Mumbai : Informa Markets in India, India’s leading B2B event organizer is all set to bring in South Asia’s largest occupational safety and health industry show – Occupational Health and Safety India (OSH India) along with the UK-originated Facilities Show India in their virtual formats. Scheduled for 29th July 2021, the shows have been crafted to consistently meet the needs of the occupational safety and health sector and for facilities and field service management professionals enabling them to sustain their critical business conversations and provide them with feasible solutions.
The one-day expos will bring together local and global manufacturers, suppliers, consultants, service providers and decision-makers from various OSH and facilities management verticals looking to market or procure latest products and services. Key products and services include hard hats, safety shoes, gas mask, workspace solutions, smart and security solutions, facility management solutions, workplace technology, furniture office design and space planning solutions, fire prevention, waste management, field service management, and pest control amongst others.
Speaking on the 3rd virtual edition of OSH and 2nd virtual edition of Facilities Show India, Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets in India said, “Occupational safety and health in India continues to be a tough task, especially with the current pandemic situation. Focusing on occupational safety is a priority and need of the hour, with the gradual return to the workplace in a new normal. Organisations across the globe are constantly thriving to make the most of their assets and redefining and refurbishing their workspaces to be more productive and pleasing. Similarly, new age workspaces are also mushrooming to meet the needs of the WFH employees. The OSH India and Facilities Show India virtual expos, therefore, will go a long way not only to spread awareness in focused areas but also help the industry grow by connecting the right suppliers with the corresponding buyers.”