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BIGGEST NAMES IN SAFETY INDUSTRY HEAD TO SYDNEY FOR WH&S SHOW

06-02-2019
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After a hugely successful inaugural event last year in Melbourne, the Workplace Health & Safety Show is heading to Sydney’s International Convention Centre on 22nd and 23rd May 2019.

The official trade show of #Safetyscape, the Workplace Health & Safety Show is a two-day live interactive experience that brings together industry leaders and top brands for all workplace safety disciplines.

“The Workplace Health & Safety Show champions the way forward in the health and safety world by bringing together the greatest minds in health and safety,” says International Exhibition and Conference Group CEO, Marie Kinsella. “We’re really excited to be able to come to Sydney for the first time and give the respected brands and services the opportunity to get in front of huge crowds.”

More than 100 brands will be exhibiting at the show this year including Zap Cap Safety with its watertight seal safety cap, Shamir’s range of prescription and general safety eyewear, Avery’s self-adhesive labels, binders and folders, as well as leading safety manufacturers MSA Australia and Ferno.

Software solutions will also be on show at the Workplace Health & Safety Show, led by major exhibition sponsor myosh, along with QHSE’s Skytrust, Noggin and WHS Monitor all showcasing their integrated safety management software systems.

There will also be an opportunity to meet with important education providers and find out the latest in safety education and training. St John Ambulance will be on hand with CPR and defibrillator demonstrations and a CPR challenge.

The Australian Catholic University will be providing useful information on its graduate diploma and master of OHSEM, a fully online course through Open Universities Australia. And, Hero HQ will be on hand to discuss its innovative and holistic approach to safety training, which includes VR technology that places the learner in a real life first aid emergency situation where they have to give the appropriate response.

The Workplace Health & Safety Show takes place as a part of #Safetyscape which is an initiative of the highly respected Safety Institute of Australia, the peak body in Australia representing OHS safety professionals. #Safetyscape is coming to Sydney for the very first time and is a week-long programme of events, workshops, forums, seminars and conferences and an absolute must for anyone whose job involves safety.

Workplace Health & Safety Show
www.whsshow.com.au

 

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