About The Russian Labour Safety Week
The Russian Labour Safety Week 2021 will be held on 6–9 September 2021 in Sochi, Russia. The regular venue for the event is Sirius Park of Science and Art.
The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation will be organizing the event. The Russian Labour Safety Week Organizing Committee is headed by Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova.
The Roscongress Foundation is acting as the operator of the Russian Labour Safety Week.
The event aims to create a unified, global business communication platform for building dialogue between businesses and the government on improving legislation related to occupational health and safety (OHS).
The Week will showcase Russian OHS developments related to industry and the environment and will feature events for exchanging experiences, discussing the OHS management systems used throughout the economy, and expanding international cooperation.
- Over 200 students from the professional departments of 40 leading universities
- 30 cases from leading businesses
- Discussions with Russian and international experts
Benefits of participation
Attending the Week grants you the opportunity to:
- Take part in discussions on topical OHS issues with heads of related agencies
- Find new partners and enter new sales markets
- Hold business negotiations and find reliable contractors
- See presentations of new ideas and exchange experiences with colleagues
History of the Russian Labour Safety Week
The Russian Labour Safety Week has been held since 2015 and has become a major occupational health and safety (OHS) event in Russia and abroad. The Russian Labour Safety Week was established by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 11 December 2015, No. 1346 (link in Russian).
Over 10,000 people took part in the Russian Labour Safety Week 2019, including officials from Russian agencies, OHS leaders, international experts, heads of major Russian and international corporations, and representatives of labour unions and social organizations.
That year, the event marked the centennial of the International Labour Organization (ILO), which brings together governments, employers and workers of 187 member states.
The main programme included over 110 events across various formats, including plenary sessions, panel sessions, roundtables, lectures, industry specialist meetings, etc. Over 400 speakers took part in the Week’s business programme. The trade exhibition showcased 150 companies from 19 countries.