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Safety & Health Expo 2021 will be made up of a month-long virtual event in June, followed by an in-person event from 12-14 July at ExCeL, London.
As usual, the events (both virtual and in-person) will take place alongside Workplace Wellbeing Show, FIREX (fire safety), IFSEC (security), Intelligent Buildings and Facilities Show (facilities management).
Safety & Health Expo virtual event: Connect 2021
The large scale virtual event, Connect 2021, takes place online from 1-30 June 2021. It will be the first time the health and safety profession can come together digitally on such a large scale. It presents a unique opportunity for buyers to browse solution providers and products in an innovative online marketplace, connect with suppliers and request live video meetings. The event will feature a wide range of product demo videos with live Q&A, plus thought leadership webinars.
Speaking about Safety & Health Expo’s virtual presence, Group Director Chris Edwards said: “Safety & Health Expo succeeded in bringing the industry together remotely during 2020 when it was simply impossible to meet face to face. This year, we’ll be building on that success and significantly raising the bar in terms of the content and connections we’ll be delivering for exhibitors and attendees online during Safety & Health Expo Connect 2021.”
We’re getting ready to welcome the health and safety profession back to the UK’s largest dedicated health and safety event. Taking place at ExCeL London on 12-14 July, Safety & Health Expo is your first opportunity to network and do business face-to-face.
Your safety will be at the heart of Safety & Health Expo.
The event is organised by Informa Markets, the world’s leading exhibitions organiser, a business with 450 brands and 5.8million event attendees. Informa has collaborated with association partners, peers, venues, suppliers, contractors and health, government and local authorities to develop industry-wide All Secure standards that raise the bar on safe, hygienic, productive and high-quality organised event experiences. Informa AllSecure is how these standards are being adopted in our business.
All Informa events will be run according to official government and local authority guidance in the first instance, as well as any venue or location-specific regulations. In addition, all Informa events around the world, irrespective of format or location, will follow the ten Informa AllSecure priority commitments.
Safety & Health Expo is the perfect platform from which to reach engaged buyers and an unmissable opportunity to expand your brand’s reach. Research by FaceTime shows it has a demonstrable effect on the positive perception of your brand, which improves by 21% after a live event. In addition, exhibiting is 3x more effective as a marketing tool than print media.
Build connections with high-profile health and safety professionals – in 2019 28% of visitors were heads of department, c-suite or directors
Meet a varied cross-section of the profession – 21% of visitors worked in the construction sector
Prove the effectiveness of your products and solutions with exciting live demonstrations
Establish and strengthen your supply chain by meeting existing and new partners in pre-booked, face-to-face meetings
Plus, extend your reach into related areas with cross-over visitors from Workplace Wellbeing Show, FIREX (fire safety), IFSEC (security), Intelligent Buildings and Facilities Show (facilities management) – 67.4% of Safety & Health Expo visitors cross over
Safety & Health Expo is preparing to re-open its doors in July
Safety & Health Expo is gearing up to welcome back visitors and exhibitors to London’s ExCeL, from 12-14 July 2021. Here, Informa Markets Group Director, Chris Edwards, explains some of the work going on behind the scenes to make this happen.
‘The end of health and safety gone mad?’ – eBook launched to highlight the profession’s positive work
“The end of health and safety gone mad?” is a new eBook investigating the way the health and safety community has evolved and adapted to the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic. It explores growing positive media attention and the work performed by major health and safety associations, and asks how the profession may look going into 2021.