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The Safety Show Sydney
Sydney, Australia - 27-29 October 2008
Exhibition / trade show

Sponsored by WorkCover (NSW), THE SAFETY SHOW SYDNEY is NSW's only dedicated Workplace Health and Safety Trade Show.  

The event attracted over 10,000 health and safety professionals from a broad range of industry sectors, including manufacturing, building/construction, government, emergency services, transport/freight and many more.

Key industry manufacturers, wholesalers and suppliers displayed the latest in workplace health, safety and manual handling solutions over the 3 days.

27-29 October 2008

Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park (formerly Homebush)

Contact for booking / more info:
Australian Exhibitions & Conferences Pty Ltd Level 2, 267 Collins Street Melbourne, VIC 3000 Postal Address PO Box 82 Flinders Lane Melbourne, VIC 8009 Tel 03 9654 7773 Fax 03 9654 5596 Email

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