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AFAC Fire & Emergency Management Conference

by Marcus
AFAC Fire & Emergency Management Conference
  • Dates: 03/09/2024 > 06/09/2024
  • Venue: The Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia
  • Event Website: www.afacconference.com.au/

AFAC24 Conference & Exhibition powered by INTERSCHUTZ is Australasia’s largest and most comprehensive emergency management conference and exhibition. Brought to you by AFAC, Deutsche Messe, the Institution of Fire Engineers (Australia) and Australian Institute of Disaster Resilience (AIDR).
The 2023 conference and exhibition attracted record attendance of over 3,500 emergency management personnel.

On rotation around Australia’s major cities, our host agencies for 2024 are the:
ACT Emergency Services Agency, ACT Parks and Conservation, Fire and Rescue NSW, Forestry Corporation of NSW, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Services, NSW Rural Fire Service, NSW State Emergency Services and Surf Life Saving NSW.

AFAC powered by INTERSCHUTZ was recognised as the Exhibition and Event Association of Australia’s Best Association Event at the 2019 and 2022 EEAA Awards for Excellence.

AFAC is committed to fostering an inclusive culture; valuing diversity and ensuring a safe and respectful workplace. AFAC encourages you all to commit to this and to call out any language or behaviour that undermines our approach.

The Conferences

The AFAC powered by INTERSCHUTZ conference brings a broad spectrum of emergency management practitioners together to learn and share experiences.

Showcasing the latest research and practice across the sector, AFAC24 will feature the multi-streamed AFAC Conference, incorporating the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference and the Institution of Fire Engineers (Australia) National Conference.

AFAC24 Theme – Embracing innovation and disruption: Designing the future for our sector

There is an immediate need for fire and emergency services to adapt to be prepared for the future. Resource constraints, declining volunteer numbers and a changing climate drive the need for organisations to think differently and look for new solutions. Creating an inclusive culture that encourages new ideas and diversity of thought is key.

Engaging presentations will offer ways to actively disrupt the norm, take control and shape the way forward.

AFAC24 will explore how we can foster new thinking to ensure we are prepared for the challenges we face now and into the future.

The AFAC powered by INTERSCHUTZ exhibition is Australasia’s largest emergency management exhibition, featuring over 15,000sqm of space, jam-packed with state-of-the-art equipment, cutting-edge technology and leading service providers. Features include:

The Exhibition

AFAC24 trade exhibition will feature the most comprehensive range of emergency management related exhibiting organisations across 15,000sqm of gross floorspace including a strong contingent of international exhibitors from a range of countries. The AFAC exhibition has grown by 140% from 2015 when the partnership between AFAC and Deutsche Messe was created.

Demonstration Zone

This area features the latest equipment, technology and best practices displayed across the three days of the exhibition. These have included robotics, virtual reality firefighting equipment, rescue simulations and much more.

Solutions Theatre

The exhibition will also feature a comprehensive Solutions Theatre program with practical presentations aimed at helping those at the frontline of emergency management. Topics have included: innovations and new technologies, mental health, wellbeing, community, resilience, trucks and PPE.

Knowledge Centre

Within the exhibition is a central hub of research findings, including the popular poster displays. This is the place to meet other researchers and is a lounge area for conference speakers.

For more information and to register, please visit www.afacconference.com.au



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