Workplace Health & Safety Show returns to Brisbane and Sydney

Friday, 24 February, 2023

Workplace Health & Safety Show returns to Brisbane and Sydney

The Workplace Health & Safety Show will return to Brisbane from 31 May–1 June 2023, before taking place from 20–21 September 2023 in Sydney. The show is a live, interactive, two-way learning experience spanning two days and showcasing the technology, ideas and practices of the safety world. The show provides an interactive space for workplace health and safety professionals to hear from industry leaders on how to best foster healthy and safe work environments.

Sam Palermo, Exhibition Director for the Workplace Health & Safety Show, said Queensland’s local industry is implementing long-term infrastructure improvements to promote growth in the region. “This was a significant factor in taking the Workplace Health & Safety Show to Brisbane for the first time. Now more than ever, Australia’s occupational health and safety (OHS) managers need to stay updated with the latest legal requirements and regulations, ensuring they follow best practice,” Palermo said.

With a confirmed list of 120 exhibitors, the Workplace Health & Safety Show will present local businesses with current workplace health and safety research, information, technology and innovative new products. The show will also offer visitors a comprehensive WHS briefing, covering everything from the prevention of major workplace hazards and personal protection guidelines to the latest in safety technology, worker health and psychological safety in the workplace.

Show attendees will also benefit from a line-up of live demonstrations, free seminars and face-to-face networking opportunities. “Since entry to the show is free, OHS managers almost can’t afford not to attend. If the success of the 2022 Show in Sydney is any indication, this year’s Brisbane Show is expected to be the industry event of the year,” Palermo said.

The show team has confirmed that limited exhibitor and speaker slots are available, providing specialists and industry experts with an opportunity to engage with visitors and present their expert solutions.

Image credit: Workplace Health & Safety Show

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