MODERNET is pleased to invite researchers and occupational health professionals to the MODERNET Meeting 2022
Chemicals, covid and more…
Tackling new and old occupational health risks
8 and 9 September in Haarlem, the Netherlands
The conference will be held at
Overview of meeting fees and expiration dates
Not-preregistered, but Early bird (registration before 15-7-2022)
- Modernet members (in good standing): 125 euro
- Non-Modernet members: 175 euro
Normal fees (after 15-7-2022), not preregistered
- Modernet members (in good standing): 150 euro
- Non-Modernet members: 200 euro
Attend for 1 day (50% + 15) including lunch and catering
- Pre-registered member 65 euro
- Preregistered non-member 90 euro
- early bird member 80 euro
- early bird non-member 105 euro
- normal fee member 90 euro
- normal fee non-member 115 euro
Modernet Membership: if you would like to have more information about Modernet Membership, please refer to the Modernet website.
Social event and dinner
On 8 September there will be a social event and conference dinner. We are planning to have a one and a half-hour boat tour on the Haarlem canals with drinks and Dutch snacks with boats of Luxe Sloepen Haarlem. After this, there will be a three-course conference dinner at the Jopenkerk Brewery from 20.00 h. You can book for participation in the ticket shop.
For accommodation, there are rooms available at the venue hotel. You can use this link for the hotel’s website information on rooms. Besides comfortable rooms, it offers
- Free WiFi
- Free parking and electric loading points
- Free use of the fitness
- Free use of the wellness
Hotel Haarlem is located on the outskirts of Haarlem, also close to Amsterdam and Schiphol Airport, and is easily accessible by car or public transport. There is ample free parking for your own transport.
Obviously, you can also pick other accommodation in Haarlem. Search the internet for the best prices, for example
Haarlem is ideally situated, being only 20 minutes from ‘Amsterdam Centraal’ train station, where hi-speed international trains whizz in from cities all over Europe. It’s also only 15 minutes from IJmuiden harbour where the DFDS Seaways Newcastle to Amsterdam ferry docks. And as the city is only 20 minutes from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport – it’s literally easy to get to from anywhere on earth!
From the A9 take exit Haarlem Zuid / Zandvoort (N205). At the fourth traffic light, turn left and at the next traffic light turn left again. The hotel is located directly on the left (Toekanweg)
Frequent trains run directly between Amsterdam and Haarlem’s Centraal Station. The trains usually leave Amsterdam Centraal Station from Platform 1 or 2 every 15 minutes. Haarlem has two stations – Haarlem Spaarnwoude and Haarlem Centraal – and it is Haarlem Centraal you need to disembark at to visit the city centre. For the latest train timetables and fares, check out www.ns.nl. From Haarlem station, you can take bus 300 to the hotel at bus stop Europaweg (see underneath).
If you are traveling to Haarlem from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, then you should take the bus for a direct route; cheaper and more convenient since there is a bus stop Europaweg in front of the hotel. Take Bus 300 which runs day and night, approximately every 10-15 minutes between Schiphol airport and Haarlem Central Station. The trip to the hotel takes about 30 minutes. Buses are signposted when you exit Schiphol airport. Look for a big red bus with the number 300 Haarlem statin on the front.
People pay for public transport with a contactless smart card, called OV-chipkaart. You can use it to pay the fare on bus, metro, train, and tram. Find more information on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OV-chipkaart. It’s worthwhile to get some more information on this system beforehand. Underneath you find good YouTube information.
Curious about the times for public transport?
View www.9292ov.nl to plan your trip immediately!
You can even rent a bike at the hotel: https://www.hotelhaarlem.nl/en/bicycle-rental/