World of markets

A+A 2017

Logo: A+A 2017 (Safety, Security and Health at Work)

Düsseldorf, Germany

Main Themes

  • Safety at work
  • Security at work
  • Health at work / Corporate Health
  • Fire Protection / Disaster Management
  • Corporate Fashion
  • A+A Congress and ILO Conference

Contact

Messe Düsseldorf GmbH

Tel.: +49 (0) 211 45 60 418
Fax: +49 (0) 211 45 60 87 418

INOS+H Expo

Logo: INOS+H Expo

New Delhi, India

Contact

Miriam Schellkes
Senior Project Manager
Tel: +49(0)211/45 60 - 7733
SchellkesM@messe-duesseldorf.de

Anja Theiss-Wirth
Account Manager
Tel: +49(0)211/45 60 - 583
TheissA@messe-duesseldorf.de

TOS+H

Logo: TOS+H (Turkish Occupational Safety + Health Exhibition)

Istanbul, Turkey

Contact

Messe Düsseldorf GmbH

Gabriele Schreiber
Tel.: +49 (0211) 4560-7762
Fax: +49 (0211) 4560-7740
SchreiberG@messe-duesseldorf.de

OS+H Asia

Logo: OS+H Asia (Occupational Safety + Health Exhibition for Asia)

Singapore

Main Themes

  • Environmental control
  • Fire protection
  • Occupational medicine, hygiene and industrial first aid
  • Personal safety equipment
  • Safety equipment and safe facilities
  • Workplace ergonomics

Contact

Messe Düsseldorf Asia Pte Ltd

Tel.: +65 6332 9620
Fax: +65 63374633 / 6332 9655

Ugol Rossii & Mining

Logo: Ugol Rossii & Mining

Novokuznetsk, Russia

Contact

Messe Düsseldorf GmbH and JSC Kuzbass Fair

Tel.: +49-211-4560-7705
Fax: +49-211-4560-7740

LiedtkeM@messe-duesseldorf.de

COS+H

Logo: COS+H (China International Occupational Safety & Health Exhibition)

Beijing, China

Contact

Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.

Tel.: +86 10 6590 8622
Fax: +86 10 6590 7347

cosh@mds.cn

A+A at RISCON TOKYO 2018

Logo: A+A at RISCON TOKYO 2018

Tokyo, Japan

Why Japan?

- An attractive market: Japan is the second-largest economy in Asia with a working population of 54 million people.

- The Japanese PPE-market is projected to reach an annual growth rate of 8%, leading to an expected market volume of 2,85bn Euro in 2022 (2014: 1,54bn Euro).

- The current “Program for Occupational Safety” (2013-2017) reflects a significant shift in the perception of health in the workplace. Increasingly, stress reduction and improving mental health are being recognized as crucial factors in the prevention of accidents.

- Japan’s aging population and its increasing number of elderly workers require the PPE-industry to make corresponding adjustments to industrial safety measures and products.

- Strict regulations in Japan’s OSH and the country’s strong adherence to control provide unique opportunities for the manufacturers of innovative PPE products and solutions.