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GCE Group defined the location for the XII International Forum on Industrial Safety in 2014

20.06.2013

GCE Group  invites you to take part in the XII International Forum on Industrial Safety in 2014 that is to be held in Saint-Petersburg on 27-30 May, 2014, in the period of "white nights", which has become our tradition. 

In 2014 the Forum is to take place in "Moskovskye Vorota" Congress Center ("Holiday Inn Saint-Petersburg – Moskovskye Vorota" Hotel, Moskovsky Prospekt 97А).  

Traditionally the program is focused on lessons learned from the man-made disasters, practical experience of accident forecasting and protection from emergency situations, and new scientific and corporate developments in the sphere of risk reduction.   

Profile:

The Forum on Industrial Safety is organized annually by GCE Group for the development of international cooperation in protection from man-made disasters and for the exchange of experience. The Forum is supported by the CIS Executive Committee, the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). During the past years the Forum on Industrial Safety has been attended by delegations from 32 countries – in 2013 representatives from India, Bulgaria, Estonia and Kirghizia also joined the event.

All registration applications and speaker proposal forms should be addressed to the Conference Department of GCE Group:

+7 812 325-06-21
+7 812 331-83-53
conference@gce.ru

www.conference.gce.ru

Forum participant’s opinion

I would like to thank the organizers for the invitation to this Forum. It was a pleasure to meet professionals in the industry and talk to them during and after the presentation. Moreover, the participants’ suggestions regarding the topics are taken into account in the next forums. Therefore, I will be happy to come back next year.

Mutaph Vitaliy

Mutaph Vitaliy, Rescue Service Colonel
Environmental Quality Monitoring Department, Coordinator of UNECE Convention on Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents