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Safety in Action - Perth
Perth, Australia - 1st to 2nd June 2016
Seminar / workshop

Industry professionals from Workplace Health & Safety (WHS), manufacturing, engineering, transport, mining, government and the corporate sectors will gather in Perth on 1 ? 2 June 2016 for Safety in Action. Staged at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, the workplace safety event will feature a comprehensive seminar program and 100 exhibitors under one roof, all focused on how to make employee safety a key priority.

The Safety in Action exhibition will shine the spotlight on employee health and safety, and educate organisations on a range of ways to create a healthier and safer workplace ? from introducing mental health programs to investing in the latest safety developments and equipment, says Keith Barks, General Manager at Informa Australia, organisers of the event.

Mental health and workplace wellness will be a key focus of the Seminar Series, following the high demand for this content at last year?s national event.  Presented by leading industry experts, the Seminar Series will be a pivotal part of the 2 day event, and full details will be released shortly.

1st to 2nd June 2016

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre,

Contact for booking / more info:
Janete Sampaio and Sophie Dowling - Double Edge PR Tel: +61 2 9957 1352 Email:

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