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ANALYSIS SKILLS WORKSHOP: BASIC ANALYSIS OF ROUTINE SURVEILLANCE DATA IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

The NIOH will be hosting a three-day workshop on the basic analysis of routine surveillance data in Occupational Health and Safety from 25-27 February 2020. This surveillance data analysis workshop will provide practical training in the analysis, evaluation and interpretation of surveillance data. and will allow all health and safety professionals along with HR practitioners to analyse and produce meaningful reports using routine data collected in their workplaces to the fullest.

The workshop aims to provide the necessary skills to all to allow all health and safety professionals and HR practitioners to make the best use of routinely collected occupational health data for improved occupational health and safety and productivity in the workplace. Topics that will be covered include: surveillance systems, basic epidemiology, basic statistics, trend analysis, databases, occupational health ethics.

For more information, contact the Epidemiology & Surveillance Section:
Dr Kerry Wilson | KerryW@nioh.ac.za | 011 712 6422
Ms Asanda Jekwa | AsandaJ@nioh.ac.za | 011 712 6427