Become an Exhibitor

The 24th Emergency Management Conference will be held from Tuesday 16th to Wednesday 17th July 2024 at the Pullman, Melbourne Albert Park.

Bringing together 450+ emergency management professionals, subject matter experts and volunteers over two days, EMC is the premier annual EM event in Victoria.

The conference offers insight, reflection, understanding and motivation across a wide range of topics and emergency management incidents.

This year’s conference theme is:

“Disasters have no boundaries:  Navigating the increasing frequency and complexity of events”

Organisations which supply goods and services of any kind to the emergency services, local and state government and heavy industry have the opportunity to exhibit at EMC, gaining valuable exposure to CEOs and senior managers attending the conference. 

Exhibits will include:

    •  Telecommunications
    •  Information systems
    •  Education and training
    •  Alarms and alerting systems
    •  Protective clothing & equipment
    •  Medical and first aid
    •  Resuscitation equipment
    •  Firefighting equipment
    •  Emergency lighting
    •  Vehicles and equipment
    •  Accident extrication equipment

Contact us today to receive the Exhibitor Prospectus and secure your booth at this much-anticipated event!


Bringing together 450+ emergency management professionals, subject matter experts and volunteers over two days, EMC is the premier annual EM event in Victoria.

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The trade exhibition from Tuesday 16 to Wednesday 17 July 2024, will form an integral part of the conference.

The exhibition area will provide an engaging central hub for the event and has been designed to facilitate interaction between delegates and exhibitors.

Morning and afternoon teas will be served in the exhibition area.  The lunch periods will also include time for exhibition viewing. 

As an exhibitor you will receive acknowledgement on the conference website and the mobile program.

Should your display or exhibit have individual space or layout requirements, we would be happy to discuss your specific needs.


  • Two exhibitor passes
  • One 3m x 3m x 2.5m(h) exhibition booth
  • Walls: 2.5m(h) melamine panels (printable at exhibitor’s expense)
  • White digitally printed facia board containing exhibitor’s name
  • 1 x arm light
  • 1 x 4amp power outlet
  • Website listing from date of payment to three months after the event.

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2023 Exhibitors

Access Easy English

44% of the adult Australian population do not have the literacy to manage a range of day to day reading tasks. (OECD, 2019; ABS, 2013). Have you heard of Easy English? Easy English is written content for any person with low literacy. Access Easy English can develop any content to Easy English. It enables more people to be informed and engage at all phases of emergencies. We are the leading national and international developer of Easy English. Our team has won multiple national and international awards. Access Easy English is run by Cathy Basterfield, published author and international speaker.


AFAC is an independent, member-based organisation dedicated to achieving connected and capable emergency management in Australia and New Zealand. AFAC National Council comprises member organisations spanning fire, emergency service and land management organisations, who lead a paid and volunteer workforce of more than 288,000 people, supporting communities to be safer and more resilient. AFAC delivers value to our members by amplifying the collective capability and capacity of emergency management organisations. We enable connection, collaboration, and innovation. We work together to achieve better outcomes for our sector and advance the safety and resilience of community’s. AFAC also delivers services to, and on behalf of, emergency management organisations in Australia and New Zealand. AFAC also works in partnership with the Commonwealth Government and other domestic and international organisations supporting response, risk reduction and community resilience.


The Australasian Institute of Emergency Services offers members of emergency services and affiliate organisations the opportunity to be a member of a professional body dedicated to the progression and recognition of the Emergency Service role in the community. The Institute acts as an independent forum where members can be heard and their opinions shared with other emergency service members. The Institute aims to provide a professional body for the study of the roles and functions of Emergency Services and Emergency Management Organisations throughout Australasia, and the promotion and advancement of professional standards in these and associated services. The Institute provides a voice for the Emergency Services, by speaking out on issues that affect our members and the community in general.

Emergency Services Foundation

ESF is the only organisation that is entirely dedicated to the prevention of mental health injury for Victoria’s emergency workers. We do this with the support of 14 member agencies.

With a focus on prevention and early intervention ESF seeks to get ahead of the mental harm and injury threat that currently pervades the sector.

ESF lead initiatives that translate research into innovative evidence-informed practice and programs for sector wide benefit.

Emergency Services Health/Police Health

We believe we’re the best private health insurer for police, emergency services workers, volunteers and their families. Now covering over 75,000 member Australia-wide we specialise in Gold Cover because you and your family serve nothing less.

Emergency Services Health
1300 703 703

Police Health
1800 603 603

Natural Hazards Research Australia

Natural Hazards Research Australia is Australia’s national centre for natural hazard resilience and disaster risk reduction.

The Centre was funded for 10 years by the Australian Government on 1 July 2021 as a collaborative research organisation, to address the major challenges arising from natural hazards, including bushfires, floods, cyclones, heatwaves, storms and other hazards. The aim is to deliver usable research and knowledge that creates safer and more resilient communities.

The Centre works in the broad emergency management and disaster resilience sector with partners in all states and territories, federal, state and local governments, key industry bodies, the private and not-for-profit sectors, research and other organisations with a stake in protecting Australian communities.


Obvious Choice are an award-winning learning design agency, offering over 200 years of combined experience in custom learning design and development to the Emergency Management sector. Since 2013, we have established a reputation for quality, innovation, and exceptional customer service. Our clients have consistently experienced timely delivery within budget, reflected in our NPS of +80. We incorporate evidence-based approaches such as spaced repetition, neuroscience, and self-determination theory to enhance training impact. We help introduce new learning modalities (spaced repetition, microlearning, campaign-style learning) suitable for our client’s workforce and business operating rhythms.


Openhouse Products is a family run international business that was first established in the UK in 1992. Over 30 years, the company has grown to supply some of the largest and most hard working public and private sector companies in the World. In 2019, having successfully supplied bags and equipment to Australasia for several years, we proudly opened the doors to Openhouse Products Australia. Based in ACT, the company is determined to provide the highest quality, safest and best value bags and textiles on the market. We will use all the experience and knowledge of the last 30 years to ensure our customers receive the best service possible.


Pelican Products is the global leader in the design and manufacture of both high-performance protective case solutions and advanced portable lighting systems.

Pelican manufactures an array of safety-approved lighting solutions, from hand-held torches and headlamps to lantern-style lights and remote area lighting systems, specifically suited to the specialized requirements of the emergency services industry and are designed to ensure that the highest safety standards are met even in the most hazardous of environments. Pelican’s Advanced Case Centre, located in Melbourne, is dedicated in providing custom case solutions to meet your shipping and packaging requirements. These facilities specialise in the planning, engineering, manufacturing and quality control needs to produce the world’s best custom packaging and foam solutions.

Tony's Trek

Located within the ESF Booth

Over 50 days, Inspector-General for Emergency Management Tony Pearce will walk 1440 kilometres across Victoria to raise awareness of the mental health toll that emergency service work can take on our emergency workers.

In addition to his job as Victoria’s independent Inspector-General, Tony Pearce also holds the voluntary role of Chair of the Emergency Services Foundation.

On 30 September 2022, he’ll leave the State Control Centre in East Melbourne taking the first step of Tony’s Trek to support and raise awareness of ESF’s work in frontline and support roles.

Visit Tony’s fundraising page to find out how to get involved or support the Trek.
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