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“Working on safety 2024”: call for papers for the 12th international conference

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From 22 to 25 September 2024 in Dresden (Germany), the DGUV will organise the 12th international conference of the “Working on Safety (WOS)” network, which brings together decision-makers, researchers and practitioners to discuss the prevention of work-related accidents and diseases. The issue of the conference is “BUILDING A RESILIENT FUTURE – Towards sustainable safety in a rapidly changing world”.

The deadline for submitting abstracts to speak or present a poster at the conference is 29 February 2024. Under-30s are particularly encouraged to apply and participate in the Young Scientist Award.

Contributions must address one of the six conference themes:

  • Digitisation and connectivity
  • Changes in work organisation
  • Sustainable development and safety at work
  • Vision Zero: safety – health – well-being
  • Education and training
  • Health and safety management.

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