Workplace Health & Safety Show returns to Sydney


Wednesday, 28 April, 2021

Workplace Health & Safety Show returns to Sydney

The Workplace Health & Safety Show will be held at Sydney Showground at Sydney Olympic Park from 7–8 September 2021. It encompasses a free program of events and opportunities to meet new suppliers, update knowledge, join discussions and forge connections.

The Workplace Health & Safety Show is a two-day live interactive experience that brings together industry leaders and top brands for all workplace safety disciplines. Many exhibiting companies will also be launching new products and services to keep workplaces safe.

The show will feature a range of events including live demonstrations, seminars, panels, interactive forums and roundtable discussions led by industry experts. Seminar sessions will focus on modern manufacturing, health, wellbeing, manual handling, major hazards, innovation, technology advancements, new safety products, injury prevention, height safety and much more.

“The Workplace Health & Safety Show champions the way forward in the health and safety world by bringing together the latest products technology and services in health and safety,” said Marie Kinsella, CEO of the International Exhibition and Conference Group.

Over 100 companies will be exhibiting at the show in 2021, including Next World Enterprises and Flaim Systems, who will be showcasing their virtual reality learning experiences of teaching employees how to prepare for risks in a safe but realistic environment.

Joint Action will showcase wearable technology in the workplace, while MX3 presents its hydration testing system. Other exhibiting companies include Pedders, who will feature vehicle safety and risks of the mobile office, and Pathtech, showcasing on drug and alcohol testing.

The Major Exhibition Sponsor, Skytrust, will showcase new risk management platforms. There will also be an opportunity to meet with important education providers and find out the latest in safety education and training.

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