Safety first: it’s time to secure your place at Africa’s leading OHS expo!

Safety first: it’s time to secure your place at Africa’s leading OHS expo!

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Calling all industry professionals looking for the latest in occupational health and safety (OHS) product and services –pre-registration is now open to claim your free entrance to AOSH EXPO 2017, Africa’s leading OSH exhibition. Now in its seventh year and still growing, the show takes place between 30 May and 01 June 2017 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Johannesburg, and is co-located with the industry’s top security and fire exhibition, Securex.

By visiting www.aosh.co.za and completing the required details, you’ll gain entrance to experience all A-OSH EXPO 2017 has to offer; from protective clothing and training to environmental management, gas detection and first aid,” says Joshua Low, event director at Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery. “A-OSH has rightfully earned its title as the foremost African show within the OHS space by consistently shining a spotlight on the sector’s most relevant topics, as well as its latest products and services, and providing an opportunity for face-to-face dialogue between industry specialists and best-of-breed solution and services providers.”

New features for the 2017 show includes Occu|Fit’s Wellness Zone, a company under Health|Insite’s Group of Companies, where delegates are able to undergo a full occupational health medical on-site in the hall. South Africa’s leading corporate wellness and occupational health service provider, Health|Insite will be showcasing its mobile unit, providing a full physical exam, in addition to audiometry and spirometry testing and a full visual screening with keystone, to A-OSH EXPO attendees - at no cost! Each medical takes between 45 minutes to an hour, and visitors will receive a “certificate of fitness to work” signed by an Occupational Health Practitioner (OHP), indicating validity for a year.

“A-OSH 2017 delegates will also have access to first-rate educational content and critical advice on pressing issues via the PASMA Working at Height Theatre, FPASA’s InFIReS workshop, the Noshebo seminar theatre sponsored by BBF Safety Gear and Saiosh’s South Africa Health and Safety Conference. They are furthermore provided with a platform to connect with more than 80 market leading companies and the opportunity to network with industry peers,” Low explains.

“We're also pleased to share that the 2017 show is extremely well supported by additional relevant industry associations, including the Institute for Work at Height, IOSM, Safety First Association, Masters Builders Association, SAIOH, NEBOSH, SAPEMA, SASOHN and the Italian-South African Chamber of Trade and Industries,” he concludes.

 

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