The Workplace Health & Safety Show is just around the corner! Over two jam-packed days (22-23 May) the greatest minds in health and safety will converge on Sydney’s International Convention Centre for a live, interactive, two-way learning experience.
With a staked program of FREE thought-provoking talks, interactive forums, round table discussions, and a trade show of over 100 top brands, The Workplace Health and Safety Show promises to shed light on everything from workplace mental health, to game-changing new technologies, and the dizzying world of ever-changing safety regulations.
The Workplace Health and Safety Show is free to attend, all you have to do is register online at www.whsshow.com.au
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World leading health and safety brands
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.
There’s also an opportunity to meet with important education providers and find out the latest in safety education and training. St John Ambulance will be on hand doing CPR and defibrillator demonstrations and a CPR Challenge. Australian Catholic University will be providing useful information on their graduate diploma and master of OHSEM, a fully online course through Open Universities Australia. Finally, Hero HQ will be on hand to discuss their innovative and holistic approach to safety training, which includes VR technology that places the learner in a real life first aid emergency situation where they have to give the appropriate response.
FREE EDUCATION PROGRAM SEMINARS
The Free Education Program is divided into two streams: Talking Health, tackling the most pressing physical and mental health issues today; and the Talking Safety, exploring the cutting edge of safety solutions offered by the hottest new innovations and technologies.
Talking Health covers topics like 7 Ways to Manage Workplace Stress & Anxiety, The Value Of A Healthy Workplace & How To Support Staff Around A Healthy Weight and Looking After Your Employees – Men’s Health and Wellbeing.
Talking Safety covers everything from Using Software & Mobile Technology To Manage & Improve Work Safety, and Online Workplace Inductions, to The Current Position On Industrial Manslaughter.
INTERACTIVE FORUM PROGRAM
The Interactive Forum consists of a series of free forums exploring some of the hottest topics in OH&S for 2019. These events offer the perfect opportunity to learn, discuss and collaborate about relevant and sometimes taboo issues in the workplace.
The four engaging forums include:
The First 48 Hours After Tragedy Strikes: Fortunately, few workplaces know what to expect in the event of a fatality. In this safe forum, hear and learn from those who must deal with tragedy at the workplace.
When An Employee Becomes Mentally Ill: A Manager’s Guide: Workplaces have a critical role in the recovery of a mentally ill employee. Hear from NSW’s leading experts on how to deal with the often very delicate issues surrounding mental health in the workplace.
A Round Table of WHS Heroes: The Hero Round Table is a worldwide event series that inspires and instructs people to do extraordinary things. Hear how any workplace can develop a culture where nobody is afraid to be an up-stander for WHS
Contractor Management – Since Baiada – An Update: Hear an informative and practical session looking at the latest law in respect of general contractor management and safety. Also understand the planned HVNL reforms and the impact of the 2018 changes to the HVNL on the transport industry.
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS
With a range of topics common across industries, the series of Round Table Discussions are being held across the two day event on the show floor and run as 20 minute topic centred discussions.
Topics in the Round Table Discussions include: issues with employee drug testing in-house; increasing staff engagement while driving a safety cultural change across the company; removing human factors from incidents; and insights into safer driving for work
The Workplace Health & Safety Show takes place as a part of #SAFETYSCAPE which is an initiative of the highly respected Safety Institute of Australia, the peak body in Australia representing OHS safety professionals. #SAFETYSCAPE is coming to Sydney for the very first time and is a week-long program of events, workshops, forums, seminars and conferences and an absolute must for anyone whose job involves safety.
What: Workplace Health & Safety Show
When: Wednesday 22 May & Thursday 23 May 2019
Where: International Convention Centre Sydney – 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW, 2000