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Asian Association of Occupational Health

A group of occupational health experts in the region met in Tokyo in 1954 to deliberate on work related human suffering. The idea of Asian Associations of Occupational Health (AAOH) was mooted. On 3rd November 1956 First Conference of Occupational Health was held in Tokyo, the formation of AAOH was proclaimed. AAOH also conducting an Asian Conference of Occupational Health (ACOH) will be hosted so that members can meet on regular basis to share research findings and latest ideas on best OSH practices. AAOH seeks to improve health, safety and welfare of working population in Asia and Australasia through activities that will create awareness and promote acceptable occupational safety and health practices in all workplaces. These activities include collaboration among individuals and organisations in promotion, training, education and research in occupational health. In 1956 only seven countries were represented at the First Conference of Occupational Health. They were Burma, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines and Thailand. To date membership has expanded to include those in Australasia and Middle East. Since 1956, the triennial ACOH has continued to attract keen interest both in terms of hosting and attendance. The conference has been hosted in many different countries in Asia. AAOH currently located in Lisa Graves, USA.

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