The next biannual A+A Congress and Trade fair will take place October 26-29, 2021 in Düsseldorf, Germany
From 26 to 29 October 2021, the full breadth of experts and major decision-makers from industry, the trades, public administration, government, the research community, and employers’ and employees’ representative bodies will meet at the A+A in Düsseldorf (Germany): one of the world‘s largest events for occupational safety and health at work, and one of the world‘s largest exhibitions of workplace safety and health products. The A+A comprises the trade fair with exhibitors and their products, the safety and health venue and the 37th International Congress on Occupational Safety and Health. A+A 2021 website
The Call for Ideas and Topics
The call for ideas and topics for the 37th International A+A Congress 2021 is now open. Basi, the Federal Association for Occupational Safety and Health at Work in Germany, is calling on all interested parties to take part in the “Call for Participation”. All proposals can be easily submitted online - more information can be found here.
The A+A trade fair
At the leading international trade fair for safe and healthy work, exhibitors will present their products, innovative solutions and concepts: from personal protective equipment, through concepts for in-plant fire, environmental or other disaster control, to products and solutions for ergonomic and healthy workplace design – and much more. The corona pandemic has increased the interest in these issues and the demand for high-quality products and solutions still further.
The Meeting Point Safety & Health
The Meeting Point Safety & Health is the important link between the trade fair and the congress. At the Meeting Point Safety & Health, numerous organizations, authorities, accident insurance institutions, networks, research institutions, and also international organizations such as the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), the International Social Security Association (ISSA) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO), will be presenting their extensive range of consulting and support services. Numerous exhibitors who are members or partners of the Federal Association for Occupational Safety and Health (Basi) will be available to answer visitors‘ very specific questions on safety and health at work. These services will be supplemented by the programme of podium talks, in which solutions for topical problems in companies will be proposed.
This event is supported the by the International Section of the ISSA on Prevention in Transportation, as the main organiser, BASI, is a member of the Section.