We’re exhibiting at Contamination Expo 2017 again this year. Find out why you should be going – and why you should come and talk to us on stand C3150 about your asbestos and safety management headaches.
When and where?
The Hazardous Materials Expo 2017 is happening on 27 and 28 September at the ExCel Centre in London. Doors open at 10am. There’s more visitor info on the Expo website here. You can find a floorplan for the Expo here.
Come and talk to us at stand C3150 – you could win and iPad
We’ll be hosting a stand ready and waiting to talk to your about your asbestos and safety management headaches. We’ve got more than 20 years’ experience in the industry so no matter what your challenge, you can pretty much guarantee that we’ve been there.
We’ll be holding consultation appointments on both days and offering demos of the Assure360 – our simple app that brings health and safety innovation into the 21st century. Everyone who books a demo while they’re at Expo will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad worth £500.
Get your free copy of ‘An Asbestos Analyst’s Guide’
We’ll also be launching our new whitepaper – ‘An Asbestos Analyst’s Guide’. This free resource offers our take on the HSE’s draft new analyst guidance. It’s essential reading to help you unpick the significance of the changes coming our way. Get your free copy when you come and see us at stand C3150.
Get in touch if you’d like to book a demo of Assure360 at the Expo
Three more reasons to go to Contamination Expo 2017
- The Hazardous Materials Expo is the UK’s largest event designed to showcase the latest innovations that further the detection, management, testing and removal of hazardous materials and the protection of the environment.
- It’s completely free to go to the Contamination Expo 2017 and there are more than 120 CPD-accredited seminars by some of the most knowledgeable experts in the industry for visitors to attend.
- One of those sessions is hosted by Dr. Yvonne Waterman, the founder and president of the European Asbestos Forum Foundation (EAF), who will talking about ‘The asbestos (in) industry’. She’ll be sharing her expert view on what asbestos has meant for the development of industry in the past, present and future.
Get your free ticket to Expo here
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