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Thursday, 4 Jul 2019 ( #930 )
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For over 20 years, Safety in Action has been the meeting place for the Australian health and safety industry.

Thousands of safety professionals across the industry have visited Safety in Action to discover new solutions to help them achieve their goals in creating safer workplaces.


Safety in Action returns to Melbourne in 2019 to deliver an inspiring event enabling professionals to network with peers, explore the latest trends and developments and source the latest innovative products & services. A must-attend for every WHS professional. Attendance to the trade show is free for bonafide trade visitors.

Don't miss the 3 conference streams, seminars and exhibition - register now at www.safetyinaction.net.au.

Safety in Action Show & Conference
10-11 September 2019
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
www.safetyinaction.net.au


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