October 12, 2011
Nottinghamshire, UK (RPRN) 10/12/11 — SafeCom; the UK's largest annual chemical regulatory compliance conference has launched for 2012. The conference is hosted by Safeware Quasar Ltd and is back following the success of the 2011 conference, although this time bigger and better than before.
Hazi Mistry, Managing Director of Safeware Quasar Ltd, explains that "due to the success of Safecom over the previous years and ever-increasing demand we have decided to change the conference venue to accommodate more delegates, including both Safeware and non-Safeware customers."
SafeCom 2012 will take place at St John's Hotel, Solihull and can now accommodate in excess of 200 delegates. As in previous years, the event runs over 2 days, commencing on Wednesday 7th March 2012 for a dinner event, followed by the conference on Thursday 8th March 2012. In addition, SafeCom 2012 will include an exhibition, giving delegates the opportunity to speak with key industry suppliers and learn about new and existing products and services.
With SafeCom's commitment to providing the most influentual and world-renowned key note speakers, 2012 will showcase presentations from Dr
Hazi continues "staying up-to-date with the complexities of the changes to chemical compliance has never been more critical. SafeCom offers delegates from any sector of the chemical industry an opportunity to develop their understanding of legislative changes and speak with both suppliers and influential bodies."
SafeCom are currently offering discounts for both Safeware Quasar Ltd and Non Safeware Quasar Ltd customers. The 'early-bird' offer is available for the first 50 delegates to book. If you wish to book, please click here for the booking form.
To learn more about Safecom, visit www.safecom-conferences.co.uk/2012
Tel: +44(0)115 965 1888
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