The annual #SAFETYSCAPE Convention provides a platform where the entire Health & Safety community comes together to share insights and ideas.
#SAFETYSCAPE 2020, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 27-28 May, brings together a diverse program of workplace health and safety events:
- AIHS National Health & Safety Conference
- Conference Dinner
- Workplace Health & Safety Show (the Official Expo)
- Free Education Program
- Interactive Forum
- Dr Wigglesworth Memorial Lecture
- Executive Breakfast
The Australian Institute of Health & Safety invites people interested in health and safety to join us, and like-minded organisations to participate in future Conventions by hosting their own event during this week.
#SAFETYSCAPE provides an opportunity for all industries working across the wider health and safety profession to come together, exchange ideas and explore industry trends.
I've been to a lot of safety conferences over the years. This was one of the best I've been to as I walked away with practical strategies and ideas I can implement in my organisation straight away, and other ideas I can work on over time. Fantastic! Can't wait for next year's conference!
I went to the conference as a safety professional with 12 years experience with decreased motivation levels. I left the conference feeling enlightened, empowered and feel that with creative thinking I can make positive changes in my work place.
The SIA Safety Conference is a forward thinking conference, changing what a safety professional looks like. The conference turns the expected dry content on its head, invigorating all to make similar changes to safety in the workplace. Seminars allow all professions to take a dry formal in their workplace it an engaging topic, and learning strategies to bring all workers along for the ride.
Loved every bit of it.. We as safety professionals tend to work either alone, or in small teams. It was nice to meet so many fellow passionate people under one roof.