Preparations for exhibiting
Tue 18 JUNE 10:00-17:00
Wed 19 JUNE 10:00-17:00
Thu 20 JUNE 10:00-16:00
The exhibitor technical manual is accessed through the exhibitor zone: you will be notified when this is available and supplied with your password.
Our website attracts a high volume of visitor traffic in the lead up to the show and we've made it easy for all our exhibitors to promote themselves and their new products. You can access your profile through the Exhibitor Zone using the password sent to you via email - further instructions are available in the E-Zone.
In the interest of sustainability, badges will not be mailed out prior to the event - they can be obtained onsite from the registration area from the afternoon of 19th June onwards.
Yes, as an exhibitor at Safety & Health Expo your registration fee covers the cost of your official Show Guide entry, which is distributed free of charge to all visitors. .
Booking a stand at Safety & Health Expo
Registration and entry
Facilities at ExCeL London
When driving to ExCeL London follow signs for Royal Docks, City Airport and ExCeL. There is easy access from the M25, M11, A406 and A13.
For a map of ExCeL London's location please visit www.streetmap.co.uk and search for ExCeL London by postcode - E16 1XL.
For Sat Nav purposes, we recommend using postcode - E16 1DR.
ExCeL London offers on-site car parking for 3,700 cars. Click here for maps and parking rates.
Ensure that you're up to speed on all the latest health and safety policies governing the profession and seek tailored legal advice in our brand new Legal Clinic at Safety & Health Expo 2017.
The Exhibition is a trade event, and the nature of the exhibits & our attendee’s reflect this. As such attendance by anyone under the age of 16 is strictly prohibited at all times; this includes build up, the open days and breakdown of the exhibition. No alternative facilities will be provided.
Association of Event Organisers' (AEO) official warning:
It is important that the entire industry is made aware of activities relating to third parties contacting exhibitors for entries into show guides. An example of one such guide is Fairguide and more recently 'Expo-Guide'. We are strongly advising our members and all exhibitors to be vigilant against organisations such as these, who do not represent the good name developed within the exhibitions industry. Please read small print details before signing any document.
Expo-Guide and Fairguide.com/Construct Data Verlag have no connecton with exhibition organisers or any of their events but they deliberately target exhibitors who are about to exhibit across Europe.