The 36th Annual Conference and Exhibition of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH) will be held in Melbourne from 1-5 December, 2018 at the Crown Conference Centre, Southbank.
We expect the 2018 Melbourne AIOH Conference and Exhibition to be a successful event with a high attendance rate in a world class conference facility at this most liveable Australian city. We are currently holding initial discussions with some remarkable, not-to-miss keynote national and international speakers, so stay tuned!
The 2018 AIOH Conference and Exhibition provides the ideal opportunity to build awareness and raise the profile of your brand amongst Occupational Hygiene leaders and practitioners representing private, public and government bodies at both the national and international arenas. Sponsoring partners from previous AIOH Conferences and Exhibitions are always enthusiastic about the level of discussion, networking, interest and number of leads generated from attending these events.
There are many ways in which our partners can achieve maximum exposure and recognition at the 2018 Melbourne AIOH Conference and Exhibition. We offer a wide range of sponsorship opportunities to suit your needs and brand.
We hope you choose to partner with us for what is shaping up to be the best and most successful AIOH event to date. Whether you have been a valuable sponsor over many years or you are considering to be a sponsor for the first time, we welcome you all and we look forward to enjoying the mutual benefits our partnership can offer.
In 2017, the AIOH Conference boasted just under 500 attendees, 24 sponsors & over 60 exhibition booths, a diverse range of speakers, exhibitors & a memorable social program.
Click here to view the 2018 AIOH Conference Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus
Click hereto complete a booking form to secure your participation at the 2018 AIOH Conference
Click here for information on trade exhibition at the 2018 AIOH Conference.
major conference event sponsors
Keynote Speaker Sponsor
Welcome Drinks Sponsor
AIOH Presidents' Golf Cup Sponsor
major member development award sponsors
Air-Met Scientific Professional Advancement Award
Draeger Australia Young Hygienist Award
Active Environmental Solutions Scholarship Award
DuPont AIOH Leadership Program
Industrial Scientific AIOH Conference Package Award
Safe Work Australia Scholars of Worker Protection - AIOH Conference Attendance Award
conference support sponsors
Best Poster Sponsor
A word from our sponsors
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Caltex Australia Petroleum Pty Ltd.
Underpinned by our core value of "Never Stop Caring" Caltex is committed to ensure that every one of our people returns home safely at the end of every working day. Caltex acknowledges and supports the valuable work that the AIOH undertakes to support, develop and grow Occupational Hygienists throughout their working career. It is these passionate individuals who help Caltex manage the diverse range of occupational health & hygiene risks present across our business and ensure that Caltex meets its commitment to ensure that our workforce returns home safely every day. Caltex is proud to sponsor the 2018 AIOH Melbourne Conference.
Safe Work Australia
Safe Work Australia leads the development of national policy to improve work health and safety and workers’ compensation arrangements across Australia and is a key source for high quality national data and research to inform these policies.
As a national policy body, Safe Work Australia does not regulate work health and safety laws. The Commonwealth, states and territories have responsibility for regulating and enforcing work health and safety laws in their jurisdiction. For further information about Safe Work Australia visit ww.safeworkaustralia.gov.au.
GLENCORE NORTH QUEENSLAND
We’re a global company connecting a world of opportunity. And we’ve never lost sight of the people central to our success. We remain committed to protecting the health and wellbeing of our employees, and supporting strong, resilient regional communities.
Glencore in North Queensland operates a fully-integrated value chain that contributes more than $2 billion into the economy every year and provides work for more than 4,500 Queenslanders. The natural resources we mine, process and market enrich our modern lives, forming the building blocks of our technologies, homes and cities, and have important roles to play in the future of a sustainable world.
We’re proud to demonstrate decades of successful coexistence alongside the communities in which we operate, and we play an active role in enriching community life through local employment, purchase of goods and services, engagement with schools, and local development initiatives.
NATA is the authority that provides independent assurance of technical competence through a proven network of best practice industry experts for customers who require confidence in the delivery of their products and services. We provide assessment, accreditation and training services to laboratories and technical facilities.
Accreditation is increasingly being recognised as a valuable tool across a wide range of Government policy areas including better regulation, good governance and fair markets and is being used by Government as an effective tool for delivering policy more efficiently and to help deliver on its obligations in areas as diverse as healthcare, food production, the construction industry and management of the environment.
NATA accreditation is formal recognition that facilities produce reliable technical results which increases community confidence and trust in a facility’s services, mitigates risk, improves tendering success and facilitates trade.