The AIOH is continuing to advocate heavily for preventative approach to managing occupational disease. As you will have seen from the multiple calls for submission have recently put out, we are actively seeking opportunities to contribute to the development of guidelines and strategies. These include contributions to:
As part of our strategy for advocacy and influence the AIOH have committed to promoting the profession nationally and internationally. The second IOHA biannual face to face board meeting for 2019 was held on September 8th in Bali in conjunction with the NAR committee meeting. Overall it was a very interesting board meeting. It was interesting to hear that both IOHA and many of our sister organisations are facing the same challenges as us in terms of recognition, resources and funding and engagement of with other professional groups. Lots of opportunity for us to share learnings and definitely an opportunity for us to involve more of our members in international and IOHA activities.
A focus of the NAR committee continues to be to promote alignment with ISO 17024 (2012): Conformity assessment — General requirements for bodies operating certification of persons. More details will be provided as this project progresses.
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