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WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY SHOW SET TO REPEAT SUCCESS IN SYDNEY

18-09-2018
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Following the huge success of the first Workplace Health & Safety Show in Melbourne last May, work is well under way preparing for the 2019 event at the Sydney International Convention Centre.

The show, which will be on the 22nd and 23rd May 2019, will again be an integral part and the official exhibition of the festival of workplace health and safety in Australia called #Safetyscape.

It will also be the only trade show in Australia that has the full support of the Safety Institute of Australia – the official national voice of workplace health and safety.

Crucially, the show will give exhibitors access to large numbers of motivated visitors, and demand is already high for exhibition space at the event.

According to Marie Kinsella, CEO of show organiser IEC Group: “Our Melbourne show proved that face to face interaction is still the most powerful way to do business in the Australian health and safety industry, and next year’s show in Sydney will confirm this.”

Many major exhibitors have already committed to the 2019 Workplace Health & Safety Show, including myosh as the major exhibition sponsor. Partnering Associations confirmed to date include the Working at Height Association and the National Electrical & Communications Association.

Companies wishing to exhibit can contact the sales team at whssales@iecgroup.com.au or via the show website at whsshow.com.au.

 

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