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Women in Health and Safety is a thriving network of people who support gender equality and want to see women flourish in the health & safety profession. The group connect in-person and online. Its get-togethers are free to attend and open to all, and both men and women are actively encouraged to join. Click here for more: https://www.shponline.co.uk/women-in-health-and-safety/
June 23, 2022

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Introducing… Safety Thirst!

Interested in an informal meet up with fellow safety professionals? The Women in Health & Safety Network is launching Safety Thirst, a series of informal networking events for male and female safety professionals in pubs across the UK.

Networking at Safety & Health expoWanting to chat safety with like minded people, find a mentor or be one yourself? Looking to bring along a friend who might have an interest in joining the profession?

Don’t be shy – come to a safety thirst event!

13 July, 17:30, London

The inaugural Safety Thirst event will take place in London on 13 July at the Moretown Belle in London E1 (a short walk from the Tower of London). Members of the Women in Health & Safety Committee will be there from 17:30, wearing their WiHS lanyards. So pop along and enjoy a drink and a chat.

Women in Health & Safety want to run Safety Thirst events throughout the UK, so look out for events in your area. And if you are interested in hosting one, please do get in touch with Claire Saunders.

For more information about the Women in Health and Safety network see our hub page here.

To learn more about the Women in Health & Safety Network workstreams and mailing list, click here.

Read more from our Women in Health & Safety interview series.

Ensuring a safe return to face-to-face events

In this episode of the Safety & Health Podcast, we speak to an events venue, London’s ExCeL, and an events business, Informa Markets, to discover how they have worked alongside industry associations and government to secure a swift and safe return to face-to-face events, in a post-pandemic world.

Click here to listen to this episode of the Safety & Health Podcast.

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