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South Korea

National Network

Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency (KOSHA)

The Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency (KOSHA) is a public and non-profit industrial accident prevention organization established in 1987 as a government-funded institute in accordance with the Korea Industrial Safety and Health Agency Act (Law No. 3931). KOSHA seeks to contribute to the growth and development of the national economy by maintaining and improving the safety and health conditions of workplaces and runs, among others, practical training programs for safety and health management, a correspondence training program for supervisors at workplaces, general training programs for supervisors at workplaces and an Occupational Safety Training Institute.
KOSHA works on improving education and training in occupational safety and health:
Occupational Safety Training Institute provides newly developed technology relating to occupational safety and health for the people concerned and cultivation of job capabilities of the people through practical case study and experimental practice which contribute to the fundamental prevention of occupational accidents.
Contact

Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency (KOSHA)

400 Jongga-ro, Jung-gu,
44429 Ulsan
South Korea
+82 52-7030-746

Contact person:

Kyoungjin Sim
Manager of the International Cooperation Center Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency

More information:

Su Jeong Kim
ss_sa_rang@naver.com

Dong-Kung Lee
dong0783@hanmail.net

Individual Members

Prof. Seunghon Ham, Gachon University Gil Medical CenterĀ 

Dept. of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (Industrial Hygiene)

Contact

Prof. Seunghon Ham
Gachon University Gil Medical CenterĀ 
21565 Incheon
Dept. of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (Industrial Hygiene)

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