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WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY SHOW HEADS TO SYDNEY

25-03-2019
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After a hugely successful first showing last year in Melbourne, the Workplace Health & Safety Show will head to Sydney’s International Convention Centre on the 22nd and 23rd of May 2019.

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

More than 100 brands will be exhibiting at the show this year covering all aspects of health and safety from personal protective equipment to facilities safety and management software.

Key education providers will be on hand to explain the latest in safety training, including St John Ambulance defibrillator demonstrations and a CPR challenge.

Once again, the show will feature a free-to-attend educational programme, with two concurrent health and safety streams addressing key topics from mental health in the workplace to industrial manslaughter. And a further series of free open forums will explore some of the hottest topics in OH&S for 2019.

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

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