The 12th edition of Occupational Safety and Health Exhibition for Asia has been postponed to the end of the year and will take place from December 9 – 11, 2020 at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. The event was originally scheduled for August 26 – 28, 2020. As the region’s leading exhibition for the workplace safety and health sector, OS+H Asia 2020 will now be strategically held concurrently with MEDICAL FAIR ASIA. This synergy was successful in earlier editions.
“In light of the evolving COVID-19 situation including restrictions and heightened social distancing measures, and in consultation with industry partners, we have decided to postpone OS+H Asia 2020 to December this year. We would like to thank all OS+H Asia partners, exhibitors, and registered visitors from around the region for their continued support and look forward to welcoming them in December,” stated Gernot Ringling, Managing Director, Messe Düsseldorf Asia.
“Delivering an exhibition that optimizes participants’ investment in time and resources is one of our top priorities, so we anticipate that the December dates will maximize participation and engagement from regional and international attendees. We are optimistic that the co-location of OS+H Asia with MEDICAL FAIR ASIA – representing the synergistic portfolios of occupational safety, security and healthcare, will come at a time when businesses will be on the lookout for sourcing and networking platforms, as well as heightened industry demand for solutions as companies look to adapt workplaces and protect employees for the future,” added Gernot Ringling.
The OS+H Asia team will be in contact with all confirmed exhibitors and participants regarding event logistics and planning. They can also contact email@example.com for immediate assistance.
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