Barry Kistnasamy,
Executive Director, NIOH, South Africa
Barry Kistnasamy is a medical doctor with additional training in public health, disease surveillance and occupational health. He has 25 years experience in health policy and management in the public, non-governmental and private health sectors in South Africa. He has worked with the WHO, ILO and World Bank, served on many national and international boards, committees and commissions and was the former Dean of the Nelson Mandela School of Medicine in South Africa. He serves as the Compensation Commissioner for Occupational Diseases, cluster manager for Occupational Health within the Department of Health and is the Executive Director of the National Institute for Occupational Health and the National Cancer Registry which are public institutes within the National Health Laboratory Service of South Africa reporting to the Minister of Health in South Africa.
Tor Erik Danielsen
HOD Environmental and Occupational medicine, Oslo University Hospital
Tor Erik is Medical graduate from University of Oslo, and Approved specialist in Occupational Medicine. He was the Member of the specialty committee of Occupational Medicine in Norway for 10 yrs, Board member Norwegian Indoor Environment Organization (NIO). Currently he is Member of the National Board for Occupational Medicine, Member of Norwegian Reference Group for National strategy for prevention and treatment of asthma and allergic diseases, Member of the Reference Group for the National Institute of Occupational Health and Norwegian representative in UEMS (European Association of Medical Specialities) for Occupational medicine.
Ms. Inakshi Naik
Ms. Naik works at the National Institute for Occupational Health (NIOH) in Johannesburg, South Africa and is the head of the Training Department since 2012. She retired in 2011 after serving as a head of the Analytical Services for 12 years. She has a Masters degree in Physiology, Diploma in Occupational Health and Diplomas in Medical Technology.

She was actively involved in developing analytical capacity in environmental and biological monitoring in occupational and environmental health in South Africa to service academic institutes and public as well as private sectors of the industries. This was achieved through establishing internationally recognized, ISO Code 15189 and 17025 accredited laboratories providing analyses in toxic substances namely metals organic compounds including pesticides and PCB monitoring. In her current position she is involved in developing capacity in occupational health through training under and post graduate occupational health professionals within the private and public sectors in South Africa.
Ms. Kalavati Channa
Ms. Channa is a Senior Medical Scientist for the past 13 years and is currently an Acting Head in the Analytical Services at the NIOH, Johannesburg South Africa. She has a Masters degree and is currently completing a PhD in Chemistry. She is involved in developing and implementing methods for analyzing biological and environmental specimens, to measure organic substances, on workers exposed to the hazardous chemical substances.

She is also involved in training under and post graduate students in laboratories techniques, instrumentation, functions, laboratory management systems, Total quality management systems under ISO Code 15189 and 17025. She provides consultation service to clients on Biological monitoring for the purpose of Medical surveillance program
Currently he is Staff Specialist Emergency Medicine Royal North Shore Hospital Sydney, Sr. Lecturer Emergency Medicine Sydney university, Advisor Director Emergency Norwest Private Hospital Sydney, President of American Academy of Emergency Medicine in India.
He has the experience of over 19 years of working as Emergency Physician in India (Chandigarh Medical College 3 yrs, Apollo Hospital Delhi 5 yrs), UK ( Clinical Fellow University of Coventry and Warickshire and Dudley Hospital 2 yrs) and Australia (Advanced trainee Emergency/Intensive care -Gosford Hospital Gosford NSW 5 yrs and Staff Specialist Emergency Royal North Shore Hospital 4yrs).
Anthony Arrons
Anthony is working as Executive Manager, LJM, Australia. He has over 20 years’ experience in behaviour change, communication and leadership development. He has been a coach, mentor and facilitator at C suite level to numerous national and international firms. In addition between 2004 and 2010 he founded and managed UK Stone Ltd, one of the UK’s most respected commercial stone production and installation companies. More recently Anthony has worked extensively in the area of Risk and Strategy for a number of high profile Energy, Resource and Mining organisations. Working with the senior leadership to create robust safety strategies by analysing their exposure to critical operational risk. Most recently Anthony has been working with an Energy companies’ senior leadership teams to design and implement strategic risk management processes to support combined work forces of over 10,000. Anthony has also helped develop and deliver the strategic safety plan for one of world’s largest diamond mines including aspects of Safety Leadership and Incident Management. In 2004 Anthony was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturing and Commerce.

Rajat Kapoor
Rajat is an American Board certified in Internal Medicine and Pulmonology. Presently he is about to finish my fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care in June 2013 and will start working with Indiana University Physicians group as a Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician in Indianapolis, Indiana. He did his Residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
Dr. R Deolalikar is currently the Certifying Surgeon for N.A.P.S. Narora, Nuclear Power Corporation of India. He is the author of a bilingual book [In English & Hindi] - “Diabetes Mellitus – A Handbook for Patients” which has been converted in Braille for the use amongst the visually impaired. He has published many papers and presented many papers nationally and internationally.
Dr. Tyagi is currently working as Senior Scientist in Central Pollution Control Board. He has been working with CPCB for last 30 years on various aspects of Environmental Pollution: Monitoring, Assessment & Prevention. He has Expertise on Air Toxics ( PAHs, BTX, VOCs etc.) and is a Member, BIS Committee CHD 32 on “Environment Protection & Waste Management” and is Editor of "Journal of Indian Air Pollution Control Association". He has published More than 60 Research Papers in National & International Journals / Conferences, CPCB News Letters & Technical Reports and supervised Many Dissertation Work/Thesis of M.Tech., B.Tech., M.Sc. Students.