International Occupational Health Summit kicks off

Muscat: The International Occupational Health Summit and the accompanying exhibition began today at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Center, under the slogan “Towards Sustainable Health Excellence in the Work Environment,” and will last for three days. The opening of the summit was sponsored by His Excellency Dr. Mahad bin Saeed Baaween, Minister of Labour.

The summit seeks to enhance interests in occupational health and disseminate and apply best practices. It also highlights the efforts of the Sultanate of Oman and its role in the field of occupational health at the local, regional and global levels, and its endeavor to achieve world-class occupational health standards and practices in various sectors of industry, which enhances workers’ well-being and creates A safe and healthy work environment and a highly productive workforce.

The International Occupational Health Summit aims to create a global platform for occupational health in the region to showcase global occupational health standards, best practices, innovation and technology.

The summit will also represent a forum for international occupational health sector leaders, doctors, professionals, regulators, health specialists, academics, consultants and students to share their experiences and expertise and exchange knowledge. With the aim of ensuring the activation of better protection systems for a healthy and sustainable work environment. The summit brings together local, regional and international experts, specialists and academics representing various organizations.

The program includes 4 main sessions, 6 leadership panel discussions, 18 technical sessions, and 3 workshops. It discusses topics: worker welfare, leadership and sustainability in occupational health, policies and standards, innovation and technology. , psychological health and safety in the work environment, occupational health monitoring, and many related topics.

The summit will also be accompanied by an exhibition that includes a number of different local, regional and international companies. The exhibition represents a platform for displaying international standards and cultures in the field of occupational health, and highlighting the best practices, innovation and technology in this field.

Various government agencies and international organizations are participating in the summit, including: the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Labour, the Muscat Municipality, the Oman Energy Association (OPAL), the Civil Aviation Authority, the Capital Market Authority, the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the General Union of Workers of the Sultanate of Oman.

In addition to a number of companies, including: Petroleum Development Oman, OQ, Oman Liquefied Natural Gas Company, Asyad, Occidental Oman, Oman National Engineering and Investment Company, CC Energy Development Company, the Training Council for the Land Transport Sector, and Saih Al Suriyah Engineering Company, Petrogas, Daleel Oil, Sohar Aluminium, Takaful Oman, and many other local, regional and international companies.

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