2022 Conference

The Conference

The Institute of Ergonomics and Hygiene (IEH) is hosting the Ergonomics and Hygiene 2022 Conference and Exhibition on 31st August 2022 (Wed), and 1st September 2022 (Thu), 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

The aims of the Ergonomics and Hygiene 2022 Conference and Exhibition are for Occupational Hygienists, Ergonomists, and all Health and Safety Professionals to:  

1. Network and share their practices through a conference setting;
2. Explore current available solutions and technologies in hazard control and work productivity;

Theme: Holistic Approach to Workplace Health

The theme focuses on exploring how various disciplines in Occupational Hygiene and Human Factors & Ergonomics can be better integrated toward holistic management of workplace health issues.

Venue: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

The Conference & Exhibition will be held at the The Fullerton Hotel Singapore Singapore.
Post Conference Workshop: 2 September 2022@ National Library Building Singapore

Speaker List

Keynote speakers

Dr John Cherrie

Emeritus Professor of Human Health at the School of Engineering & Physical Sciences at Heriot-Watt University

Principal Scientist at IOM in Edinburgh

Dr Robert Bridger

Council member Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (UK)

 Consultant and Author in Human Factors and Ergonomics

Dr Jason Lee Kai Wei 

Director, Heat Resilience and Performance Centre

Co-Lead, Human Potential Translational Research Programme

Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine National University of Singapore

Dr Joanne Crawford 

WorkSafe New Zealand Chair in Health and Safety at Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington

Dr Mila Tejamaya 

 President of Indonesian Industrial Hygiene Association (IIHA) 

Lecturer and researcher at Universitas Indonesia

Norhazlina Mydin

President at International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA) 

Head, HSE Strategy and Performance at PETRONAS

Plenary speakers

Marcel Le Roux

Strategic Engagement Manager at IOSH

Dr Miranda Loh

IOM – Research Team Lead

Zephan Chan Yu Yun 

Director of the Institute of Ergonomics and Hygiene

Nektarios Karanikas

Associate Professor in Health, Safety and Environment

School of Public Health & Social Work, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Jai Prakash 

Senior Health and Safety Consultant at Mackin EHS

Dr Charles Lee 

Associate Professor at Newcastle Australia Institute of Higher Education (NAIHE) 

 Dr David Thomas 

Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University 

Eric Ng 

Director of Absolute Instrument Systems (Pte.) Ltd. 

Dr Ang Keng Been 

Managing Director and Member of the Board of Directors at SKC Asia HSE Sampling Technologies Pte. Ltd. 

Mr Maharshi Mehta 

President Elect IOHA

Refer to the Conference Brochure here:

Exhibitor List

Photos from the conference

Supporting Organisations

Institute of Occupational Medicine

The Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM) was founded in 1969 by the National Coal Board (NCB) as an independent charity in the UK and retains this charitable purpose and status today. The “Institute” has a subsidiary, IOM Consulting Limited, which became fully independent in 1990 and now celebrates its 25th year within the IOM Group as an independent consultancy and also the commercial part of the IOM organization. 

Occupational Hygiene Training Association

The Occupational Hygiene Association (OHTA) is a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) that was established as an international training scheme and qualifications framework which provides high-quality training materials in several languages and the infrastructure for low-cost training courses, as part of an internationally recognised programme of study. 

Occupational & Environmental Health Society Singapore

The Occupational and Environmental Health Society is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of occupational and environmental health in Singapore.

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Singapore

HFESS is a special interest group to promote the awareness of Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) in Singapore. This society advocates the application of such knowledge to achieve compatibility in the design of interactive systems between human, machines, and environments to ensure effectiveness, safety, ease of use and performance.

Indonesian Industrial Hygiene Association 

The Indonesian Industrial Hygiene Association (IIHA) is a voluntary, non-profit, non-governmental professional credentialing organization. IIHA was established on the 12th January 2016 and officially approved by Ministry of Human Right and Law – Republic of Indonesia by the 10th February 2016.

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health 

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the Chartered body and largest membership organisation for safety and health professionals. It act as a champion, adviser, advocate, and trainer for health and safety professionals working in organisations of all shapes and sizes, in around 130 countries. 

Asia Pacific Occupational Safety & Health Organization

The Asia-Pacific Occupational Safety and Health Organization (APOSHO) is an international body composed of non-profit professional organizations devoted to the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases. 

National Safety Council of Singapore

The National Safety Council of Singapore (NSCS) is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) with the objective of promoting safety in all areas of life in Singapore including safety at work, safety on the roads, safety in the home and safety in recreational activities and sports and the community in general. 

World of Safety & Health Asia

Trailblazing the WSH Industry across digital platforms! World of Safety & Health Asia curates safety and health information into a one-stop platform for the benefit of all stakeholders. We help thousands of safety practitioners in Asia continue their professional development with our regular updates on the latest OSH solutions! Visit us at www.wshasia.com 

NSCA Foundation

NSCA Foundation is a not for profit, member-based association with a vision focused on helping organisations protect your most important asset — your people. Since 1927, we have continued to inspire, educate, inform and engage the Australian work health and safety profession to create and sustain safe and healthy workplaces.

Malaysian Industrial Hygiene Association

MIHA is a non-profit professional organisation founded in 2003. It serves the needs of its members in promoting the field of Industrial Hygiene, providing education and training, forums for the exchange of ideas and information plus representing the interests of industrial Hygienists and those they provide service for.

Newcastle Australia Institute of Higher Education (NAIHE)

Newcastle Australia IHE plays an important role in providing access to a world-class higher education in Singapore and the broader region. Newcastle Australia IHE leverages the University of Newcastle’s academic excellence to create distinctiveness, enhance global reputation, and achieve national and regional recognition.