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Spotlight on workplace safety in Brisbane

31-08-2010
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Nearly 150 exhibitors will showcase the latest workplace safety solutions at the Queensland Safety Show in Brisbane next month.

To be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from June 18-20, the show will feature the latest technology aimed at keeping Australian workers safe.

The Show offers an outstanding opportunity to network with peers, safety experts and solution providers.

Visitors can gain cutting-edge knowledge on the latest safety trends and technologies.

The Show will feature a series of free and incisive seminars with leading safety experts from around Australia.

The show incorporates an Advanced Logistics and Materials Handling show with supply chain specialist information on the packing, moving, storing, tracking and delivering industries.

These shows will run in conjunction with CleanScene: The National Cleaning & Hygiene Expo.

Exhibitors at CleanScene will showcase the latest and best cleaning equipment and supplies.

To register or for more information, visit: www.qldsafetyshow.com.au/ or call the visitor hotline on 1300 656 184. 

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