TweetSharePinShare1212 SharesAfrica’s most comprehensive personal protective equipment (PPE) offerings – and much more besides – are what visitors to the ninth annual A-OSH Expo can expect to find when Africa’s largest occupational health and safety (OHS) exhibition hits the Gallagher Convention Centre from May 14 to 16. Securex South Africa 2019, a show with an established 26-year pedigree within the security and fire sectors, once again runs alongside. Excitingly, this will be the first year that the Facilities Management (FM) Expo shares the venue. It will showcase products and services associated with property and building management and maintenance. All aspects of safety, security and health at work are brought together at A-OSH Expo. The show aims to match up the sector’s leading product and service providers with Africa’s top OHS professionals and business leaders, while providing a platform for knowledge exchange and relationship building. Furthermore, it provides delegates and exhibitors alike access to the latest thinking, products, trends and legislation. The highly popular free-to-attend seminar theatres will feature again at A-OSH Expo, providing in-depth content on critical industry issues. Sven Smit, portfolio director at organiser Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, says: “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 you are an employee interested in workplace health and safety, we are excited to begin the journey to A-OSH Expo 2019,” concludes Smit. Visitor entrance to A-OSH Expo 2019 is free! For more information please visit: www.aosh.co.za. Print Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.