Six months ahead of OS+H Asia, organised by Messe Düsseldorf Asia, the region’s leading occupational safety & health exhibition expects a strong attendance from more than 5,000 international trade visitors and an impressive line-up of about 150 international exhibitors with an estimated 40% based in Singaporean. The 8th Occupational Safety + Health Exhibition for Asia comes on the back of the recent launch of the workplace safety and health act in September last year. This initiative is an essential part of the new framework to cultivate good safety habits and inculcate a strong safety culture in the workplace.
OS+H Asia 2012 will once again collaborate with two major events for workplace safety and health (WSH).
The second Singapore WSH Conference 2012, organised by the WSH Council, Ministry of Manpower and WSH Institute, will be held on 12 and 13 September. The Conference, with the theme “Changing Landscapes, Shaping a Progressive WSH Culture”, will bring together CEOs, senior government officials and WSH professionals to discuss topics, such as:
- WSH: Important for business sustainability?
- WSH Professionals: Operational or strategic?
- How to leverage on partnership for WSH?
- How to shape a progressive WSH culture?
- Enforcement vs. ownership: A balancing act?
- An ageing workforce: Challenging or opportunity?
More information at www.singaporewshconference.sg
On 14 September the Singapore Institution of Safety Officers (SISO) and Messe Düsseldorf Asia will once again organise the Forum on Safety & Health. This event will provide an excellent opportunity for Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) Experts, Professionals, and Specialist Service Providers & Manufacturers in the region and around the world to share and showcase the latest insights and technological advancement in key safety and health issues such as work at height, crane safety and innovative WSH solutions.
More information shortly at www.osha-singapore.com
Sneak preview of OS+H Asia 2012’s line-up of exhibitors
3M Technologies | Allsports Equipment | Bis International | Bollé Australia | Brady Corporation | Capital Safety | CIG | Deb Singapore | Durasafe | Galmon | Haws Manufacturing | Kimberly-Clark Professional | KBA Training Centre | Krushers Safety Footware | Lee Hung Scientific | Liberty Shoes | Mansion Enterprises | Maritime Progress | Outsource Asia Industries | Pan Taiwan Enterprise | PETZL | PT. Inspiran Ideal Indotama | QMT Industrial Safety | QSS Safety Products | Safety Jogger | Safetyware | Scotts Safety | Shuenn Bao Shing Corporation | SICK | Uvex | Viraj Syntex | Wilson | Yoke Industrial
About OS+H Asia 2012
For the 8th time Messe Düsseldorf Asia presents OS+H Asia, The Occupational Safety + Health Exhibition for Asia. Driven by the sector’s leading international exhibition for Personal Protection, Security and Health at the Workplace, A+A 2011 (organiser: Messe Düsseldorf), OS+H Asia 2012 expects to see some 150 international and regional exhibitors from 20 countries and over 6,000 visitors. The 3-day exhibition will be open to trade visitors from 12 -14 September 2012 from 10.00am to 6.00pm at the Suntec Singapore Convention Centre. All trade visitors and professionals are required to register their visit. Pre-registration will be available mid March 2012.
Alongside OS+H Asia 2012, Messe Düsseldorf Asia will also organise MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2012, the 9th International Exhibition on Hospital, Diagnostic, Pharmaceutical, Medical & Rehabilitation Equipment & Supplies, which is sponsored by the Singapore Ministry of Health, and MEDICAL MANUFACTURING ASIA 2012, which focuses on manufacturing of medical devices and equipment, jointly organized by Messe Düsseldorf Asia and Singapore Precision Engineering & Tooling Association (SPETA).
Singapore Ministry of Manpower | Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council Singapore | Singapore Institution of Safety Officers | Occupational and Environmental Health Society | National Safety Council of Singapore | Messe Düsseldorf, organiser of A+A
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Lee Ai Ling
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