Is workplace health and safety important to you?


By Sustainability Matters Staff
Tuesday, 08 August, 2017


If the answer is yes, you and your colleagues are encouraged to attend the inaugural SAFETYconnect event. Over 400 professionals have already signed up to attend this world-class conference and expo, to be held from 16–17 August at Rosehill Gardens, Sydney.

The conference program features local and international experts presenting papers on the latest developments in workplace health and safety, both at the corporate and industrial level. The dual-stream program includes a Mock Trial about a high-voltage incident, which is being conducted by Sparke Helmore Lawyers. A Regulator Panel, featuring regulators from Tasmania, South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, will discuss current WHS/OHS trends and what’s on the horizon.

A broad range of health, safety and wellbeing equipment and technology brands will be represented on the exhibition floor, including uvex Safety, Paramount Safety Group, Safety Mate, ENGENEOHS Alliance, Move 4 Life, WellBeing GROW, AssistEM, Signet, Verge Safety Barriers, Uneedit Supplies, Roobuck, Non-Slip Floor Solutions, Avatar Technology, SignViz, Pratt Safety Systems, Thorzt, ProChoice Safety Gear, Pro-Visual Publishing, SCRIM Safety First, Ergopack, Linq Height Safety, Vitality Works and more.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn, network and see the latest products and services on the expo floor. Free exhibition passes are available, as well as a limited number of one- and two-day conference tickets.

For full event details and ticketing options, visit www.safety-connect.com.au.

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