Safety&Health@Work is the most important independent knowledge platform and the most visited network meeting for professionals who value safe and healthy working conditions. The exhibition offers the latest trends and developments related to safe and healthy working. They are crucial in sharing knowledge and influencing behaviour. For two days, more than 120 exhibitors show the latest products, services, innovations, training and certifications that contribute to the safety of the working environment.
For the sixth time, Safety&Health@Work in Rotterdam Ahoy is the most important event for 3500 professionals for whom healthy and safe working is a daily priority. These are management members, safety experts, prevention officers, occupational health and safety specialists, purchasers, facility managers, QHSE managers, HR officers and fire prevention employees. All influencers who decide which personal protective equipment is purchased, which techniques are used and how safety and healthy working are heard by all employees. The event deepens and broadens knowledge in many areas. Safety&Health@Work not only offers a wide range of products and services, but also the possibility of networking.
Safe and healthy working starts at the workplace. It includes the complete spectrum of awareness, good and safe tools, fall protection, personal protective equipment, (camera) surveillance, drones and work clothes. But also education, training, certifications, software and quality marks ensure a healthy and safe working environment. More than 120 providers of the above services and products show the latest innovations, trends and developments during Safety&Health@Work.
One in six employees has to deal with hazardous substances during work. Every year no fewer than 3000 people die as a result of it. What can you do about that?
Even in dangerous and demanding professions, employees must be able to work safely and healthily until they retire. What is needed to promote sustainable employability?
Routine work appears to be the main cause of workplace accidents. How do you get employees to change their behavior?
Can new, automated techniques ensure that we no longer have to use people for work that meets the 3 D’s: Dirty, Dangerous and Dull?
Do laws and regulations contribute to safety in the workplace or, on the contrary, form an obstacle. Punishment does not automatically lead to desired behavior, rewarding often works better.
Safety measures cost investments, people learning to work more safely too. But can security be expressed in terms of money?
Prevention is better than cure. How do we ensure that unsafe situations no longer arise?
Wednesday 30th September 2020: 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 1st October 2020: 10:00 - 17:00
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