Four well-known big industries from 31 May 2022 through 2 June 2022 are scheduled to be a part of a major exhibition on all things safety. This exhibition will take place at the Gallagher Convention Center in Midrand, South Africa from 09H00-16H00 daily hosted by Montgomery Group Specialized Exhibitions.
The Four industries being Africa’s leading security expo SECUREX, the Facilities Management EXPO, the A-OSH EXPO, and FIREXPO will be co-locating to bring together quality exhibitors, known to be fire and security protection, as well as safety and occupational health professionals from both public and private sectors.
This exhibition is for those looking for more information on fire safety, different fundamentals of security, health and safety, property and building management, and maintenance. The exhibition will be providing extensive knowledge on these different aspects.
“We are excited to be a part of this event and educate individuals on sim control as we believe that cybersecurity is important now more than ever, therefore having SIM monitoring allows various businesses who want to control as well as manage their connectivity. Companies are then able to control whilst manage their costs to avoid expensive bills”- FlickSwitch, SecureX’s exhibitor.
SecureX not only focuses on the fire expo but touches on all elements of the security sector which is why exhibitors such as Evac+Chair have chosen to take this opportunity and present their products at the exhibition.
“We have recently launched our Mk-5 Evacuation Chair which ensures that passengers are safe during an evacuation in multi-story buildings. We are enthusiastic to exhibit our new evacuation chair as the safety of the mobility impaired will be catered for. I believe this expo will allow us to share this knowledge and emphasize the need for precautionary measures in buildings”- Yvette Glass, Co-Owner, and Managing Director of Evac+Chair SA
What is thrilling about this expo is that both A-OSH and the facilities Management Expo will be focusing on services associated with the built environment. The facilities management will not only look at safety but rather facility management for communications, finance, leadership and operations, quality assessment, real estate, and technology perspective.
If you are wondering why you should attend here are a few pointers:
You will get insights into the industry which will allow you to gain knowledge and exposure to your niche. With this more business ideas will emerge making you more competitive. As a result, you will then meet and connect with prospective customers who can indirectly promote your product through its use.