Gallagher Convention Centre, 22 - 24 May 2018
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Partners of A-OSH Expo 2018

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Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery

Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery offers South Africa's largest portfolio of exhibitions servicing business to business sectors of the Southern African economy. Backed by over 42 years of experience, Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery is a member of the prestigious Montgomery Group and is recognised locally and internationally as an organiser of innovative, inspiring and highly effective exhibitions that meet the needs of the industries it serves.

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Official Media Partner:

SHEQ Management

Published by Charmont Media Global, SHEQ MANAGEMENT aims to provide up-to-date, relevant information to ensure the safety and well-being of employees in the workplace, while assisting them in preparing for emergencies and preventing disasters.

It is read by decision-makers in the safety, health and environment arena, company directors, risk managers, health and safety managers, environmental managers, quality managers, SHEQ practitioners, SHEQ officers, training managers, various labour organisations, government agencies and nongovernmental organisations.

SHEQ MANAGEMENT is the definitive source for reliable, accurate and pertinent information to guarantee environmental health and safety in the workplace.

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Media Partners:

Fire and Rescue International (FRI)

Fire and Rescue International (FRI) is an independent, monthly, technical magazine that has fire management and suppression, rescue, emergency services and incident management as its core focus.

The magazine strives to keep a balance between the various sectors that it serves so that each area of expertise is covered on a monthly basis. By doing so, the magazine has become a sought-after publication to which the decision makers in this closeknit industry have subscribed. The main objective of this niche market journal is to raise awareness of new technology, local and international, in depth research projects, legislation and relate industry news and events to our readers. The magazine not only creates an active marketing platform for suppliers to the fire fighting (structural, industrial, ARFF, wildland and forest, petrochemical and marine fires) technical rescue (USAR), high-altitude rescue, mountain search and rescue, EMS, Hazmat and incident management industries, but also acts as a communication forum for this close-knit fraternity, bridging the gap between the urban-wildfire interface and addressing the challenges of the urban-industrial interface.

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Mining Review

The mission of Mining Review Africa is to support and promote the development of Africa’s rich mineral resources to the benefit of all. Through our liaison with major, mid-tier and junior mining houses, suppliers of capital, technology and plants, our goal is to ensure Mining Review Africa is Africa’s leading mining sector knowledge partner.

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Mining Prospectus

Mining Prospectus, launched in 2011, has been providing insightful content to business decision-makers and procurers within the South African mining sector and has developed a loyal readership in that time.

It highlights the issues, opportunities, challenges and solutions that affect these readers directly and examines the ever-changing technological environment facing decision-makers in this dynamic industry.

A combination of informative, unbiased and independent editorial written by senior journalists, supplemented by case studies by academic and other industry experts, is the hallmark of this publication.

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Mining Weekly

Mining Weekly is South Africa’s premier source of weekly news on mining developments in Africa’s most important industry. Mining Weekly provides in-depth coverage of mining projects and the personalities reshaping the mining industry. The publication is an essential source of information for those involved in the mining sector. Mining Weekly has a total readership of 90 299 people per week. The Mining Weekly print magazine is read by 48 709 people per week - calculated based on a pass-on readership of 4.6 readers per copy. MiningWeekly.com is read by 49 511 people per week.

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Charity Partner:

The South African Guide-Dogs Association

The South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind was founded in 1953 by Gladys Evans and a temporary training centre was rented at No 1, Glamorgan Road, Parkwood. after she returned from England with her famous guide dog, Sheena. GDA’s first real home was a lovely 6 acre property called “Vale Cottage” in Parkmore, Sandton which was established in 1958. Vale Cottage was later renamed “The Gladys Evans Training Centre” and was to remain the home of GDA until 1986 when, due to the increased demand for guide dogs, the new “Gladys Evans Training Centre” was opened in Wroxham Road, Witkoppen. This 11 acre property today boasts all the facilities required to train both guide dogs and their blind owners.

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FPASA

FPASA

The Fire Protection Association of Southern Africa (FPASA) was established in 1973 to provide a specialized fire safety management technical and training service to industry, commerce and society at large. Over the years the Association has developed a range of membership options and technical, training and fire safety management services that are recognized for their quality, professionalism and value. Today the role of the FPASA covers Education, Information, Advice, Consultancy and Training (Fire College). The Fire College is a professional training centre dedicated to assist in the reduction of life and property losses in the Southern African region. It provides training on request of FPASA members and non-members alike, and in addition provides standard training programmes to suit the broad spectrum of industrial, commercial, institutional and local authority requirements.

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The Institute for Work at Height

The Institute for Work at Height

The Institute for Work at Height was formed as a Trade organisation in January 2009 being a merger of the Specialised Access Engineering Manufacturers Association (SAEMA) and the Rope Access And Fall Arrest Association (RAFAA) desirous of creating safety awareness and in turn “professionalism in the overall Work At Height Industry”.

The members all agreed that their input in the development of the skills was lacking and thus they decided to apply for the registration of a Professional Body. The Institute for Work at Height (IWH) has received official recognition by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) as the Professional Body (PB) for the work at height industry in South Africa. The IWH PB is a non-statutory body, recognising practitioners in the working at height industry.

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NEBOSH

NEBOSH

NEBOSH (The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health) was formed in 1979 as an awarding body with charitable status. We offer a comprehensive range of globally-recognised, qualifications designed to meet the health, safety and environmental management needs of all places of work

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Saioh

SAIOH

SAIOH has its origins in the Occupational Hygiene Association of South Africa (OHASA) which was established in 1983 to promote an awareness of Occupational Hygiene. The Institute of Occupational Hygienists of South Africa (IOHSA) was established in 1993 to register Occupational Hygienists who meet appropriate standards of education and practical experience. These two bodies merged in 2000 to form the present day SAIOH. SAIOH has approximately 900 members and an annual budget of about a million rand which is applied to branch and head office incidentals. SAIOH is dependent on sponsorship and membership fees to sustain itself and provide a service to members.

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Saiosh

Saiosh

Saiosh is recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) as the Professional Body to register Occupational Health and Safety Professionals in South Africa in terms of the NQF Act, Act 67 of 2008. With more than 10 000 Members Saiosh is the leading source of information and networking opportunities within the Occupational Health and Safety profession.

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SAPEMA

SAPEMA

The SA Protective Equipment Marketing Association was founded in the early sixties with the objective of representing manufacturers and importers of personal protective equipment and lobbying on their behalf with the authorities and other bodies such as the SA Bureau of Standards.

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Official Airline Partner:

SAA - South African Airways

SAA is committed to provide delegates attending the A-OSHEXPO South Africa a discount offering ranging from 5 – 18% per point of sale, off its lowest published airfares on the services of SAA subject to the relevant class availability for international and regional market related airfares. This excludes all SAA code share flights as well as the domestic routes serviced by either SA Express or South African Airlink or Mango. These air fares will only be applicable for travel 14 days prior and/or after the official event dates. South African Airways looks forward to welcoming all A-OSHEXPO South Africa delegates on board our flights and to offer our warm South African hospitality!

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Venue

Gallagher Convention Centre

  • 19 Richard Drive
  • Midrand, Johannesburg
  • South Africa
Show Times

Show Times

  • Tuesday - Thursday
  • 9am - 4pm