WAHA endorses #Safetyscape Workplace Health & Safety Show 2018
The Working at Height Association (WAHA) has recently thrown it support behind the #Safetyscape Workplace Health & Safety Show in Melbourne on the 23rd and 24th May, 2018 as a ‘Supporting Association Partner’. The organisation will be in attendance at the event for the primary purpose of raising the awareness of working at height issues through the conduct of a number of height safety seminars, as well as showcasing the launch of some new publications, including Industry Codes for installations of height safety systems.
The event is primarily sponsored by the Safety Institute of Australia (SIA) and IEC, however the further involvement of other safety related, professional organisations promises to ensure the event is an essential mark in the calendar for all safety professionals.
“For some time, industry has needed a single, technically-focused, conference, and trade show exhibition event that enables users to take 2 days from their year to engage in some serious professional development” said Michael Biddle, Chairman of the WAHA. “In our view, this event promises to have the potential to reﬂect an Asia-Paciﬁc equivalent of the National Safety Congress in the USA.”
A number of manufacturing organisations are intending on exhibiting separately at this event and the WAHA expects that the opportunity for many to see recent technology advancements in height safety, conﬁned space access and rescue products will be a highlight of the show.
The WAHA is a not-for-proﬁt industry association, dedicated to improving the safety standards of fall protection for all people who work at height in industrial environments. For more information, visit www.waha.org.au
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