The 4th International Strategy Conference on Health and Safety at Work (ISC2016) took place at the
|DGUV Academy Dresden|
|Koenigsbruecker Landstr. 2, D-01109 Dresden, Germany |
Located in north Dresden on the edge of Dresden Heath the congress centre gives you all the benefits of close proximity to both delightful countryside and the artistic and cultural jewels of the Saxon capital. You can be at the Semper Opera House in twenty minutes and check in at the airport or pull onto the motorway in just five – no rush, no fuss.
|WiFi / |
|WLAN is available for your use free of charge on the conference site. |
Login data will be published on site.
|How to get there||Using public transport|
From the main station Dresden Hauptbahnhof: Take the No 7 tram towards Weixdorf, alight at Infineon Nord and follow the signs. Cost: Around € 2,20 for a single ticket. Duration: Approx. 30 minutes
From Dresden-Neustadt: Exit the station onto Schlesischer Platz and take the No 3 tram towards Coschütz. Alight one stop later at Albertplatz. From there, take the No 7 tram towards Weixdorf, alight at Infineon Nord and follow the signs. Cost: Around € 2,20 for a single ticket. Duration: Approx. 25 minutes.
From the airport
Make your way to the bus stop (directly outside the terminal building), take the No 77 bus towards Klotzsche-Infineon and alight at the final stop. The stop is directly adjacent to the DGUV Academy Dresden. Cost: Around €2,20 for a single ticket. Duration: Approx. 10 minutes
Via the A4 (junction Dresden-Wilschdorf/Airport). After leaving the motorway turn right towards Klotzsche (Hermann-Reichelt-Straße). After approx. 1.3 km turn right at the traffic lights onto Flughafenstraße (which becomes Karl-Marx-Straße). Continue for another approx. 1.3 km and turn right onto Königsbrücker Landstraße. Continue for approx. 300 m before turning left onto the DGUV Academy site.
|Parking||On-site parking is limited. We therefore recommend that visitors use public transport to make their way here. Directions and overview of the premises can be found here.|
Access to the conference is free of charge for accompanying persons if the person they are accompanying presents a severely disabled person's pass stating the requirement for an accompanying person, and an admission ticket. The event organizers recommend that relevant information be provided on the registration form.
|Parking for people |
with disabilities and special needs
|A good number of parking spaces for people with disabilities and special needs are available.|
|Paths/entrances||The site and entrances to it are accessible by disabled persons. A sufficient number of places are provided for wheelchair users and for persons with hearing and visual impairments. Seats are also reserved for accompanying persons. Hostesses are on hand to provide assistance if needed.|
|WCs||WCs accessible by disabled users are available and are clearly signed.|
|Special assistance||Special assistance is available for persons with impaired hearing and/or vision and for blind and deaf persons in plenary sessions. If needed, personal assistance can be provided by sign-language interpreters and speech-to-text reporters. Please inform us of your needs on the registration form no later than the end of January 2016. For organizational reasons, information provided after this deadline can no longer be considered.|