The ninth annual A-OSH Expo, Africa’s largest occupational health and safety (OHS) expo, will take place from May 14 to 16, 2019, at Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand.
Securex South Africa 2019, a show with an established 26-year pedigree within the security and fire sectors, once again runs alongside. All aspects of safety, security health and environment are brought together at the exhibition.
The show helps to match up the sector’s leading product and service providers with Africa’s OHS professionals and business leaders, providing a platform for knowledge exchange and relationship building. Delegates and exhibitors alike will have access to the latest thinking, products, trends and legislation.
A-OSH will again feature a number of popular free-to-attend seminar theatres, which provide in-depth content on critical industry issues.
Sven Smit, portfolio director at Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, says high-risk work environments in the mining, agriculture, industrial and construction sectors – which have historically played strong roles in the economy – mean that OHS has a strong focus here for the government, business and employees in turn.
Smit says: “A-OSH Expo 2019 has once again lined up key sponsorship from well-respected personal protective equipment (PPE) companies, Dromex and BBF Safety Group. We are very happy to have exhibitors of this calibre committed to next year’s show.
“We further anticipate having additional key exhibitors in the working-at-height sector, as well as fire safety.”
Platinum sponsor Dromex is a major player in the supply of PPE technology solutions and, together with its international partners, is active in the fields of textile, chemical, environmental sustainability, and research and development.
Gold Sponsor BBF is an integrated workplace-safety solutions provider that helps customers create safe working environments.
“Every kind of work exposes its employees to potential dangers, whether they relate to working with machinery, working at height or underground, being exposed to hazardous chemicals or even being subjected to psychological stress.
“Whether your interest in OHS stems from playing a role in the government or private sector, or whether you are an employee interested in workplace health and safety, we are excited to bring you our comprehensive and holistic offering,” concludes Smit.
For more information please visit www.aosh.co.za, or contact Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery on +27 11 835 1565.