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2019 Parari Australian Explosive Ordnance Safety Symposium

Date: November 2019 - Thursday 7 November 2019
Location: Adams Auditorium, Australian Defence Force Academy ,

The Department of Defence Directorate of Ordnance Safety, with the University of New South Wales Capability Systems Centre, and our Platinum Sponsor, NIOA, are pleased to present the 2019 PARARI Australian Explosive Ordnance Safety Symposium – Safe EO for the Warfighter Through Innovative Technology & Culture.

PARARI 2019 is being held from 5 - 7 November, in the Adams Auditorium facility of UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

PARARI is the premiere international explosive ordnance safety symposium held regularly in the southern hemisphere, and attracts delegates from around the globe. PARARI provides an outstanding opportunity for professional development, education, and network building for EO practitioners and experts and is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of the work we are all doing in Explosive Ordnance Safety.

This year’s symposium brings together delegates from around the world to discuss the latest innovations and advances in explosives, munitions and weapons safety. International and local experts from industry, academia, military and government will share their research to collectively explore Safe Explosive Ordnance for the Warfighter Through Innovative Technology & Culture.

Defence and law enforcement personnel, contractors and academia involved in research, capability management, procurement, trials, use, sustainment, and disposal of EO at all levels are encouraged to participate in PARARI. We are also strongly encouraging those with an energetic materials science focus to participate in this year’s symposium.

 

Date: Wednesday 19 - Wednesday 19 February 2020
Location: QT Hotel, Canberra
Guests will enjoy an evening of networking and socialising which will include a VIP guest speaker and the presentation of the 2019 AIDN National Young Achiever Award. Senior Defence parliamentarians and officials will join us to celebrate the annual dinner and guests have the opportunity to support Legacy Australia in a silent auction.
Date: Thursday 21 - Friday 22 November 2019
Location: ADFA, Canberra
The Office of the Defence Seaworthiness Regulator is hosting the inaugural Defence Seaworthiness Symposium in Canberra 21-22 November 2019. The theme of the symposium is ‘Reforming to Transform - Seaworthiness as a Defence wide priority’. Day 1 will consist of an address from the Defence Seaworthiness Authority VADM Michael Noonan and presentations from Capability Managers and their representatives as well as an informative panel discussion. Day 2 will consist of 2 concurrent workshops facilitated by staff from the Office of the Defence Seaworthiness Regulator. Workshop 1 will focus on Defence Flag Administration requirements, Workshop 2 will focus on evolving a compliance strategy. Places are strictly limited.
Date: Thursday 7 - Thursday 7 November 2019
Location: Monash Conference Centre, Melbourne
ASPI’s Women in Defence and Security Network and Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre are delighted to invite you to attend this year’s Speed Mentoring event in Melbourne. Participants will have access to women mentors working across several different fields, including intelligence and national security, cyber security and STEM, academia, international aid and foreign policy, politics, media and journalism, international trade policy, NGO’s and civil society organisations, industry and defence.
Date: Wednesday 6 - Wednesday 6 November 2019
Location: QT Canberra
This symposium will focus on “Electronic Warfare Battle Management and Manoeuvre in the Cyber and Electromagnetic Battlespace.’   
Date: Monday 21 - Friday 25 October 2019
Location: Washington D.C, USA
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