This one’s for you, volunteers and front-line emergency management personnel
Paramedics, health and community services, safety, police rescue, defence, mining – all sectors of emergency management that would be unthinkable without first-responders and on-the-ground volunteers and personnel.
The annual AFAC22 powered by INTERSCHUTZ is the largest exhibition of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and is taking place 23-26 August at Adelaide Convention Centre. The exhibition component of the program runs for three days and is free for all that register to enable everyone the opportunity to see and experience the very best that the emergency management industry has to offer.
There are over 80 000 full-time emergency workers in Australia providing crucial care to vulnerable people in urgent need. The latest equipment, technology and services designed to serve and protect people, communities and the environment and on display at AFAC22 has the potential to significantly enhance their work and the ease at which they carry it out.
AFAC Visitor ticket provides attendees with free access to:
The Exhibition: AFAC22 trade exhibition will feature the most comprehensive range of emergency management related exhibiting organisations across 12,000sqm of floorspace including a strong contingent of international exhibitors from a range of countries.
Demonstration Zone: The Australasian Road Rescue Organisation (ARRO) will deliver a comprehensive demonstration of an accident scene extrication on Wednesday 24 August from 1.30pm to 2.00pm. This is always a crowd pleaser.
Expo Stage: A program featuring practical presentations aimed at helping those at the frontline of emergency management. This year topics include innovations and what’s new in vehicle technologies, aerial solutions, geospatial and mapping, fire and fire prediction technology, wellbeing, communication, resilience, data intelligence, risk management and best practices, plus more. Refer to the www.afacconference.com.au for topics, speakers and session times.
AIDR Knowledge Centre: Within the exhibition is a central hub of research findings, including the popular poster displays. This is the place to meet other delegates and is a lounge area for conference speakers.
AFAC22 will take place:
23-26 August at the Adelaide Convention Centre
Exhibition opening hours:
- Tuesday 23 August: 1:00pm – 8:00pm
- Wednesday 24 August: 9:00am – 5:00pm
- Thursday 25 August: 9:30am – 3:30pm
To register, visit: www.afacconference.com.au/2022-pricing-registration