The countdown to Melbourne is on

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Wednesday, 24 April, 2024

The countdown to Melbourne is on

The countdown to the Melbourne Workplace Health and Safety Show is on. On 22 May 2024, thousands of company executives, managers, safety officers and contractors will convene at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre for this two-day OHS event.

At this year’s show, attendees will be able to source solutions to their OHS challenges, with over 160 brands showcasing the latest in health, safety and wellbeing products, services and solutions. The show is an unmissable occupational safety and wellbeing masterclass, with 40 hours of free educational content delivered by over 70 industry leaders and subject matter experts presented over three stages.

The debut of new Summit Stage conferences

New in 2024, attendees will now be able to choose from three summits — each dedicated to a pertinent topic:

  • The Workplace Wellbeing Summit explores psychosocial risks and legislation, providing practical guidelines on the implementation of wellbeing programs that enable the management of mental wellness.
  • The Construction Health and Safety Summit examines the latest construction-specific safety risks, strategies and tools.
  • The Safety Leadership and Culture Summit explores how leadership and company culture contribute to enhanced safety outcomes. Experts will share hands-on strategies to create a safer workplace.

Getting to the core of safety best practices

Alongside the new Summit Stage program, the show also offers the Knowledge Hub, which brings together industry experts to discuss workplace health and safety in a series of interactive forums and seminars.

Putting key solutions in the spotlight

Rounding out the Workplace Health and Safety Show line-up is the exhibitor-led Spotlight Stage, which assembles some of Australia’s most impressive solutions providers. These organisations will be showcasing an extensive array of services and products designed to bolster workplace safety and wellbeing.

Register for your FREE pass at and join the event on 22–23 May at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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