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Workplace Health & Safety Show returns to Sydney in September

02-06-2021
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The Workplace Health & Safety Show will return to Sydney in September, bringing with it trusted industry pioneers and groundbreaking newcomers who will share news on current trends, research, progressive technology, processes and products that are redefining the world of safety. It will run from Tuesday 7 to Wednesday 8 at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush.

With the support of SafeWork NSW and the Australian Institute of Health and Safety, the Workplace Health & Safety Show is Australia’s paramount workplace health and safety event. The event guarantees a live, intuitive two-way learning experience with an expo including more than 100 companies, proactive discussions and forums, driven by the industry’s best, and providing insight into everything from workplace mental wellbeing to creative new technologies and the consistently changing universe of safety laws.

‘’With an eagerness for vendors to take part in face-to-face events again, I am delighted to announce the Workplace Health & Safety Show will return to Sydney on 7-8 September in 2021,” said Marie Kinsella, CEO, International Exhibition & Conference Group.

“We are delighted to have the presence of Australia’s leading suppliers in workplace health and safety exhibiting their new products releases at the Sydney event, including major exhibition dponsor Skytrust,” said Kinsella.

The opportunity to hear from industry leaders through a personalised and interactive environment has always been key to the Workplace Health & Safety Show’s success, and the 2021 event will be no different.

“We have made sure to expand on educational presentations in this year’s interactive forums and panel discussions to cover the topics on the national agenda, such as innovation, technology, significant hazards, mental wellbeing, and injury prevention, just to name a few,” said Kinsella.

“2020 was certainly an extremely tough year for all of us. As the ripple effects from Covid-19 move through the community, there has been a significant toll on mental health,” Kinsella continued. “Keeping the same in mind, mental health as a priority at workplace will be a crucial focal point of Workplace Health & Safety Show 2021.”

The Workplace Health & Safety Show is open for all safety managers and safety officers from various industries, including manufacturing, building/construction, mining, councils/local government, hospitals, transport, and more.

This year’s event will also see the launch of the Modern Manufacturing Expo, co-located at the Workplace Health & Safety Show. The Modern Manufacturing Expo will bring together a showcase of the latest advanced products and technologies for Australian manufacturers.

Registration to attend the Workplace Health & Safety Show is free. Register online at www.whss.com.au

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