Antti Koivula to be FIOH’s new Director General

Press release 28/2015, 18.5.2015

The Board of Directors has appointed Antti Koivula, Doctor of Science (Technology) and current Director of Client Solutions, to be the new Director General of the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH). Antti Koivula will begin his duties on 1st August 2015.

Dr. Harri Vainio, current Director General, will retire in July 2015.

The term of office for FIOH’s Director General is seven years.

Antti Koivula has worked at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health since 2012, before which he was managing director at Tinnoff Ltd. He has previously worked as developer, advisor and board member of small and medium-sized enterprises. At Nokia he played key roles in strategic change and knowledge management. Koivula’s PhD is in occupational psychology and leadership development.

Further information:
Chairman of the FIOH Board Kari Välimäki, tel. +358 50 5599177
Administrative Director Matti Arola, matti.arola(at)ttl.fi, tel. +358 43 8244500

Interview reguests:
Antti Koivula, tel. +358 43 825 0036, antti.koivula(at)ttl.fi

More photos of Antti Koivula can be loaded in the FIOH Newsroom (mediabank).

The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) researches, develops and specializes in well-being at work. It promotes occupational health and safety and the well-being of workers. It is an independent institution under public law, working under the administrative sector of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. It has five regional offices, and its headquarters are in Helsinki. It employs about 700 people.

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The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (Työterveyslaitos) researches, develops and specializes in well-being at work. It promotes occupational health and safety and the well-being of workers. It is an independent institution under public law, working under the administrative sector of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. It has five regional offices, and its headquarters are in Helsinki. It employs about 560 people.

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