Dr. Florence Moyo

Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness Advisor, Baines Occupational Health and Safety Services Group, Zimbabwe

Dr. Florence Moyo is an Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness Advisor and the Operations Director for Baines Occupational Health and Safety Group. A Project manager for a USAID project focusing on artisanal and small scale miners in Zimbabwe. She has vast experience in working with artisanal miners in Zimbabwe and across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) under a Global Fund project. She is a member of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH), OSHAfrica, and WHWB. She is board member for the DOHS program at the University of Zimbabwe and a part time lecturer at Zimbabwe Open University.

She holds a PhD in Public Health-occupational health, a master degree in public health (MPH), a post graduate diploma in Hygiene and tropical medicine (DLSHTM), and a post graduate diploma in public health from the University of London. She also holds a bachelor of nursing science from Zimbabwe Open University and a certificate in Occupational Health from Bergen University.

SYM21 - Vulnerability: the informal economy, migrant workers, and new & young workers    
Lead: Canada; Organizer: UNIFOR

OSH vulnerability – defined by exposure to hazards in contexts of inadequate workplace policies and practices – is more common among specific groups of workers: migrants, new and young workers and workers in the informal economy. This symposium will examine regulatory innovations to strengthen protection in the context of vulnerability. 

Sari Sairanen, Canada 

Sanjoy Chowdhury, India  
Jinky Leilanie Lu, Philippines 
Florence Moyo, Zimbabwe (TBC)
Cheryl Peters, Canada 
Ela Rydz, Canada
Yogindra Samant, Norway 

Live : 21/09/2021 - 13:45 EDT - 15:15 EDT
Rerun : 21/09/2021 - 23:45 EDT - 22/09/2021 01:15 EDT