Conference

BUILDING A SAFETY CULTURE FROM THE GROUND UP

Get access to essential information on protecting both your business and staff from safety risks. Presented by industry leaders, it features a mixture of workshops and drop in sessions covering safety best practice, upcoming legislation changes, risk and liability and practical solutions.

The Safety First Conference is a free-to-attend industry-leading conference that will deliver essential information for business owners and managers wanting to protect their business from risk, and their people from workplace safety hazards.

Safety First Conference & Expo offers something for everyone with an interest in safety in industries such as:

  • Manufacturing
  • Mining and Resources
  • Infrastructure, Building, Construction
  • Engineering, Technology and Research
  • Transport, Distribution, Logistics, Materials Handling, Warehousing
  • Bulk Handling
  • Energy Generation, Distribution and Transmission

 

CALL FOR SPEAKERS

The Safety First Conference is the one place for the safety community to come together to be inspired, innovate and connect with one another over three days. Returning to Sydney on the 9-11 May 2018, we are looking for speakers in the industrial and heavy industries sectors to participate in our Safety First theatre across a number of different session themes including, OHS, Safety Leadership and Safety Management.

If you are interested in delivering a presentation, please submit a short abstract and title on the nature of your talk along with details of the proposed speaker. Submission close on the 4th January 2018 with speakers to be contacted by the 28th of January 2018.

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT HERE

QUESTIONS?

Our customer service team is always here to help so please feel free to get in touch for any assistance you may need.
Customer Service Team
Phone: 02 9422 2955
Email: nmw@reedexhibitions.com.au

OPENING TIMES
Wed 9 May Exhibition 10am - 6pm
Thur 10 May Exhibition 10am - 6pm
Fri 11 May Exhibition 10am - 4pm

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