ASIZ has signed a Partner Agreement with the St. Petersburg Labour Forum.

 Author Roman Obolensky 

February 27-28, 2020 the IV Forum will be held. The forum is organized by the Government of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg State University and Expo Forum-International company and supported by the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation. Its orbit includes an extensive business program and a specialized exhibition “Personnel. Control. Security».

The main feature of the St. Petersburg exhibition is that occupational safety, security and personnel specialists gather at the same venue. “KUB”s’ visitors will be able to familiarize themselves with the current achievements of leading manufacturers and suppliers of PPE, receive answers concerning quality control of a special assessment of working conditions, labor protection requirements and safety. They will have a great opportunity to learn about the best practices of OSH management systems at the enterprise. Last year, 50 companies participated in the event, the number of visitors exceeded 5.7 thousand people.

ASIZ and CUB EXPO signed a Partnership Agreement. The parties agreed to «develop a market for ensuring the safety of a working person, labor protection and increase the role of specialized training for personnel specialists» in cooperation. Forum’s business program provides for a separate area on safety and labor protection, where ASIZ will actively participate. President ASIZ Vladimir Kotov will make an introductory speech at the opening of the Forum and highlight the topic of Unified Model Standards with a Risk-Based Approach at the All-Russian Conference “Regulation in the Field of Labor Protection — Results of the Year and Planned Changes”. And ASIZ expert Sergey Frolov will make a report upon “Certification Rules for Confirming Compliance with the requirements of TR TC 019/2011“PPE Safety”. “Actual issues and changes” as part of the round table “Features of the labor safety specialists’ activities. Interaction with the employer, supervisory authorities.”