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Announcement :

Venue : Hall 4, ICCB (International Convention City Bashundhara) Next to 300 ft, Purbachal Express Hwy,

Dhaka 1229, Bangladesh

Interactions with international suppliers, manufacturers and distributors in occupational safety & health.

Meet Government officials, key association officials & thought leaders from the safety industry on this platform.

Fresh approaches and solutions on ergonomics at workplace by bringing industry experts and consultants all under one roof.

Date : 9th 10th 11th September 2020

Osh Bangladesh Conference Gearing Up For Occupational Safety & Health At Workplace

OSH Bangladesh features a power-packed one-day conference Saturday, 20th April, 2019 ICCB, Dhaka where all stakeholders to discuss occupational safety and health as a priority for companies, while reiterating the significance and business benefits of investing in the health and safety of the workforce. OSH Bangladesh will provide leadership insights and help you implement safety and productivity at work. Each session provides comprehensive information that helps meet regulations and overcome industry challenges.

You will have the opportunity to meet professionals from every industry, explore the latest trends in safety while making new contacts at the tradeshow.

Conference Agenda
OSH Bangladesh Conference
Gearing Up for Occupational Safety & Health at Workplace
Friday, 09th September, 2020
ICCB, Dhaka
10.00 - 11.15
Inaugural session
11.15 – 11.45
Tea break
11.45 – 12.10
Session 1: Keynote: ILO or DIFE
12.15 – 12:35
Session 2: Controlling the Risk to Workers’ Safety in Hazardous Working Environments (speaker session)
12.40 - 13.30
Session 3: Enforcing Guidelines Related to Occupational Safety: Key Challenges and Responsibilities (panel discussion)
    Discussion points
  • The working environment in Bangladesh is more complicated as compared to industrialised nations, with laws and legislations not properly implemented.
  • The purpose of legislation is to extend OSH coverage to all industrial sectors, spread awareness on OSH among key stakeholders, and also to include occupational health as part of primary healthcare programs.
  • Efforts need to accelerated to improve data collection and statistics on occupational health and safety incidents and also to create a safe and health environment through defined rights, duties and responsibilities to all concerned and by prioritising prevention of such incidents in future.
13.30 – 14.30
Lunch break
14.30 – 15.00
Session 4: Preventing Major Fire Incidents in Commercial Buildings (speaker session)
15.00 – 15.20
Session 5: Overview of Sustainability in Apparel Manufacturing Industry in Bangladesh (speaker session)
15.25 – 15.45
Session 6: Redefining Safety Metrics for Workers at High Rise Buildings and Construction Sites(speaker session)
15.50 -16.40
Session 7: Ensuring Safety Culture in an Organisation: The Leader’s Role (panel discussion)
    Discussion points:
  • Ensuring that workplaces are safe is a huge responsibility for employers, particularly in industries that require them to work at heights.
  • Organisations are legally obliged to conduct regular safety risk assessments to identify any occupational hazards that might be present in the workplace and take steps to alleviate them.
  • Any employee working in risky places and at hazardous places should be familiar with safety guidelines and protective equipment available to minimize risk to his life.
16.45 – 16.50
Vote of thanks
16.50 onwards
Tea and networking
Who Should Attend

Everyone who is interested and deals with workplace safety and health issues at work.

High-level government officials, high-level decision-makers in the public and private sectors
Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and labour leaders
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) professionals such as safety engineers, safety technicians
Occupational hygienists, scientists
Occupational physicians and others dealing with occupational medicine
Labour inspectors and safety and health inspectors
Instructors, trainers and teachers in the field of OSH education
Trade unions, workers and their representatives
Employers and their organisations, including human resource (HR) managers
Public and private OSH organisations
International and regional organisations
Manufacturers and importers of safety materials and safety equipment
Experts in communication and public relations; and
Media representatives and journalists.
Industry Sectors
Leather industry
Ready made Garment
Shipbuilding & ship breaking
Food processing
Why Attend
  • Meet and Learn From the Trendsetters of the safety industry
  • Learn how to implement best practices in your workplace and inspire your team
  • Networking opportunity with the industry influencers
  • Expand your safety knowledge and find solutions to the problems
  • Gain insight on current updates in safety and health industry