The ultimate safety event is coming to Melbourne on 26-29 May this year, featuring a world-class exhibition and conference all under one roof, an industry first in Australia. The inaugural Safety First conference and exhibition will be co-located alongside National Manufacturing Week and Austech, Australia’s largest and longest standing Manufacturing show as well as the SMART Supply Chain and Logistics Conference and Expo. Together the three shows are expected to attract over 13,000 visitors over the four days and host a number of educational workshops and conference sessions.
A one-stop-shop for all safety professionals, the event will feature a dedicated exhibition showcasing the latest technologies, products and services to improve safety standards and compliance and reduce safety expenditure, as well as an industry-leading conference that delivers essential information on protecting both your business and staff from safety risks.
For those looking to set up one-to-one meetings with exhibiting companies, this can be done easily online using the event’s complete online planning tool, My Event Planner which visitors can access from the safetyfirstexpo.com.au website. It allows visitors to the exhibition to send a meeting request to exhibitors directly and book meetings at the exhibition. This planning tool can be accessed at any time online where visitors can manage their meetings as well as their personalised planning list and event calendar.
The conference, presented by industry leaders, will consist of a mixture of workshops, sign up sessions and free drop in sessions covering safety best practice, upcoming legislation changes, risk and liability and practical solutions.
Tuesday 26 May
Hard Hat Facts of Safety Management (Drop in session)
Safety Leaders Skills Pro (Sign up session)
Workers Compensation – Ask the Experts (Drop in Session)
Wednesday 27 May
Safety Management in Practice (Drop in session)
Collective Occupational Health and Safety (Drop in session)
Hard hat facts for Safety Leaders (Sign up session)
Regulatory Alert (Drop in session)
Thursday 28 May
Collective Occupational Health and Safety – Workplace Bullying (Drop in session)
Safety Management in Practice – Machine level safety engineering control (Drop in session)
Safety Management: Product Compliance (Drop in session)
OHS Safety Leaders – Psychological Injury (Sign up session)
Friday 29 May
Safety Management (Drop in session)
Closing sessions (Drop in session)
View the full conference agenda on safetyfirstexpo.com.au
For more information about the event, to register or to access My Event Planner, visit safetyfirstexpo.com.au – Registrations open in February.
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Date Published: January 2015
Publication: National Safety