FIre Australia 2017 Call for Speakers

Posted on : Thursday, 10 November 2016

 

FPA Australia is now calling for speakers and presenters who want the opportunity to share their knowledge and experience at the largest conference and tradeshow of its kind.

 

Fire Australia 2017 is shaping up to be the largest in the event's history.  For the first time the event will include dedicated streams for three distinct areas in the fields of fire and life safety.

 

As well as focusing on key topics related to all sectors within the fire protection industry, FPA Australia is partnering with the Society of Fire Safety in 2017 to include a dedicated Fire Safety Engineering stream throughout the conference. In addition a Hazmat stream will once again feature at the conference.

 

As the premier fire and life safety event in Australia, the bringing together of these three key areas will result in a bigger and better conference and tradeshow that promises to attract key decision makers and leading subject matter experts from government and industry.

 

The event will be staged from May 3-5 at the brand new International Convention Centre in Sydney. With an estimated attendance of over 400 for the conference and 1000 for the tradeshow, you can be assured that your presentation will receive widespread exposure and be shared with a large number of delegates who will benefit and learn from your knowledge and experience.

 

All speakers receive free entry on the day of their presentation (does not include access to the Charity Dinner) and $100 off the entry fee for the non-speaking day.

 

Nominate a topic for a speaker

If you have an idea for a particular topic to include in the Fire Australia 2017 program we would like to hear from you.  Our online submission system can also be used to lodge suggested topics, without nominating a speaker.  To lodge a suggested topic, please click here and complete the survey.

 

For further information on Fire Australia please contact our Events Team on 03 8892 3184 or email events@fpaa.com.au


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