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2020 SUPPORTERS & EXHIBITORS

2020 Supporters & Exhibitors

We would like to thank the following supporters and exhibitors for their support of Safety 2020.

Supporting Host

Australasian University Safety Association (AUSA)

Stephen Ween, President
A: 5382 Holbrook Road Maxwell NSW 2650
T: 0427 716 260
E: 
president@ausa.org.au
W: https://www.ausa.org.au/

The Australasian University Safety Association (AUSA) is the professional safety association for the Higher Education and Research Sector in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. AUSA represents the needs of its members through publications, advice, government representation, networking, professional development and recognition.

AUSA is committed to ensuring a common approach to safety across the sector. We work closely with our counterparts in the UK and the USA to maintain consistency of campus and research safety around the world.

Supporting Host

Australasian Injury Prevention Network

Anne Romanus
A: PO Box 1165 Randwick NSW 2031
E: 
secretariat@aipn.com.au
W: www.aipn.com.au

The Australasian Injury Prevention Network (AIPN) is the peak body in Australia and New Zealand advocating for injury prevention and safety promotion. The AIPN represents injury researchers, policy makers and practitioners across Australia and New Zealand.

 

Through conferences, publications, events, advocacy activities and research, the Network benefits from its high profile, influential membership base of leading injury prevention researchers, and those working to reduce the incidence of injury and harm across Australia and New Zealand.

Associate Supporter

Royal Life Saving Society - Australia

Justin Scarr, Chief Executive Officer
A: PO Box 558, Broadway, NSW 2007
T: +61 2 8217 3111
E: 
info@rlssa.org.au
W: www.royallifesaving.com.au

Royal Life Saving is committed to reducing drowning and increasing swimming, water safety and lifesaving skills for all Australians. For the last 125 years, we have facilitated water safety, drowning prevention and lifesaving research, policy and education across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. We are focused on reducing drowning and promoting healthy, active and skilled communities through innovative, reliable, evidence based advocacy; strong and effective partnerships; quality programs, products and services; underpinned by a cohesive and sustainable national organisation.

Affiliation Supporter

icare

Nicole Littlehales, Partnerships Advisor
A: 92-100 Donnison St, Gosford NSW 2250
T: 02 7922 5213 or 0472 875 884
E: 
nicole.littlehales@icare.nsw.gov.au
W: www.icare.nsw.gov.au

Insurance and Care NSW (icare) protects, insures and cares for the people, businesses and

assets of NSW.

 

We provide workers compensation insurance to more than 326,000 public and private sector

employers in NSW and their 3.6 million employees. In addition, we insure builders and

homeowners, provide treatment and care to people severely injured on NSW roads; and

protect more than $193 billion of NSW Government assets, including the Sydney Opera

House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, schools and hospitals.

 

For more information, visit: www.icare.nsw.gov.au

Global Engagement Patron

New Zealand Institute of Safety Management

Tanya Bater, Communications Manager
A: PO Box 128 532, Remuera, Auckland 1541
T: NZ (+64) 021 504 576
E: 
comms@nzism.org
W: nzism.org

New Zealand Institute of Safety Management (NZISM) is New Zealand’s leading professional association for health and safety practitioners/professionals and operates a network of 13 branches nationwide.

With a cross-sector membership approaching 2,000, NZISM offers members an unrivalled suite of membership benefits in the health and safety industry. This includes: regular networking and CPD events; an internationally recognised accreditation programme; a successful mentoring programme; peer support; regular newsletters; resources; discounted training/events; access to the national register of health and safety professionals (HASANZ) and more.

NZISM promotes industry excellence and leads by example with a membership dedicated to volunteerism, knowledge sharing, mutual support and continual improvement.

Research Hub Exhibitor

Monash University Accident Research Centre

Bronte Thomas, Administration Officer
A: 21 Alliance Lane, Monash University, Clayton VIC 3800
T: 03 9905 4371
E: 
bronte.thomas@monash.edu
W: https://www.monash.edu/muarc

Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) is a world leader in injury prevention research and training. Our research has led directly to real-world solutions for making Australians safer on the roads, in the workplace, and in homes and communities. MUARC's long standing partnership with the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a Collaborating Centre supports initiatives towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals relating to violence and injury prevention. We are committed to the excellence of our research and training, the independence of our recommendations and the engagement we have with the communities we serve, locally and globally.

Exhibitor

CriticalArc

Julian Spencer, Sales Manager ANZ
A: Suite 2, Level 1, 33-35 Belmont Street, Sutherland NSW 2232
T: 0447 412 814
E: 
julian@crititcalarc.com
W: criticalarc.com

CriticalArc, a global technology innovator, designs and delivers a distributed command and control solution, SafeZone™, which is revolutionising the way organisations manage day-to-day safety and security operations.  Deployed as a cloud service in hours, SafeZone provides response teams with complete operational awareness, to enhance the protection of dispersed people, facilities, and assets, while delivering efficiency savings.

The intuitive SafeZone app allows users to summon assistance, while enabling security teams to implement a fast and coordinated response to every day events through to full-scale emergencies.  Features including mass notification and lone worker monitoring, SafeZone improves the effectiveness of security teams, while improving compliance with policies and procedures.

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