Health and safety conferences, workshops, expos in 2015
Occupational health and safety, environment and quality (Sheq) risk management conferences, workshops and expos in Africa from May 2015 onward, are listed here.
May 2015 health and safety conferences
May 6 Mine Health and Safety update seminar, presented by Willem le Roux, Pieter Colyn, Celeste Coles and Warren Hendricks of ENSafrica, hosted by Lexis Nexis at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park. Mine HS Act amendments, compensation changes, risk management roles, incident scene management and inspection. Book on 031 207 2887, email@example.com
May 7 Occupational Health and Safety update seminar, presented by Willem le Roux, Pieter Colyn, Celeste Coles and Warren Hendricks of ENSafrica, hosted by Lexis Nexis at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park. Construction Regulations Amendment, permit to work system, Client and contractor obligations, employer and Agent liability, forthcoming OHS Act Amendments, Compensation Act update. Book on 031 207 2887, firstname.lastname@example.org
May 12 Witbank Mining and Technical exhibition, at Tweefontein Golf Club, inviting 80 mines and power generators near Witbank and Middelburg, maintenance, catering, transportation and construction suppliers. Themes include continuous improvement in health and safety, and Tweefontein optimisation project. Hosted by Glencore Operations and industry partners. Stands are 3m x 2m, tented, 220V electricity, digital catalogue. email@example.com
May 12 -14 African Construction and Totally Concrete, conferences and expos, at Sandton Convention Centre. For all built environment professionals, expecting 6000 delegates and 200 companies, including technologies, products, services; five conferences on three storeys; cement, coatings, housing, roads, mega-projects, investment; 170 presentations. African an international expertise in business risks, costs, and regulation. Supported by Master Builders South Africa, South African Institute of Architecture, PPC, Mota-Engil, PMSA Concrete Equipment, AfriSam, Builders Warehouse, Weza Afrika Construction, and 120 exhibitors. Book on www.totallyconcrete.co.za
May 12 -14 African OSH Expo at Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand
May 14 Landau Mining and Technical exhibition, at Landau Rec, themed on transformation in mining, steel and power. Hosted by Anglo Operations, local industry, and surrounding mines. Stands are 3m x 2m, tented, 220V electricity, digital catalogue. firstname.lastname@example.org
May 20-22 International High Reliability conference, on moving towards a highly resilient safety culture. At Emperors Palace, Kempton Park, Johannesburg. Annual interactive event with academic specialists, researchers, leadership practitioners and CEOs in all major industries. Including leadership risk assessment and management; neuroscience of safety leadership; societal resilience; reliability and information technologies; resilient organisations; safety culture transformation; and communication for resilience.
• DR TODD CONKLIN (Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico) is a Senior Advisor on Organizational Development and Human Reliability.
• DR BERT SLAGMOLEN (Apollo13 consultants, Netherlands), is a researcher in organisational development, change management, reliability, and mindful organizing. He is involved in projects focusing on leadership development a safety assessment.
• MANIE BOSMAN (Strategic Leadership Institute, SA) has 20 years of international work in executive leadership and organisational development. His focus includes the neuroscience of leadership; strengths-based development; diversity management; and communication.
Hosted by Saacosh and the International HRO Academy, endorsed by the Institute for High Reliability Organising; +27 (0)12 998 2602, email@example.com
May 26 -29 Process Safety Training Module 2, Johannesburg; Book with CAIA, 011 482 1671 /4, fax 011 726 8310, www.caia.co.za
June 2015 health and safety conferences
June 3 -4 MTE Mining expo in Tete, Mozambique, firstname.lastname@example.org
June 17 -18 HSE Energy Africa, in Johannesburg. Occupational health, occupational hygiene and environmental strategies in the energy industry, as well as energy HSE policies and processes. Led by Justice O Derefaka (head of Environment and Social Performance, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production); Alwyn Spies (Behavioural Safety Manager at Sasol Chemical Industries); Harold Gaze (vice-president of SAIOSH); Xolani Masoka (Medical Scientist at the National Institute for Occupational Health, NIOH); Kevin Renton (Occupational Hygienist at the National Health Laboratory Service, NHLS). Book with Fleming Gulf via +91 20 6607 1602, fax +91 20 6607 1604, email@example.com
June 29 MTE Mining expo in Solwezi, Zambia, firstname.lastname@example.org
July 2015 health and safety conferences
July 1 MTE Mining expo in Chingola, Zambia, email@example.com
July 3 MTE Mining expo in Kitwe, Zambia, firstname.lastname@example.org
July 29 Process Safety Training Module 3, Johannesburg; Book with CAIA, 011 482 1671 /4, fax 011 726 8310, www.caia.co.za
August 2015 health and safety conferences
Aug 5 -6 MTE Mining expo in Walvis Bay, Namibia, email@example.com
Aug 26-28 Minesafe; 26-27 conference days, 28th industry day. Submit abstracts by 4 May. Venue; Emperors Palace, Kempton Park. Annual event hosted by the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM), Association of Mine Managers of South Africa, and South African Colliery Managers Association, with input from the DMR, the Chamber of Mines, NUM, Solidarity, and UASA.
The conference will focus on improving health, safety and the environmental impact in the mining and metallurgy industry, and address the main challenges such as logistics, energy, safety of employees, contractors and communities. Book on +27 (0)11 834 1273 /7, fax +27 (0)11 838 5923, firstname.lastname@example.org
September 2015 health and safety conferences
Sep 29 MTE Mining expo in Kadoma, Zimbabwe, email@example.com
October 2015 health and safety conferences
Oct 1 MTE Mining expo in Gweru, Zimbabwe, firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct 6 -9 Process Safety Training Module 2, Durban; Book with CAIA, 011 482 1671 /4, fax 011 726 8310, www.caia.co.za
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