Dates announced for Workplace Health & Safety Show 2020


Monday, 17 February, 2020


Dates announced for Workplace Health & Safety Show 2020

The Workplace Health & Safety Show will be held on 27–28 May 2020 at the Melbourne Convention Centre, and will feature a range of free seminars, interactive forums, expert panels, round table discussions and interactive demonstrations held on the show floor. Members of the workplace health and safety (WHS) community are encouraged to register to be a part of the show, as it provides an opportunity for attendees to share experiences with professionals from a range of industries, including manufacturing, building and construction, mining, hospitals, and transport.

Microsoft will showcase how AI autonomous systems and the Intelligent Edge can transform the workplace. The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry will address the imminent workplace manslaughter changes by hosting a seminar lesson on what can be learned from the British corporate manslaughter experience. Software solutions will also be on show, led by exhibition sponsor myosh, along with WHS Monitor, EMF Safety, Worksafe Guardian, and Risk Management Technologies. “It’s no secret that great safety practices are one of the cornerstones of successful business, so it’s vital for businesses to stay informed. The Workplace Health and Safety show is an excellent opportunity to share the latest in safety gear and tech, and connect with like-minded individuals across a massive range of industries,” said Marie Kinsella, International Exhibition and Conference Group CEO.

The Workplace Health & Safety Show is also a key event of #SAFETYSCAPE, a week-long program of events, workshops, forums, seminars and conferences that brings together representatives from the WHS community to share insights and ideas. Companies seeking increased brand exposure and individuals with an interest in staying safe in the workplace are also encouraged to attend the Workplace Health & Safety Show. Those interested in exhibiting products or services at the Workplace Health & Safety Show should contact Sam Palermo, Exhibition Director, on sam@iecgroup.com.au.

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