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New Zealand Water Safety Conference- Registration Brochure

New Zealand Water Safety Conference 2011 - Registration Brochure

The conference committee is pleased to provide the Registration Brochure for Water: Our Fatal Attraction, the New Zealand Water Safety Conference 2011.

As hosts we take much pride in providing a program of interesting, challenging and informative sessions which will feature stimulating topical keynote speakers and presentations.

Over two information-packed days, conference participants from across the sector will present and discuss a wealth of initiatives, concepts, research and programmes.

This is a don’t-miss event for anyone involved in water safety.

Secure your Early Bird registration now and save $125 by completing the registration form contained in the attached brochure, or register on-line at Early Bird registrations close on 1 September.


Nominations are now open for the Water Safety Awards 2011. Award winners will be announced at the New Zealand Water Safety Conference Gala Dinner on Thursday 24th November 2011 in Wellington.

Full conference registration includes a complimentary ticket to the Gala dinner and Awards presentation.

More information on the Awards and nomination forms can be found at

Water Safety Award Nominations for 2011 close Friday October 14th.

Key Conference Dates
Early bird registration: 1 April 2011
Late registration applies: 1 September 2011
Water Safety Award nominations close: 14 October 2011
2011 New Zealand Water Safety Conference: Thursday 24 – Friday 25 November 2011

Countdown to New Zealand Water Safety Conference 2011 : 113 Days


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