“This year’s Occupational Health, Safety and Environment (OHSE) National Convention and General Assembly will be held in One of the World’s Best Islands – Palawan, which will be on June 28-30, 2017 at the Citystate Asturias Hotel with the theme: “Safety, Health and Environment: Building Global Partnerships for Accident Prevention.”
Organized by the Workplace Advocates on Safety in the Philippines, Inc. (WASPI) in collaboration with the Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC) and the Petrosphere Incorporated, this national convention is endorsed by Director Ma. Teresita S. Cucueco, Director IV of the Bureau of Working Conditions.
Honorable DOLE Secretary Silvestre H. Bello III is the keynote speaker at the convention. Several notable resource speakers from national and international sectors are coming including from the International Labor Organization (ILO).
Added feature of this Third OSHE Convention is the recognition of OSH Compliant Companies, with no lost time (NLTA) for the period January to December 2016. The Safety Officers of these OSH Compliant Companies will also be given recognition during this safety event. If you feel that your company is qualified, fill in the attached SAFETY MILESTONE FORM and send it back to us.
Interested safety advocates and practitioners are requested to accomplish the attached ATTENDANCE CONFIRMATION FORM and send it to Convention Secretariat at email@example.com or you may call us at (082)286-2022/ 0999-705-9990/ 0917-9273194/ 0939-9243494.
Different companies from the Energy, Construction, Oil and Gas, Healthcare, Mining, and Education Sectors are attending, and we look forward seeing you there, as well.”
Please find the attached documents from this post:
- invitation letter
- safety milestone form
About: The conference continues to provide a platform to effectively harness teaching and research for extension and public service, a venue for scholarly discussion on best practices and areas for improvement, and an opportunity to share and document innovative initiatives of HEIs manifest compassion (malasakit).
Theme : “Compassion and Social Responsibility: Cornerstones of Public Service and Extension in Higher Education ”
Location: University of the Philippines Bonifacio Global City Campus, Taguig City
Date: November 9-10, 2017
Registration: Php 2,500.0 inclusive of kits, certificates, & meals (lunch and snacks)
Conference Secretariat – 0917 571 8886, (02) 981-8630
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The Society for Human Ecology (SHE) is calling papers for its XXII International Conference, Envisioning Pathways to Just and Sustainable Futures: Celebrating diversity, pursuing integration, and developing livable communities.
The Conference is intended to bring together a diverse group of educators, researchers and practitioners who utilise or are interested in, interdisciplinary and ecological approaches to all aspects of human ecology education and research across a range of scales.
November 28 – December 1, 2017
University of the Philippines Los Baños, Philippines
Symposia and papers on the following themes are especially encouraged:
- Health, Aging, and Demographic Change
- Sustainable Cities and Landscapes
- Food and Water Systems
- Communities in Transition: Implications for rural resilience, biodiversity, and tourism
Deadline for all submissions:
7 September 2017
For more Event full description, submission guidelines, registration, accomodation, costs, etc please see Conference Flyer
DOST-MIMAROPA is now accepting entries for the 2017 Regional Invention Contest and Exhibits (RICE), on August 15-17, 2017 in Odiongan, Romblon. The exact venue will be announced at a later date. With the theme “Invention and Innovation for the people,” we encourage submissions from all inventors and researchers in the MIMAROPA Region. Continue reading
The 2017 TWSC Writeshop
Third World Studies Center, Lower Ground Floor,
College of Social Sciences and Philosophy,
Palma Hall, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City
25-27 October 2017
About the writeshop
The Third World Studies Center (TWSC) launches the 2017 TWSC Writeshop in continuing its commitment to build the capacity of early career researchers, junior faculty members, and graduate students in the social sciences. As a premiere social science research center in the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines-Diliman, the TWSC continues to develop critical, alternative paradigms to promote progressive scholarship by undertaking pioneering research and publishing original, empirically-grounded, and innovative studies.
Originally meant as a capacity-building workshop on social science research in 2010, the TWSC Writeshop transformed into a unique publication platform for early career researchers, junior faculty members, and graduate students in the social sciences. Since 2014, successful Writeshop participants were not only given the opportunity to interact with experts from the academe and the publishing industry, but also the opportunity to produce a publishable manuscript for the TWSC’s internationally refereed journal Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies.
The 2017 TWSC Writeshop sustains the manuscript-driven mentoring format in the form of intensive yet collegial small-group discussions with mentors, established scholars in their respective fields and the Kasarinlan editorial staff. The intensive three-day session will bring into line problematization, researcher positionality and ethics, and meaningful narratives based on empirical work to equip the participants in making a contribution to social science scholarship, i.e., a publishable work. In seeing through the TWSC Writeshop’s goal, the Writeshop culminates in the publication of successful manuscripts in a special issue in Kasarinlan.
Call for Papers: Asian Journal of Resilience
The Asian Journal of Resilience is a peer-reviewed open access international journal of Palawan State University. AJR is a multidisciplinary publication that publishes review and original research articles about human resilience along the dimensions of individual, society, and human-environment interaction in the Asian context.
• resilience and social sciences
• resilience and natural sciences
• resilience and the humanities
• resilience and education, and
• resilience and health sciences
• resilience and technology
• resilience and commerce and industry
• Manuscript length: within 5,000 to 8,000 words (excluding
name and detail of authors)
• Referencing Style:APA 6th Edition
• Main Text: sections of the main text includes:
discussion of findings, and
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