2 dedicated sectors for an extensive offer


Workplace well-being, QWL, premises design, ergonomics, e-health, hygiene, mobility and road safety, crisis management, etc.


PPE dispensers, noise protection, protection and hygiene of the hand, head, eyes, feet, working at heights, etc.


20 000

professional visitors

78 %

are decision-makers

48 %

are intermediaries or suppliers

52 %

are end-users

Partners of the sector

Expoprotection is a must in the field of prevention and Anact is pleased to be there alongside other institutional players in the field of prevention to meet company prevention officers as well as consultants and organizations that support companies in this field.

French National Agency for the Improvement of Working Conditions

Having a trade show that brings together professionals in the sector allows you to keep up to date with new developments, whether technical or organizational. Expoprotection is a real meeting and exchange place between professionals and their customers.

Federation of actors in prevention

News from the OHS market - Infoprotection

The office of the future will evolve to better appeal to teleworkers.

Renaud Derbin (Synamap): "For the moment, our members have done rather well from the situation due to Covid-19".

Édouard Robin (Anact): "Telework improves working conditions".

Any questions? We're here to help!

Florian Lafitte

Sales Manager

Occupational and Industrial Risks

Tel. : +33 (0)1 47 56 50 11

Marta Kostetska

Sales Representative

Workwear, components and accessories and hand protection

Tel. : +33 (0)1 47 56 21 27

Focus on the OHS market

Regulated by the French Labor Code, safety at work is standardized and controlled. However, there are still a significant number of deaths, with 500 deaths per year at work and 626,227 accidents at work in 2016. However, these accidents at work do not take into account the growing number of occupational diseases and the psychosocial risks that are becoming more and more widespread.  Raising employee awareness is therefore becoming a crucial issue for successful risk prevention and improved safety at work. The creation of a single professional assessment document has almost become a must. Some sectors are taking more action than others, such as the construction industry. But once the risks have been assessed, the action plan remains to be implemented. Among the recurring problems faced by company managers and occupational health and safety (OHS) managers, employee commitment is often highlighted. Other areas can be exploited, such as social dialogue and quality of life at work. 


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