Exhibitions / Congresses

The Safety Show, Sydney Materials Handling & Bulkex

Australia, Sydney, NSW - 25 - 27 October 2011
Visitors are offered an unparalleled opportunity to keep up-to-date with new developments in OHS from the broad range of specialist exhibitors at The Safety Show.

This unique opportunity to find the latest OHS products all under-one-roof, along with hundreds of new and innovative ways to improve your workplace performance is all at The Safety Show, from the 25 to 27 October 2011 at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park.

Visitors also have the chance to see the latest in safety and materials handling solutions at the Live Demonstration Stage, including case studies, hands-on demonstrations and practical workshops.
Date(s)
25 - 27 October 2011
Venue
Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park
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