ISRS 2020 SCOPE
OHS / ENVIRONMENT
OHS / ENVIRONMENT
The International Steel Rolling Symposium and Exhibition will address topics such as innovative approaches in facilities in line with the target of “Zero Occupational and Process Accidents,” 5S, Kaizen, Informed/Spot Safety Tours, Management Support, Drills, Risk Assessments, Reduction and Management of Wastes, Emission-Reducing Applications, Emission Measurement Technologies, etc., and we kindly invite you to submit your abstracts/papers on such topics.
Employee Health and Safety
As is known, rolling mills are classified as very hazardous with respect to employee health and safety (EHS). Engineering measures should be taken as top priority, and simultaneous activities should be performed on employee behavior in order to prevent accidents and occupational diseases in businesses. As such, all businesses place their efforts on making employee health and safety “an essential component of their corporate culture,” placing ever increasing focus on creating a safety culture and allocating more time and resource on relevant solutions. The ISO45001 approach of executing the system by centralizing leadership and employee participation within the organization is very supportive in such context. The International Steel Rolling Symposium and Exhibition assumes the mission to provide an important platform for conveying your studies on such topics. We kindly invite you to submit your abstracts/papers on Employee Health and Safety to enable you to share your studies with participants from the sector, convey the challenges you have faced throughout your journey, focus on the positive aspects and collaboratively discuss what needs to be improved.