There’s still time to register for business event on today

IT'S NOT too late to register for the North Coast Safety Network's first formal Safety Event this afternoon.

Registration is free, and it's all about helping businesses reduce workplace injuries and improve productivity.

"It's for the general business community, so anyone can come along from any industry," treasurer of the Network, Wade Kajewski, previously told The Northern Star.

"It gives access to a wide range of other professionals from the same industry or other industries with similar experiences."

It begins at 2pm with guest speakers including a senior SafeWork New South Wales representative, the managing director of Ezi-Maid and safety award winner, John Koorey.

Employ Health has donated a generous prize worth over $300 for the winner of the "guess the weight" competition which will be held at the event.

Attending small businesses may also qualify for a SafeWork rebate of up to $500.

Find out more by visiting the North Coast Safety Network's Facebook or LinkedIn page, or email northcoastsafetynetwork@gmail.com.

You can register your attendance through Sticky Tickets.



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