Australian Exhibitions & Conferences
announces two trade shows that will showcase technology and innovations designed to take the hard work and danger out of handling goods.
The Safety Show Sydney and Sydney Materials Handling will be held from 23 to 25 October at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. Highlights of the two exhibitions include innovations such as assisted lift devices that enable objects too heavy for humans to lift to be safely guided by hand as well as cut resistant gloves that enable workers to handle virtually any metal, glass or plastic material without risk of injury in addition to hundreds of safety and productivity enhancing products and services.
Millsom Materials Handling will showcase its vacuum lifting equipment and cranes that enable a single person to lift boxes, sacks, sheet timber and steel up to 2000kg. The technology is designed to reduce OH&S claims and increase productivity and profitability in manufacturing, warehousing and logistics, medical, automotive, chemical and pharmaceutical, glass and window, and packaging sites.
RCR International will introduce a new cut-resistant glove that provides a high level of protection from mechanical risks. The gloves are ideal for metal industries, warehouse and picking lines, automotive industry as well as glass, plastics and general manufacturing.
Ansell, a leader in natural latex and synthetic polymer gloves will introduce a glove developed in response to demand for non-slip hand protection for workers who need a combination of positive grip, advanced chemical protection and comfort throughout work shifts.
The two shows will also feature forklifts, powered platform trolleys, maids, carts and tugs, safety work ware including safety glasses, lighting systems, harnesses, speed bumps, bollards and traffic cones using reprocessed tyres, drug and alcohol testing equipment, workplace health and safety management software, paramedical ambulance services, and hand hygiene products and dispensers.
The Safety Show Sydney and Sydney Materials Handling events will be of interest to managers and OHS personnel in mining, construction, civil works, facilities management, manufacturing, hospitality, healthcare, education, supply chain management, warehousing, transport and local government.
Free workshops and seminars will also be held along with the exhibitions.
Additionally, CleanScene, a trade show focussing on cleaning and hygiene products and services will be co-located with The Safety Show Sydney and Sydney Materials Handling.