New Chinese access show and conference

By Maria Hadlow24 February 2011

The Occupational Safety and Health Association of China and its working at height division are putting on CAWPE2011, an aerial working exhibition and conference, in Shanghai from June 7, 2011 to June 9.

The Chinese International Conference of aerial working will cover planning working at height and information about aerial work equipment and technologies. During the conference leading professionals from the Chinese Occupational Safety and Health Association and Association of Aerial Work and from the National Labour Protective Equipment Quality Supervisio and Inspection Centre will speak. Also presentations will be given by leading aerial technology and equipment companies at home and abroad.

The organisers said, "Aerial working machines are widespread in many industries and in a very important applications, such as in the areas of construction, electricity, mining, municipal, energy, roads, bridges, railways, petroleum, chemical industry, logistics, metallurgy, telecommunications and high-altitude services.

"Thanks to the bold innovation attempts in structure and mechanism, the profile and competitiveness of domestic high-altitude platform enterprises is growing. The marketability is improving, and diversified modes of operation have continuously increased the market turnover.

In order to promote the exchanges and cooperation among aerial working industries, and promote industry norms, the Occupational Safety and Health Association of China and its working at height division are organising CAWPE2011."

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