Middle East Operations off to a Flying Start at Intersec
Known as the leading trading platform and networking event for security and safety professionals in the Middle East, Intersec 2013 featured 990 exhibitors from 54 countries.
Together with trusted partners RoSPA, Astutis used the event to as an official launch for operations in the Middle East and were pleased with the interest generated by the schedule of NEBOSH and IOSH courses running from our locations in Dubai and Doha.
The Astutis Stand was manned by Martin Eagleton, Head of International Operations at RoPSA, Adam Cooper, Account Manager at Astutis and Melissa Lovell, Manual Handling Specialist at RoSPA.
Pictured: L-R: Lee Jennings, VP (Middle East) at the Welsh Government with Adam Cooper of Astutis. Martin Eagleton answers a few questions.
Adam said: “I was delighted to speak with so many like-minded Health and Safety professionals at this year’s event. With the surge in tourism to the area, the upcoming world cup in 2022 and major projects in the Construction, Oil and Gas and Aviation sectors, HS&E requirements in the region have never been greater. The reaction to our market leading (taught and e-learning) courses was superb and we are very pleased to be doing business with so many new clients in the region.
The stand was certainly very busy this year with new and existing clients alike and we would like to thank all who stopped by for a chat about our services. We look forward to working with you in 2013.
We would also like to congratulate the lucky winners of our online learning prize-draw:
- Muhammad Kamran S. Arifin of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) who won the IOSH Working Safely course;
- Othmam Al Mousa of Saudi Aramco who scooped the NEBOSH IGC; and
- Eng. Abduhadi Salem Al Hajeri of Al Ain Distribution Company who picked up the IOSH Managing Safely e-learning course.
We hope you enjoy your courses and wish you luck in your studies!