A global perspective on addressing occupational safety and health hazards in the future of work

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Paul Schulte – A global perspective on addressing occupational safety and health hazards in the future of work. Med Lav 2020; 111, 3: 163-165, editorial.

Paul Schulte et. al. Potential Scenarios and Hazards in the Work of the Future: A Systematic Review of the Peer-Reviewed and Gray Literatures, Annals of Work Exposures and Health

Introduction by Frank Pot

Paul Schulte is Director of the Division of Science Integration at NIOSH, USA. Together with colleagues Paul published the last five years a couple of strategic papers such as on assessing the burden of work, the future of work (for ILO), the future of OSH research and OSH professionals, expanding OSH research horizontally (non-work activities) and vertically (lifetime) as well as complementing safety and health with wellbeing. Paul  is a member of the International Advisory Board of La Medicina del Lavoro. He was two times a member of the International Evaluation Group for the FIOH and is a regular visitor of the PEROSH Wellbeing at Work conferences.

La Medicina del Lavoro is the bimonthly Italian Journal of Occupational Medicine and Health, founded in 1901 by L. Devoto. Now directed by Antonio Mutti (editor in chief), the magazine is the official Journal of the Italian Society of Occupational Medicine (SIML), aimed at training and updating all professionals involved in prevention and cure of occupational diseases. Articles are published in Italian and English. Among the associate editors are Jos Verbeek and Sergio Iavicoli.

Frank Pot (sociologist) is professor emeritus of Social Innovation of Work and Employment, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. He is being invited as member of (international) advisory boards and/or expert. Many activities are related to the European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN). At the Netherlands Organization of Applied Scientific Research (TNO) he was director of TNO Work and Employment. In that capacity he was the first chairperson of PEROSH. He was also part-time professor of Work and Technology at Leiden University.

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