Events

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Apr
3
Wed
Trucking Australia 2019
Apr 3 – Apr 5 all-day

Join the nation’s trucking operators and industry stakeholders as they tackle the big issues – together.

Apr
30
Tue
Women in Procurement & Supply Chain 2019
Apr 30 – May 2 all-day

The 5th Annual Women in Procurement & Supply Chain conference is a unique forum that is dedicated to advancing the opportunities and career track for executives across the procurement and supply chain.

This highly-popular gathering addresses specific industry challenges facing procurement stakeholders, together with timely, candid and thought-provoking insights into the future opportunities (and pain points) addressing procurement.

With a following built over several years, this event attracts strong support from women, as well as the leading male champions for change.

The event offers a platform for procurement stakeholders to share their experiences, insights, stories and best-practice innovations.

The agenda offers inspirational and innovative content, while enabling participants to come away energised, inspired, and motivated in their roles.

Over three days, you will benefit from award-winning presentations, candid panel discussions and highly-interactive roundtables.

While the agenda addresses female participation and career progression, male counterparts are warmly welcomed to join the discussion and debate involving procurement trends and opportunities.

May
22
Wed
Workplace Health & Safety Show
May 22 – May 23 all-day

The Workplace Health & Safety Show, the official trade show of #SAFETYSCAPE, promises a live, interactive two-way learning experience when it brings together the greatest minds in health and safety to Sydney’s International Convention Centre on 22-23 May, 2019.

Taking place in Sydney for the very first time, #SAFETYSCAPE is an initiative of the highly respected Safety Institute of Australia, the peak body in Australia representing OHS safety professionals. #SAFETYSCAPE is a week-long program of events, workshops, forums, seminars and conferences and an absolute must for anyone whose job involves safety.

“The Workplace Health & Safety Show champions the way forward in the health and safety world by bringing together industry leaders from all across Australia for a dynamic two day event like no other. The Workplace Health and Safety show is an excellent opportunity to share the latest in safety resources and technology, and connect with others in the industry,” said International Exhibition and Conference Group CEO, Marie Kinsella.

Led by the Safety Institute of Australia, over 100 brands will be exhibiting at the show this year including Zap Cap Safety and their watertight seal safety cap, Shamir’s range of prescription and general safety eyewear, Avery’s self-adhesive labels, binders and folders, as well as leading safety manufacturers MSA Australia and Ferno.

Software solutions will also be on show at the Workplace Health & Safety Show, led by major exhibition sponsor myosh, along with QHSE’s Skytrust, Noggin and WHS Monitor all showcasing their integrated safety management software systems.

Businesses, organisations, and manufacturers alike are encouraged to head to www.whsshow.com.au to register to be a part of the show, and put their brand on the map to professionals from a multitude of industries, including manufacturing, building and construction, mining, hospitals, transport and plenty more.

Whether you’re a business owner or manager looking for the latest and greatest in the safety industry, or just have a keen interest in staying safe in the workplace – the Workplace Health & Safety Show will have you covered.

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