Health and safety conferences, workshops, expos in 2014
Occupational health and safety conferences and workshops in 2014, including environmental and quality management events, are posted here [Updated November 2014].
November 2014 health and safety conferences
Nov 21 Voluntary Advisory Forum meeting; email@example.com
Nov 23 -17 International Symposium on Macro and Supra-molecular Architectures and Materials, at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park; www.mam-14.com
Nov 25 -27 Environmental and Sustainability Solutions to Climate Change and Carbon Management course, in Johannesburg; firstname.lastname@example.org or 082 882 7700
March 2015 health and safety conferences
March 3 -5 Nigeria PDC in Lagos, hosted by the Nigerian chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), a professional safety society. A professional development conference and exposition. The event last year attracted speakers and delegates from many African countries. ASSE Nigeria Chapter President G Kamil Abiodun said; “We owe it to the public to ensure safety professionals are up to speed with the latest global practices and safety benchmarks.” Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy that needs some reforms and investments to become one of the world’s leading economies. Oil and gas production remain critical to the country’s success, agriculture and trade are larger and growing fast, McKinsey reported. ASSE is committed to reduce injuries and fatalities in the workplace. At the Federal Palace Hotel on Victoria Island, Lagos; http://nigeria.asse.org or email@example.com or www.asse.org/newsroom or 847-768-3404, firstname.lastname@example.org
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