Australia’s premier workplace health and safety event, Safety in Action, returns to Sydney from 9-10 October 2018 at the Sydney Showground.
Having served the industry for more than 16 years, Safety in Action is a celebration of all things OHS comprising:
- A large-scale exhibition anticipating the attendance of 3500 industry professionals
- FREE informative seminars on the exhibition floor within three Safety Zones: Major Projects, Mental Health and Wellbeing, and Innovations
- Three co-located premium conferences focusing on Safety Strategy, Leadership and Culture, and Workplace Wellness and Return to Work
Josko Kazija, Exhibition Director, Safety in Action, said, “The safety landscape is changing, and so is Safety in Action. We have evolved to include even more choices and features for our attendees, and we are confident of the positive experience they will have with us – benefiting from the quality of exhibitors and speakers sharing their innovative product/service and expertise at this two-day gathering.”
The 2018 Safety in Action Show and Conference welcomes work health and safety leaders from diverse industry sectors including government, healthcare, construction and engineering, transport, mining, utilities and more.
The exhibition will showcase 80+ exhibitors delivering the latest technology, innovative devices and management systems. Registration to the exhibition is free for trade professionals.
While the free exhibition seminars can provide visitors informative updates within the industry, the three co-located conferences will offer more in-depth analysis of key safety topics in focus:
The Safety in Action Conference – As the premier conference of the year, the Safety in Action Conference brings together safety leaders in the health and safety profession to encourage global involvement and networking across the two days.
The Workplace Wellness Conference – This year’s program will hear from industry leaders identifying strategies to enhance the mental and physical wellbeing and productivity of the Australian workforce. From state initiatives to stress management and promoting healthier lifestyles, this conference will focus on best-practice case studies in mental health and wellbeing.
The Return to Work Conference – This year’s program will look into best-practice strategies that supports employees through the process of rehabilitation and manages their return to the workplace in a timely and safe manner.
Delegates will be able to switch between the three conferences to attend the sessions that are most suited to their needs.
For more information about Safety in Action and how to register, please visit www.safetyinaction.com.au.