vanessa Puig-Barrachina, Health Inequality Research Group - Employment Conditions Network (GREDS-EMCONET), Department of Experimental and Health Sciences. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain A Method of Evaluation of Relationship Between the Safety Management and Overall Safety Performance in Construction Industry Tamer Metinsoy, Labour Inspection Board, Turkey

Venue : SPC10 / Hasköy Hall Georeferenced Occupational Risk Map of Rondônia in the Brazilian Amazon Heinz Roland Jakobi, Discente de Doutorado em Ciências da Saúde da Universidade de Brasília, Brazil

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Venue : SPC 11 / Balat Hall Obligation to Introduce Occupational Health and Safety Organisation Zehra Gönül Balkýr, Kocaeli University Faculty of Law, Turkey External OSH Services in Turkey Jan Michiel Meeuwsen, TNO, The Netherlands Hazards of Transportation Petroleum Products by Tank Trucks in Jordan Faisal Alatwah, Occupational Safety and Health Institute, Jordan Developments Towards the International Recognition of Occupational Safety and Health Professionals Phil Lovelock, International Network of Safety and Health Practitioner Organizations (INSHPO), United States Hairdressers’ Working Conditions and Occupational Health Problems Meral Türk, Department of Public Health, Ege University Medical School, Turkey

Tuesday September 13

12:15 - 13:15

Venue : SPC 12 / Kasýmpaþa-4 Hall A Glance to Care Givers of the Elderly in Turkey: Social Needs, Characteristics of Workers and Working Conditions Nil Tekin, SGK Geriatric Care Centre, Turkey Safety and Health Effects of Shift Work Being Executed in an Automotive Plant Ali Naci Yýldýz, Hacettepe University, Medical Faculty, Public Health Department, Turkey Safe Outsourcing/Sub-Contracting in the Residential Property Sector Antony Murphy, Grainger Plc, England A Proposal for Sub-Contractor Health and Safety (Hs) Performance Evaluation System Fýrat Þükrü Eker, Ývme Management and Consultacy and Education Co, Turkey Estimation and Analysis of Cost Associated with Fatal Occupational Accidents ýn a Manufactoring Company in Iran Shahram Mahmoudi, MAPNA Group, Iran

Venue : SPC 13 / Eyüp Hall Sound Occupational Safety and Health (Osh) Awareness and Training for the Petroleum Sector Prabhakara Murty Potharaju, Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Iraqi National Campaign to Promote the OHS at Work Emad Sabir, National Center for Occupational Healty & Safety (NCOHS), Iraq The Role of Health and Safety (HS) Professionals in the Implementation of the Seoul Declaration on OSH Fýrat Þükrü Eker, Ývme Management and Consultancy and Education Co., Turkey The Young Report - A Negation on the Advances in the Seoul Declaration Philip McAleenan, Expert Ease International, Ireland Major OHS Challenges Facing the Mining Industry within Quebec Paul-Emile Boileau, IRSST, Canada

Venue : SPC 14 / Fener Hall

Inspection Project of Safety Working at Height in Constructions Tevfik Paçacý, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey

The Best Practises in Implementing of Seoul Declaration on Osh in Indonesia Lena Kurniawati, Directorate of Occupational Safety & Health Supervision - Ministry of Manpower & Transmigration of the Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia

Management of Labour Safety Inspections - New Methodology of Evaluating Inspection Wendeo Roberto Araújo Pereira, CEMIG S.A., Brazil

Monitoring OHS Performance in the Finnish and Turkish Metal Product Manufacturing Companies Heikki Laitinen, 3T Results Ltd, Finland

Towards a Greater Role of Health and Safety Inspectors: Contribution to the Design of Innovative Training Programs Based on the Work Activityanalysis of Construction Site Safety Inspectors in Swýtzerland Mariângela de Moraes Pires, University of Geneva, Switzerland

The Potential of Online Osh-Training Programs for Capacity Building in Developing Countries - Experiences of A Two-Year Global Training Program Norbert Wagner, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Information on Fatal Cases Resulting from Work-Related Accidents in Mining and Construction Industry in Brazil: Issues on Proposals to Ýntegrate Official Registers Celso Salim, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Brazil XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

Disaster Preparedness in Healthcare: Ready or Not! Sheila Douthwright, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Excellence on Safety through a Culture and Behavior Based Program Luis Carlos de Miranda Junior, CPFL Energy, Brazil

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Venue : SPC 19 / Hasköy Hall

Welding of Aluminium Alloys: Healt Hazards of Lung and Aiways Wolfgang Zschiesche, German Social Accident Insurance Institution for Energy, Textile, Electrical and Media Products Sectors, Germany

The Evaluation of Health Surveillance of Occupants Working in AfþinElbistan High Voltage Sub-Stations Arzu Fýrlarer, Fatih University Medical Faculty, Department Of Biophysics, Turkey

How Epidemiology Helped to Enlarge the Concept of Work-Relatedness and the Lists of Work-Related Diseases in Brazil René MENDES, School of Medicine UFMG, Brazil

Designing Zero Harm Nicole Liedke, BHP Billiton Mitsui Coal, Australia

Healt Disorders Among Workers in the Wool Manufacturing Company in Bagdat Lina Al Hamdani, National Center for Occupational Healty & Safety (NCOHS), Iraq Improvement Of Health and Safety in The Coal Mines of Fuxin City Mining Area, North-East China: the Sino-Italian Cooperation Experience in the Implementation of Occupational Diseases Prevention Diana Gagliardi, INAIL, Department of Occupational Medicine, former ISPESL , Italy

Venue : SPC 16 / Kasýmpaþa-5 Hall Lympocyte Dna Damage in Turkish Asphalt Workers Detected by the Comet Assay Engin Tutkun, Ministry of Health Ankara Occupational Diseases Hospital, Turkey Nephrotoxic Effect of Tetrachloroethylene: Influence of Oxidative Stress and Possibility of Using Isopyl Level as a Biomarker Nilüfer Özbek Scimemi, Hacettepe University Institute of Health Sciences, Turkey The Role of Cytokine Gene Polymorphisms on Development of Occupational Pneumoconiotic Diseases Ýlker Ateþ, Ankara University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Turkey The National Register of Occupational Morbidity in Bulgaria a Systematic Approach to Jasmine Pavlova, Faculty of Public Health, Medical University - Sofia, Bulgaria

Venue : SPC17 / Balat Hall

The Occupational Health Services in Public Health Romanian System Liliana Rapas, Directorate of Public Health B., Romania The Development of Workers Health and Safety System in Montenegro Ljiljana Kezunovic, Medical School of Podgorica, University of Montenegro, Serbia and Montenegro

Venue : SPC 20 / Kasýmpaþa-2 Hall New Approaches for the Protection of Truck Drivers’ Safety and Health Sonia Maria José Bombardi, Fundacentro, Ministry of Labour, Brazil The Best Practices and Technologies for Preventing Occupational Exposure to Benzene of a Brazilian Oil Refinery Nildemar Correa Ruella, Petrobras, Brazil WIKIPREBIA, a Tool for Prevention Advisors and Prevention Workers Eddy Eyckmans, Prebes, Belgium Spanish Public Support Service to Microenterprises Marta, Jiménez Agueda, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health at Work, Spain

Venue : SPC 21 / Sütlüce-1 Hall Being Women and Being Workers in the Context of Occupational Health and Safety:the Case of Homebased Work in Turkey Durdu Çetiner, Union of Home Based Workers, Turkey Positive Social Impact of SURA Workers Compensation Administration, working for the Social Security of Colombia Lilia Helena Sanchez Becerra, Arp Sura, Colombia

The Worker’s Health Card Sérgio Bastos Medeiros, Sistema FIRJAN, Brazil

Health Inc. Reaching the (human) Heart of Small and Medium Enterprises Els Wouters, Flemish Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Belgium

Job Stress Among the Nursing Staff of Kashan Hospital Abbas Bahrami, Kashan Medical Sciences University, Iran

Impact of Healty Workplace on Competitiveness in Small and Medium Enterprises (Examples from Bulgaria) Jasmine Pavlova, Faculty of Public Health, Medical University Sofia, Bulgaria

Position of Russian Labour Unions on Chrysotile Use Dmitrii Selianin, Construction and building materials industry workers union of the Russian Federation, Russian Federation Training on ILO International Pneumoconioses Classification 2000 in Turkey Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

Venue : SPC 18 / Sütlüce-2 Hall

Venue : SPC 22 / Kasýmpaþa-3 Hall A Gadget Against Msds - Protect Your Workers Against Msds Using This Gadget George Daniel Tanasievýci, Labour Inspectorate of County Iasi, Romania

Sleep Quality of the Residances Working at Erciyes University Medical Faculty Elçin Balcý, Erciyes University Medical Faculty Department of Public Health, Turkey

Training in Organisational Medicine - an Extension of Occupational Medicine and a New Holistic Approach for the Prevention of Work Related Risks Brigitte John-Reiter, Austrian Academy of Occupational Medicine (AAm), Austria

Prevention of Exposure to Wood Dust in ASL 10 of Florence: the Role of Occupational Health Public Services Carla Sgarrella, Department of Public Health-Florence, Italy

Asbestos Exposure and Hygiene Conditions at Work in Ship Dismantling Nefise Burcu Ünal, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Safety of Pressure Vessels & Isdemir A.Þ. Practices Orhan Burak Saygan, ISDEMIR A.Þ., Turkey

Analysis of Gst Genes Polymorphism Association With Risk Development of Asbestosis and Chronic Nonspecific Lungs Diseases in Workers of Asbestos-Cement Production in Ukraine Anzhela Basanets, Institute for Occupational Health, Ukraine

How a Specified Exercise Programme Influences the Strength and Resistance Cristina Mesquita, Health School of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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ABOUT THE EXHIBITION The XIX World Congress’ Exhibition on Safety and Health at Work, organized by ÝKON Exhibition Organizations on behalf of Ministry of Labour and Social Security, will be held in Haliç Congress Centre between 11th and 15th September 2011 with the cooperation of the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Social Security Association (ISSA). The exhibition will last for five days in an area of 8.000 m² and it is expected to accommodate 250 exhibitors from 120 countries and 20,000 visitors. National and international companies operating in the field of safety at work equipment, work clothes, road and traffic security, personal protectors, fire safety, evaluation technologies and detectors, loading-offloading-stocking equipment, environmental hygiene and industrial cleaning equipment, first aid equipment and media will take part in the Exhibition. Participants shall get a chance of presenting their products and services to professional buyers in the OHS Exhibition. OHS Exhibition shall form the basis of a platform to exchange information and the know-how exchange between private and the public sector managers, workers’ and employers’ representatives, health and safety at work professionals and experts from all around of the World who are specialised in the sector. It also presents a great opportunity to discover one of the most famous cities and cultural centres in the world exhibition and Istanbul.On this occasion, we would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the OHS Exhibition and to Istanbul.

EXHIBITION’S GOAL

The 19th World Congress’ Exhibition on Safety and Health at Work’s mission is to provide an opportunity for exchange of current information with those who are involved in health and safety in order to promote a culture of prevention worldwide. The aim for those who will take part in the Exhibition is to gain ideas about how to strengthen relations with governments, employers, non-governmental organizations, employers’ representatives, workers and workers’ organizations and health and safety professionals in order to develop prevention methods against worker accidents and work related illness worldwide. There will be an exchange of information on application methods and experience between participants and visitors with the aim of improving health and safety at work. INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITORS AND VISITORS: • Title:19th World Congress’ Exhibition on Health and Safety at Work •Venue: Haliç Congress Center, Ýstanbul • Exhibition hours As a World Congress registrant, you may visit the exhibition hours will be held from: 10:00 – 19:00, Sunday, September 11, 2011 10:00 – 19:00, Monday, September 12, 2011 10:00 – 19:00, Tuesday, September 13, 2011 10:00 – 19:00, Wednesday, September 14, 2011 10:00 – 19:00, Thursday, September 15, 2011 http://exhibitionsafety2011turkey.org/ XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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BENEFITS OF TAKING PART IN THE OHS EXHIBITION • Sharing information, practices to be implemented and experience between the participants with the aim of improving health and safety at work • Networking and forming alliances based on cooperation by strengthening relations between all related parties • Developing strategical and practical ideas that can be applied promptly • An opportunity to follow the latest technologies in the world • Receiving information on occupational accidents and illnesses and precautions to prevent them • Creating a comfortable and a safe working environment where efficiency of the employees can be increased

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*Prices are subject to VAT 18 % • Raw space includes: Ground marking, 2 kilowatt monophase electricity, entry in the official catalogue, exhibitors badges, 10 Expo invitation tickets. • Shell scheme stand includes: High panelling - wallboard covering, 1 group of plugs and 2 kilowatt monophase electricity, 100 watt spotlight for every 3 m², entry in the official catalogue, fascia, exhibitors badges, 10 Expo invitation tickets. • Fitted stand includes: High panelling - wallboard covering, 1 group of plugs and 2 kilowatt monophase electricity, 100 watt spotlight for every 3 m², entry in the official catalogue, fascia, exhibitors badges, 10 Expo invitation tickets, 1 table, 3 chairs, paper basket, for stands greater than 27 m² wall coat hanger, 1 information counter, 2 m² storage room. XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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XIX WORLD CONGRESS’ EXHIBITION ON SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK EXHIBITOR PROFILE • Personal Protectors • Safety at Work Equipment • Work Cloths • Environmental Health and Its Management • Road and Traffic Security • Safety at Work Warning Signs • Safety at Work and Workers’ Health Training Organisations • Fire Safety • Environmental Hygiene and Industrial Cleaning Equipment • Air Conditioning (Dust Decontamination Aspirators) • Valuation Technologies, Devices and Detectors • Alarm and Warning Systems • Search and Rescue Equipment • First Aid Equipment and Bandaging for Burns • Emergency Body and Eye Showers • Preventative and Remedying Creams and Pharmaceutical Equipment • Approved Organisations and Certification Services • Ergonomic Equipment • Loading-Off Loading -Delivery –Stocking • Machine Protection Equipment • Insurance and Insuring • Media and Institutions

XIX WORLD CONGRESS’ EXHIBITION ON SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK EXHIBITOR PROFILE • Safety at work engineers and technicians, hygienists and occupational scientists • Work inspectors and factory technical inspectors • Trainers and teachers as well as others in the training field • Employees and their representatives • Employers and employers’ organisations • Decision makers in public and social security sectors • Public and non-public organisations • International and local organisations • Producers and importers • Experts in communication and public relations fields • Media representatives and journalists • All health and safety at work professionals • Union representatives • Public managers • Individuals responsible for insurance and social security • Anyone who deals with health and safety at work

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IFMF International Film and Multimedia Festival The International Film and Multimedia Festival (IFMF) is an integral part of the XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work. The Festival is organized jointly by the International ISSA Sections ”Electricity“ and ”Information“. A record number of 221 productions from 29 countries were submitted. This shows that the event has worldwide popularity. The opening of the Film and Multimedia Festival is part of the official opening ceremony, which takes place in the Haliç Hall of the Haliç Congress Center on Sunday 11 September, 2011. From Monday to Wednesday, selected films and multimedia productions related to safety and health at work will be shown in the cinema. Times and schedules will be announced in the final Congress Programme. In front of the cinema, and in the entrance area of the Congress, all congress delegates will have the opportunity to watch the films which have been admitted to the Festival and to use the multimedia productions interactively. An international jury shall meet in Istanbul to select the winners from a large number of contributions. During the closing ceremony of the Congress on Wednesday 14 September, the award ceremony shall take place. In your congress bag, you will find a CD with a list of productions participating Istanbul Festival as well as award, the winning films from former Festivals and a few films, that you could use for your safety work. Do not hesitate to use this opportunity to get a good overview of various products, which contribute to promotion of Safety and Health at Work worldwide. The ISSA Sections “Electricity“ and “Information“ are pleased to welcome you to this exciting, informative and interesting Festival in Istanbul!

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The poster sessions will be held throughout the Congress. To provide the opportunity to present research, good practices as well as know-how by individuals or representatives of teams with an academic or professional focus on occupational safety and health. Posters combine text and graphics to make a visually pleasing presentation. The posters at the sessions will present general information and invite viewers to ask more detailed questions to the presenters. Time and Date :

09:00 - 18:00, Monday, September 12, 2011 09:00 - 18:00, Tuesday, September 13, 2011 09:00 - 13:00, Wednesday, September 14, 2011

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List of Posters Standardised Approach for Evaluating Prevention Campaigns Annekatrin Wetzstein, Institute for Work and Health of the DGUV (IAG), Germany

Safety Climate as an Index to Evaluate the Performance of Occupational Safety and Health Management System Adl Javad, Tehran University, Islamic Republic of Iran

Absenteeism Due to ILI in a Work Place in AnkaraTurkey A.Kadir Atlý, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Monitoring and Improving the Workplaces Safety Level by Systematic Evaluation of Compliance with Legal Requirements Adi Mitea, National Institute of Research and Development on Labour Protection, Romania

Evaluation of Office Workers Participation at Exercise and Ergonomics Information Program, (ErgoFNSS) and its Effect on Musculoskeletal Complaints A.Selçuk Atalay, FNSS Defense Systems Inc., Turkey Identification and Safety Assessment of the Hazardous Zones (unwanted energy flows) in a Construction Project at the National Petrochemical Company by Application of ET&BA Method Abbas Zarra Nezhad,Tarbiat Modaress University, Ministry of Petroleum, Islamic Republic of Iran Drafting the Quantitative and Comprehensive Checklist for Construction Phase of Industries and its Extension as a Strong Quantitative Method for Assessment of Ongoing Projects Abbas Zarra Nezhad, Tarbiat Modaress University, Ministry of Petroleum, Islamic Republic of Iran Examining the Determinants of Occurrence of Accidents at the Construction Phase in Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Projects Abbas Zarra Nezhad, Tarbiat Modaress University, Ministry of Petroleum, Islamic Republic of Iran The Use of Ergonomic Solutions in Industrial Safety Abdelkader Djeghdjegh, University of Batna, Algeria

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A New Model in OSH Service Delivery Adnan Aðýr, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Analysis of Training Centers for Occupational Physicians and Safety Experts in Turkey Adnan Aðýr, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Comparison of Country Based Case About Occupational Nurse Implemantations Adnan Aðýr, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Management System Approach and Human Element Adriano Ossicini, INAIL-Italian Workers Compensation Authority, Italy Stress from the Perspective of Psychoanalysis and its Role in Health and Safety Person Afzali Soraya, Islamic Azad University of Mahshahr, Islamic Republic of Iran Environmental Health and Global Security Afzali Soraya, Islamic Azad University of Mahshahr, Islamic Republic of Iran

Analyzation of Work Accidents and Occupational Diseases in Turkey in Respect of Professions: An Evaluation Agah Sinan Ünsar, Trakya University Business and Economy Faculty, Turkey Error Reduction in Man-Machine Systems Ahmet Fahri Özok, Ýstanbul Kültür University, Turkey OHS Development for Construction Sector Ahmet Esat Korkut, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Environmental Health and Global Security Ahmet Teþneli, Islamic Azad University of Mahshahr, Islamic Republic of Iran Health and Safety for the Construction Industry in Mexico Aida Lucia Fajardo Montiel, University of Guadalajara, Mexico Neuro-Psychological Disorders Associated with Solvents in 75 workers of a Printing Unit for Flexible Packaging Aida Benzarti Mezni, Department of Occupational Medicine, Rabta Hospital, Tunisia Evaluation of Occupational Exposure to Metallic Pigments and Health of 200 Workers of a Ceramics Industry Aida Benzarti Mezni, Department of Occupational Medicine, Rabta Hospital, Tunisia The Multiple Professional Allergies in the Jeans Fading Industry Aida Benzarti Mezni, Department of Occupational Medicine, Rabta Hospital, Tunisia

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www.safety2011turkey.org Uninformed Implementation in OSH Services Ali Rýza Ergun, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Work Conditions of Brazilian Construction Workers in Massachusetts, USA Andre Gouveia Barbosa, Umass Lowell, Brazil

Risk Assessment Implementation on Ýzmir Aliaða Ship Recycling Region Ali Rýza Ergun, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey

Program of Muscular Reinforcement André Luiz Mendes Trautvein, Renault Do Brasil, Brazil

Design the Theoretical Health Spatial Pattern for Villagers Ali Shahdadi Khajeh Askari, Tarbiyat Modares University, Islamic Republic of Iran The Interference of Work Conditions in the High Rate of Accidentes at Work in a Metal Graphic Company Aline Cristina Hirata Pinetti, SESI - Social Service of Industry, Brazil Awareness among Barbers about Blood Borne Diseases Aliye Mandýracýoðlu, Ege University Medical Faculty Public Health Department, Turkey Hearing Impairment Caused by the Industrial Noise Alma Bajramspahic, Health Care Center, Serbia Occupational Injury inTurkey: 1988 Through 2008 Alpaslan Türkkan, Uludað University, Turkey Safety Approach in Excavation Works Alper Yýldýrým, Ýskenderun Iron and Steel Factory, Turkey Quality of Laboral Life in Workers Health Alvaro Pedraza Moreno, University of Guadalajara, Mexico Influence of Shift Work and Night Shifts in the Onset of the Burnout Syndrome in Doctors and Nurses Ambar Deschamps Perdomo, National Work-Related Medicine School, Spain Chemical Exposures and Occupational Diseases Amin Saburi, Baghiyatallah University, Islamic Republic of Iran Systemic Sclerosis Due to Occupational Solvent Exposure; a Case Report Amin Saburi, Baghiyatallah University, Islamic Republic of Iran

First Portuguese Meeting on OSH in Archaeology: Social Partners Role Andreia Lopes, Instituto Terra e Memória, Portugal Health and Safety in Portuguese Archaeology: Results of 2009 Andreia Lopes, Instituto Terra e Memória, Portugal Improvements in Assembly Lines Based on Ergonomic Assessment Strategies Andres Molina Romero, Centro de Estudios de Salud de los Trabajadores/ University of Carabobo, Venezuela The Role of Trade Union in the Elimination of Asbestos-Related Diseases Andrey Kholzakov, Construction and Building Materials Industry Workers Union of the Russian Federation, Russian Federation Burnout Syndrome, Working Conditions, and Health: a Reality Among Public High School Teachers in Brazil Angela Maria Campos Santana, Federal University of Vicosa, Brazil Occupational Stress, Working Conditions and Nutrional Status Of Military Police Officers Angela Maria Campos Santana, Federal University of Vicosa, Brazil Mechanical Construction Safety Management and Operation of Equipment Anýl Kumar, Anna University, Coimbatore, India Articulating Ergonomýcs and Engineering Design to Develop Healthy and Safe Work Environments Anna Sophia Piacenza Moraes, University of Minho, Portugal Evahair - Assessement of Performance of Skin Protective Measures for Hairdressers in Europe Antje Braumann, Department of Dermatology, Germany

Indoor Aerosols HPLC Analysis Amina Akachat, Université de Boumerdes, Algeria

Malignant Mesothelioma: Analysis of a Clinicopathologic Experience of 247 Cases Antonio Galvan Carriles, Mexican Institute of Fiber Industries, Mexico

Calls for Integrating Environmental and Occupational Medicine into Medical School Curricula: Challenges and Opportunities for Iranian Medical Education Amir Radfar, Florida International University, USA

The Sustainable Employability of Personnel is an Elementary Strategic Goal in Every Organization Anya de Mooy-van der Vlist, NEN Labour, The Netherlands

Occupational Health Hazards in Economy of the Republic of Crotia Ana Bogadi Sare, Croatian Institute for Health Protection and Safety at Work, Croatia

Impacts of Climate Change on Occupational Health and Safety: Assessment for a Country with a Continental Climate Ariane Adam Poupart, University of Montreal, Canada

Social Inequality and Health: The Impact of Social Inequality and Working Conditions in the Workers Health Ana M García, Cuadrýello SESI - Servýço Socýal Da ýndústrýa - Departamento, Brazil

Evaluating the Usage of Comminication Tools Preventing the Job Accidents Occurred at Structures Arzu Ekici, Gazi University, Turkey

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Is Erectile Dysfunction a must to be Questioned in Chronic Lead Pasining Patients? Arzu Hayýrlý, MoH-Ankara Occupational Diseases Hospital, Turkey

Upgrading Occupational Healthh and Safety in SMEs Belgin Çaðdaþ, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Improving External OHS Services in Turkey Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

Social Dialogue Examples in Reproductive Health Services Arzu Köseli, Ministry of Health, Turkey

Epidemiology, Prevention Tool Bennaceur Benali, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco

Importance of using Communication Tools in Architecture Education Asena Soyluk, Gazi University, Turkey

Bilateral Tendinopathy of the Thumb Bennaceur Benali, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco

A Turkish Project (METIP) Strategy and Action Plan on Improving Working and Social Lives of Seasonal Agricultural Workers Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

Reducing the Risk in Health Care Delivery System and Safety of Health Employee Aslýcan Güler, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Night Work in Health Care Settings Bennaceur Benali, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco

The Effect of Contract Type on Working Conditions of Nurses Aslý Davas Aksan, Ege University Medical Faculty Department of Public Health, Turkey Safety Culture and Safety Performance Assia Boughba, Research Laboratory (LARPI), Institute of Health & Industrial Safety, University of Batna, Algeria Pesticides Exposure Using and the Risk of Spontaneous Abortion among Women Living in Agricultural Center in Brebes District Astrid Sulistomo, University of Indonesia, Indonesia The Comparison of Carbon Nanotubes Performance to Traditional Activated Charcoal for Adsorbing of Benzene Vapor Athena Rafiee Pour, Arak University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Coaching Program for Driving Safety: a Good Practice Example Ayça Çitoðlu, Abbott Türkiye, Turkey The Importance of Noise Control on Safety and Health at Workplace Ayþe Erdem Aknesil, Beykent University, Turkey Hazardous Chemicals Released in Workplace in Shipbuilding Industry Ayþe Erim, ISGUM Ýstanbul Regional Laboratory, Turkey Application of Noise Control Programme with Using Participatory Method in a Plant and Results Ayþe Öztürk, ÝSGÜM Ýzmir Regional Laboratory, Turkey New Developments in Health and Safety Management in Northern Cyprus Ayþen Türkman, European University of Lefke, Northern Cyprus Work Safety Management for Vertical Transportation Equipments in the Construction Industry Beda Barkokébas, Jr.University of Pernambuco, Brazil Occupational Exposure to Welding Fumes Using Different - Ventilation Scenarios Behnaz Shafie, Health Department, Islamic Republic of Iran XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

Psoriatic Arthritis. About a Case Bennaceur Benali, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco Medical Control of Absenteeism at Chu Ibn Rochd Casablanca Bennaceur Benali, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco Market Surveillance of Personal Protective Equipments Berk Atlý, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey Impact of Occupational Exposure on Sperm Parameters in Central Tunisia Ben Fredj Houda, Department of Occupational Diseases, Farhat Hached University Hospital, Tunisia VBG - Online Questionnaire as Part of VBG’s Health Management Product (GMS - Gesundheýt Mýt System) Birgit Ganz, VBG, German Social Accident Insurance for the Administrative Sector, Germany Workers Participation in Health Improving Measures of Management Bistra Tzenova, National Center of Public Health Protection (NCPHP), Bulgaria Comparative Inter- Institutional Study of Stress in Dentists Blanca Elizabeth Pozos Radillo, University of Guadalajara México, Mexico Primary Prevention in Occupational Skin Diseases in The Hairdressing Trade: Reflexion on the Last 20 Years Britta Wulfhorst, University of Osnabrueck, Germany Application of Psychological Symptom Checklist among Workers in High Risk Works Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Research on OHS Conditýions and Stress at Work among Air Traffic Controllers Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

Recent Developments for WHO-CC in OH Activities in Turkey Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Providing OHS Services within the Framework of Primary Health Care Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey National Action Plan for the Prevention of Pneumoconioses Buhara Önal, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Evaluation on Occupational Physicians in the Field of OH in Turkey Buhara Önal, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey An Ergonomics Intervention Study in Automotive Sector Buhara Önal, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey After Economic Crisis Emerging Risks and Prevention Methods in the Field of OHS Burak Özdemir, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Burnout Levels of Medical Doctors Burcu Küçükbiçer, Hacettepe University, Turkey Refuge 60 m below Sea Level Burçin Baþkaya, Marmaray Avrasya Consult/Yüksel Proje, Turkey Is Safety a Priority or a Cultural Issue? Burçin Baþkaya, Marmaray Avrasya Consult/ Yüksel Proje, Turkey Sick Building Syndrome and Technical Measurement Methods of Indoor Air Quality Burhanettin Kurt, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Special Applications for Improvement of Health and safety performance at Construction Works Bülent Çakar, Gama Nurol JV, Turkey Contractor Security Practices in Automotive Industry Ford Otosan Bülent Özkan, Ford Otosan, Turkey Joint Project to Research Silicosis Freaquency and Working Conditions of the Workes at Blue Jeans Sondblasting Workplaces Bülent Þimþek, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

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The Role of Social Service in the Industry Safety and Health in Minas Gerias Carla Aparecida Gonçalves Sirqueira, Serviço Social Da Industria De Minas Gerias, Brazil

Participative Detection of the Occupational Risks in the Tunisian Industry of Textile Charfeddine Amri, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Tunisia

RECODESTIL (Recreation, Leisure, Entertainment): A Physical, Social and Psychological Factor to Prevent Occupational Diseases at Construction Sites Carlos Eduardo Febres Fajardo, Central University of Venezuela, Venezuela

Ergonomic Study Of Musculo-Skeletal Disorders in Monastir Hospital (Tunisia) Charfeddine Amri, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Tunisia

Safe Work at Heights as a Corporate Social Responsibility Carlos Ignacýo Correa Valencia, Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM), Colombia Associations among Sociodemographic and Labor Variables and Diseases Groups with the Presence of Psychosocial Factors in Workers of the Electric Train System, Guadalajara, México Carolina Aranda Beltrán, Instituto de Investigación en Salud Ocupacional, University of Guadalajara, Mexico Mechanical Determinants of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in a Population of the Colombian Flower industry Catalina Velez, ARP SURA, Colombia Psychoeducational Intervention in Symptoms of Stress, Job Stressors and Psychophysiological Markers in Nurses a Hospital in Mexico Cecilia Colunga, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social; Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico Analysis of Work Related Accidents in the Mining Sector from 2000-2010: The Case of Minas Gerais State, Brazil Celso Salim, Fundacentro/Ministry of Labour and Employment, Brazil Social Security in Brazil: The Impact of Epidemiological Nexus on the Benefits Related to Occupational Diseases Celso Salim, Fundacentro/Ministry of Labour and Employment, Brazil Mining Sector in Brazil: Retirements for Workplace Accidents and Work-Related Diseases from 2000 to 2010 Celso Salim, Fundacentro/Ministry of Labour and Employment, Brazil Training Studies of HESME Train Cemalettin Beldek, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Management’s Role for Safety and Management of Safety Cenk Cesur, ARTI QEHS Consultancy, Turkey The Study of Surviving of Bacteria on Charcoal Filters under Nutrient, Moisture Regain and Water Content Conditions Chane Yu Lai, Department of Occupational Safety & Health (& Graduate Program), Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan, China A Study of Occupational Stress in Employees of a Thermal Power Plant Chaolin Li, Institute of Occupational Health and Poison Control for China CDC, China

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A more Objective Evaluation of the Repetitiveness in the Compensation of Musculoskeletal Disorders: the Case Of Tunisia Charfeddine Amri, Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Tunisia Combined Effect of Production Factors on the Functional State of Operators Involved in Shift Work Chernyuk Vladimir, Institute for Occupational Health, Ukraine

The Zeta 0 Organization: Safety as Strategy Colin Duncan, Behavioral Science Technology, USA Portuguese Public Administration: Is there a System Approach in the Implementation of Portuguese Strategy for Occupational Safety and Health (2008 - 2012) Conceição Baptista, Portuguese National Institute of Public Administration, Portugal Case Study of RSI Based Epidemiology Whereas Proceedings Pursued at Justice Work in 2007 in Sao Jose Dos Pinhais - Parana - Brazil Costa Junior Hamilton, Federal University of Parana, Brazil Effect of an Exercise Program on the Perceived Quality of Life of Warehouse Workers Cristina Mesquita, Health School of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal

Aerosol Penetration Through Particulate Protective Clothing Materials Chih-Chieh Chen, National Taiwan University / College of Public Health, Taiwan

Implementation of Risk Profiles in Mexican Sugar Mills Dagoberto Rojas, SIMAPRO Project of ILO, Costa Rica

CD/DVD for SME: Safety and Health at Work – A New Tool for Small Enterprises Christian Schenk, AUVA, Austria

Energy Expenditure During Life Aboard Ship: Comparison of Measurement Methods Dai Shimaura, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan

Workplace Field Testing of the Pressure Drop of Particulate Respirators Using Welding Fumes Chungsik Yoon, Department of Environmental Health, School of Public Heath, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea Comparison of Nanoparticle Concentrations by Task Based Exposure Assessment in the Workplace Chungsik Yoon, Department of Environmental Health, School of Public Health, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea An Appraisal of the Positive Actions Undertaken by European Construction Professions to Ensure Health, Safety and Welfare is an Integral Aspect of Competency of their Registrants Ciaran McAleenan, Expert Ease International, N. Ireland Arp Sura’s Involvement in the Porce III Hydroelectrical Project Claudio Manuel Arias Estrada, ARP SURA, Colombia Defining the Lumbar Load of Furniture Removers Claus Backhaus, BG Verkehr, Germany The Contractor Quandary: Sustainable Safety Solutions for Short-Term Employees Colin Duncan, Behavioral Science Technology, USA The Zero-Harm Organization: Shifting the Focus from Injuries to Exposures Colin Duncan, Behavioral Science Technology, USA

Developing Low-Tech Safety Measures for and with Waste Workers in Ethiopia Potentials and Limits of Participatory Approaches Daniela Bleck, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Germany (BAuA), Germany Indoor Air Quality-Carbon Dioxide Concentration and Sick Building Syndrome Daniela Rusea, National Institute of Public Health, Romania Selling Safety to Sales - a Comprehensive Approach to Safety in a Global Sales Organization David Davis, Eli Lilly and Company, USA Health Risk Assessment of Chemical Pollutants in a Petrochemical Complex Davood Eskandari, Department of Occupational Health, Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Survey of Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Disorders and Work-Related Risk Factors in Employees of an Automobile Industry in Tehran, 2009 Davood Eskandari, Department of Occupational Health, Kashan University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Safety and Occupational Safety Expert System - Croatian Model Davorin Kacian, University College of Applied Sciences in Safety, Croatia Obesity Rate Among Workers and Relevant Factors Deniz Oruç, Düzce University, Turkey

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Poster Sessions Trends in Rates of Fatal and Nonfatal Employment Injuries in Turkey (2003-2009) Deniz Oruç, Düzce University, Turkey Interdisciplinary Research Project: Principles of Work Scheduling Dieter Schlagbauer, Technical University Graz/ Institute of Construction Management and Economics, Austria Secret Heroes: Effectiveness of First Aid Trainings Dilek Tiryaki, ARTI Health & Environment & Quality Consultancy, Turkey Lower Limb Workloads of Construction Workersa Database for Preventive Measures Dirk Marcel Ditchen, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IFA), Germany Collective Emotion and Decision-Making Process in Emergency Medicine Dominique Ansel, UFR SLHS University of Franche - Comté, France Implications of Maritime Piracy to the Health and Safety of Seafarers Don Eliseo Lucero Prisno, Cardiff University, UK

www.safety2011turkey.org Some Proposals about Mobbing According to Occupational Physicians Elif Vatanoðlu, University of Yeditepe, Medical Faculty, Turkey Evaluation of Noise Exposure Risk in an Industrial Workplace by using Fuzzy Logic Method Eshaghi Mahbobeh, Hamadan University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Mining Sector and Zonguldak Case in Improvement of OHS in Turkey Esra Akay Tiryakioðlu, Bartýn University Turkey The Location of the State in Ergonomics and OHS Strategies Esra Bozcan, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey A Sick Building Syndrome - A Case Study in a Multistory Centrally Air-Conditioned Building in Ankara Esra Yýlmaz, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

Governance of Health and Safety of the Global Maritime Industry Don Eliseo Lucero Prisno, Cardiff University, UK

Bank of New Zealand Injury Prevention Programmes Eta Lilic, Bank of New Zealand (BNZ), New Zealand

Retrospective Exposure Assessment Used in Epidemiological Cancer or Mortality Risk Studies of Wafer Fabrication Workers: Limitations and Recommendations Donguk Park, Korea National Open University, Republic of Korea

Preliminary Assessment of a Holistic Methodology for Occupational Health & Safety Performance Evaluation Eva Sgourou, University of Patras, Greece

Occupational Accidents and Affecting Factors E. Füsun Civil, Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey Hydraulic Versus Electric Hospital Beds Edda Maria Capodaglio, Fondazione Salvatore Maugeri, Italy Evaluation of Work-Related Psychosocial and Ergonomics Factors in Relation to Low Back Discomfort in Emergency Unit Nurses Ehsan Habibi, Esfahan Medical University, School of Health, Department of Occupational Health, Islamic Republic of Iran

Greek Labour Inspectorate: Facing New Challenges in the Context of Current Economic Crisis Eva Sgourou, University of Patras, Greece Ergonomic Evaluation in an Assembly Line of Electric Motors Before and After Implementation of New Technologies Evelin Escalona, Centro de Estudios en Salud de los Trabajadores/ Universidad de Carabobo, Venezuela An Implication Model for the Workplaces Without Pain: Ergonomic Improvement Campaign F. Dilek Tiryaki, ARTI QEHS Consultancy, Turkey

Importance of Dynamic Risk Assessment Concepts to Prevention Strategies Eldeen Pozniak, CEO / Pozniak Safety Associates Inc, Canada

Innovative Design of Protection Measures Fargnoli Mario, Italian Ministry of Agriculture, COSVIR III, Italy

Integrated Hematology Indexes at Patients with Professional Toxic-Dust Bronchitis in Manufacture of Primary Aluminium Elena Kashanskaja, Yekaterinburg Medical Research Center for Prophylaxis and Health Protection in Industrial Workers, Russian Federation

Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds on Arak Car Painters and Pulmonary Function Effects Farhad Ghamari, Arak University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

Internal Communication Practices among at Workplace Safety Culture Cases from Turkey Elif Sungur, University of Maltepe, Communication Faculty, Public Relation and Publicity Department, Turkey XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

Survey of Risk Factors of Occupational Accidents in a Metal Industry, Arak (2005-2007) Farhad Ghamari, Arak University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

Study of Biosorption Function of Xanthan (Iran made) for Removing Hexavalent Chromium from Aqueous Solutions and Air Farideha Golbabaei , Department of Occupational Health Engineering, School of Public Health and Institute of Health Research Center, Tehran University of Medical Science, Islamic Republic of Iran Combined Effect of Occupational Exposure to Noise and Solvents and Workers Safety Fateheya Metwally, National Research Center, Egypt Improvement of Occupational Health and Safety Conditions at Workplaces in Turkey Fatma Nur Baþayar, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Analysis Individual Disagreement Approaches of Employees within the Framework of OSH: Çanakkale Case on Disaster Management Employees Fehmi Volkan Akyön, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University Health Academy, Turkey Results Of Safety Culture, Occupational Health & Safety Practices in a Cement Factory Ferdi Tanýr, Çukurova University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey Develop The OHS Management System in Privatized Mining Company Located in a Developing Country Fernando Altamirano, Volan Mining, Peru Dosimetric Monitoring of Workers Occupationally Exposed to Ionizing Radiation in Chile Fernando Leyton, Health Public Institute Of Chile, Chile Economic Analysis of Safety Risks in Construction Fernando de Almeida Santos, Tabique Engenharia Lda., Portugal A Case Study-New Approaches in Monitorýng and Evaluation of Health and Safety (HS) Performance in a Large-Scale Construction Project in Ýstanbul-Turkey Fýrat Þükrü Eker, Ivme Management Consultancy and Education Ltd., Turkey Comparison of Employees Awareness Conscious of Occupational Health and Security Which in Company has Work Health &Safety Organization and has not Works Health &Safety Organization Occupational Health Filiz Doðan, Legrand Electric, Turkey Formaldehyde Filiz Ýlhan, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ISGUM) Bursa Laboratory, Turkey Effectiveness of Safety Training in Reducing Occupational Injuries- an Epidemiological Followup Study in the German Glass Industry Frank Bochmann, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the DGUV (IFA), Germany Enhancement of Skin Protection in Hairdressers in Europe - A Common Recommendation for Europe Flora Karla Sonsmann, University of Osnabrueck, Germany

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RECODESTIL: Preventive Method for the Assessment of Occupational Diseases Caused by Work-Related Stress Francia Johnymar Castro Alvarenga, Universidad Bolivariana De Venezuela, Cigel, Labor Studies Research Group Center, Venezuela

Prevention Noise in Manufacturing in Estonia Gyltshara Tarmas, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Clothing Flame-Retardant Contradicting International Standards to Ensure Comfort for Electricians Francis Albert Fonseca Nascimento, Companhia Energética De Minas Gerais, Brazil

Occupational Strain among Health Care Workers Ha Nguyen Thu, National Institute of Occupational and Environmental Health, Vietnam

Prevalence of Needlestick Injuries and Related Factors among Nurses Fresteh Gholami, Babol University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Regulations and Their Applications Garip Erel, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey New Concept for Risks Arising from Occupational Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Georg Hilpert, German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Germany Occupational Health Effects and its Internalisation George Alexthopil, Graduate School of Technology Management University of Pretoria, the Republic of South Africa Corporate Governance for OHS Across Thirty Five of the Largest Mental Health Service in Australia George Osman, Melbourne Health Aged Persons Mental Health Program, Australia Chronic Fatigue of Work Strain George Pyshnov, Occupational Health of the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine Effectiveness and Activity of Specialists in Health and Safety at Work Gerhard Strothotte, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany Health and Safety Professionalism in the Globalised Economy Gisela Derrick, IOSH, UK The Analysis of the Factors that Effect the Health Problems and Rate of Attendance to Work of the Coal Miners Who Work in Shifts in the Zonguldak Coal Basýn Gökhan Ofluoðlu, Zonguldak Karaelmas University, Turkey Prediction of Safety-Related Behavior among Turkish Nurses: an Application of Theory of Planned Behavior Gülçin Haktanýr, Middle East Technical UniversityIndustrial and Organizational Psychology M.S. Program, Turkey Work and Technology on Human Terms Gunnar Lagerstrom, Prevent - Management and Labour Improving Work Environment, Stockholm, Sweden, Sweden The Experience of a Health Center about Sickness Certification, a Preliminary Study at Hacettepe University (in Ankara, Turkey) Gülsün Polatkan, Hacettepe University, Turkey

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Easy Safety Training Access By E-Learning H. Altuð Erbil, Point LLC, Turkey

Workload and 24h-Heart Rate Variability in Operators Ha Nguyen Thu, National Institute of Occupational and Environmental Health, Vietnam Best Safety Practices for Outdoor Advertising in Turkey Hacer Kayhan, EHS Environmental Health and Safety Consultancy, Turkey Applications of OHSAS 18000 for Mining and Situation in Turkey Hacer Kayhan, EHS Environmental Health and Safety Consultancy, Turkey Petrochemicals Environmental Polluted & Health Impacts in District Fier(Albania) Hajdar Luka, National Public Health Institute, Albania Effects of Participatory Ergonomics Intervention On Office Workers Working with Computer on Upper Extremity Disorder and Disability Hakan Baydur, Dokuz Eylül University Faculty of Medicine, Public Health Department, Turkey Development of OSH in Tunisian Small and Middle Enterprises Halim Hamzaoui, Occupational Health and Safety Inspection, Tunisia Health and Safety Factor for the Development of Sustainable Enterprises Hamid Abdi Valikchali, Miami Co , Islamic Republic of Iran Toxic Mercury Determination in Air of Workplace and Environmental Samples Using Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometry After Preconcentration with Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes Hamid Shirkhanloo, Research of Petroleum Industry Health Organization (RPIHO), Islamic Republic of Iran OSH' Aspects among Child Worker in Indonesia Hanifa Denny, Graduate School of Diponegoro University, Indonesia OHS Development for Mining Sector Hande Seray Taþtekin, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Vibration and Effects of Vibration on Human Health Hatice Saðlam, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Prevalence of Depression in a Group of Textile Workers in Turkey and Related Factors Havva Atik, Realkom, Turkey

Role and Assessment of Visual Performance at Workplace Helmut Krueger, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Benefits Which are Paid by Accidents in Rondônia, in The Brazilian Amazon Heinz Roland Jakobi Rondônia, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Brasilia, Brazil New Lighting Systems - New Challenges - New Opportunities Helmut Krueger, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Analysis of Noise and Vibration Levels in a Car Assembly Plant Hermes Carmona, University of Carabobo, Venezuela High Incidence of Occupational Blood Exposures (OBE) in the Health Care Workers SECTOR of Low Income Countries, Using the Example of Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR) Hermione Dahlia Mossoro Kpinde, Complexe Pédiatrique de Bangui, Central African Republic Determination of Lymphocyte DNA Damage by Use of Comet Assay in Painters Hýnç Yýlmaz, Ministry of Health Occupational Diseases Hospital, Turkey Outside Air Influence on Microclimate in Mines Hilda Herman, National Institute of Public Health, Romania Organism Strain and Body Position at Work Hilda Herman, National Institute of Public Health, Romania The Working Conditions Strain at Control Panel Hilda Herman, National Institute of Public Health, Romania Acute Occupational Pesticide Poisoning in Morocco Hinde Hami, Ibn Tofail University, Morocco Analysis of Scuba Diving Accidents in Japan, Hisayo Tomago, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan Assessment of Occupational Exposure to Airborne Fibers Using Pcm, Plm and Sem Microscopic Methods Simultaneously Hossein Marioryad, Yasuj University Of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Ergo-Culture in Workers Hülya Yucel, Okan University, Turkey A Software Program Systems to Estimate Workplaces Accidents in Production Hüseyin Ceylan, University of Kýrýkkale, Turkey A Hundred Factory Measurement Intrested Ten Sector; Assessment of the Measurement in Terms of OHS and Process Sub Hüseyin Sezek, ÝSGÜM Kocaeli Laboratory, Turkey Vibration (Hand, Arm and Whole Body) Measurement and Assessment Practices in Terms of OSH and a Best Practice: Ford Otosan Kocaeli Factory Hüseyin Sezek, ÝSGÜM Kocaeli Laboratory, Turkey

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www.safety2011turkey.org Scorecard on Kenya’s Safety Culture in the Sugar Industry J. Morumbasi Mongoni, Seven Engine Techse, Kenya

Critical Incident Response Program - A Clinical Case Juan Carlos Cardenas, Mutual De Seguridad, Chile

Biological Hazards in Sewage Treatment Plant EteBelém, Curýtýba - Paraná, Brazil Jair Dionisio, Universidade Federal Do Paraná, Brazil

The Biofeedback and Stress in Workers in the Packing Area of an Industry in Guadalajara, México Juan Manuel Vazquez Goni, Secretaria De Salud Jalisco, Mexico

Contribution of the Work Place Study in the Etiologic Diagnosis of Toxic Cytopeny Samya Jamoussi Marouen, Medical University, Tunisia Efficiency Assessment of the Economic Factors Applied to Stimulate Improvement of Work Conditions in Poland Jan Rzepecki, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

Traffic Safety Training for Drivers of Rescue and Emergency Vehicles Jürgen Wiegand, Institute for Work and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance (IAG), Germany Instruments of Taiwan OSH Management System Jung-Pin Yu, Safety and Health Technology Center, Taiwan

Child Labour - Realities, Preventive Approaches and Opportunities for its Limitation Jasmine Pavlova, Faculty of Public Health, Medical University, Bulgaria

Impact of Demographical Changes on Strategy of Occupational Health and Safety Management Juraj Sinay, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia

Malignant Mesothelioma (Mm): to Establish the Relation of the Mm With Occupational Exposition to Asbestos Javier Franco Y Trujillo, Mexican Institute of Fiber Industries, A.C., Mexico

Railway Workers, Hypertension Screening and Treatment Responses Kadir Atlý, Turkish State Railways (TCDD),Turkey

Psychoactive Substance Use and the Role of Work Organization: Challenges for Union Actions in Occupational Safety and Health Jean Simon Deslauriers, University of Laval, Canada Excess Lifetime Cancer Risk Assessment of Workers in Asbestos-Containing Waste Industry Jee Yeon Jeong, Yongin University, Republic of Korea

Determination of Occupational Health and Safety Problems of Metal Industry’s Small Medium Sized Enterprises Kaðan Yücel, Occupational Safety and Health Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Occupational Accidents in a Mineral Deposit in Morocco Kamal Wifaq, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco

Developing Safe Learners in England Jim Rush, WYG, UK

The Layout of a Workstation for a Nurse Kamal Wifaq, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco

Effects of Early Support Intervention on Employees’ Work Ability and Well-Being Johanna Turja, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland

Blood Exposure Accidents among Nurse Anesthetists Kamal Wifaq, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco

Organizational Strategies, Organizational Trust and Welfare Committee to Improve the Quality of Life in the Manufacturing Industry in Jalisco, Mexýco José Guadalupe Salazar Estrada, University of Guadalajara, Mexico

Occupational Accidents in a Construction Site of a Highway Kamal Wifaq, Occupational Health Service, CHU Ibn Rochd, Morocco

An Evaluation of the Brazilian Institute of Occupational Health and Safety Activities Jose Jackson, Fundacentro, Brazil Occupational Noise Exposure in Small and Medium Sized industries in Northern Cyprus Joubin Zahiri Khameneh, Eastern Mediterranean University, Nothern Cyprus Design an Intervention Protocol for the Prevention of Wmsd in Colombia Juan Alberto Castillo Martinez, Colegio Mayor Universidad Del Rosario, Colombia

Do You Know? Did not Leave Accidents to Me Kamil Orhan, Pamukkale University, Turkey Burnout Syndrome as an Occupational Disease among Advocates Kamil Orhan, Pamukkale University, Turkey The Usage of Personal Protective Equipment in Construction Kamuran Dinç, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey Safety Sign Manual for the Construction Industry Kari Campos, Social Service of Industry - Regional Department Bahia, Brazil Chemical Substances Karin Grahn, Prevent Sweden, Sweden

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www.safety2011turkey.org Real Time Monitoring in Analytic Laboratories at Refineries: NTP 555 as Alternative Method for The Nom-010-Stps-1999 Kristy Pena, Freelance Engineer, Germany

Work Conditions and Home-Work Space in Artisanal and Familiar Micro Enterprises Ligia Sánchez Tovar, University of Carabobo, Venezuela

Glutaraldehyde in the Hospital Center Ibn Rochd of Casablanca Laila Bellabdaoui, Department of Occupational Health, University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd, Morocco

Effects of a Workers’ Oral Health Program on Caries Reduction Livia Maria Aragao de Almedia Lacerda, SESI, Brazil

Problems and Solutions of Turkey’s OSH Organizations Kasým Özer, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Layout of a Worksation and Professional Redeployment in the Hospital Center Ibn Rochd Casablanca Laila Bellabdaoui, Department of Occupational Health, University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd, Morocco

The Development of Risk Perception Risk for Young Workers in an Online Course Luciano Nadolny, Serviço Social da Indústria do Paraná, Brazil

Work Ability of Ageing Employees with Mainly Mental Work Demands in the Public Sector Katya Vangelova, National Center of Public Health Protection, Bulgaria

The Health and Safety Management System at Work in the Moroccan Context Laila Bellabdaoui, Department of Occupational Health, University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd, Morocco

Stress and Musculoskeletal Disorders in Broadcasting Engineers: the Role of Ergonomic Factors and Work Organization Katya Vangelova, National Center of Public Health Protection, Bulgaria

Occupational Risks in the New Technology of Information and Communication Laila Nahime, University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd, Occupational Health Service, Morocco

Man-Made Mineral Fibres in Russian Federation: Review of 300 Russian Publications Kashanskiy Sergey, Yekaterinburg Medical Research Center for Prophylaxis and Health Protection in Industrial Workers, Russian Federation Revolutionary Advances in OSH: Last Decade in Turkey Kasým Özer, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Model for the Implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Management System (OSHMS), Based on the ILO and OHSAS 18001 Guidelines, for the Chain of Furnishers of Large Industries Katyana Menescal, Social Service of Industry Regional Department Bahia, Brazil Return on Investment in Worksite Wellness Program: Results of an Experiment in a Large Chemical Industry in Bahia Katyana Menescal, Social Service of Industry Regional Department Bahia, Brazil The Details of the Safety and Health Plan for Constructions in National Legislation and Foreign Countries Legislations Kayhan Topaloðlu, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Safeguard Measures Form Sulfuric Acid Kemal Kolat, Ýsdemir Iron and Stell Co., Turkey Upgrade Program of Moroccan Companies for Occupational Health and Safety Kenza Kahlai, National Insutute for Working Life, Morocco Quantitative and Qualitative Parameters of Air Ionization on the Indoors Workplace Konstantin Chernyy, Perm State Technical University, Russian Federation Back to Work Krister Skoglund, PREVENT, Sweden CONTRACTERANTO - a Web Based Communication-Tool for High Risk Work Environments Where Non-Native Speakers Are Involved Kristien De Ro, Active Project Development Europe, Belgium

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Swine Influenza at Health Care Workers in the University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd Laila Nahime, University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd, Occupational Health Service, Morocco The Importance of Speciation for the Evaluation of Occupational Exposure to Arsenic Laura Diaz Falconi, Toxicology and Environmental Hygiene Department, Faculty of Chemistry, University of the Republic, Montevideo, Uruguay Ergonomic Workplace Design for Prevention of Health Damages Caused by Monotonous Work Laura Tkatsova, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Improving Workplace Health in Singapore Lucy Leong, Occupational Safety and Health Division, Ministry of Manpower, Singapore Updates on Workplace Health in Singapore Lucy Leong, Occupational Safety and Health Division, Ministry of Manpower, Singapore Evaluation of Brazilian Benzene Agreement and Legislation Luiza Maria Nunes Cardoso, Fundacentro- Labor of Ministry, Brasil Squat or Lean: Push Strategies Minimizing Effort for Work Tasks Lynn Varcin-Coad, NHMRC Centre of Clinical Research Excellence in Spinal Pain, Injury and Health, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, Australia Squatting, Rocking or Leaning: PUSH Strategies Minimizing Perceived Exertion Lynn Varcin-Coad, NHMRC Centre of Clinical Research Excellence in Spinal Pain, Injury and Health, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, Australia

When Workers Analyze their Own Jobs Leda Leal Ferreira, Fundacentro, Brazil

Concept of an Outpatient Clinic of the WorkRelated Diseases - Medicover Case Study Maciej Zdrodowski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Innovative Design of Protection Measures for Supporting SMEs Leonardo Vita, Italian Ministry of Agriculture, COSVIR III, Italy

The Medical Team Confronted to the Risks of Error Magalie Bonnet, University of Franche-Comté, Psychology Laboratory, France

Biosafety Competence: Accredited Training Provision by the University of Edinburgh Les Allan, University of Edinburgh, Biosafety Training Institute, UK

Assessment of Respirator Filters Collection Efficiency for Capture of Hexavalent Chromium Mists Mahmoud Heidari, Gilan University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

Study of Activities of Postmen Motorcyclists Focused in Motorcycle Accidents Licia Nascimento, Social Service of Industry, Brazil Work Environment Conditions and Consequences to Worker’s Health: the Case of Companies in the Food and Beverage Sector Licia Nascimento, Social Service of Industry, Brazil Morbidity Absenteeism as Criteria of Difficulty of Work Lidija Delevic, Health Care Center, Serbia and Montenegro

Health Problems were Detected in Cement Factory Workers Mahmut Kýlýç, Health Academy of Bozok University, Turkey Global Analysis of Ergonomic Working Conditions in the Production Area of a Company in the Plastic Industry Maiza Cavalcanti, Social Service of Industry Regional Department Bahia, Brazil Health Risks that Nursing Profession Brought to, Healthy Hospital Environment and Occupational Health Services Makbule Tokur Kesgin, Abant Ýzzet Baysal University, Turkey

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Poster Sessions Health Based OEL’s of Chemicals in Poland in 2010 Malgorzata Dobecka, Nofer Institute Occupational Medicine, Poland National Poison Information Centre in Poland - 40 Years of Experience Malgorzata Kotwica, Nofer Institute Occupational Medicine, Poland

www.safety2011turkey.org Gender Perspective in Legislation and Practice on OSH: the Case of Central America Maria Antonia Medrano Delgado, Working Studies Center-Paulo Freire University, Nicaragua Comparison of Pesticide Exposure Methods Maria Lourdes Medina, Costa Rica Institute of Technology, Costa Rica

Managing Indicators of Work-Related Absence in Poland Malgorzata Pecillo, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland

Organizational Factors and Job Satisfaction in the Construction Industry in Spain Maria Luisa Cantonnet, Unýversity of Basque Country, Spain

Ergonomics as Basis for a Decision Support System in the Printing Industry Manel Mateo, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Incorporation of Safety and Health at Work for Business Small and Micro Enterprises - Educational Innovation: a Didactic in Construction Maria Muccillo, Fundacentro, Brazil

Assessing the Risks Associated with New Types of Work Manfred Fischer, VBG - German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Administrative Sector, Germany

The Chemical Lab Work Associated with Environmental Hygiene and Fatigue Symptoms María Olivia Peña Ortiz, Unýversity of Guadalajara, Mexico

Oral Health in Actions of Occupational Safety and Health Marcia Teles, Social Service of Industry - Regional Department Bahia, Brazil The Path of Oral Health in Worker’s Health at Social Service of Industry (SESI) Regional Department of Bahia Marcia Teles, Social Service of Industry - Regional Department Bahia, Brazil The Oral Health of Workers of a Metallurgical Industry in Metropolitan Region of Salvador, Bahia - Brazil Marcia Teles, Social Service of Industry - Regional Department Bahia, Brazil Work-Related Oral Diseases in Industry Marcia Teles, Social Service of Industry - Regional Department Bahia, Brazil Thoughts that Can Kill: Safety Culture Improvement Programme as a Proactive and Preventative Approach to Safety at Work – a Case Study from a UK Coal-Fired Power Plant Marcin Nazaruk, Fiddler’s Ferry Power Station, Scottish and Southern Energy, UK PSQ - Management System Approaching the Sustainability and OSH on Brazil Marcondes Moraes, IBC, Brazil Overweight and Auto Esteem in School Teenagers of Average Basic Education of the Metropolitan Zone of Guadalajara Maria Ana Valle Barbosa, University of Guadalajara, Mexico Case Study: Reducing Absenteeism Through Implementation of an Occupational Safety and Health Management System in Companies of the Construction Sector Maria Fernanda Lins, Social Service of Industry Regional Department Bahia, Brazil

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Difference in the Psychosocial Symptomatology among Workers and Nurses of Companies of Seed Packaging Maria De Lourdes Preciado, University of Guadalajara, Brazil The Culture of Prevention for a Healthy and Safe Work in Enterprises of Small and Medium Size in Greece Maria Paralýka, T.E.I. of Athens, Greece Monitoring and Evaluation on OSH: the Impact of Changes in the Composition of the Workforce on Occupational Health and Safety Issues Marie Larue, Institut de Recherche Robert-Sauvé en Santé et en Sécurité du Travail, Canada Twenty- Five Years of Alcohol & Drug Policies at the Workplace in Belgium (Flanders): What Do We Know? Marie-Claire Lambrechts, Vereniging voor Alcoholen andere Drugproblemen (VAD), Belgium Occupational Health and Safety System in the Republic of Croatia Marija Zavalic, Croatian Institute of Health and Safety of Work, Croatia Exploratory Study on Safety Conditions of Health Workers Exposed to Antineoplastic Drugs Maritza Rojas, University of Carabobo, Venezuela & Mrm-Consultox, Venezuela Burnout among Finnish Dairy Farmers Marja Kallioniemi, MTT Agrifood Research Finland, Finland Possibilities to Improve Occupational Safety by Animal Handling Practices: A Qualitative Study from Finnish Dairy Farms Marja Kallioniemi, MTT Agrifood Research Finland, Finland Evaluation of Natural Radioactivity of Some Deposition Radyvnvklyydhay Aquatic Plants and Arvand River and the Persian Gulf Marjan Falah, Islamic Azad University Khuzestan, Islamic Republic of Iran

Occupational Health and Safety Culture in the School: Research, Development, Promotion and Dissemination Marta Petyx, INAIL-Italian Workers’ Compensation Authority, Department of Occupational Medicine (ISPESL), Italy The Surgeon Dentist to Stress not Perceived as an Occupational Risk Martha Patricia Hernández Guerrero, University of Guadalajara, Mexico 15 Key Lessons Learned from a Lifetime in Health and Safety Martin Barnard, Capita Symonds Limited, UK Organizational and Personal Factors in Judging the Occupational Risk Acceptability Matilde Rodrigues, University of Minho, Portugal Alcohol Abuse at Workplace: A Qualitative Assessment in Health Surveillance Martinez K., ASEPEYO, Spain Preventing and Controlling Endemic Diseases during a Pipeline Construction in Amazon Region Mauricio Abi Ramia Chimelli, Brazilian Petroleum Company, Brazil Occupational Exposure to Noise and Inhalable Particles in the Monitoring of Gaseous Emissions - Case Study Maximino Rodrigues, Envienergy Lda., Portugal Prioritizing Critical Success Factors Influencing Safety, Using Topsis Mazdak Khodadadi Karimvand, Islamic Azad University, Najafabad Branch, Islamic Republic of Iran The Influence of Employees’ Satisfaction and Motivation on Job Accidents Mazdak Khodadadi Karimvand, Islamic Azad University, Najafabad Branch, Islamic Republic of Iran That is Software for the Country-wide Monitoring of the OHS Services at Workplace Meftun Sakallý, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Burning Future of Indian Youth: Case Study of Indian Firework Industries Meghna Agarwal, National Law Institute University, Bhopal, India Prevalence of Subjective and Musculoskeletal Symptoms among Cold Store Workers Mehdi Ghasemkhani, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Evaluation of Change Schedule of Organic vapor Respirator Cartridges in a Petrochemical Industry Mehdi Jahangiri, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Evaluating the Process of Diagnosis of Occupational Diseases and Applications of Different Countries Mehmet Berk, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

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Poster Sessions National OHS Policy Documents and Implemantations Mehmet Berk, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Occupational Accidents and Diseases in the Changing Business World: a Case Study for Çorlu Mehmet Caner Kocabaþý, Tekirdað Namýk Kemal University, Turkey

www.safety2011turkey.org The HSWI: Health and Safety Workplace Index. A New Method for Managing the Residual Risk in Hospitals Michele Buonanno, Golder Associates, Italy Safety and Health at Work as a Factor of Competitiveness of Organizations Miguel Corticeiro Neves, Portuguese Air Force, Portugal

Environmental Aspects by Life Cycle Analysis in Production Processes: Cement Case Money Abdelmoumene, University of Batna, Algeria Social Realities of the Workers of the Informal Economy Gender, Jalisco, Mexico Monica Isabel Contreras Estrada, University of Guadalajara, Mexico

Related to Occupational Accidents Lost of Working Day and Analysis at Garp Lignite Enterprise’s Coal Mine Mehmet Fatih Yýldýrým, Garp Lignite Enterprise, Turkey

Risk Assessment in Portuguese Air Force - a Short, Clear and Concise Methodology Miguel Corticeiro Neves, Portuguese Air Force, Portugal

Evaluation the Efficiency of Respiratory Protective Equipment Based on Biological Monitoring Indicator, Ortho-Cresol, in Urine of Workers Exposed to Toluene Monireh Khadem, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

Statistical Analysis of Work Accidents in Garp Lignite Enterprise and a Case Study on a Particular Accident Mehmet Taksuk, Dumlupýnar University, Turkey

Integration of Occupational Health Services in Primary Health Services Mine Esin Ocaktan, Ankara University, Turkey

The Determinants of Sick Leave Durations of Spanish Self-Employed Moral Alfonso, University of Valladolid, Spain

Standardization of Safety and Health Signals Mehmet Said Aðaoðullarý, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Emotional Safety Emirates Aluminium Mohammad Hussein, Emirates Aluminium, United Arab Emirates

Women Worker in the OHS Mehmet Said Aðaoðullarý, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Why I Moved from Engineering Towards HSE? Mohammad Hussein, Emirates Aluminium, United Arab Emirates

ANSES Proposes a New Tool to Limit Peaks of Exposure in the Workplace Mounia El Yamani, French Agency for Food Environmental and Occupational Health Safety, France

Monitoring and Evaluating Man-Made Mineral Fibres: Scanning Electron Microscopy Method Meltem Mete Kýlýç, Occupational Safety and Health Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

Can Cross Median Structures Affect on Efficiency of Parallel Noise Barriers? Mohammad Reza Monazzam, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

Occupational Diseases in Montenegro: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Mensud Grbovic, Medical School of Podgorica University of Montenegro, Serbia and Montenegro

Occupational and Commuting Injuries among NonGovernmental Employees in Malaysia Mohammed Azman B. Aziz Mohammed, Social Security Organization, Malaysia

Knowledge on Infection Control, Attitudes and Practices of Manicurists and Pedicurists in Establishments Registered to the Chamber of Commerce in Bornova Meral Türk, Ege University Department of Public Health Medical School, Turkey

Ergonomics Assessment of Musculoskeletal Disorders Risk Factors in Building Construction Workers by Path Method Mohammed Hajaghazadeh, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

Monitoring on OSH in Spain: the Spanish Observatory of Working Conditions Mercedes Tejedor Aibar, Institute of Safety and Hygiene at Work, Spain The Prevalence of Pneumoconiosis in Private Coal Mines Workers Metin Çelikiz, Zonguldak Karaelmas University, Turkey The Relationship Between Socidemographic Characteristics, Working Life Characteristics and Work-Related Accidents of Nurses in Mugla State Hospital Metin Pýçakçýefe, Muðla University,Department of Public Health,School of Medicine, Turkey Outcome of the POSITIVE Program in Indonesia for Five Years Miwako Nagasu, Wageningen University, Japan Assessing Work - Related Stress and Integrated Health and Safety Management Michele Buonanno, Golder Associates, Italy

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Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Disorders in Steel Industry Workers, 2010 Mohammed Hamed Hosseini, Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Prevalence of Respiratory Symptoms in Ceramic Factory Workers in Birjand Iran, 2010 Mohammed Hamed Hosseini, Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

Summary of Occupational Health and Safety in Oil and Gas Sectors Mohammed Othman Khalifa, CCOSH-CIS Unit, Republic of Yemen Using of Communication Techniques for Raising Awareness on OHS Muhammed Furkan Kahraman, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Analysis of Occupational Accidents According to the Sectors in Turkey Murat Avan, University of Kýrýkkale, Turkey OHSAS on Machining Mustafa Ceyhun, Ýskenderun Iron and Steel Co., Turkey Electromagnetic Field Mapping and Health Status of Workers Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields in a University Hospital Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey The Frequency of Occupational Accident-Illnesses and Related Factors in Employees Working in Tunçbilek and Soma Mines, Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey

Appointing the Abundance and Comparing Respiratory Symptoms among Welders and Official The Mapping of EM Field and Evaluation of Health Staff in One of Arak Industrial Factory Mohammed Javad Ghannadzade, Arak University Status Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Gazi University Faculty of of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Medicine, Turkey Occupational Health and Safety in Oil and Gas Working Conditions, Frequency of Occupational Sectors Accidents-Ilnesses and Related Factors of Mohammed Othman Khalifa, CCOSH-CIS Unit, Workers Working in a Construction Area in Yemen, Republic of Yemen Sakarya Estimation of the Flammability Characteristics and Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Gazi University Faculty of Zone of a Hydrocarbon Vapor Mixture above Medicine, Turkey Refinery’s Liquid Waste, Mohanad El-Harbawi, University of Technology Knowledge, Attitude and Behaviour of Physicians PETRONAS, Malaysia Working in Primary and Tertiary Health Care Towards Occupational Accidents and Ilnesses Mustafa N. Ýlhan, Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey

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www.safety2011turkey.org Explosion Protection Nihan Merve Akgül, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Energy Contol and Power Lockout ’’Safety Practices in Automotive Industry Ford Otosan’’ Özgür Dandin, Ford Otosan, Turkey

OSH Professional Competence Management System: Framework of New Approach Nikolay Novikov, Perm Regional OSH Centre of Perm State Technical University, Russian Federation

Evaluation of Workers Who not Focused to Job in a Enterprices Özlem Coþkun, Medicine Faculty of Gazi University, Turkey

Job Satisfaction and Stress of Municipal Workers Nimet Emel Lüleci, Marmara University, Turkey

Pyschological Harassment (Mobbing) as a PsychoSocial risk in the Workplace;Qualitative Research on the Academics Özlem Çakýr, 9 Eylül University, Turkey

Nurses Exposure to Cytostatics in the University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd Nahime Laila, Department of Occupational Health, University Hospital Center Ibn Rochd, Morocco

Safety and Health of Female Workers in Polluting Industries: Experience in Pondicherry Region, India Nirmala Velan, Pondicherry University, India

Simplified Integrated Management Systems for Small and Medium Enterprises Adapted to the Italian Construction Industry Sector N. Manderioli, Politecnico Di Milano, Italy

A Cohort Study on Japanese Toner Manufacturing Workers: 5 Years Follow-Up on Biochemical Indices and Markers Nobuaki Yanagi, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan

Prevalence of Risk Factors For Non-Transmissible Dýseases in Workers of Industry in Bahia / Brazil Natalia Ribeiro, Social Service of Industry Regional Department Bahia, Brazil Youth, Employment and Occupational Hazards. a Vision of Workers about the Risk Factors at Work Nathacha Camacho Sanchez, University of Carabobo, Venezuela Food (Fighting Obesity Through Offer and Demand). A Workplace Health Promotion Programme Nathalie Renaudin, Edenred, Belgium Childcare Vouchers: an Answer to Stress Prevention and a Tool for Work-Life Balance Nathalie Renaudin, Edenred, Belgium Occupational Safety and Health Conditions and Solution Proposals at Furniture Industry in Turkey Nazan Ekiz, ÝSGÜM Adana Laboratory, Turkey Provision of Occupational Health and Safety and the Employer Liability Nazan Güleryüz Þiviloðlu, TÜPRAÞ, Turkey Implementation of the European Physical Agents Directive for Vibration in Germany Nazým Gizem Forta, Federal Institute For Occupational Safety And Health (BAUA), Germany OHS Conditions at Aliaða Ship Dismantling Area and Improving Them by Recommendations Nefise Burcu Ünal, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Determination, Diagnosis on Occupational Diseases and Increasing Sensitivity of OHS Professionals in Turkey Nefise Burcu Ünal, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Awareness and Alertness a Factor of Risk at Work: How to Measure? Nick Hardie, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Search and Rescue Training as Part of Health and Safety Management System Nihal Sönmez, Pharmaceutical Company, Turkey XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

Child Labour and Health Outcomes- a Critical Review of Published Evidence 1988-2008 Norbert Wagner, University of South Florida, USA Improvement Of Occupational Health and Safety Culture at Furniture Industry Nurdan Kubal Güler, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey The Importance of Safety Studies in Museums Nuri Özer Erbay, Ýstanbul University, Turkey Scientific Methodical Bases for Rating Work Intensity and Professional Risk Nurlan Smagulov, Karaganda State Medical University, Kazakhstan Nanosafety in the Workplace: The State of Research in Ukraine Oleksandra Demetska , Institute for Occupational Health of AMS of Ukraine, Ukraine The Ultimate Defence Line for Forest Workers: Personal Protection Equipment and Their Use in Turkish Forestry Practice Osman Engür, Ýstanbul University Faculty of Forestry, Turkey The Role of Protective Device Inspections Otto Goernemann, SICK AG, Germany e- Waste Oya Candar, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey The Role and Importancy of Primary Test and Determination Studies for Prevention Occupational Accidents at Construction Sites Ömer Korkut, Ideal OSH Ltd., Turkey Indoor Air Quality in Dental School Environment Özgen Timuçin, Occupational Safety and Health Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

OHS Development in Shipbuilding Sector Özlem Karaboða, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Turkey Occupational Implications for Emergence of Fox Rabies in North-Eastern Italy P.Tomao, Inail, Italy Integration of Perspective General, about Safety and Health at Work in Vasco Pablo Uriarte , Catalunya Politechnique University, Spain From Measurements to Action - an Activity Theoretical Framework on Reducing Flour Dust Exposure in Bakeries Paivi Piispanen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland Effects of Work Design and Training on Occupational Accidents in the Manufacturing Sector in Greece Panagiota Katsakiori, Greek Labour Inspectorate, Greece State of the Art of the Conditýons and Environment of Work of the Personnel of Infirmary in Venezuela, Period 2004-2008 Patricia Maria Ramos Galindez, Central University of Venezuela, Venezuela Validation of the Inhalable Dust Algorithm of the Advanced Reach Tool Using a Dataset from the Pharmaceutical Industry Patricia Mc Donell, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland The Advantages of Learning by Immersion for the Prevention of Occupational and Technology Related Risks Patrick Ndjom, Ready to Be, France Risk Management of Manufactured Nanomaterials, Control Banding Nanotool Delft University of Technology Paul Swuste, Safety Science Group, Netherlands Campaign for the Recognition and Evaluation of Environmental Risks Paulo Sergio De Moraes, Petrobras Transporters, Brazil

Contractor Security Practices in Automotive Industry Ford Otosan Özgür Dandin, Ford Otosan, Turkey

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Post-Graduation Education on Occupational Health and Safety (OHS): Results from a Survey Within European Countries Pedro Arezes, School of Engineering, University of Minho, Portugal

Risk Factors for Development and Persistence of Neck Pain in Undergraduate Students: a 1-Year Prospective Cohort Study Prawit Janwantanakul, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Designing a European Master in OH&S Management: Searching for Partners Pedro Riesgo, University of Oviedo, Spain

Prevalence of and Biopsychosocial Factors Associated with Low Back Pain in Commercial Airline Pilots Prawit Janwantanakul, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Common Issues on Occupational Safety and Health in Small and Medium Size Enterprises in Turkey Pervin Katmer Gürkan, UZD Environment and Occupational Safety Consultation, Turkey

Occupational Health and Safety in Wastewater Treatment Plants Rabia Özkars, Sivas Municipality SÝBESKÝ Directorate, Turkey

The Factors Affecting Worker's Job Satisfaction in a Textile Factory in Denizli Province Reþit Hüsnü Bülent Bilgiç, Association of Occupational Health Physicians, Turkey Effects of Job Stress on Mental Health of Tehran 12 - Regional Police - Men Offýcers in Iran Reza Abbaszadeh Dizaji, Office of Vice-Chancellor to Health Affairs West Azerbaijan Province, Islamic Republic of Iran Prevention Cultures for Risk Management Strategies at Work Ricardo C Rezzonico, National Technological University, Argentina Occupational Neoplasms Prevention in the State of Parana-Brazil Ricardo del Segue Villas-Boas, Serviço Social Da Industria Sesi, Brazil

The Role of the Occupational Physicians in the Work Health and Security: Some Practical Problems Pervin Somer, Law Faculty Kadir Has University, Turkey

Systematic Promotion of Substitution of Hazardous Chemicals on an International Level - the Approach of the European Project “Subsport” Raluca Stepa, Kooperationsstelle Hamburg Ife, Germany

What Do We Really Know about Semicircular Lipoatrophy? Pena R., Asepeyo Matepss 151, Spain

The Follow up Study of Workers Who Hepatisis B Carriers Rana Güven, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Understanding the Work of the Production in School Backpacks: Case Study of the Methodology National Conservatory of Arts and Office Ricardo del Segue Villas-Boas, Serviço Social Da Industria Sesi, Brazil

Country Comparisons of Occupational Health and Safety Applications After the Global Economic Crisis Rana Güven, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Vocal Health Self-Evaluation, in Brazil Ricardo del Segue Villas-Boas, Serviço Social Da Industria Sesi, Brazil

Measuring Future Work Health and Safety Performance Peta Miler, Safe Work Australia, Australia Occupational Health and Safety in Agriculture: Situation and Priorities at the Beginning of the Third Millennium Petar Bulat, University of Belgrade School of Medicine, Serbia and Montenegro Examinaton of Occupational Health Conditions at Gas Stations Petek Özkan, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Prevention Through Competence/ Competence through Cultural Maturity Philip Mcaleenan, Expert Ease International, N. Ireland Methodology for the Evaluation of Qualitative Factors in Safety Culture Philip Mcaleenan, Expert Ease International, N.Ireland Assessment of Airborne Asbestos Exposure During the Ship Dismantling and Recycling Pýnar Atabek, Occupational Safety and Health Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Psychosocial Risks at Work and Strategies Supporting Psychological Health Pýnar Ünsal, Ýstanbul University, Turkey A Statistical View of the Occupational Health and Safety of Industry Maintenance Workers in Finland Pirjo Irmeli Korhonen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland

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The Role of Arab Labor Organization in Promoting a Culture of Prevention in the Arab Countires Rania Rushdie, Arab Instýtute for OSH, Syria Work Injures as an Indicator of Safety in a Workplace Rasim Agic, Health Care Center, Serbia and Montenegro An Ergonomic Approach for Improving Occupational Safety and Health of Construction Workers Ratri Parida, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India Work-Related Stress Measurement and Management Rebeca Navarro, Unilever Mexico, Mexico German Technical Rule Biological Agents in Health Care and Welfare Services - an Example for Good Practice to Avoid Needle Stick Accidents in Health Care Regina Jackel, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Germany A Friendly Risk Indicator Reginaldo Pedreira Lapa, Ctg, Brazil International Partnership Approach to Biosafety Training Provision in Europe and Asia Reid Aalastair, the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Intelligent Management of Safety and Health Information at the Core of All Planning, Evaluation and Surveillance Efforts at Enterprise Level: Approaches and Methodologies to Be Shared Rene Mendes, School of Medicine Ufmg, Brazil

The Industrial Workers Participating in an Ergonomic Intervention Roberto Sgrott da Silva, Serviço Social da Indústria do Paraná, Brazil Dignity is a Safe Work Practice - Creating WellBeing at Work Through Physical, Psychological and Emotional Safety Robin Nicholas, Health and Safety Communications, United States of America Construction of the National Occupational Safety and Health Profile Of Brazil Rogério Galvão Da Silva, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Brazil How to Motivate for Safety Ron C Mckinnon, Ron Mckinnon and Associates, South Africa Changed Safety Culture and It Nearly Killed Me Ron C Mckinnon, Ron Mckinnon and Associates, South Africa Changing Safety's Paradigms Ron C Mckinnon, Ron Mckinnon and Associates, South Africa The Response of the Autonomic Nervous System Under Mental Stress Positions Individuals at Risk Groups Rouja Nikolova, National Center of Public Protection, Bulgaria EUROSHNET- Sharing Knowledge and Experience for High-Quality Standards and Innovation Rüdiger Reitz, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany

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www.safety2011turkey.org The Project of Determination, Diagnostic and OHS Professional’s Precision Enhancement about Occupational Diseases in Turkey Selçuk Yaþar, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

A Job-Technology-Risk Evaluation Methodology Using Fuzzy Set Theory for Designing a Safe Engineering Work System Souva Majumder, Bengal Engineering & Science University, India

Professional Development of Assistant OHS Experts on European Dimension of OHS Selçuk Yaþar, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Past, Present and Future For Romanian Research in OSH, Through Inter-European Cooperation Stefan Gabriel Kovacs, Incdpm Alexandru Darabont, Romania

Machinery Park Area in Terms of Settlement Order of Occupational Safety Selman Aksoy, Düzce University,Turkey

Who is Responsible for Safety in Your Organization - Really? Stephanie Benay, Bendex Safety Specialists, Canada

Epidemiological Study of Respiratory Malignant Tumors in Men from Asbest City of Sverdlovsk Region Sergey V. Kashanskiy, Yekaterinburg Medical Research Center for Prophylaxis and Health Protection in Industrial Workers, Russian Federation

Geophysical Seismic Safety - New Challenges and New Approaches Stephanie Benay, Bendex Safety Specialists, Canada

Employee Nutrition Serkan Hacýosmanoðlu, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Human Error Probability Index Assessment for Mastering of Emergency Situation in Gas Compression Stations (Gas Transmission of District No.3) Shaghayegh Rahimi Kamal, NIGC (National Iran Gas Company), Islamic Republic of Iran Human Capacity Development on Work Hazards and Safety Practices in the Telecommunication Industry in Nigeria Shamusideen Kadiri, Lago Safety International, Nigeria

International Day of Mourning - What it Means to a Safety Professional Stephanie Benay, Bendex Safety Specialists, Canada An Effective Traffic Safety Program for Shuttle Buses Suna Ýpek Batu, Pharmaceutical Company, Turkey Contribution of Occupational Safety Corporate Reputation and Efficiency Natural Gas Operation Sunullah Doðmuþ, Ýstanbul Gas Distribution Co. (IGDAS), Turkey Adapting Occupational Safety & Health Into the Curriculum of University Courses Suphi Ural, Çukurova University, Turkey

Gynaecological Disorders among Females Engaged in the Manufacture of Sex Hormones Siha Mona, Cairo University, Egypt

Appraising MEA Safety Bridge To the Safety Poster Surasit Polpun, Metropolitan Electricity Authority, Thailand

Evaluation of the TRA ECETOC Model for Inhalation Workplace Exposure to Different Organic Solvents for Selected Process Categories Slawomir Czercak, Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine, Poland

Asbest Süleyman Türemiþ, ÝSGÜM Adana Laboratory, Turkey

Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Occupation: Results of a Case-Control Study in Sousse, Tunisia Souhaiel Chatti, Department of Occupational Diseases, Farhat Hached University Hospital, Tunisia Occupational Asthma in the Tunisian Central Region: Etiologies and Professional Status Souhaiel Chatti, Department of Occupational Diseases, Farhat Hached University Hospital, Tunisia Implementations of ENETOSH S.Suna Ahioðlu, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM) , Turkey Risk Assesment in Metal Industry S.Suna Ahioðlu, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey

Assessment of OHS Indicators in Turkey for Last Fifty Years Süreyya Kapusuz, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Effectiveness of an Interdisciplinary 3-Pillar Prevention Approach for Occupational Skin Diseases (OSD) in Germany Swen Malte John, Iderm-Institute for Interdisciplinary Dermatological Prevention and Rehabilitation, Germany Study on Safety in Red Ceramic Industry in the State of Mato Grosso - Brazil Swylmar Dos Santos Ferreira, Fundacentro, Brazil Work Days Lost Due to Health Problems in the Industry Sylvia Regina Trindade Yano, Social Service of Industry, Brazil The Analysis Attitude of Petroleum Engineering Students and Graduates toward Occupational Helath and Safety Þenay Özdemir, Ideal OHS Ltd., Turkey

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www.safety2011turkey.org Taiwan National Profile on Occupational Safety and Health Tse Hsueh Chang, Institute of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Work Related Early Wear. Ergonomic Research Perspective Viorica Petreanu, the National Research and Development Institute for Labour Protection, Romania

A Web-Based OHS Training Platform for SMEs: ETPOHS Tuðrul Taþçý, Sakarya University, Turkey

Working in Isolation in Hydro-Power Stations. OSH Guidelines Viorica Petreanu, the National Research and Development Institute for Labour Protection, Romania

Problems with Preventive Examinations in Turkey Þevket Aksoy, Association of Occupational Physicians, Turkey

Concrete Plants Safety Competition Tümer Akakýn, Turkish Ready Mixed Concrete Association, Turkey

Evaluation of the Legislation and Regulations of Occupational Safety and Health in Morocco Tahri Loubna, Institut National des Conditions de vie au Travail, Morocco

Women Employees and Being a Mother: an Example of Monitoring and Assistance Ufuk Alatekin, HEQ Consultancy, Turkey

Challenges Facing Plantation Management from Accidents and its Impact on the Palm Oil Industry Tara Singh Suran Singh, Sime Darby Plantation, Malaysia Prevention of the Occupational Accidents in Turkey Construction Section Tarýk Doðru, Ahi Evran University, Turkey Evaluation of Occupational Hazards in Cast Iron Foundries Tayibe Kavak, Occupational Health and Safety Center (ÝSGÜM), Turkey Approach on Risk Assessment at Work in Construction Field Tetsuo Hojo, Institute of Technologists, Japan Musculoskeletal System Symptoms in the Workers Who Work in Noisy Workplaces Tevfik Pýnar, Kýrýkkale University, Faculty of Medicine, Turkey The Skin Prick Test Results and Prevelance of Allergic Symptoms in Workers Exposed to Toluene Tevfik Pýnar, Kýrýkkale University, Faculty of Medicine, Turkey The Effects of Noisy Workplace on Oxidative and Antioxidative Balance in Human Erythrocytes Tevfik Pýnar, Kýrýkkale University, Faculty of Medicine, Turkey Proactive and Preventative Approaches to Safety and Health at Work a Case Study of Kenya Traffic Police Exposure to Automobile Emissions Thomas Omwega Moriango, KPLC, Kenya The Evaluation of Cancerogenic Gaseous Exposure and Occupational Health and Safety Applications at Petrol Stations Tolga Pekiner, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey Drastic Reduction of Accident Figures in Forestry through Effective Health and Safety Measures Torsten Kunz, Hesse Accident Insurance, Germany Motivation to Ensure Health and Safety Trough the Central Recording of Health and Safety Measures Torsten Kunz, Hesse Accident Insurance, Germany

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Occupational Safety and Health in Shipyards and use of Personal Protective Equipment Uður Buðra Çelebi,Yýldýz Technical University, Turkey The Content of 129 Numbered Convention of ILO and its Consonance with Turkey Uður Koç, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey The Human Factor of the Industrial Disasters Ulus Kürþat Þerifoðlu, Ýskenderun Iron and Steel Factory , Turkey Improvements in the Occupational Health and Safety System of an Automobile Factory Ulviye Çalýþkan Polat, Çukurova University, Faculty of Medicine, Turkey

Experience of E- Learning in Ergonomics and OHS Education in University Virve Siirak, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia Roll Over Risk of Agricultural Self Propelled Machines Vincenzo Laurendi, INAIL ex ISPESL, Italy Ergonomic Study on Facilities and Environment Aspect of Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (Consolidation of Education Tourist Attraction in World Class University) Widodo Hariyono, Ahmad Dahlan University, Indonesia Safety Study on Facilities and Environment of "Taman Sari" Water Castle Historical Tourist Attraction in Yogyakarta, Indonesia Widodo Hariyono, Ahmad Dahlan University, Indonesia Stretching as a Workplace Intervention to Reduce Soft Tissue Injuries William Piispanen, Urs Corporation, USA

Occupational Health and Safety in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Sector in Turkey Umut Yüzer, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Welding of Aluminium Alloys: Health Hazards of Lung and Airways Wolfgang Zschiesche, German Social Accident Insurance Institution for Energy, Textile, Electrical and Media Products Sectors, Germany

Psycho-Social Factors at Work Place and Suicide Ülfiye Çelikkalp, Trakya University Health Sciences Institute, Turkey

Periodic Examination in a Transport/Logistics Company in Thailand Worrapan Kamjanakantom, Bangkok Hospital, Thailand

Comparison of the Implementation Regarding External Services in Turkey with EU Countries Ümit Tarhan, Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MoLSS), Turkey

Anxiety Levels and Its Influences on Health and Safety Issues among Site Employees in Construction Sector Yeþim Albayrak Kuruoðlu, Okan University, Department of Applied Sciences, Turkey

Analysis of Occupational Accidents at Electrical Distribution Systems in Ankara and Peripheral Cities Vahit Özkan, Gazi University, Turkey

The Performance of Cooperation Between Schools and Exhibition Hall of Occupational Safety and Health in Taiwan: School to Work Perspective Yi-Chun Yu, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Council of Labour Affairs, Taiwan

Participation and Safety in Nursing Homes. The Workers´ Point of View. Cases Study in Sweden and in Italy Valentina Santi Löw, Venice University, Italy Adaptive Safety - The Next Generation of Safety Management Victoria Rowlands, Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM), Australia Ergodesign as a Part of Risk Assessment for Physical Overload in Hospitals and MSD Prevention Victoria Suhhonenko, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Return on Prevention of Reducing Occupational Injuries-an Epidemiological Follow-up Study in the German Glass Industry Yi Sun, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance IFA, Germany Neck Pain, Low Back Pain and Psychosocial Factors Yohama Caraballo Arias, Universidad Central De Venezuela, Venezuela Survey of Workers Safety Attitude and its Relation to Accident in an Industrial Plant in Tabriz-Iran Yosef Hemmatjo, Bonyan Motor, Islamic Republic of Iran

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Work Conditions and Health Status of Workers of Asbestos-Cement Enterprises in Ukraine Yuriy Kundiev, Institute for Occupational Health of AMS of Ukraine, Ukraine Workplace Organizing Unit, OHS Board’s Activity: Examples of Bursa Yusuf Alper, Uludað University, Turkey Evaluation of the Working Environment Based on the Self Reportings of Nurses Working at Ibni Sina Hospital of Ankara University Faculty of Medicine: Sick Building Syndrome Zehra Uzunhasanoðlu, Ankara University, Turkey Servant Leadership Model to Reinforce Workplace Safety Climate Zeynep Hale Öner, Doðuþ University, Turkey Determining the Possible Health Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Health Zeynep Þenlik, Gazi University Faculty of Medicine Department of Public Health, Turkey The Analysis and Suggestion on the National Standards of Dangerous Chemical Toxicity Test in China Zheng Lin, Institute of Occupational Health and Poison Control for China CDC, China The Evaluation of Occupational Health Practice in Paints and Solvents Worked Workplaces: a Research Ziya Cüneyt Akyýldýrým, Association of Occupational Health Physicians, Turkey Application of Reach Legislation on the Use of Hazardous Substances in the Wood and Furniture Industry in Greece Zoe Nivolianitou, NCSR DEMOKRITOS, Greece Indicators for Evaluating OSH Performance in Companies Zofia Pawlowska, CIOP-PIB Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland Respiratory Symptoms and Ventilatory Function in Workers Exposed to Mixtures of Organic Solvents Zohreh Yazdi, Qazvin University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran Medical Surveillance at Welding Zühtü Þahin, Association of Occupational Physicians, Turkey

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Tours TECHNICAL TOURS Technical tours included in full registration shall give an opportunity to the participants to see best practices in different sectors. Participants will be able to attend one of the technical tours. 14:00 - 18:00,Wednesday, September 14, 2011 09:30 - 13:00, Thursday, September 15, 2011 TECHNICAL TOUR A: Turkish Glass Industry at its best: Þiþecam Trakya AutoGlass Factory Þiþecam operates predominantly in the manufacture of glass and chemicals. It is the leader in its related of business, encompassing all key areas of glass-making (i.e. flat glass, glassware, glass packing and glass fibre) and soda ash and chromium chemicals. Depending on different ranking criteria, Þiþecam's global ranking varies from third to eighth in its field among the world's largest glass manufacturers, thanks to its scale, degree of specialization and the considerable competitive advantage of its operations. The Group performs its operations from facilities located in eight countries with 16,837 employees. TECHNICAL TOUR B: Safety and Health in the Textile Business: Cross Textile Cross Textile is one of the leading denim garment manufacturers in Turkey. Its strong competencies in design, product development, manufacturing and marketing, guarantee fast and flexible solutions to customers. Its compliance with international standards and certifications and its constantly increasing best practices were rewarded recently with OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001 certifications. Participants will have the opportunity to observe occupational health and safety systems in denim garment manufacturing.In other words, “the art of denim” which remains integral to workplace safety and to a nurturing environment for employees. TECHNICAL TOUR C: Safety and Health in Cosmetic and Hygienic Production: EVYAP Evyap, which is responsible for a large proportion of the export of soap and personal care products from Turkey, has a product range extending from soap to shower gels, from shampoos to shaving products, from skin care to fine fragrance products, from baby diapers to toothpaste, and many other categories of products sold in more than 100 countries. Participants will experience at first hand the safety, health and environment management systems of Evyap during their visit to its Tuzla Plant. TECHNICAL TOUR D: Joining the Continents: The Marmaray Project Under the authority of the General Directorate of Railways, Harbors and Airports Construction, the Regional Directorate is continuing its operations in the railway transportation sector to form a stable transportation network in passenger and freight transportation in the provinces of Istanbul and Kocaeli. It is actively putting the Marmaray Project into effect which will bring the transportation system of this region into conformity with international standards, meet the increasing demands of passenger and freight transportation and provide an uninterrupted railway link between Europe and Asia. TECHNICAL TOUR E: Communication Electronics: Netaþ Netaþ provides end-to-end system integration solutions through next generation information and communication technologies, particularly VoIP, to its defence, carrier and enterprise customers. Netaþ complies with all the legal health, safety and environment legislation of Turkey and operates with an international safety and health management system that has received the global certificates OHSAS18001 and ISO 14001. TECHNICAL TOUR F: Safety and Health at Large Scale: RMK Marine Shipyard Located in an area of 95 sq. km, RMK Marine has a capacity of constructing 30,000 DWT of both commercial ships and super yachts annually. Participants will see the modern techniques of shipbuilding as well as the OHS management systems of the shipyard. TECHNICAL TOUR G: Maintaining Safety: Turkish Technic Based at Istanbul Atatürk Airport, Turkish Technic has operated the leading aircraft maintenance and repair facility in the region serving both THY aircrafts and aircrafts of other airlines since 1957. Participants will have the opportunity to see this important site and observe the OHS measures utilized in the aviation maintenance sector. XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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Accompanying Persons’ Programme

Daily tours will be arranged free of charge to the historical, touristic and cultural sights of Istanbul for accompanying persons. Participants will be able to select tours during online registration. Some daily tour samples are given below for accompanying persons. Bosphorus Boat Tour: Experience the beauty of the Bosphorus by taking this fascinating tour by boat. During the tour you'll see five Ottoman palaces, namely, Topkapý Palace, Dolmabahçe Palace, Çýraðan Palace, Yýldýz Palace and Beylerbeyi Palace. The Mecidiye Mosque Selimiye barracks (where Florence Nightingale once worked) and Anadolu Hisarý (the Fortress of Anatolia) will be visited too. Participants will also have the chance to see from the Bosphorus itself the two bridges over the Bosphorus, namely Boðaziçi Bridge and Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge. Kapalý Çarþý (Grand Bazaar Tour): The year 1461 is generally accepted as the foundation date of Grand Bazaar. This biggest and oldest shopping mall of the time has the oldest bank of the world. It is also one of the mysterious and beautiful places in the world, possibly its eighth wonder. The Grand Bazaar is waiting to entertain and embrace its foreign visitors, who are both interested in history and shopping antiquities made by our ancestors while they are enjoying experience of catching up with history. Do not hesitate to give a try to the Grand Bazaar’s health unit, post office, bank branches, private fire department, police station, coffee shops and restaurants, and the historical and cultural treasures hidden inside. Topkapý and Dolmabahçe Palaces Tour: Topkapý Palace, constructed by Fatih Sultan Mehmet (the Conqueror) in 1478 became the official residence of the Ottoman Sultans. Currently, the Palace has an area of 80,000 sq. m. although it has been abandoned by the Sultans for others; Topkapý Palace had never lost its importance. As for Dolmabahce Palace, built in the 19th century, it is one of the most glamorous palaces in the world. It was the administrative centre of the Ottoman Empire. Dolmabahçe Palace has a great significance for Turkish people, because Turkey’s President Mustafa Kemal Atatürk used the palace as his residence and spent the most serious part of his illness here and passed away at this palace. Later it was converted into a museum. Ancient Peninsula Tour: Famous in particular for its massive dome in Ýstanbul, Hagia Sophia is a former Orthodox patriarchal basilica, later converted into a mosque and a museum later. From the date of its dedication in 360 until 1453, it served as the Cathedral of Constantinople, except between 1204 and 1261, when it became the Cathedral of the Latin Empire. The building was converted into a mosque from 29 May 1453 until 1934. Later, on 1 February 1935, it was opened as a museum. The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is also a spectacular historic architecture in Istanbul. Popularly known as the Blue Mosque because of the blue tiles decorating interior. It was built between 1609 and 1616, under the rule of Ahmed I. Like many other mosques, it also comprises a tomb of the founder, a madrasah and a hospice. While still used as a mosque, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque has also become a popular tourist attraction. Ýstiklal Street and Churches Tour: Once named as the "Grand Rue de Pera", Ýstiklal Street is a place where you can see most of the beauties of Istanbul together. Its shops, restaurants, bars and pubs are a “must see”. St. Antuan Church is also located on this street. It starts at from Taksim Square and ends at the Tunnel (Funniculer), which is one of the oldest underground railways in the world. Ýstanbul Modern & Santral Istanbul: Founded in 2004, Ýstanbul Modern is the first private museum organizing modern and contemporary art exhibitions in Turkey and it occupies a large site on the banks of the Golden Horn, encompassing 8,000 square meters. The Museum offers a wide array of services in a multifaceted venue, including permanent and temporary exhibition galleries, a photography gallery, a library, a cinema centre, a café and a design store. In addition, the Museum also offers video, educational and social programmes for the visitors. Santral Ýstanbul, once known as the Silahtaraða power plant, was the first urban-scale power plant in the Ottoman Empire, which operated between 1911 and 1983. Today, it serves as a modern art gallery and also hosts the Museum of Energy, which is a must see for those who want to learn about the early days of power production.

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Daily Tours : ASIA (DAILY AFTERNOON TOUR) We begin the day by driving across the first Bosphorus Bridge and head in to the top at Camlica Hill, which affords spectacular panoramic views of Istanbul, the Marmara sea and the Princes' Islands. From here a short drive brings us to the Palace of Beylerbeyi located on the shore of the Bosphorus. Perhaps the most elegant of the late Ottoman palaces, Beylerbeyi boasts six sumptuously furnished reception halls. • Upon request every day except Monday and Thursday. • English Guidance • Time:12:45-17:00 • Fee:70 $

ÝSTANBUL FULL DAY TOUR Formally called Constantinople, Istanbul was the capital of the Roman Empire and Europe's wealthiest metropolis, and is now the largest city in Turkey. Blue Mosque One of the most famous monuments in both the Turkish and Islamic worlds, the Sultan Ahmet Mosque (also known as the Blue Mosque) is a superb creation in the classical Ottoman style. The mosque has six towering minarets and 260 windows illuminating its vast main chamber, which is decorated with more than 20,000 Iznik tiles. Hagia Sophia: Now a museum, Hagia Sophia was built in the 6th century by Emperor Justinian, and was one of the largest basilicas in the Christian world. After the Ottoman conquest, it was converted to a mosque and is today one of the most magnificent museums in the world. Take a moment to linger here to admire the fine Byzantine mosaics. (Closed on Mondays) Topkapi Palace: The largest and oldest palace in the world, Topkapi is the crown jewel of the Ottoman Empire. With its treasury and exotic buildings overlooking the Golden Horn, your visit to Topkapi promises to be a truly fascinating experience. (Closed on Tuesdays) The Ýstanbul Museum of the History of Science and Technology in Islam: The Ýstanbul Museum of the History of Science and Technology in Islam is unique in the world with its exceptional collection of objects comprising exact replicas of the scientific and technical achievements from the ninth through the seventeenth centuries in astronomy, geography, nautical, time measurement, geometry, optics, medicine, chemistry, mineralogy, physics, techniques, architecture and military techniques. The Istanbul Museum of the History of Science and Technology in Islam is especially attractive because of its aesthetics, the didactics of its scientific expositions, and the synergy between the visual experience and the learning process on the part of the visitor. Grand Bazaar: In service since the 14th century, the Grand Bazaar is one of the world's largest covered markets, with 58 streets and over 4,000 shops. The bazaar is specially known for its jewelry, leather, pottery, spices and carpets. (Closed on Sunday Additional time will be spent at the other locations) • Upon request everyday except Monday, Tuesday and Sunday • Lunch • Entrance fees • Hotel pickup and drop off • Fee:120 $ XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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Daily Tours : HALF DAY SHOPPING TOUR Probably the best way to describe the Grand Bazaar is to quote Mark Twain - "We went to the Grand Bazaar in Stamboul, of course, and I shall not describe it further than to say it is a monstrous hive of little shops - thousands, I should say - all under one roof, and cut up into innumerable little blocks by narrow streets which are arched overhead." With more than 4000 shops on 64 streets, the Grand Bazaar (Kapalýçarþý in Turkish), looks like a labyrinth. This is a walk that will lead you through shops where leather goods are sold, sweets, dried fruit and spices, jewelery, glassware, pottery, fabrics, belly dancing costumes, t-shirts and all sorts of souvenirs. Let us guide you through the most authentic district of our city. • Upon request everyday except Sunday • Time : 09:30 • English Guidance • Fee: 50 $

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Daily Tours : ISTANBUL BY NIGHT We visit an exclusive night club where we will enjoy authentic Turkish cuisine, including the delicious array of appetizers known as meze. The Turks have a sound reason to be proud of their food cuisine. They are equally proud of their traditional music, and after dinner folk musicians from different regions of Anatolia will perform for us. Of course no night out in Istanbul would be complete without Turkish belly-dancers. We watch the show of some finest in the city. • Upon request everyday • Time : 20:00-23:30 • English Guidance • Fee: 135$

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Daily Tours : BURSA TOUR By Bus Departure from your hotel or hostel by bus and drive to ferry station. By ferry-boat via Yalova, enjoying the lovely countryside view. After the ferry cruise, we drive to Bursa former Ottoman Capital and of famous "Kebap of Alexander The Great". Climb to Uludag, the legendary Mount Olympos, by Teleferik (Cable Car), visit to Ulucami (Grand Mosque), the Green Mosque and the Green Mausoleum, the old Silk Market in the Covered Bazaar. Late evening return to Istanbul and transfer to hotels. Tour Includes: • Lunch • Guiding service • Ground transportation • Entrance fees • Hotel pickup and drop off Not Included: Drinks, tips to guide, driver and personal expenses and optional tours. • English Guidance • Fee: 170$ • Upon request everyday with 7 people at least

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Post-Congress Tours : GALLIPOLI AND TROY TOUR Troy, scene of Homer's Illiad, the story of the Trojan War and the first great work of Western literature. Here Achilles, Hector and Agamemnon performed their heroic exploits in their attempts to recapture Helen, whose beauty launched 1,000 ships. Today, Troy was the theme of a major Hollywood production, starring Brad Pitt and Orlando Bloom. The site dates back to the very early Bronze Age (2500 BC) and was discovered by the German archeologist Heinrich Schliemann in late 19th century. The city was destroyed and rebuilt many times, with the result that the site consists of many layers, one city atop the other. To the layman, perhaps the most impressive feature is the massive ramparts. Gallipoli peninsula. This was the scene of the world's first modern amphibious landing, planned by Winston Churchill, and one of Turkey's greatest military victories of modern times, but it was won at the cost of enormous losses on both sides, particularly among the heroic Anzac troops. Day 1 Pick up from your hotel. Departure from Istanbul to Canakkale and drive straight to Eceabat and there follows a lunch break en-route. We will cross the Dardanelles by ferry (from Eceabat to Canakkale city center). Drive to Troy. Visit the legendary Troy city, the museum and the famous wooden horse. Dinner at hotel. Overnight in Canakkale. Day 2 Departure for Gallipoli after breakfast, crossing the Dardanelles by ferry. Visit Gallipoli National Park including the Gallipoli Battlefields, Kabatepe War Museum, Anzac Cove, original tunnels and trenches at Johnston Jolly, the Nek Cemetery, Chunuk Bair New Zealander Memorial, Lonepine Australian Memorial and Brighton Beach. With your guide you may visit rarely seen areas which are not included on the standard regular tour. Drive back to Istanbul, arrive Istanbul by 19:00 the earliest. Transfer to your hotel in Istanbul. End of tour. • Upon request everyday with 3 people at least • English Guidance • Fee: 730$

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Post-Congress Tours: EPHESUS-PERGAMUM-PAMUKKALE TOUR 3 Days/2 Nights , By Local Bus Day 1 / Bus from Istanbul to Selcuk / Ephesus (-) 20:00 Pick up from your hotel & transfer to bus station. 21:30 Depart from Istanbul. Bus trip takes around 10 hours. There are three breaks on the way for your personal needs. Day 2 / Arrival in Selcuk / Ephesus Tour (L) 07:30 Arrival in Kusadasi or Selcuk. Met on arrival and transfer to hotel. You will have some time to relax and fresh up. 09:30 Pick up from your hotel for full day tour of Ephesus and The House of Virgin Mary. First, you will visit the Temple of Artemis, which once was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. Then you will visit the world famous ancient Greco-Roman City of Ephesus, the most well preserved example in the world. After visiting this impressive site, you will have a lunch break. After lunch, you will visit The House of Virgin Mary, where it is believed she spent her last days. This is a holy place for both Christians and Muslims. After the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel for overnight Day 3 / Pergamum Tour (B+L) Breakfast at hotel. 09:30 Pick up from your hotel for full day tour of Pergamum. In Pergamum, you will be delighted to visit the Asclepion and Health Centre. As you make your to Acropolis, the Red Basillica, originally a temple of Serapis, can be viewed. The most spectacular structure is certainly the theatre, a remarkable piece of engineering built into the steep hillside. After the tour, you will be transfered back to your hotel. Overnight 2. Day 4 / Pamukkale Tour & Bus to Istanbul (B+L) Breakfast and check out the hotel. 08:30 Pick up from your hotel for full day tour of Pamukkale. Where, you will see the Cotton Cliffs, one of the natural wonders of the world formed by deposits of calcareous salts(limestone). Also, visit the ancient ruins of the City of Hierapolis with its basilica, theatre and Roman Baths.After the tour, transfered to bus station. 21:00 Depart from Pamukkale. Day 5 / Arrive to Istanbul (-) 08:00 Arrive back in Istanbul and transfer to hotel. Tour Includes: • All transportation • Acc. (Depending on your choice hotels can be any sort from hostel to 5 stars hotel) • Lunch • Entrance fee to the various sites. • Transportation in non-smoking mini/midi bus • English speaking guide and experienced driver. • (Guide in other languages available also on demand) Not Included: Drinks, tips to guide, driver and personal expenses and optional tours. • English Guidance • Fee: 800 $ • Upon request everyday with 7 people at least

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Post-Congress Tours: CAPPADOCIA-NEMRUT MOUNTAIN TOUR 8 Days/7 Nights, By Local & Tour Bus Day 1 / Bus to Cappadocia - Urgup (-) 19:00 Pick up from your hotel and transfer to bus station. 20:30 Departure from Istanbul. Bus trip takes around 10 hours. There will be three breaks on the way for your personal needs. Day 2 / Arrival in Cappadocia - Urgup – North of Cappadocia Tour (L) 07:30 Arrival in Cappadocia. Meeting on arrival and transfer to hotel. You will have some time to relax and fresh up. 09:30 Pick up from your hotel for full day tour of North Cappadocia. You will visit: Devrent Valley, Monks Valley, Avanos, Göreme Open Air Museum, Uçhisar.After the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel and overnight Day 3 / Cappadocia Tour II (B+L) Breakfast at hotel. 09:30 Pick up from your hotel for full day tour of South Cappadocia.You will visit: Kizilcukur, Cavusin, Hospital Monastry, Kaymakli Underground City, Pigeon Hosue. After the tour, transfer back to hotel and overnight. Day 4 / Nemrut Mountain (3 Days/2 Nights Program)Bus to Kahraman Maras to Kahta (B+L) Departure at 08:30 from Goreme and pass by Kayseri.We will stop to visit the 13th. Century Seljukian caravanserai Karatayhan. The next spot will be in Pinarbasi for a break and drive to Tekir Plateau for lunch. After lunch, drive to Kahraman Maras. We will stop for worldwide famous“Ice Cream”.Drive to Kahta or Adiyaman and Overnight. Day 5 / Nemrut Mountain - Climb up to Mountain & Bus to Sanli Urfa (B+L) We will depart at 03:00 in the morning up to the mountain. After getting off the mini van.We will climbing to the top of the mountain Nemrud where we will watch the beatiful sunrise between the colosal size statues and head of the Kommegene Kingdome. After sunrise, we visit the ruins of Mt. Nemrud and have free time to walk arround. We will drive back to Kahta, on the way, we will see the ruins of Arsemia, a Roman bridge of Cendere and tumulus Blackbird; arrival to Kahta. Breakfast. Departure from Kahta to Þanlý Urfa city and on the way, we will stop to see Atatürk Dam which is the biggest dam of the Middle east. Arrival in Sanlý Urfa check in to the hotel and lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, visit the oriental bazaar, Prophet Abraham’s cave and the pools of holy carp fish surrounding it. Departure from there to Harran; a village of spectecular mud-brick beehive houses where Abraham spent last years of his life mentioned in the book of Genesis. Visit the ruins of Harran including cith walls, oldest Islamic Univercity and the castle dated to 8th Century. We will give you some free time to walk around Harran village and drive back to hotel for dinner and overnight in Sanlý Urfa.

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Post-Congress Tours: Day 6 / Sanli Urfa to Bus to Cappadocia / Goreme (B+L) Departure from Þanlýurfa after breakfast, next stop will be in Birecik which is famous with it’s Bald Ibis(Kelaynak) birds. We will visit the breeding farm and drive back to Goreme via Gaziantep. Lunch break. Arrive in Goreme and transfer to the hotel. Day 7 / Free day at leisure & Bus to Istanbul (-) Breakfast at hotel. Free day at leisure and transfer to bus station at 18:00. Depart are by bus from Urgup to Istanbul at 20:00. Day 8 / Arrival in to Istanbul (-) 07:00 Arrival in Istanbul Bus Station. Meeting on arrival and transfer to hotel. Tour Includes: • All transportation • Acc. (Depending on your choice hotels can be any sort from hostel to 5 stars hotel) • Lunch • Entrance fee to the various sites. • Transportation in non-smoking mini/midi bus • English speaking guide and experienced driver. • (Guide in other languages available also on demand) Not Included: Drinks, tips to guide, driver and personal expenses and optional tours. • English Guidance • Fee: 745 $

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Registration Participants of the congress will be able to register on-line or send their registration forms via e-mail or fax.

Category

Registration Fee

Daily Entrance

International ( Full Coverage)

400 USD

125 USD

International ( Limited Coverage)

300 USD

125 USD

Developing Countries / National (Full Coverage)

250 USD

75 USD

Developing Countries / National (Limited Coverage)

150 USD

75 USD

Student

50 USD

25 USD

Accompanying Person (Full Coverage)

225 USD

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Accompanying Person: (Limited Coverage)

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*Full coverage professionals will include: All sessions, the Welcome Reception, the International Film and Multimedia Festival, the Exhibition and one of the technical tours and Gala Night * Limited coverage professionals will include: All sessions, the Welcome Reception, the International Film and Multimedia Festival, the Exhibition and one of the technical tours * Full Coverage for Accompanying persons will include : The Welcome Reception, the Exhibition and one of the programs for accompanying persons and Gala Night * Limited Coverage for Accompanying persons will include : The Welcome Reception, the Exhibition and one of the programs for accompanying persons *One-day registrants will be allowed to enter to the corresponding sessions, the International Film and Multimedia Festival and the exhibition only. *Participants from developing countries should send a copy of their passport together with the registration form. * Students’ rate is only applicable to full time (undergraduate) students with a valid student ID. Student's rate does not include Gala Night. Ways to Register Internet: www.safety2011turkey.org

Barbaros Mahallesi Uphill Towers A Blok No:106 PK 34746 Ataþehir / Ýstanbul / Turkey

Tel: +90 216 688 4641 / Fax: +90 216 688 4642 E-mail: safety2011reg@organizer.com.tr

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Registration Ways to Register

Internet: www.safety2011turkey.org

Registration & Housing Office

Barbaros Mahallesi Uphill Towers A Blok No:106 PK 34746 AtaĂžehir / Ă?stanbul / Turkey

Tel: +90 216 688 4641 / Fax: +90 216 688 4642 E-mail: safety2011reg@organizer.com.tr

Cancellation Policy

Notification of cancellation must be made in writing and sent to the Congress Secretariat by e-mail or fax. Only cancellations made in writing are acceptable. However, you can also transfer your registration fee to another participant.

Before or On May 31, 2011

After June 1, 2011

Cancellation charge of 75 USD

No refund

* All bank charges for remittance should be paid by registrants. * Please note that for administrative reasons, refunds will be made only after the Congress.

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Hotels & Accommodation A block-booking will be made for Congress Participants in some Ýstanbul Hotels, where special rates will be secured. Istanbul hotels are divided into three zones according to their distance to the Haliç Congress Center. The inlet of the Golden Horn divides the European side into two and it connects the old and modern parts of the city. The map below shows the European side divided into 3 zones. The descriptions of zones are as follows: Zone A: within 5 - 15 minutes drive from the Haliç Congress Center. The old city zone: Occupying the tip of the peninsula of the Golden Horn, home to the city's main sightseeing attractions such as St. Sophia, Topkapý Palace etc. Zone B: within 15 - 20 minutes drive from the Haliç Congress Center Zone C: within 10 - 20 minutes drive from the Haliç Congress Center (Through the tunnel) The new city zones: Istanbul's modern side with shopping and fine dining attractions along the shores and the hills of the Bosphorus. The prices presented below are only an indication for standard rooms. Organizer Congress Services is the official housing agency.

Housing agency Barbaros Mahallesi Uphill Towers A Blok No:106 PK 34746 Ataþehir / Ýstanbul / Turkey Tel : +90 216 688 4641 Fax :+90 216 688 4642 Erciyes Ýþyerleri Sitesi 2. Cadde No:19 PK 06370 Macunköy / Ankara / Turkey Tel : +90 312 397 5666 Fax :+90 312 397 5888 Ýstanbul World Trade Center Hall 9-10 Kat:-1 PK 34419 Yeþilköy / Ýstanbul / Turkey Tel : +90 216 465 3874 Fax :+90 216 465 3876 www.organizer.com.tr XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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Room rates All prices are quoted in USD per room per night, inclusive of breakfast, exclusive VAT . Payment in other currencies will not be accepted. The housing agency will make the hotel reservation only upon receipt of the deposit. Full payment of the hotel reservation is required on or before August 30, 2011.

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Room rates XIX WORLD CONGRESS OF HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK OFFICIAL CONGRESS HOTELS 4* (FOUR STARS HOTELS) HOTEL NAME

ROOM TYPE

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Group accommodation

For group accommodation (10 rooms or more), Organizer Congress Services has blocked hotel rooms in all categories. For further information please contact the housing agency at +09 0312 397 56 66 or safety2011reg@organizer.com.tr

Reservation

To reserve your room, please follow the instructions in the accommodation purchasing page of our web site. The reservation will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis. Organizer Congress Services, the housing agency, will try to meet all your accommodation requests. However, the housing agency reserves the right to make your hotel reservation at the best available alternative should your preferred hotel category be fully booked. Rooms are subject to availability: the deadline for guaranteed hotel reservation was August 30, 2011.

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Payment

In order to guarantee your hotel reservation, a deposit equivalent to the cost of one night at your first-choice hotel is required when submitting the hotel reservation form,payable by credit card or bank transfer. Regretfully, bank drafts and cheques will not be accepted. The housing agency will send the invoice for the remaining balance by this date. If full payment is not received in due time, the housing agency reserves the right to charge your credit card accordingly. Payment after the congress is not possible.

Credit card

Visa, American Express and MasterCard are the only credit cards accepted. Please enter all relevant information on the hotel reservation form. It is also imperative that the credit cardholder’s name is clearly mentioned if it differs from the registrant’s name.

Bank transfer

Bank fees are the sole responsibility of the registrant and should be paid in addition to the hotel booking costs. The bank transfer must clearly state the name of the congress and the name of the participant, as unidentified bank transfers cannot be processed. Bank transfer made in USD to Organizer Congress Services.

Account details:

Please make drafts payable to: Safety 2011 Registration Account name: Organizer Ses Efekt Reklam Tanýtým Org. San. Tic. Ltd. Þti Bank: Garanti Bank Branch name: NECATIBEY CAD. NO:22 A-B NECATIBEY 6430 Ankara-Turkey Swift Code: TGBATRIS130 Iban number: TR60 0006 2000 1300 0009 0948 75 (USD) Please ensure that the name of the congress and of the participant is stated on the bank transfer. All bank charges are responsibility of the participant and should be paid at source in addition to the registration fees.

Confirmation

Within one week of receipt of your reservation form and hotel deposit, you will receive a confirmation of your hotel reservation by e-mail, including the name and address of your hotel and the costs per night. If you have not received a confirmation one week after payment of your hotel deposit, please contact the housing agency at safety2011reg@organizer.com.tr or by phone +90 0312 397 56 66.

Changes, cancellation and no-shows

Any changes or cancellations of hotel reservations must be communicated to Organizer Congress Services in writing, either by safety2011reg@organizer.com.tr or by fax at +90 0312 397 58 88. They will be subject to the following conditions: • Name changes in hotel reservations notified in writing before April 30, 2011 can be made free of charge. Any name changes on or after April 30, 2011 will be subject to an administrative fee of 50 USD. However, changes to the invoice or any other changes cannot be accepted. • For cancellations until August 30, 2011, the one-night deposit is non-refundable. • For cancellations received after August 30, 2011 or no shows, the full stay will be charged. All refunds will be made after the congress.

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Choose “For Delegates”

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Under “Delegates Login” enter conventions code: TK10S11

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4. Call the respective reservation contact listed and quote the conventions code TK10S11 when booking the ticket Registered participants plus one accompanying person traveling to the event can qualify for a discount of up to 20%, depending on fare and class of travel booked. Participating airlines for this event are: Adria Airways, Aegian Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, ANA, Asiana Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Blue 1, bmi, Brussels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EgyptAir, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Spanair, SWISS International Airlines, TAM Airlines, TAP Portugal, THAI, Turkish Airlines, United, US Airways. Discounts are offered on most published business and economy class fares, excluding website/internet fares, senior and youth fares, group fares and Round the World fares. Please Note: for travel from Japan and New Zealand special fares or discounts are offered by the participating airlines on their own network. When making your travel plans please present your confirmation of registration or proof of attendance and make sure the event code TK10S11 is listed on your ticket.

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Practical Information Official Name: Republic of Turkey (Turkiye Cumhuriyeti) Location: Eastern Mediterranean. Located on two continents: Europe and Asia. The European part of Turkey is called Thrace, while the Asian part is called Anatolia (or Asia Minor) Extension: Approximately 780 thousand sq. kms Approximately 1,600 kms East to West; 650 kms North to South Population: 71,517 million Capital: Ankara Official Language: Turkish Currency: Turkish Lira (TL) Religion: 99% Muslim 1% Orthodox Christians, Catholics, Protestants, Jews and other. Turkey is a secular state where religious and state affairs are separated. National Anthem: Istiklal Marsi ("The Independence Hymn") National Flag: White crescent moon and a star on a red background. Time Zone: GMT+2 Internet TLD: tr Country Phone Code: +90 City Phone Code(Istanbul): 212(European Part) / 216(Asian Part) Electricity: 220 volts AC Climate: Marmara, Aegean and Mediterranean coasts: typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. Black Sea Coast: temperate with warm summers, mild winters and relatively high rainfall. East and Central Anatolia : continental climate; hot summers and cold winters. Eating Tips: Eating out is something that you should definitely do. Turkish cuisine offers some wonderful dishes at very reasonable prices. There is a large choice of vegetarian dishes as well as an immense variety of meat and fresh fish dishes. The desserts are quite heavy due to large amounts of sugar that is a staple part for some of these dishes. Restaurants: There are some well known dishes that worth a try. Doner and Sish-kebap, KarniYarik, (Aubergines filled with ground beef). Drink yogurt, traditional Turkish tea and Turkish coffee. Also try restaurants that serve home made dishes. Tipping: Check your bill to see if the service charge is included or not. A 10% is the standard tip. Shopping: Turkey is the shopper’s paradise. Bargains are common especially for leather goods or carpets and the minute you become accustomed to it and it's lots of fun. Only in big shopping centers you do pay the displayed price. In other places you must bargain. Visit Istanbul Grand Bazaar (Kapali Carsi Bazaar). There you can find more than 4000 stores. XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work

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Practical Information Currency Regulations: Turkish Lira is available in the following denominations: Banknotes: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 TL & 200 TL Coins: 5, 10, 25 & 50 KuruĂž and 1 TL You can obtain currency before travelling to Turkey or upon arrival. Exchange rates are usually slightly better in Turkey and all international airports have exchange facilities. Usually, cash can be exchanged without charging commission in exchange offices, banks or hotels. Please note that Scottish notes are not accepted in Turkey. Travellers' cheques can be exchanged in banks only. Cash point machines (ATM) are available in most areas, which accept major UK credit and debit cards and give instructions in English. It may be a good idea to inform your bank in advance that you are travelling to Turkey as some will automatically put a stop on cards after the first usage in an attempt to combat fraud. Exchange rates are published daily in Turkish newspapers. If you are planning to exchange currency back from TL before leaving the country, or are making a major purchase, which may need to be declared to customs, you will need to keep your transaction receipts in order to show that the currency has been legally exchanged. Emergency Numbers: Emergency: 112 International Operator: 115 Directory Assistance: 11811 Reversed Charge Calls: 131 Police: 155 Gendarme: 156 Fire Department: 110 Useful Websites: www.kultur.gov.tr/en/ www.istanbul.net.tr www.ataturkairport.com www.mfa.gov.tr/default.en.mfa www.istanbul2010.org

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Transportation from Airport to the Venue and Congress Hotels Transportation between Airport and Congress Hotels All shuttle buses between airport and congress hotels will be provided according to the participant’s transfer order. Shuttle services fee from Atatürk International Airport to the Congress Hotels is 20 USD. Shuttle services fee from Sabiha Gökçen International Airport to the Congress Hotels is 40 USD. Participants will be taken by these spacious luxury buses directly to the Congress hotels.

Alternative Transportation: Alternative 1: TAXI Taxi is the most common and recommended way to transport between congress center, congress hotels and the airport. There are standard taxis ( taximeter landing fee is 2,5 TRY (approx. 1.65 USD) and 1,6 TRY(approx. 1.05 USD) is added per kilometer). There is no extra late-night charge. Amount of 3 TRY (approx. 1.97 USD) should be paid by customer at the toll Bosphorus bridges. Credit cards are not accepted. Please exchange foreign currencies into Turkish Liras at the airport before taking a taxi. Alternative 2: Havaþ Buses Between Atatürk Airport and Taksim Departure & Arrival : Havaþ buses both depart from and arrive in Atatürk Airport and Taksim (next to Metropolitan Art Gallery) (20 mt. from THY office). Fare: The fare is 10 TRY, VAT included (approx. 6.57 USD) per person. Duration: The duration of the ride is approximately 40 minutes (depends on the traffic). Operation Hours: Havas Shuttle services operates between the hours 04:00 am and 01:00 am between Taksim and Atatürk Airport. Route:Atatürk Airport, Bakýrköy Sea Bus Pier, Coastal Road, Aksaray, Tepebaþý, Taksim. From Sabiha Gökçen Airport Departure & Arrival: Havaþ buses both depart from and arrive at Sabiha Gökçen Airport and Taksim office(next to Metropolitan Art Gallery)(20 mt. from THY office) Fare: The fare is 14 TRY, VAT included (approx. 9.20 USD) per person Duration: The duration of the ride is approximately 1,5 hour (depends on the traffic). Operation Hours: Havas shuttle services operate between the hours 04:00 am and 01:00 am from Taksim and between the hours 04:00 am and 00:00 am from Sabiha Gökçen Airport. After 00:00, shuttle buses are available for every aircraft landing at Sabiha Gökçen Airport. Route: Airport-Taksim: Airport, Kavacýk Bridge, Havaþ Taksim office Taksim-Airport: Shuttles departing from Havaþ Taksim office reach the Airport via TEM high-way. Alternative 3: Subway/ Metro Operation Hours: It is a non-stop transportation that operates between the hours 06:00 am and 01:00 am Fare: The subway fare is 1.75 TRY(approx. USD 1.15) per person Duration: The duration of the ride is approximately 32 minutes for route 1, the recommended route for transportation from Atatürk Airport. Route 1: M1 Aksaray- Atatürk Airport Metro. Time Interval: 5 min.

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Transportation from Airport to the Venue and Congress Hotels Transportation between Congress Venue and Congress Hotels All shuttle buses between congress venue and the congress hotels will be available free of charge during the congress for the participants who have made accommodation order from the official congress hotel list.

Alternative Transportation: Alternative 1: TAXI Taxi is the most common and recommended way to transport between congress center, congress hotels and the airport. There are standard taxis ( taximeter base fee is 2,5 TRY (approx. 1.65 USD) and 1,6 TRY(approx. 1.05 USD) is added per kilometer). There is no extra late-night charge. Amount of 3 TRY (approx. 1.97 USD) should be paid by customer at the toll Bosphorus bridges. Credit cards are not accepted. Please exchange foreign currencies into Turkish Liras before taking a taxi. Alternative 2: Subway/ Metro & Metrobus Underground transportation and IETT Metrobus are the convenient way to travel from Congress Venue to the congress hotels and also for the local transportation. SUBWAY/METRO(Underground Transportation) Operation Hours: It is a non-stop transportation that operates between the hours 06:00 am and 01:00 am. Fare: The metro fare is 1.75 TRY(approx. USD 1.15) per person Duration: The duration of the ride is approximately 32 minutes for route 1, approximately 27 minutes for route 2. There are two routes as below: Route 1: M1 Aksaray- Atatürk Airport Metro, Line Length: 19,6 km. Time Interval: 5 min. The closest station to the congress center is Bayrampaþa with 2,3 km distance. Route 2: Þiþhane-Darüþþafaka Metro. Line Length: 16,5 km. Time Interval: 4 min. The closest station to the congress center is Osmanbey with 4.0 km distance. METROBUS Fare: The Metrobus fare is 2.50 TRY(approx. 1.65 USD) per person Duration: The duration of the ride is 100 min. Routes: The most comprehensive route is Avcýlar - Söðütlüçeþme Metrobus Line Time Interval: 32min. The closest station to the Congress Center is Okmeydaný, with 2.0 km distance. Alternative 3: IDOBUS Sea Transportation It is a sea transportation vessel that operates between the hours 07:15 am and 20:10 pm (may change according to the IDO Administration Schedule) and the fare is 6.50 TRY (approx. 4.27 USD) per person.

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Registration Form • Online registration is highly recommended at the official website. (www.safety2011turkey.org) • Please type or print clearly and return this form to the Registration Office via fax or e-mail by August 31, 2011.

A. PERSONAL INFORMATION

B.ACCOMPANYING PERSON(S)

• Daily tours will be arranged free of charge for accompanying persons. Some daily tour samples are given below for accompanying persons. Please write the number of AP code next to the accompanying person’s name. Accompanying Persons’ Programme (choose one per person) 09:00-16:00, Sep. 12 09:00-16:00, Sep. 12 09:00-16:00, Sep. 13 09:00-16:00, Sep. 13 09:00-12:30, Sep. 14 09:00-16:00, Sep. 14

AP-01 AP-02 AP-03 AP-04 AP-05 AP-06

Bosphorus Boat Tour Ancient Peninsula Tour Grand Bazaar Tour Ýstiklal Street and Churches Tour Palaces Tour Ýstanbul Modern & Santral Istanbul Tour

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C. REGISTRATION FEES

• Full coverage professionals will include: All sessions, the Welcome Reception, the International Film and Multimedia Festival, the Exhibition and one of the technical tours and Gala Night • Limited coverage professionals will include: All sessions, the Welcome Reception, the International Film and Multimedia Festival, the Exhibition and one of the technical tours • Full Coverage for Accompanying persons will include: The Welcome Reception, the Exhibition and one of the programs for accompanying persons and Gala Night • Limited Coverage for Accompanying persons will include: The Welcome Reception, the Exhibition and one of the programs for accompanying persons • One-day registrants will be allowed to enter to the corresponding sessions, the International Film and Multimedia Festival and the exhibition only. • Developing countries will be listed at www.safety2011turkey.org • Participants from developing countries should send a copy of their passport together with the registration form. • Students’ rate is only applicable to full time (undergraduate) students with a valid student ID. Student's rate does not include Gala Night.

D. CANCELLATION & ALTERATION POLICY • Notification of cancellation must be made in writing and sent to the Congress Secretariat by e-mail or fax. • Only cancellations made in writing are acceptable. • However, you can also transfer your registration fee to another participant. • All bank charges for remittance should be paid by registrants. • Please note that for administrative reasons, refunds will be made only after the Congress. Before or On May 31, 2011

After June 1, 2011

Cancellation charge of 75 USD

No Refund

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E. TECHNICAL TOURS • Technical tours excluding daily participants will give an opportunity to the participants to see good practices at different sectors. Participants will be able to attend one of the technical tours. • Details information regarding technical tours can be founded via www.safety2011turkey.org 14:00 - 18:00, Wednesday, September 14, 2011 / 09:30 - 13:00, Thursday, September 15, 2011 Place to Visit

No. of Persons

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F. ACCOMMODATION • A block-booking will be made for Congress Participants in some Istanbul Hotels, where special rates will be secured • Istanbul hotels are divided into three zones according to their distance to the Haliç Congress Centre. The inlet of the Golden Horn divides the European side into two and it connects the old and modern parts of the city. The map below shows the European side divided into 3 zones. The descriptions of zones are as follows: ZONE A: Within 5 - 15 minutes drive from the Haliç Congress Centre The old city zone: Occupying the tip of the peninsula of the Golden Horn, home to the city's main sightseeing attractions such as St. Sophia, Topkapý Palace etc. ZONE B: Within 15 - 20 minutes drive from the Haliç Congress Centre ZONE C: Within 10 - 20 minutes drive from the Haliç Congress Centre (Through the tunnel) The new city zones: Istanbul's modern side with shopping and fine dining attractions along the shores and the hills of the Bosphorus. • Hotel reservations will be made directly by the participants of the Congress through the web page or by filling this form. Reservation deadlines will be announced on the web page - after these deadlines neither reservations nor prices will be guaranteed. Congress registration must be accompanied by a hotel reservation in order to facilitate the provision of secure transport services to the Congress venue. Shuttle services will be made available to and from Congress associated hotels. www.safety2011turkey.org • Please indicate your preference below.

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XIX WORLD CONGRESS OF HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK OFFICIAL CONGRESS HOTELS 5* (FIVE STARS HOTELS) HOTEL NAME

ROOM TYPE

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LOCATION

400,00 USD 440,00 USD

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4* (FOUR STARS HOTELS) HOTEL NAME

ROOM TYPE

ROOM RATE

LOCATION

ROOM RATE

LOCATION

3* (THREE STARS HOTELS) HOTEL NAME

ROOM TYPE

• All room rates are per room and per night • VAT (8%) is not included in prices. • For early check-in (before 2 pm)and late check-out (after 12 pm), extra charge will be made. Check-in Date (

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Check-out Date (

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Selected room rate ……………….USD x …… Night(s) = ……………. Total Sum USD + ………%8 VAT = ………………..Grand Total

Bed type for double occupancy

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Sharing with

Mr.

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G. TOUR RESERVATION • Tour programmes are operated separately from hotel reservation. • For the detailed information please refer to the congress web site.

Grand Total

H. WIRE TRANSFER • Please make drafts payable to: Safety 2011 Registration Account name: Organizer Ses Efekt Reklam Tanýtým Org. San. Tic. Ltd. Þti Bank: Garanti Bank Branch name: NECATIBEY CAD. NO:22 A-B NECATIBEY 6430 Ankara-Turkey Swift Code: TGBATRIS130 IBAN number: TR60 0006 2000 1300 0009 0948 75 (USD) • Please ensure that the name of the congress and of the participant is stated on the bank transfer. • Please note: All bank charges are responsibility of the participant and should be paid at source in addition to the registration fees. •Registration will only be valid upon receipt of the full payment by the registration department according to the deadline indicated. An e-mail confirming registration will only be sent after receipt of the required fees. •Outstanding payments will be collected on-site and charged the on-site rate. A copy of the bank transfer (or other proof of payment) will be required in the event that registration fees were not credited to the congress account on time

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I. MAIL ORDER AUTHORIZATION MAIL - ORDER PAYMENT FORM CARD HOLDER’S NAME&SURNAME CREDIT CARD NUMBER EXPIRY DATE SECURITY NUMBER BANK NAME TYPE OF THE CARD ADDRESS TELEPHONE NUMBER TOTAL AMOUNT (WITH NUMBERS) : TOTAL AMOUNT (WITH LETTERS) : • With this document, I authorize ORGANIZER SOUND EFFECT, ADVERTISEMENT INTRODUCTION ORGANISATIONS IND CO. LTD. to charge my credit card the amount which is for the services payment in the scope of “XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work”. DATE NAME & SURNAME SIGNATURE

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• Please complete the information above and fax to the number below with the copy of your identity and your credit card. • Participants from developing countries should send a copy of their passport along with this document.

Organizer Ses Efekt Reklam ve Tanýtým Organizasyonlarý Ltd. Þti Address: Barbaros Mahallesi Uphill Towers A Blok No:106 Postal Code: 34746 Atasehir / Istanbul

Tel: +90 216 688 4641 • Fax: +90 216 688 4642 • E-mail: safety2011reg@organizer.com.tr • This document will be kept in our archives for 5 years and will not be shared with 3rd person for any reason

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About

MoLSS

The Ministry of Labour and Social Security was established in 1946. With its departments and subsidiaries, it aims at ensuring the realization of the social affluence and justice, as well as improving the living standarts of workers and quality of the workforce. For this purpose, The Ministry takes preventive measures for the arrangement of working life and ensures facilitation of the relationship between the employer and employee for the protection of the working peace through professional training, inspection and law enforcement. One of the most important tasks of the Ministry is to facilitate a safe and healthy work environment for the workers as well as occupational rehabilitation of the disabled person. This task is carried out by the Directorate General of Occupational Health and Safety. For this purpose The Ministry utilizes tools such as training and implementation of social insurance services against various physical, economic and social risks. The Ministry of Labour and Social Security also collects and publishes labour statistics on yearly basis.

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