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Safety & Health Expo 2015

 Jul 2015

It was another successful exhibition at the Safety & Health Expo 2015, running for its second time at the ExCeL Exhibition and Convention Centre, SHE expo 2015 visitorsLondon.  The packed three days consisted of over 300 exhibitions showcasing the latest innovative products and technologies, 90+ hours of CPD seminars and workshops covering diverse subject areas and the "Health and Safety Live" models taking to the catwalk with all the latest PPE and work wear products.

Delegates at the IOSH Conference benefitted from more than 50 influential speakers, including 3 inspiring and prolific speakers: Baroness Karren Brady, who spoke about the obstacles she faced as a woman working in a male-dominated world; Explorer Ranulph Fiennes, who relayed his experiences of extreme safety and Britain's greatest Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy commenting on the marginal gains strategy he used to get him to where he is today.

We support Health and Safety Week 2015Health & Safety Week 15-19 June 2015 was commemorated for its focus on occupational health, with plenty of useful seminars and workshops and women from the UK Women in Health and Safety Forum, revealing what really drives them.

It was great to catch up with so many of our clients and delegates who stopped by the Astutis stand and took advantage of our free NEBOSH exam and revision guides, exclusive discounts and entered  our  competition to win e-learning courses or £150 of hotel vouchers.

Didn't make the Safety and Health Expo?

If you didn't make it to the Expo click to view our Safety & Health Expo 15 story.

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