GCE Group invites to take part in XV International Forum on Industrial Safety which will take place in Saint-Petersburg in the white nights season – from May 30 to June 02, 2017.
The Forum is hosted annually by GCE Group and aims at development of international cooperation and sharing experience on emergencies prevention.
The Forum is supported by the UN, government of the Russian Federation, CIS Executive Committee, the Russian Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, IAEA, the Russian Academy of Sciences and other institutions.
For the past several years the Forum was attended by representatives from 35 countries.
Year 2017 has been announced the Year of Environment in Russia, so the next Forum is going to place a special focus on vital challenges of environment protection. Also, individual sessions will cover occupational safety, fire safety and other vital problems.
The program focuses on:
- On the way to the ideal industrial safety system. International experience.
- Best practices to ensure emergency-free production process.
- News of the industrial and occupational safety legislation.
- Presentation of modern mobile robotic devices and simulators.
- Main causes of man-made accidents and lessons learnt.
- Interactive team-building trainings
Long-standing positive experience shows great importance of International Forum on Industrial Safety. This Forum is becoming a very significant industrial event unifying key international experts, representatives from different industrial sectors, state supervision agencies and intergovernmental organizations. Participation in this event is a great opportunity to share experience in the field of man-made accidents and natural disasters prevention and response, industrial and labor safety practices implementation.
It was, I suppose, the tenth time I visit the Forum. It becomes more and more interesting every year. New platforms, new rules, new faces. Multiple sessions cover truly challenging areas.
former Director of Occupational Safety and Ecology Department of NK-Rosneft