EPICOH has held regular scientific conferences to promote communication about epidemiological studies on the health effects of occupational exposures among epidemiologists, toxicologists, hygienists and exposure analysts, and other occupational health scientists.
Road Safety Week is a community event held annually in May, promoted by Brake but run by you. It's your opportunity to get great publicity and attention for a road safety campaign run by you in your town, company, club, school or kindy.
Hospice Awareness Week is an opportunity to profile and celebrate the services that hospices provide in their local communities, and address misconceptions that people may have around hospice care.
Pink Shirt Day is on Friday 17 May in 2019 – will you join the movement to stop bullying and spread kindness? Whether you’re a teacher, student, workplace or individual, join the movement by registering today!
Internationally, World Smokefree Day is known as World No Tobacco Day, and is celebrated annually on 31 May. World Smokefree Day is celebrated and delivered at a local level in New Zealand with a theme being applied to current initiatives and priorities. Regional smokefree coalitions provide a collaborative approach and touchpoints for anyone wanting to get involved.