XV Latin American Congress of Occupational Health -ALSO- 2017
October 11 - October 13
Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala
Organized by: Association of Occupational Health of Guatemala and Latin American Association of Occupational Health
Sponsored by: Association of Occupational Health of Guatemala -ASOMET-
Supported by: Latin American Association of Occupational Health. -ALSO-
Co-sponsored by ICOH SC: Women Health and Work
Topics: This grand event will be held from 11 to 13 October 2017 in the City of Antigua Guatemala. Turning Guatemala into the Latin American headquarters for Occupational Health and Safety. This event will focus on the best professionals in Latin America and the world, in occupational health and safety. Our objective is to provide Latin American professionals with the main advances in Occupational Health and Safety, which will allow them to establish excellent quality services, with a wide coverage, to benefit a greater number of workers. Where they will have the opportunity to know strategies to improve the quality in the services of Occupational Health, as well as:
- Identify progress in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and accidents of occupational origin.
- They will know strategies to the vanguard world in subjects of Occupational Safety.
- Make links and networks at the national, regional and global levels that may be useful for their field of occupational health and safety.
- Acquire knowledge for the development of research at national and Latin American level.
This will enable all professionals to know and implement strategies in their countries and workplaces, which will allow them to have high quality Occupational Health and Safety services in compliance with national and international standards with the primary purpose of protecting and protecting the Workers’ lives, thus increasing productivity in the goods and services provided by industries. The congress will be organized by ASOMET, founded on September 11, 1998, having 18 years of promoting Occupational Health and Safety in Guatemala; Through continuous medical education. By assembling a range of professionals for purposes of Occupational Health and Safety.