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AFAC22 Agenda Announced

by Marcus
AFAC22 Agenda Announced

The 27th annual AFAC powered by INTERSCHUTZ, taking place 23-26 August at Adelaide Convention Centre, will convene the world’s top experts on emergency management and resilience.

Across the AFAC22 stages and exhibition spaces you can expect a stellar line-up of speakers presenting innovative ideas, new perspectives and inspiring practices. Australasia’s premier emergency management conference and exhibition – is back in person for the first time since 2019.

View the full agenda at afacconference.com.au/2022-agenda

The conference theme is ‘Connecting Communities. Creating Resilience.’ and over four days, more than 90 presenters will cover an array of related topics such as Reducing risk to communities, Culture and Inclusion, Forecasting and Monitoring, Innovation and Technology, Mental Health and Resilience and many more.

AFAC22 will run in partnership with the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference and the Institution of Fire Engineers Australia (IFE) National Conference.

Don’t miss your chance to hear the who’s who of thought leaders across issues and industries – including our illustrious line-up of keynote speakers including Dr Gill Hicks, Artist, Published Author, Musician and Award-winning Director/Producer; Mr Jim Pauley, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA); and Dr Niki Vincent, Public Sector Gender Equality Commissioner, Victorian Government.

Showcasing the future of emergency management innovation

Complementing the conference, AFAC22 trade exhibition will feature the most comprehensive range of emergency management related exhibiting organisations from all over the world. On show will be the latest and most exciting tools and technologies designed for the advancement of the industry.

The exhibition space will include a number of zones designed to accommodate opportunities to view, experience and connect including the Demonstration Zone, Expo Stage and Knowledge Centre.

For more details and to register your interest, go to afacconference.com.au

Register now – limited tickets available.

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