Discover the Future of Safety at the Workplace Health & Safety Expo in Sydney

Workplace Safety at the Workplace Health & Safety Expo in Sydney - PRYME AUSTRALIA-min

Are you ready to revolutionise your approach to workplace safety? Look no further than the upcoming Workplace Health & Safety Show Sydney 2023 this September 20-21 – The ultimate destination for safety professionals seeking the latest products, policies, and insights. Whether you’re a safety officer, a risk manager, or someone deeply invested in creating a secure work environment, this two-day event promises to be a game-changer for you.

As Sam Palermo, Exhibition Director of WHS Sydney, explains, “Visitors to this year’s Workplace Health & Safety Expo can expect an immersive and comprehensive experience that goes beyond the ordinary. We have expanded on the previous year’s expos! With over 150 exhibitors, our focus is to provide attendees with a dynamic interactive platform to explore the latest advancements in safety technology, exchange ideas with industry experts, and discover innovative solutions that will redefine their approach to workplace safety.”

Staying compliant with evolving regulations is a top priority for any safety professional. At WHS Sydney, attendees can engage in in-depth discussions about upcoming regulatory changes and their implications for workplace safety. This knowledge will empower you to stay ahead of the curve and ensure your organization remains compliant and secure.

Networking is a cornerstone of professional growth. The expo offers abundant opportunities for attendees to connect with peers, solution providers, and industry influencers. These connections are invaluable, enabling you to exchange ideas, learn from each other’s experiences, and collaborate on innovative safety solutions.

“WHS Sydney 2023 brings an impressive lineup of keynote speakers and industry experts to the forefront,” notes Palermo. “Some highlights include Jim Kelly, Director Health & Safe Design, SafeWork NSW, an authority in the field of work health and safety, who will delve into the critical intersection of designing work to be healthy and safe.”

Palermo assures attendees that the event will feature exceptional keynote speakers who bring invaluable insights to the table. Sue Bottrell from ContractorSAFE will demystify mining contractor safety and suggest better strategies. Jaime Schell of Molemap Australia & NZ will bring a new angle to skin safety and well-being. These sessions reshape safety insights. Plus, join in discussions led by legal experts on upcoming regulations and their impact on safety practices.”

When asked about networking opportunities, Palermo is enthusiastic: “Our expo thrives on collaboration and communication. The exhibition floor itself will be a hub of interaction, allowing attendees to engage directly with solution providers, exchange insights, and cultivate relationships that extend beyond the event.”

The WHS Sydney Expo will be the place for Safety Officers and Managers to search, and most importantly find innovative safety solutions. Alongside Mechanix Wear, the team from Pryme Australia will be showcasing our state-of-the-art Dropped Object Prevention Lanyards and Tethers from Ergodyne at STAND #C07.

Recognising Australia’s exemplary leadership, Palermo emphasises, “Australia has consistently led in workplace health and safety. WHS Sydney serves to reinforce these achievements, showcasing our nation’s robust safety culture and innovative approaches.”

Mark your calendars for the Workplace Health & Safety Show being held at Sydney Showground from September 20th to 21st, 2023. Witness the future of workplace safety unfold, collaborate with industry leaders, and be part of the transformation that enhances safety across all sectors. Your journey towards a safer workplace begins here, register for free at

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