Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India]: Informa Markets in India, a leading B2B exhibition organiser is set to host the 7th edition of Occupational Safety & Health (OSH South India) India and the 6th edition of SAFE South India 2022 at the Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai. The two-day co-located shows, slated for 17th– 18th June 2022, will provide a combined platform addressing a broad range of solutions to occupational hazards and security with preventive technologies, and innovation, to support the growth of both occupational health and safety and the security industries.
India represents only about 2% of the manufacturing output, and further India’s manufacturing accounts for only about 16% of the country’s GDP. Safety at the workplace will be the key differential that will help boost productivity and hence the manufacturing output. The expos will bring over 200 Plus brands from 100 Plus domestic and international exhibitors. The key exhibitor brands & partners at OSH South India include Mallcom, Venus, Torpedo, LRQA, Venus, ion Science, Marshal, VMEDO, Sure Safety, Red Star Safety, Karam, Udyogi, Joseph Leslie, Midas Safety and Jayco Safety to name a few. Key brands and partners at SAFE South India include Hikvision, Prama, Syrotech, In4, ZkTeco, Biomax, Gtropy, Hiware, Magtech, Picsys, Timewatch, Toshiba, Trueview, TVT and XYZ Digital to name a few.OSH South India is well-supported by reputed associations such as Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce, Safety Appliances Manufacturers Association (SAMA), International Power Access Federation ( IPAF ), Indian Technical Textile Association (ITTA), and many other safety consultants. The SAFE Expo is supported by APSA (Asian Professional Security Association), ASIS (American Society for Industrial Security) Bengaluru, New Delhi and Mumbai Chapters, ESAI (Electronic Security Association of India) and OSAC (Overseas Security Advisory Council) Chennai Chapter, IISSM (International Institute of Security and Safety Management), GACS (Global Association for Corporate Services), and Mitkat Advisory
OSH South India gives way to many emerging trends strengthening industrial and workplace safety market share and will witness demonstrations on Personal Protection Equipment’s, Fire & Gas Detection / Protection, Passive Fire Protection, Safety Signage, Ergonomical Workstation, Safety Training And Consultancy, Safety Software, Medical And Travel Security Services, Lockout Tagout and Machine Guarding, Material Handling, Respiratory Protection, Fall Prevention Accessories & Height Safety Products like Safety Accessories & Uniforms, Electrical Safety, and Transport Safety. SAFE Expo will provide trends and solutions pertaining to products such as Alarm Centres / Intruder Alarms, Access Control, Biometrics, Building Management Systems, CCTV, Computer Security, Integrated Systems & Networked Security, IT Security, Manned Guarding, Physical Security, Retail Security, Screening /Anti – Terrorism, Secure Communications, Surveillance and Traffic Monitoring & Valuables in Transit. The Expos aim to improve safety and health at work and security in all forms which will contribute to the sound socio-economic development of India.
Speaking on the announcement of OSH South India and SAFE Expo 2022, Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets India said “India has a population exceeding 1.4 billion out of which, 63.6% form the working-age group. Similarly, in the security industry, several trends have even accelerated that go beyond the traditional “physical security,” such as a host of frontiers like AI, cloud computing, IoT, and cybersecurity are being rapidly pioneered by entities big and small in our industry. India’s Video Surveillance Market size is projected to grow with a CAGR of 16.6% during 2020-26. OSH South India and the SAFE Expo 2022 is an attempt to showcase these two industries in a new light giving a much-required boost to the Indian manufacturing industries. The Expos will represent the entire value-added chain of the Occupational health & safety and securities industries to the buyer-seller community in South India. These are industries that bank on newer and improved technological innovations on a constant basis. We see there an immense growth potential along with the learning and networking opportunities for suppliers and service providers at these expos”.
OSH South India will be visited by professionals such as Safety Managers, Consultants, personnel from Defence Establishments, Disaster Management Experts, Distributors and Manufacturers Of Health & Safety Products, Electrical Contracting/ Engineers, Facility Managers, Logistics professionals, Municipal Authorities, System Integrators and Town Planners especially from the industrial hubs of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Meanwhile, the SAFE Expo will be visited by professionals Procurement Managers, Consultants & Specifiers, Electrical Consultants, Fire Consultants, Safety Managers, Security Managers, Floor Managers, Plant Managers, Operation Managers, Estate Managers, Facilities Managers IT Managers, Design & Instrumentation Managers from hospitality, construction, legal, retail to name a few.
The expos will be backed by two knowledge-based conferences which will bring together government officials, experts, industry associations and evangelists, and technical leaders.
Some of the key topics that will be discussed as part of the Conference at OSH South India under the theme: Decoding Occupational Safety & Health Challenges in 2022 include, Workplace safety practices – The leader’s role, Workshop: Industrial Hygiene and Practical Approach, Emerging Fire Risks and Strategies to Life Safety, E-Waste Management – A 360-degree approach including all stakeholders, Protective Devices — Best Practices for Sizing and Selection and many others. Based on the theme ‘New-Age Threats to Security’, the SAFE Expo will conduct a technical seminar and will cover topics like Technology-Enabled Disruptions, “Emerging Paradigms in Security Architecture”, Leading Technologies that have become Ubiquitous in the ‘New Normal’ in Security, Emerging Cyber Threats and their Implications for Corporate Security, How Smarter, Intelligent and Self-Learning Security Systems Make Life Easier for a CSO and many more.