2021 Conference Postponed
AIHS Visions Conference

The Visions Conference 2021 has been Postponed

The Visions Conference Organising Committee and the AIHS have been monitoring the current climate to do our absolute best to make sure that we could safely deliver our annual Queensland conference.

Unfortunately, given the uncertainty associated with running medium and large-scale events at present, the AIHS and the Visions Conference Organising Committee have determined that as a responsible organisation it is best to adopt a ‘safety first’ approach and postpone the 29th Conference until 2022. This was not a decision taken lightly.

We considered running a virtual event (as we did last year), however we feel that a key element of Visions has always been the mix between professional development and networking. So, once we take away the in-person element, the value for all involved is significantly reduced and the feedback from our previous attendees is that this was critical to deliver.

This was a difficult decision for the Organising Committee, and our intent is to engage with the Conference speakers to explore options to enable the delivery of some of their presentations via an alternate format.

Thank you so much for your support and ongoing commitment to Visions. We look forward to seeing you in 2022 for what will be our 30th conference.

AIHS will be processing refunds in the coming weeks, please contact us via email visions@aihs.org.au or call 03 8336 1995. If you would prefer to roll-over the conference ticket to 2022 at the current rates, please let us know. 

Kind Regards

The Visions Committee


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Who we are

The Visions Conference has been run for the past 29 years by the Queensland Division of the Australian Institute of Health & Safety for the benefit of its members and everyone in the Safety Community.

Visions has been run since its inception by a small, but dedicated, group of Queensland AIHS members – all of whom are volunteers who contribute their own time to ensure the continued success of the conference.

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What we do

Provide an inclusive forum for the development of new ideas and learning in relation to the AIHS’s stated vision – “OHS professional excellence to facilitate a safe and healthy workplace for all Australians”. Our objective is to promote the safety and health of people. Our aim is to achieve the highest possible standards of safety and health, at work, on the road, at play and at home.

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Why us?

We provide an avenue for developing connections and friendships within the Safety community that will last a lifetime. We are the friendliest and best value safety conference in Australia. We have a reputation for advancing new ideas and concepts in Safety and for challenging delegates with alternative skills and learnings. More importantly, we aim to provide delegates with presentations about what works.

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