Login with Machines4u Google account

Loading Events

« All Events

Safety in Action Melbourne Show & Safety Conference

September 5 @ 8:00 AM - September 6 @ 5:00 PM

Free (conditional)
Safety innovations from previous Safety in Action events include the Evac Chair

There’s just no way to overlook safety. The Safety in Action exhibitions recognize this, and provide an arena for thousands of convening OH&S Professionals to come together and work towards safer workplaces. The series has serviced the Australian industries for the past 18 years, and will continue to reach for accident free worksites by educating and engaging trade industries.

Visitors

Safety in Action was once a one-dimensional trade exhibition, lethargically piecing together exhibitors and attracting mostly local OH&S officials and field professionals. The Expo has grown from its former narrowness, now impacting the industry through seminars with speeches from top safety experts, Q&A sessions and the incorporation of innovative products and services to achieve a more national audience.

The show is now able to provide information for safety operators, HR staff, construction teams, engineers and managers. The two day summit also encourages interactive networking and presents learning opportunities by a mutual trade of safety ideas between visitors from different occupational backgrounds.

The floor plan for the event has already reach 120 exhibitors, many of which will be displaying innovative and refined technology that could potentially shape the future of worksite safety within Australia. The event will be attached in part to the Safety Conference, which presents another opportunity for delegates to network and discuss projects or concepts. Over its previous two years, the conference has attracted as many as 700 attendees to hear from thought-leaders and industry leaders.

Exhibitors

The Safety in Action event in Melbourne is the leading health & safety show within the nation. Providing a think-tank for thousands of safety professionals from alternative industries to come together and work  towards their goals. Previous events have ran surveys to reveal a large contingency of Victorians attend the trade show, over 72% have had a good time during their visit, more than half were their to find a new product or service and that the largest percent of attendees were from the construction industry.

If you want to #jointheconversation, register at the Show’s exhibit page or call +61 (02) 9080 4143 for more information.

Tickets

From the event’s site: Safety in Action is trade only event and is free to attend, as long as you are a bona fide member of the health and safety industries and over the age of 16.

Some examples of who should attend are:

Health & Safety Managers, CEO’s, Directors, Owners, Purchasing Officers, Project Managers, Production Managers, Site Managers, Risk Managers, Maintenance/Operations Managers, Training Mangers, Warehouse Managers, Logistic and Transport Specialists, Construction and Manufacturing Workers, Foremen, Site Inspectors, Building Managers and Government Agencies.

Business ID may be required upon entry eg. Business card, letterhead, payslip or company documentation containing your company ABN (this could be a company bill, company order, company registration certificate). You may also be asked for personal identification such as a drivers licence to substantiate your identification. All visitors must be able to provide proof they either work or operate the company used in registration.

Those not involved in the health & safety industry will not be admitted.

All visitors must register and present their E-ticket for condition of entry. Visit http://www.safetyinaction.net.au/safety-show/melbourne/visitor-faq/ to register for a ticket.

How To Get There

From the event’s site:

CAR PARKING

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

1060 undercover parking spaces managed by Wilsons Parking.
Enter off Normanby Road
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week

MEC car parking rates

Crown Casino

Multi-Level Car Park – 4000 parking spaces.
Entrances off Haig Street (off Clarendon Street), Clarke Street (off City Road), and off Kings Way (city bound)
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week

Basement Car Park – 1000 parking spaces
Entrances off Southbank Boulevard, King Street (city outbound), and off Kings Way (city bound)
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week

Crown Casino car parking rates

TRAMS

There is a tram stop at the entrance to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Tram Nos. 112, 96, 109 travel along Clarendon Street from South Melbourne, Port Melbourne and St Kilda and service the CBD via Collins and Bourke Streets.

Trams run every 6-8 minutes during peak times, 7.00am – 9.00am and 4.00pm – 6.00pm and every 10-12 minutes between 9.00am and 4.00pm.

TRAINS

Southern Cross Station (formerly Spencer Street Station) is just a short stroll from the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Public transport timetables

TAXIS

Taxi ranks are located at the doors to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre as well as all major hotels, Crown Entertainment Complex (across the road from the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre) and Southern Cross (formerly Spencer Street Station) and Flinders Street Stations.

To book a Taxi call Yellow Cabs on 131 924

AIRLINES

Contact the airline of your choice:

Qantas
Virgin Australia
Jetstar
13 13 13
13 67 89
131 538
qantas.com.au
virginaustralia.com
jetstar.com.au

Details

Start:
September 5 @ 8:00 AM
End:
September 6 @ 5:00 PM
Cost:
Free (conditional)
Event Category:
Event Tags:
, , , ,
Website:
http://www.safetyinaction.net.au

Venue

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006 Australia + Google Map

Other

Event Type
Conferences, Industry Expos

Send this to friend