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Qld Safety Conference looks to the future

28-02-2011
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The Qld Safety Conference will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre this year with the theme Health and Safety – The Next Steps.

Topics include:

  • Legal – dealing with change
  • Contractor management
  • A healthy workforce is a productive workforce
  • Safety culture – creating value
  • Contract and contractor management
  • Future safety – a new direction
  • Advancing safety in Asia-Pacific

To be held from June 21-23, the Conference attracts health and safety professionals from a wide range of industries.

For more information contact: email: safetyconference@aec.net.au or 03 9654 7773.

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