Abstract / Poster Subjects

1-OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

1.1- Management Systems

a) International OHS Standards
b) Quality Management Systems
c) Environmental Management Systems
d) Insurance System and OHS
 

1.2 Management and Automation Software

a) Automation in Occupational Health and Safety
b) Compatibility of OHS Automation Software With Management Systems
c) QR Code, RFID etc. Technical Applications in OHS
d) Information Security in OHS
 

1.3. Model Projects and New Approaches

a) Inventions and Innovation Projects
b) Examples of Good Practices
c) New trends in OHS (Industry 4.0, Visio
n Zero etc.)
 

2- OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN PUBLIC - PRIVATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

2.1 OHS Perspective In Employment and Recruitment Processes of Public and Private Sectors

a) OHS Criteria in the Selection of Employees
b) OHS Criteria in Terms of Employee Assignment and Sustainability in Professional Career
c) Employees Who Require Special Policies (Disabled, Elder, Pregnant, Ex-Convict, Immigrant)
 

2.2. Occupational Health and Safety in Local Governments

a) Urban Transformation (Construction, Demolition, Asbestos, Waste Management, Management of Urban Worksites etc.)
b) Traffic Services, Transportation Safety and Highway Maintenance Services
c) Police, Security and Fire Brigade Services
d) Healthcare Services, Veterinary and Disinfection Services etc.
e) Environmental Health and Park - Garden Services
f) Main-Sub Employer Relationships in Local Governments
g) Public Health and Safety in Municipal Services
 

2.3. Occupational Health and Safety in Central Governments

a) OHS in Educational Institutions and Dormitories
b) OHS in Healthcare Institutions
c) OHS Structures and Applications in Public Institutions
d) OHS in Arts and Sports
 

2.4. Law and Occupational Health and Safety

a) Powers and Legal Responsibilities of Legal Entities
b) Regulations on Main-Sub Employer Relationships
c) New Suggestions for the OHS Regulations
d) Inspection and Auditing Criteria
e) SSI Applications
f) Issues Encountered in Determining NACE Codes
 

3-OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY CULTURE AND AWARENESS

3.1 OHS Training Models

a) New Models In OHS Training (New Methods in Remote Training, Refresher Training etc.)
b) Approaches on Professional Competency and Professional Training
c) OHS Training
 

3.2 Printed and Visual Documents (Short Films, Public Service Announcements, Theatrical Demonstrations, Animations)

a) Guide Books for Occupational Health and Safety
b) Occupational Health and Safety Playgrounds and Simulators
c) OHS Training and Application Centers
d) Preparation and Effectiveness of Visual Documents
 

3.3 Occupational Health and Safety Dissemination Policies

a) Meetings and Events to Improve OHS Awareness
b) OHS Awareness Studies and Propaganda
c) Motivating Events
d) Health and Safety In Day-to-Day Life
 

4-EMPLOYEE SAFETY

4.1. Occupational Health and Safety Techniques

a) Periodic Inspections and Ambient Measurements
b) PPE Selection and Use
c) Change Management in New Technologies
d) Fire Causes and Protection Measures
e) Work at Height, Underground and in Confined Spaces
 

4.2 Occupational Health and Safety Practices

a) Sustainable and Applicable Risk Assessments
b) Emergency Organizations and Preventive - Limiting Measures
c) OHS Documentation (Instructions, Forms, Internal Directives etc.)
 

4.3 Work Accidents

a) Recording and Reporting on Work Accidents
b) Technical Experts on Work Accidents
c) Root Cause Analysis Methods for Work Accidents
d) Comparative Work Accident Statistics
 

5-WORKER'S HEALTH

5.1. Mental Health in Occupational Health and Safety

a) Psychosocial Risk Factors
b) Stress - Mobbing and Consequences

5.2 Physical Health in Occupational Health and Safety

a) Periodic Health Checks
b) Analyses and Examinations
c) Manual Handling Works
d) Work in Vehicles with Screens
 

5.3 Occupational Diseases

a) Protective Medical Practices
b) New Approaches in Prevention
 

5.2 Physical Health in Occupational Health and Safety

a) Periodic Health Checks
b) Analyses and Examinations
c) Manual Handling Works
d) Work in Vehicles with Screens
 

5.3 Occupational Diseases

a) Protective Medical Practices
b) New Approaches in Prevention
c) Role of Ambient Measurements in Prevention
d) Role of PPE's in Prevention
e) International Healthcare Standards, Comparative Statistics
f) Roles of Other Healthcare Personnel in Prevention of Occupational Diseases
g) Worker's Health and Cancer
 

5.4. Ergonomics and Sports Injuries in OHS

a) Ergonomics
b) Sports Injuries