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Join the private sector led and owned Ghana Extractive Industry Safety Conference 2017,. The practical and business-focused conference will concentrate on the extractive industry and all ancillary businesses. It will provide a forum for private-sector companies, both local and international, to share experiences, knowledge, innovations and plans on occupational health and safety, environment standards and quality

Support the forum for discussing global occupational Health and Safety in Ghana’s oil, gas and mining industries. This presents and creates an unprecedented opportunity for leveraging the higher standards of OHS in the extractive industry thereby stimulating economic growth and development in the Sub-region.


Discuss  opportunities for private investment across the entire value chain in the industry, especially in upstream exploration and production (estimated $50 billion in investment is needed to explore reserves). The Petroleum Commission of Ghana will give an overview of the industry and also indicate Government’s direction and priority in the industry.


Be part of developing and promoting training, workforce development and competency management for Ghana’s Oil, Gas and Mining Industries. Contractor Safety management is at the core of this.


Assess  health and safety issues and their impact on emerging economies as a focal point. This will lead to improving the regulatory environment for OHS in the extractive industry


Get direct access to key industry insiders on the opportunities, challenges, and technologies associated with Ghana's oil & gas and mining future with regards to OHS & Q and is fully supported and endorsed by all the major players: Petroleum Commission, Minerals Commission, Ghana Gas Company, and Ministry of Energy and Petroleum Affairs.


Strengthen the image of your company in OHS culture in Ghana and enhance your brand awareness. GEISCon is a trusted brand – helping companies to establish or expand their presence in Ghana in the Communities where the extractive industry operates.