The Occupational Hygiene Training Association is now working with Workplace Health Without Borders, a new not-for-profit organisation, to find ways to bring occupational hygiene training to developing countries.
WHWB aims to engage volunteers in improving workplace health in regions of the world lacking adequate occupational hygiene services. Its focus will be to provide local hygiene professionals with technical assistance, training and skills development to enable them to manage and improve health conditions in local workplaces.
Our collaboration represents the synergy between OHTA’s focus on production of high quality training materials and WHWB’s focus on engaging volunteers in the delivery of programmes using these materials around the world.
The two organisations are working on forging a closer alliance and have begun sharing information through their websites, www.whwb.org and www.ohlearning.com.