According to Safe Work Australia, the nature of the work in the manufacturing industry is a relatively high risk environment and this is reflected in the comparatively high level of fatalities and serious workers' compensation claims (accounting for 7 per cent of fatalities and 13 per cent of serious claims). Providing a safe working environment can make for a better, more efficient manufacturing business.

The Safety Zone at National Manufacturing Week will showcase the latest technologies, products and services to improve WHS standards and compliance and reduce safety expenditure. The Conference Program will deliver essential information to help business owners and managers understand the common risks in manufacturing and protect their people from workplace safety hazards.

The manufacturing industry has the second highest serious claim frequency rate with 8.9 serious claims per million hours worked.


Using workforce management to create safer working spaces

Charlie DeWitt, Managing Director, Kronos ANZEA

Safety as a vehicle for culture change

Juliet Maynard, People and Safety Manager, Monier Roofing (CSR)

Challenges in the implementation of ISO 45001:2018, are you ready yet?

Mousa Sharifi, Certification Manager, Global Compliance Certification

Safety Policy Case Study

Neal Smith, HSEQ Manager, FDC Construction & Fitout