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The African Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety was established in 1991 as a continuation of the East African Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety, which started in 1987. The African Newsletter formed an integral part of the African Health Project (Training and Information) of the International Labour Office (ILO) and the project was funded by the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

 

The African Newsletter is published three times a year and is free of charge. By publishing the African Newsletter, the FIOH also supports the global occupational health and safety strategies of the International Labour Office (ILO) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

The newsletter is targeted at 21 English-speaking African countries, but is now distributed worldwide.

We are soon planning the themes for 2015. Please give your suggestions. 

Next Issue of the African Newsletter

3/2014 issue deals with chemical safety and it will come out in December.

Themes in 2014

1/2014 Healthy workplaces - managing stress
 - April 2014 
(manuscripts by 21th February 2014)
2/20I4  Diversity in the world or work - July 2014
(manuscripts by 16th May 2014)
3/2014 Chemical safety - December 2014
(manuscripts by 30th September 2014)

Manuscripts addressing the above themes, as well as other topics in the field of
occupational health and safety are welcome. If you are planning to submit a manuscript,
kindly contact the Editorial Office in advance. Readers may also send proposals on potential authors and articles.

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African Newsletter 2/2014 Diversity in the world of work (1MB) New!

African Newsletter 1/2014 Healthy workplaces - managing stress (2 MB)

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African Newsletter 3-2011 Climate change
(pdf 2 MB)
African Newsletter 2-2011 Information society and transfer of technology (pdf, 4000 Kb)
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African Newsletter 3-2010 pdf Injury and disease reporting systems (pdf, 2000 Kb)

African Newsletter 2-2010 pdf Risk assessment at workplaces (pdf, 2000 Kb)
African Newsletter 1-2010 pdf Health care Workers (pdf, 1000 Kb)

African Newsletter 3-2009 pdf New emerging risks (pdf, 1000 Kb)
African Newsletter 2-2009 pdf Planning of occupational health and safety activities (pdf, 1249 Kb)
African Newsletter 1-2009 pdf Accident prevention - a safe workplace (pdf, 1978 Kb)

African Newsletter 3/2008 pdf Women and work (pdf, 1427 Kb)
African Newsletter 2/2008 Practical tools (pdf,  1044 Kb)
African Newsletter 1/2008 pdf Youth and work (pdf,  944 Kb)

 

 

 

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Editorial Office
Editor in Chief: Suvi Lehtinen
Editor: Marianne Joronen
E-mail: firstname.lastname@ttl.fi

Linguistic Editors: Delingua Oy, Alice Lehtinen

Publisher
Published by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health and financially supported by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the International Labour Office (ILO).

Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Topeliuksenkatu 41 a A
FI-00250 Helsinki, Finland
Fax No. +358 30 474 2548


ISSN 1239-4386 On-line publication
ISSN 0788-4877 Printed publication
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All rights reserved. The user undertakes not to duplicate the document or parts thereof in any form or by any means, including translation, without the prior permission in writing of the FIOH. Nevertheless, short excerpts of articles may be reproduced without authorization, on condition that source is indicated. For rights of reproduction or translation, application should be made to the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, African Newsletter, Editor in Chief, International Affairs, Topeliuksenkatu 41 a A, FIN-00250 Helsinki, Finland.

 

 

 

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The responsibility for opinions expressed in signed articles, studies and other contributions rests solely with their authors, and publication does not constitute an endorsement by the International Labour Office, the World Health Organization and the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health of the opinions expressed in them. 

Modified 29.10.2014