Health & Safety Products & Services at SHE
Showcasing more health and safety exhibitors than any other UK event, in 2015, Safety & Health Expo 2016 will be even bigger. Helping 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 2016 Exhibitor List
IOSH conference, taking place alongside Safety & Health Expo 2016
Over 800+ senior safety and health practitioners and forward-thinking business leaders will unite to explore influential leadership: delivering impact – sustaining change on 21–22 June. Join them to find out how to inspire and influence internal and external stakeholders to integrate safety and health into the fabric of your organisation.
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Networking with health & safety peers in 2016
With an increased number of health & safety professionals attending 2015's show, 2016 promises to out perform with visitors able to create the connections they need to propel their career forward with a new career zone, as well as over 1000 attending the Women in Health & Safety meet up on the 23rd June.
This year's Inspirational Speakers
This year’s inspirational speakers all demonstrate huge ambition in the face of fear. Come and listen to them at Safety & Health Expo
Colonel Tim Collins OBE
Colonel Tim Collins OBE attracted attention on both sides of the Atlantic for his rousing speech to the troops before going into battle in Iraq. His autobiography, Rules of Engagement, subsequently went straight into the bestseller lists.
Kate Adie OBE
Kate Adie OBE became a household name as BBC Chief News Reporter, reporting from the frontline during the London Iranian Embassy Siege in 1980, the first Gulf War, the protests in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, the demise of the Soviet Union and NATO’s campaign in Kosovo.
James Cracknell OBE
James Cracknell OBE is one of Britain’s greatest ever oarsmen. After victory alongside Redgrave and Pinsent in the coxless four in Sydney, he went on to achieve another Olympic gold in Athens, crossed the Atlantic with Ben Fogle, and has dealt with neurological injuries.