About IAOH Mumbai

IAOH Mumbai

Indian Association of Occupational Health, Mumbai Branch is registered as Public Trust with Charity Commissioner Regn. No. E-1134 (Bom). It was incorporated on 16 July 1955 and formerly known as Society for Study of Industrial Medicine, India – Bombay Branch. The Association is affiliated to its all India Body viz. “Indian Association of Occupational Health” and is a not-for-profit voluntary professional organization.

As a Non-Government Organization (NGO), it is registered under Section 80G. IAOH Mumbai Branch is also registered with the Central Govt for undertaking Corporate Social Responsibility Policy (CSR) activities of Indian Companies and has CSR Registration Certificate (Form CSR-1).

Aims and Objectives of the association are

To study problems and conduct and manage research for the causes, treatment and prevention of occupational diseases.

To provide guidance to Industries with regard to the problems of occupational and environmental medicine and hygiene on modern scientific principles and for promotion and maintenance of health of workers.

To secure effective and complete organization of the members of the Association.

To maintain liaison with National and International Organizations interested in Occupational and Environmental Health problems.

To unite, amalgamate with or absorb, create or constitute or assist in creating or constituting any other society or Association with similar and allied objects for the purpose of acquiring or transferring all or any of the properties, rights and liabilities of such Society or Association if it is found that by uniting, amalgamating or absorbing, the cause of this Association will be directly or indirectly benefitted. For this purpose, the Association may enter into such agreement with any other Society or Association having objects similar to the objects of this Association and absorb the assets and liabilities of such Society or Association and also admit the members of such Society or Association as members of this Association on such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon and decided by the Executive Committee.

For achieving these objectives, the Association

Holds periodical meetings and conferences of the members of the Association and the medical profession in general.

Arranges from time to time congresses, conferences, lectures, discussions, and demonstrations on various aspects of occupational health, safety and allied sciences.

Publishes and circulates appropriate communication of a character specially adopted to the needs of the members.

Encourages research in occupational medicine and allied sciences with grants out of the funds of the Association by the establishment of scholarships, prizes or rewards, and in such other manner as may be determined from time to time by the Executive Committee of the Association.