Revamped Workplace Health & Safety Show returns to Melbourne and Sydney

Thursday, 22 February, 2024

Revamped Workplace Health & Safety Show returns to Melbourne and Sydney

The Workplace Health & Safety Show will return for another year, with a revamped education program.

Recently acquired by Australian events and exhibitions specialist National Media, the show will feature more than 130 exhibitors, who will be showcasing the latest technology and products. Stephen Blackie, Commercial Director of National Media, said the event will give organisations the tools, knowledge, best practice, technology and equipment they need to create a healthy and safe place to work.

“We strive to deliver an event that puts Australia on the global map as innovators and world leaders in health and safety. With this in mind, our end goal is to create the best safety event in the world,” Blackie said.

Visitors to the show will be able to touch and see demonstrations of what’s new in work health and safety solutions. The show will also feature redesigned Spotlight Stages and a new Knowledge Centre, both geared up to provide a great learning experience.

“We realise that in addition to all the great reasons visitors come to a show, networking opportunities and meeting up with peers are also an important component. A signature of National Media events includes a central lounge where visitors can take a break or catch up on emails, and use the opportunity to network,” Blackie said.

The 2024 show will start in Melbourne from 22–23 May, before taking place in Sydney from 23–24 October. The 2024 Workplace Health & Safety Show will feature three theatre stages, including the new Summit Stage, where half-day summits on Worker Wellbeing and Health and Safety in Construction will take place. The new Spotlight Stage will showcase a range of products and services available to the local market, while the Knowledge Centre will provide an opportunity for visitors to explore workplace health and safety through interactive forums and talks on topics such as safety technology, injury prevention and worker wellbeing.

The complete free education program will be available soon at

The Workplace Health & Safety Melbourne Show will run alongside the AIHS National Health and Safety Conference 2024. Blackie said that the show is already over 80% allocated, with a limited number of exhibition spaces remaining.

“Get in quick to be part of this exciting industry event. Register today for your free ticket and join the community of people building the world’s safest companies,” he said.

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