9-11 May 2023
ICC Sydney

Safety a priority at Total Facilities 2015

Health and safety is top of mind for most professionals concerned with facilities management. Although successful compliance with new and updated regulations and codes is an ongoing and necessary challenge, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by Australia’s stringent health and safety standards. But with ongoing education and training, facilities management professionals can stay on top of this important aspect of their role.

The annual Total Facilities presents a prime opportunity for professionals to enhance their knowledge of new and emerging technologies and solutions, as well as developments within the industry.

Brett Judd, Diversified Communications exhibition director, said Total Facilities offered education and professional development opportunities for professionals concerned with facilities management practices such as fire safety and OHS.

“We recognise that maintaining safety compliance is critical in any building and this year’s event will feature the latest services and solutions that assist in protecting a building’s valuable assets,” Judd said.

The event will cover:

  • essential services,
  • exit and emergency lighting,
  • fire and safety prevention,
  • fire protection systems,
  • materials handling,
  • OHS,
  • risk management,
  • safety products, and
  • signage.

As part of its education program, the event will host both local and international industry speakers who will deliver practical information and case studies for running more sustainable buildings and facilities. The exhibition will also feature more than 200 product suppliers and service providers showcasing the latest solutions relevant to the industry.

SAI Global will be exhibiting its range of online training solutions available to safety advisors and auditors. The training courses take individuals through how to understand, implement, audit, improve and maintain a health and safety management system.

Victorian building compliance management team Essential Safety Solutions will also be exhibiting. The company delivers end-to-end solutions for a range of industries and covers building maintenance, including fire alarm system maintenance, checking portable fire extinguishers and inspecting building elements such as balustrades and artificial lighting systems.


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