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A+A 2017: International Specialist Retail Conference

18/05/2017

From 17 to 20 October 2017 everything will revolve around Safety, Security and Health at Work in Düsseldorf. Then trade visitors from all over the world will meet for the A+A International Trade Fair with Congress at the exhibition centre.
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A+A 2017 Preview: It’s the individual that counts

15/05/2017

A+A 2017 can already confirm at this stage that it will offer the full range of the latest global trends in industrial safety, health promotion in the workplace and safety management at work. The leading trade fair on occupational health and safety will be held in Düsseldorf from 17 to 20 October and will feature some 1,900 exhibitors.
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A+A 2017: Print@home saves time and money

02/05/2017

Tickets for A+A 2017 (17 to 20 October) are now available online, at www.AplusA.de. Anyone buying e-tickets will benefit twice, saving both time and money. Visitors can purchase their tickets online and either print them out at home or download the relevant codes. In either case, they can use their e-tickets for free travel to and from the exhibition centre by public transport.
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A+A 2017: Brisk demand for exhibition space – 1,900 exhibitors have registered from around the world

20/02/2017

A+A 2017 can already confirm at this stage that it will offer the full range of the latest global trends in industrial safety, health promotion in the workplace and safety management at work. The leading trade fair on occupational health and safety will be held in Düsseldorf from 17 to 20 October and will feature some 1,900 exhibitors.
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A+A 2017: Registration Phase Now Underway – Partner Country United Kingdom

23/08/2016

The registration phase for A+A 2017 in Düsseldorf has started and exhibitor registrations for the international No. 1 trade fair for safety and health at work (17 to 20 October 2017) are already well underway.
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A+A 2015 in Düsseldorf: more than 65,000 trade visitors – with large proportion of internationals

30/10/2015

The 30th A+A in Düsseldorf, which ran for four days (27-30 October), comprised 1,887 exhibitors from 57 countries and provided information for more than 65,000 visitors (2013: 63,000) seeking to learn about the latest trends in occupational health and safety, health promotion at work and safety and security management. This is a new record in the history of this event.
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The A+A 2015 trade fair and congress cover all aspects of health and safety at work – new record in exhibitors’ numbers

16/10/2015

A+A – the number 1 international event for health and safety at work – has now reached its 30th edition in Düsseldorf, featuring a powerful exhibitor base and continuing to head for growth.
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A+A 2015: Workplace ergonomics – a central topic at the trade fair and the convention

25/08/2015

With over 1,800 exhibitors, A+A in Düsseldorf is the world’s leading market and communication platform for occupational health and safety. From 27 to 30 October this year’s focus – both at the trade fair and the convention – will be on a central issue again: the ergonomic design of workplaces and working routines.
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Statement on A+A 2015 by Joachim Schäfer, Managing Director of Messe Düsseldorf

18/08/2015

People are the most important, and at the same time, they are the most fragile elements within a company. Therefore, safety at work and all measures of action with the objective of maintaining the work force are important topics and, in the light of the change taking place within the working world, the topic is more current than ever.
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A+A 2015: Exhibitors are presenting many innovations for emergency services personnel

15/07/2015

There is scarcely an area of application available that requires such elaborate protective clothing, as is the case with fire brigades. It is evident: When energy-sapping use takes place at extreme temperatures, the highest level of functional requirements is placed on the individual elements of protective equipment.
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