Conference departement:
+ 7 (812) 325-0621, 331-8353
E-mail: conference@gce.ru

Registration for XIV International Forum on Industrial Safety has started

15.02.2016

GCE Group invites you to participate in XIV International Forum on Industrial Safety (May 24-27, 2016, St.Petersburg).

Forum will give a chance to discuss the best corporate practices of accident-free operational process, main reasons of man-made disasters and lessons learnt after emergencies, emergency monitoring and prevention options, safety aspects of hazardous cargo transportation, labor protection methods, newly-introduced changes in industrial safety legislation and many other topics.

Besides, we are glad to invite you to join team-building trainings and special sections that will be organized during the Forum for ecologists, labor protection specialists, gas industry experts and fire-fighting services.

This remarkable event supported by CIS Executive Committee, the United Nations Organization and IAEA is held annually in St.Petersburg to enhance global cooperation related to industrial accidents prevention.

Forum is the largest platform where top experts share practices of man-made accidents and ecological catastrophes prevention and response. Delegations from governmental agencies and industries of thirty-five countries, including the United Kingdom, the USA, Brazil, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Hungary, South Korea, Republic of South Africa, Chile, The Republic of Belarus, Ukraine and the Republic of Kazakhstan, have already participated in previous Forums.

Forum venue 2016: Moskovskiye Vorota Congress Hall (Holiday-Inn Saint-Petersburg – Moskovskiye Vorota, Moskovskiy prospect, 97А).

XIV Forum details: www.conference.gce.ru

Speakers and participants support by Forum Organizational Committee:

+7(812)325-06-21

+7(812)331-83-53

conference@gce.ru

Forum participant’s opinion

«I would like to congratulate the organizers of the IX International Forum on Industrial Safety – the GCE Group and its partners for holding the Forum and for gathering the representatives of public authorities from numerous countries, the representatives of industry as well as safety experts to discuss ‘what’s new’ in safety.»

Lukasz Wyrowski

Lukasz Wyrowski, Officer in Charge, Secretariat of the UNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents