SPECIAL FEATURE: SAFETY
SHOW YOU HAVE SAFETY COVERED IN YOUR BUSINESS
The award winning National Safety Show
is New Zealand’s largest trade only event
dedicated to workplace health and safety.
Become an exhibitor
Get face to face with 1,000’s of qualified industry
decision makers to:
Showcase your latest innovative products and
Educate your customers on industry best practice.
Sell to a qualified and targeted audience.
Network and build strong business relationships with
industry partners and influencers.
Grow your existing and build a new customer base.
Contact Exhibition Sales Manager
Deb Haimes, email@example.com
09 976 8367 / 021 487 552
23-25 June 2019
ASB Showgrounds Auckland
Health Hub Inspirational
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With the major overhaul
of the HSWA nearly
four years ago now,
many businesses and
employees are still
unclear about their roles and responsibilities
around this legislation.
However, it has never been more
important to understand the 2015
Act as New Zealand works towards
reducing the number of serious
work-related injuries by 25% by next
year. This is a big audacious goal,
but a good one for all – it’s about
everybody taking responsibility. But
that also has repercussions; under
the new Act both businesses and
individuals can be held criminally
negligent if found to be non-compliant.
With so much uncertainty
surrounding this, XPO Exhibitions
has invested in the largest trade
show for the workplace health and
safety industry – The National Safety
Show. This is a free to attend event
where employees and employers
can not only experience a vast range
of products and services under one
roof, but also have access to free,
impartial and confidential advice
from experts in the HSWA.
Leading organisations in this industry
such as WorkSafe, NZISM, NZ
Safety Council, 3m, Red Cross and
Risk Prevention are supporters of
The National Safety Show, and there
are still a few spaces available for
other exhibitors to join the three-day
“As an exhibitor, it’s a fantastic
opportunity to get face-to-face with
a qualified audience,” says Deb
Haimes, sales exhibition manager.
If you are interested in exhibiting,
you can get in touch with Deb by
emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 487
552 or alternatively, if you want to
register to attend this free event you
can do so online at
20 April 2019