THE A+A-SPECIALS FOR THOSE WHO GIVE EVERYTHING WHEN IT COUNTS.
FOR THE WORST CASE, YOU NEED THE BEST SCENARIO.
Technical errors, human error, severe storms - the world of work is not always a safe place. This is why operational fire protection and emergency management are so important - for the best possible prevention and correct behaviour in an emergency.
A+A 2019 offers a separate section on these topics with surprising innovations and optimum solutions that help when the going gets tough. In addition, there will be a comprehensive, informative, sometimes spectacular live offering, presented by WFVD, vfdb, THW, DLRG and the Düsseldorf Fire Brigade School.
Forums, theme parks and special shows are among the established programme elements of A+A. They are dedicated to special aspects of the range on offer, show specific solutions for individual sectors and industries and make knowledge a tangible experience for trade visitors.
Fire protection & emergency management
In hall 6 we show you presentations and live demonstrations on how companies can protect themselves.
Trend Forum Safety & Security
Theme park in hall 11 offers lectures on products, concepts and services regarding hazardous substances, fire protection and disaster management.
Special Show Safe Rescues
A+A will include the special show entitled “Safe Rescues” which is running in hall 7a.
Symposium for Occupational Hygiene in the Fire Service
5th global seminar on occupational cancer among firefighters.
The topics are, among others, the following:
- Occupational cancer among firefighters in Germany. - Stress in the Compartment Fire Behavior Training. (CFBT) - Developments in Scandinavia. - Human biomonitoring study. - Central exposure database. (ZED) - Learning from NASA.
A+A Forum Self-Protection of Emergency and Rescue Forces
The A+A Forum Self-Protection of Emergency and Rescue Forces, organized by the magazine CRISIS PREVENTION, deals with current topics for all emergency and rescue forces.
The topics are among other things: - Mental stress, attack on emergency forces - self-protection - bodycams - Protection against infections