Exhibitions / Congresses

The Safety Show

Australia, Sydney Olympic Park - 13th to 15th October 2004
Australia's biggest trade show and conference dealing with occupational health and safety.

Come and see everything from safety boots and automated safety systems to drug and alcohol test equipment!

The Safety Show is sponsored by WorkCover NSW. In just its second year, the trade show has doubled in size and will showcase safety solutions for more than 250 exibitors covering 12,000m2.

Last year 6000 visitors from a wide range of industries attended and this year, numbers are expected to grow strongly.

A conference hosted by the Safety Institute of Australia runs alongside the trade show and will feature a range of expert speakers discussing the hottest issues faced by OHS professionals.
Date(s)
13th to 15th October 2004
Time(s)
10am to 5pm Wed - Thurs, 10am to 4pm Friday
Venue
The Dome, Hall 2 and Southee Complex at the Sydney Showgrounds
Ticketing
Free
Contact for booking / more info
AEC ph: ++61 3 9654 7773

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