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23rd International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time

19th – 23rd of June, 2017

It is with great pleasure we announce the 23rd International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time. Set in the magnificent Australian “outback”, the Working Time Society will be hosting this symposium at Uluru in the Northern Territory, Australia, from the 19th – 23rd of June, 2017.

More details to follow. Updates will be sent via the mailing list and you can also check the Working Time Society Facebook page:

For more information about the venue, you can visit the Ayers Rock Resort website:


More information about the symposium can be found at


A series of consensus papers on Working Time, Fatigue, Safety and Health, were initiated by a request from the International Commission on Occupational Health and will be presented at the 2017 WTS Symposium in Uluru. These papers are in the Consensus Papers section.

We invite WTS members to provide broad comments and suggestions on the content, conclusions and recommendations of these papers. If you will not be attending the Symposium, you can provide your broad comments on the Discussion Forum where each paper will have its own thread. If you are attending the conference, please come prepared to take part in the dedicated breakout sessions. 

If you have any questions about the Consensus papers, please contact Imelda Wong or Drew Dawson 

We value your continued participation and thank you in advance for your comments!

ICOH 2018 - Final Call for Abstracts Deadline 16th June 2017

The Scientific Committee of ICOH 2018 invites the submission of abstracts for either Oral, Poster or Student Poster Competition.

An exciting programme of keynote, plenary and semi-plenary speakers has been created. Don’t miss your chance to take part in ICOH 2018 by submitting an abstract for consideration. All abstracts must be submitted through the ICOH 2018 online Submission form.

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