Norman Khoza holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health, specialising in environmental and occupational health, from the University of Limpopo. Norman is a regional occupational health and safety specialist who assists African member states to develop and maintain safe work places and environmentally sustainable projects. He develops and reviews occupational health and safety, public health and environmental legal frameworks, and assists in the coordination of OHS cross-border initiatives,
Norman is a technical expert on design and implementation of the Mobile Diagnostic Units for TB, HIV/AIDS and COVID-19. He has experience on research projects in governments, parastatal, and the private sector, including mining and non-mining sectors.
Norman has served as the President of the Southern African Institute for Occupational Hygiene (SAIOH) since 2020.