Brand new exhibition leads the way in Safety

Workplace Health & Safety Show 2018 Announces Dates

On 23-24 May 2018, the greatest minds in health and safety, from multiple sectors across Australia will converge on Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre for the Workplace Health & Safety Show 2018, a brand new event showcasing the cutting edge of the safety world.

Businesses, organisations, and manufacturers alike are encouraged to head to 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.

The Workplace Health & Safety Show will take place as a key event for the inaugural #SAFETYSCAPE. An initiative of the highly respected Safety Institute of Australia, the peak body in Australia representing OHS safety professionals, #SAFETYSCAPE is a new week-long program of events, workshops, forums, seminars and conferences. An absolute must for anyone whose job involves safety, #SAFETYSCAPE will bring together the biggest and brightest minds from the health and safety community to share crucial insights and ideas.

“It’s no secret that great safety practices are one of the cornerstones of successful business, so it’s vital for businesses to stay informed. The Workplace Health and Safety show is an excellent opportunity to share the latest in safety gear and tech, and connect with like-minded individuals across a massive range of industries,” said International Exhibition and Conference Group CEO, Marie Kinsella.

This year, attendees to the Workplace Health and Safety Show can test out Martor Australia’s cutting-edge range of safety knives, as well as Australian Security Technology’s innovative electronic key cabinet solutions. Workplaces on the hunt for storage solutions should look no further than Visiplas’ sturdy rack guards and bins, which will also be on display at the show, while Cirlock’s range of Australian-made locks have you secured for all lockout equipment for energy sources.

Stand out from the sea of high-vis with Custom Made Work Wear’s unique uniform options, learn more about Swinburne Centre for Occupational Health and Safety’s comprehensive courses, and be sure not to miss Australian Safety Wholesalers’ impressive range of safety essentials, including everything from respirators to boots.

Whether you’re a company looking to get your brand out there, an attendee 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.

Sign up to exhibit your product or service at the Workplace Health & Safety Show 2018 HERE.

What:   Workplace Health & Safety Show

When:  Tuesday 23 May 2018 – Wednesday 24 May 2018

Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006




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Editor’s Notes:


An exciting addition to the safety industry event landscape, the Workplace Health & Safety Show is the official exhibition of the #SAFETYSCAPE Convention, a week-long program of events, workshops, forums, seminars and conferences.

The Workplace Health & Safety Show is a must attend event for all safety professionals from a range of industries including manufacturing, building/construction, mining, councils/locals government, hospitals, transport and more. We make it easy and efficient for these professionals to have the broadest range of offerings under the one roof where they can compare, buy and stay updated on the latest policies.


#SAFETYSCAPE aims to put safety into context within the broader industrial landscape; it provides a destination where safety related ideas and insights can be shared and made relevant to an audience beyond the health and safety community. It’s a place where the thinkers and the doers – from all corners of industry – can connect, collaborate and innovate. It provides a range of flow- on benefits, including building economy of scale, and cross- fertilising ideas. It also provides opportunities for joint activities between