Your full health & safety CPD requirements over 3 days
At what one Twitter fan described as a "mind-blowing" event, Safety & Health Expo 2015 saw 14,000 health & safety professionals gather to receive their yearly CPD requirements while sourcing the very latest technologies across health & safety. If you were part of this year's celebration of health & safety, share your favourite moments and experiences with us on Twitter @SHExpo, find yourself in photos from the showfloor and be the first to hear the news about 2016 when you register your interest for next year's event.
If you missed out on the chance to enhance your health & safety legislation, product and tactical knowledge, take a look at some of the videos from the event show floor on the YouTube channel and on SHPOnline.co.uk, where you'll find the tools needed to build a strong behavioural safety culture within your organisation.
By attending Safety & Health Expo visitors were able to source their full year's Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points over the three days, with 90 hours of workshops and seminars.
Missed out? Build your CPD year round through SHP Resources, run in partnership with Barbour EHS.
Showcasing more health and safety exhibitors than any other UK event, 2015's show helped visitors save time, remain compliant and stay up to date on the latest health & safety technologies by getting hands on with the latest products.
Still looking to discover more health & safety products?
Source suppliers through the 2015 Exhibitor List
With an increased number of health & safety professionals attending 2015's show, visitors were able to rub shoulders with new contacts, giving them the connections they need to propel their career forward.
Baroness Karren Brady
Baroness Karren Brady spoke to a packed audience about the obstacles she faced in a male-dominated world and how each woman in health & safety can move to overcome these barriers.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes, OBE
Crowds gathered to listen to Ranulph speak about extreme safety, with visitors getting the opportunity to be inspired by the world's greatest living explorer.
Sir Chris Hoy
Britian's greatest Olympian spoke on day three of the marginal gains strategy he employed to get to where he is, and how to apply this to your own role, specifically highlighting team-building.
Running alongside the IOSH conference
With more than 50 influential speakers and representatives from over 150 organisations in attendance, this year’s international event for senior safety and health professionals and forward-thinking business leaders was not to be missed.
Delgates were brought up to speed with the latest industry updates and shared leadership best practice with peer.
Register your interest for 2016 at www.ioshconference.co.uk.