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Join one of the world’s largest international forums on work health and safety from 27 - 30 November 2023.
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Your ticket is your all-access pass to exciting conference events, like the Australia Night, technical tours hosted by some of Sydney’s most prominent businesses, and a range of networking, learning, and development opportunities. 

Registration fees are as follows (early-bird tickets already include the 20% discount) :

Professionals from low to lower-middle income economies

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All other professionals

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What’s included in your ticket?

Registration includes:
  • Attendance for one person to the 23rd World Congress on Safety and Health at Work, International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney), Australia  from 27 – 30 November 
  • Ticket to the evening opening ceremony and welcome function on 27 November  
  • Morning tea, lunch & afternoon tea on 28, 29, 30 November at the ICC Sydney 
  • Ticket to the Australia Night Gala event on 28 November
  • On-demand access to recorded conference sessions 
  • Access to interactive forums (in person and online) 
  • Technical tours (limited spaces available)
Please note:
  • Early-bird ticket prices are inclusive of the 20% discount
  • Ticket prices are in Australian Dollars (AUD)
  • Ticket rates for groups of 10 people minimum receive a 20% discount. To register 10 or more delegates at the one time, please sign into the Group Registration Portal
  • Early-bird tickets will close 31 March 2023
  • Students must provide a valid student card
  • Accompanying person tickets entitle the holder to attend the opening ceremony and reception, Australia Night Gala event, IMFP Festival, and the closing ceremony
  • Credit card and merchant fees apply


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