|09:00 am||Working Group Occupational Diseases|
|11:00 am||Working Group Legislation|
|12:30 pm||Lunch Break
|01:30 pm||Working Group Communication|
|03:30 pm||Working Group Digitalization|
Amra Causevic is Head of International Relations and Convention Management at the Austrian Workers’ Compensation Board (AUVA). She is responsible for international activities and contacts, especially with regards to accident insurance and is contact with social security organisations world-wide. Above else, she is responsible for the organisation of various conferences in the field of social security, prevention, trauma care and rehabilitation.
Magdalena Wachnicka-Witzke is a Vice President of the Agricultural Social Insurance Fund (KRUS) in Poland, and serves as Secretary General of the International Section of the ISSA on Prevention in Agriculture. She is currently responsible for, inter alia, the areas of communications, international relations and IT. She has got over 15 years of experience in banking, with demonstrated expertise in agricultural financing. She holds a MBA and Master’s Degree in Economics and graduated from Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw Agricultural University as well as Warsaw University, Faculty of Economic Sciences.
After having studied law at the universities of Bonn (Germany), Lausanne and Geneva (Switzerland) Dr. Gregor Kemper wrote his doctoral thesis in Public International Law. He accepted various legal assignments in post conflict countries followed by practising as a lawyer in Germany. Since 2002 Dr. Gregor Kemper held several managerial positions in the area of global mobility before being seconded by the German Government to the European Union’s External Action Service for state capacity building related projects. In 2011 Dr. Gregor Kemper joined the DGUV as Head of International Relations. He serves as Secretary of the ISSA Technical Commission on Insurance against Employment Accidents and Occupational Diseases and is Member of the Board of the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions.