Exhibitor Demos

Exhibitor Demos

See exhibitor products and services in action. We not only encourage you to walk around and discover what’s on show but also to see it live. Exhibitors will be demonstrating interactive and innovative ways to make your workplace safer.

WEDNESDAY 23 MAY

12:00PM – 12:10PM

CPR – What Is It Good For?

Thomas Howell, National Training Manager, Premium Health

Cardiac arrest is the ultimate 000 emergency. The heart stops sending blood to the body and brain, either because it is beating too fast and too erratically, or because it has stopped beating altogether. Oxygen-starved brain cells start to die. Death occurs in minutes — unless a bystander takes matters into his or her hands and starts cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Premium Health’s National Training Manager, Thomas Howell, will provide a live demonstration of high quality CPR using an interactive Brayden manikin (with animated LED lights under the skin) and discuss the relationship between effective CPR compression depth, speed and recoil and getting adequate blood flow to the brain and other organs.


12:15PM – 12:25PM

EVA Emergency: Not Another Safety App

Javier Artal, Managing Director, Assistem Pty Ltd

Showcase of EVA Emergency, a mobile application developed to improve communication in case of emergency. During the session, the more salient features will be presented together with examples of its use and limitations. At the end, the MCEC will be used as testing site for a real emergency using phones from the audience.


12:30PM – 12:40PM

Australia’s Most Utilised Saliva Drug Test

Lisa White, Account Manager – Victoria & Tasmania, Pathtech

Join Lisa White as she demonstrates how easy it is to use the Securetec DrugWipe, Australia’s most used saliva drug test. The technology featured here is the same as used by the Police for roadside testing, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), and by numerous workplaces across a variety of industries. Combining unsurpassed accuracy, sensitivity and specificity with minimal impact on costs and workplace productivity, the DrugWipe is the present and future of workplace drug testing.


12:45PM – 12:55PM

Magnum – Technically Engineered Liquid Repellent Apparel

Glenn Lill, Managing Director, Denstock Australia – Magnum Footwear and Work Apparel

Building on their reputation as a leader in the footwear industry, Magnum has joined forces with a specialty design team to launch a new workwear clothing range featuring water repellant, hydrophobic fabric. The clothing and shoes are designed specifically to repel water and keep you dry. Join this session to see how this technology works, live!

THURSDAY 24 MAY


12:00PM – 12:10PM

Learn from the Experts – How to Use a Defibrillator

Fred Garrecht, First Aid Trainer, St John Ambulance

Knowing how to properly use a defibrillator is a matter of life and death. Learn from the experts as St John Ambulance’s First Aid Trainer demonstrates the correct method using the Phillips HeartStart HS1 defibrillator.


12:15PM – 12:25PM

How to Conduct Safety Inspections on Mobile Devices and Comply with ISO 45001

Naaman Shibi, General Manager, Techs4biz Australia

A live demonstration of how to implement electronic safety inspections into your business process. The demonstration will feature a short presentation and explanation about the importance of thorough inspection, followed by a live interactive demo using a paperless inspections software.


12:30PM – 12:40PM

Stop the Drops: The Second Highest Cause of Workplace Injury

Paul Holland, General Manager Sales, Absafe Pty Ltd

Between the years of 2010 and 2014 the highest recorded injuries second only to vehicle collision was incidents involving workers being struck by falling objects. This equates to a staggering 12 per day across multiple industries in Australia.

Absafe have been actively involved in educating and informing some of the major stakeholders across the construction, utilities and other industry sectors over the past 2 years. This presentation will provide an informative overview in their journey in addressing the problem of drop tools and present practical solutions across various industries in managing and developing a ‘Stop the Drops’ solution in your workplace.


12:45PM – 12:55PM

Real Response – Virtual Reality vs Face to Face: What’s Better for Simulation Training

Motti Blum, Co-Founder & CEO, Real First Aid

Real Response is an Australian company who provide simulation training in order to help organisations deal with the reality of emergency situations. These simulations come in the form of virtual reality, face to face and any other ways that will make the training more informational, innovative and immersive.

Real Response will compare VR with face to face, which training is right for which type of training and how the training works. There will be a virtual reality demo of a mass casualty incident (MCI) where a terrorist has rammed a bus into a hotel and the user will act as a paramedic first responder in a training simulation. Real Response will then compare that to face to face training and share some tips, advice and tricks on how to know what’s right for you.