Women in Health and Safety is a thriving network of people who support gender equality and want to see women flourish in our profession. We connect in-person and online. Our get-togethers are free to attend and open to all, and we actively encourage both men and women to join us.
There are currently two upcoming events:
Join the Women in Health and Safety LinkedIn group for further information and the latest updates.
Events have taken place all over the country, in cities including Norwich, London, Birmingham, Leicester, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Glasgow. For further information, see here:
SHP works with a committee to determine the best direction for Women in Health and Safety. We meet quarterly to assess feedback from past events. We also discuss plans for future events and come up with ideas to keep the network running effectively.
Another role of the the committee is to raise awareness of the network. For instance taking part in relevant SHP interviews, offering site visits at their workplaces and speaking at Women in Health and Safety events.
A Chairperson heads up the committee and a new Chairperson is selected each June. At the present time Heather Beach, Founder of The Healthy Work Company, is Chair. See below the current committee members.
If you’re interested in joining the committee for, either this year or in future, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact email@example.com
There are two different types of event you can run: mini-meets and forums. Both are a great way to promote your personal or corporate brand whilst supporting women in the profession.
Mini-meets are small, informal get-togethers. They don’t require much planning or organisation at all. Simply get a group together and talk about your experiences with issues affecting women in health and safety.
Forums are generally larger events, although there is no minimum number of delegates required. Forums must be open for all professionals within our community to attend.
For more information about running an event contact firstname.lastname@example.org