EHSAN organizes a conference in Ibadan

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Association of Environmental Health Scientists of Nigeria [EHSAN]
The Environmental Health Sciences Conference is organized to raise awareness, deepen knowledge and stimulate action towards various primal and emerging issues of environmental health with the aim of ensuring environmental quality and safeguarding public health through the sharing of evidence from research basic, applied and translational.
The theme of the 2017 conference is “New Frontiers of Safety and Toxicology for Environmental Health Management”. The conference will address salient and topical issues in the field of safety and toxicology, in particular regarding risk exposure and public vulnerability to a myriad of deleterious health outcomes, including cancer.
Conference delegates are invited from among environmental scientists, researchers, public health professionals, safety professionals, policy makers, students and individuals from government / non-governmental and community organizations respectively.
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It builds bridges between different scientists, practitioners, practitioners and other stakeholders in the fields of environment, safety and public health;
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Sharing of knowledge and skills during scientific sessions and exhibitions;
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Networking between delegates during technical sessions and social visits;
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Expanding new research horizons among scholars; Other
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Support for multicentre and interregional collaborations.
Sub-themes of the conference / Speakers
Toxic to the air, man and cancer, prof. R. Vermeulen, Institute of Risk Assessment Sciences,
[IRAS], Holland;
Nanotechnology: Toxicological and Safety Concern, Prof A. Dhawan, Indian Toxicological Research Institute, India;
Children, school environment and safety, prof. Louise Stroud, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa;
Water Safety: Implications for Families and Ecotourism, Prof. MKC Sridhar, University of Ibadan, Nigeria;
Food Safety, Chemical Exposure and Toxicology, Prof Eo Farombi, University of Ibadan, Nigeria;
Hazardous and sanitary waste, ing. Oladode Oladeji, Oiloff Nigeria Limited;
Soil Health and Biosecurity, Prof. Kehinde Olayinka, University of Lagos, Nigeria;
Industrial Hygiene and Safety, Dr A Amadi, HSE Manager, LNG Nigeria; Other
Household level Toxic: Health and Safety Issues, Dr GREE Ana, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
The conference program will be held on 20-24ns November 2017
Registration is N20,000.00 for participants, N10,000.00 for students and USD500 for foreign participants.
Account Name: Environmental Health Scientists Association, Nigeria

Bank:

Access Bank Plc, UCH branch, Ibadan

Account number: 0 7 2 7 6 8 3 2 6 7

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