Rescheduled: Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar
Due to the ongoing threat of COVID 19 in NSW we have rescheduled our Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar to Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 October. The venue, Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, remains unchanged.
The safety of mine sites and regional communities across NSW is our utmost priority. With current restrictions changing daily, and increasing cases of COVID in the NSW community, we took the decision to reschedule, to avoid any potential risk of spreading the disease to our regional communities. The new dates will hopefully allow time for the current threat to pass and enable as many industry people as possible, from across the state, to participate in this important face to face networking opportunity.
If you have already purchased tickets for the 2021 Mechanical Engineering Safety Seminar your tickets will be automatically transferred to the new dates. However, if you are unable to attend on the 26 and 27 October please email email@example.com to request a refund.
For more information please visit our Safety Seminars page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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