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Ferenc Kudasz



I am an occupational health specialist and I started working in the budgetary organisation OMFI which is now the Occupational Health Department of the National Labour Office (Nemzeti Munkaügyi Hivatal - Munkahigiénés és Foglalkozás-egészségügyi Főosztály). I am involved in the daily work of the Occupational Pulmonology Outpatient Clinic and several "assessment of occupational disease expert groups". International co-operation tasks (like Topic Centre Consortia, NEW OSH ERA, Eurostat-EODS) were handled by me and usually I am involved in such communications. I was editorial board member of Családorvosi Fórum (monthly journal for general practitioners, occupational medicine column) between 2008-2012 and is board member of Foglalkozás-egészségügy (quaterly journal for occupational physicians) since 2014. I am a delegate to the National Focal Point of EU-OSHA from 2008. I was delegated to Workplace Health Promotion Expert Group of EU-OSHA. I am national representative in the Occupational Medicine Section of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS-OM). From 2012 I am board member delegate to the non-governmental organisation Association for Healthier Workplaces (Egészségesebb Munkahelyek Egyesület) and from 2013 in the Hungarian Ergonomics Society (Magyar Ergonómiai Társaság). I give lectures on occupational health topics for OSH engineers and medical students at universities.
I studied at the Semmelweis Medical University (general medicine 1994-2000, occupational medicine 2001-2006). Following a two years course at Pécs Science University, I am licensed to practice Traditional Chinese Medicine. Currently I am doing PhD studies at the Safety Sciences School of Óbuda University.
Main filed of interest: ergonomics and musculoskeletal health, hepatitis B and sharps, health promotion, Workability Index and related methodologies, PIMEX, organisation of OSH and OHS
Languages spoken: Hungarian, English, French, Spanish


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