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2009 Queensland Safety Show
Brisbane, Australia - 16 - 18 June 2009
Exhibition / trade show

The QUEENSLAND SAFETY SHOW 2009 brings together more than 200 companies displaying a comprehensive range of Workplace Health & Safety products and services for a broad range of industries.

The Queensland Safety Show will be co-located with Queensland Materials Handling, at which a wide range of equipment dedicated to reducing injury from the handling of dangerous goods will be showcased.

The Queensland Safety Conference, a major workplace health & safety conference featuring over 40 Australian & international speakers covering the latest issues in the industry, will be held concurrently and complement the Trade Show.

Date(s):
16 - 18 June 2009

Venue:
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
Show Organiser: Australian Exhibitions & Conferences Level 2, 267 Collins Street Melbourne, VIC 3000 Postal Address PO Box 82 Flinders Lane MELBOURNE, VIC 8009 Tel 03 9654 7773 Fax 03 9654 5596 Email safety@aec.net.au

http://www.qldsafetyshow.com.au
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