Exhibition held on safety

2015-11-04 12:38

THE South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Saiosh) is hosting an exhibition and conference at the President Hotel in Bloemfontein on Friday, 19 November, at 08:30.

All interested exhibitors in the industry are invited to book stalls.

Stalls will be available at R995 for Saiosh members and R1 895 for non-members.

This fee includes the entrance for two delegates.

On the conference, experts will discuss a large variety of topics like accident investigation, legal liability, professional indemnity insurance, neurotechnology for safe spaces and concrete safety.

Registered Saiosh members will earn two CPD points for attending.

To book your stall or receive any further information regarding the exhibition, contact Johan van Wyngaard at fsbranch@saiosh.co.za or on 083-534-2377 or Johan Dempers at swiftohs@aol.com or 083-679-8554.

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