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The popular mining, industrial and power generation exhibition, Electra Mining, will be held in Botswana from 10-12 September. In its fourth year, Electra Mining Botswana is endorsed by the Botswana Chamber of Mines, the Botswana Institution of Engineers (BIE), and the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC). 

Electra Mining Botswana gets extra OHS expo

Taking place at the Gaborone Fairgrounds, this will be an all-encompassing event showcasing the latest technologies, machinery, products and solutions related to mining, industrial and power generation, as well as all things associated with occupational health and safety. Occupational health and safety (OSH) is taking on increasing importance in the workplace and is an emerging market sector in Botswana. There is a growing need for occupational health and safety training, as well as the range of products and services that support this.

In addition to new products and live demonstrations, a full programme of free-to-attend seminars will also take place. Focusing on empowerment and the importance of fostering women’s participation in industry, a segment of the seminar series will be aimed at equipping women with the practical knowledge needed to aid their work within the respective industries. It will include motivational and life journey testimonials from established leading women in the industries concerned.

“With its local and international participants and leading brands on show, Electra Mining Botswana and A-OSH Botswana Expo will be of benefit to exhibitors who want to expand their footprint in Botswana and also to visitors who want to source the latest products and services, and to learn about new technologies and solutions,” says says Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery portfolio director, Charlene Hefer.

“The seminars will provide an excellent learning opportunity for exhibitors and visitors at the show. Speakers will be addressing a variety of topics pertinent to both industries, and will add value with their knowledge and expertise.”

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