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Safety Show Sydney opens next week

31-08-2010
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Safety Show Sydney opens next week

More than 150 exhibitors will demonstrate the latest products and technology at the Safety Show Sydney which opens next week.

The three-day event, to be held at the Sydney Showground from September 3-5, will also feature free seminars with presentations by industry safety experts.

Sam Palermo, Exhibition Manager from organizers Informa Exhibitions Australia, says a highlight of this year’s show will be WorkCover NSW’s exhibition and interactive workshops.

“This will be WorkCover NSW’s 11th consecutive show as an exhibitor, marking their commitment to the event and the safety of Australia’s workers,” Mr Palermo said.

Also, exhibitors from around the country will be displaying a comprehensive range of the latest safety-related products and services.

“Industry professionals will be able to speak directly to producers of safety products and resources and build relationships for future business engagements,” said Mr Palermo.

NSW Minister for Finance and Services Andrew Constance will be special guest at the Conference on Day One to outline the State Government’s vision for WHS in the years ahead.

The seminars will cover a wide range of topics including how technology is changing the way we undertake onsite safety, emergency planning, contractor management, OHS program planning and funding, personal protective equipment industry updates and an overview of the latest legislation that will affect your company.

Speakers include Carl Sachs, Managing Director at Workplace Access & Safety, Adrienne Strachan, Senior Consultant at NSCA: National Safety Council Australia, Richard Gregory, Managing Director, Navace and Richard Donarski, Team Leader – Health & Safety Product Services at SAI Global – Assurance Services, Michael Tooma a partner with law firm Norton Rose Fulbright and Cristian Sylvestre, Managing Director of Safe Start.

Visitors can also attend The Advanced Logistics and Materials Handling show, to be held in conjunction with The Safety Show Sydney.

This show is ideal for visitors wanting supply chain specialist information on the packing, moving, storing, tracking and delivering industries.

To register or for more information, go to: http://www.thesafetyshow.com.au/ or call the visitor hotline on 1300 656 184.

You can also keep up to date with the show on Twitter by following @thesafetyshow #safetyshow

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