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Workplace Wellbeing Show 2021 consists of a high level virtual conference, a virtual exhibition and an in-person exhibition, taking place throughout June & July. Mind continues to be the event’s official charity partner.
The virtual conference: Workplace Wellbeing Conference 2021
The Workplace Wellbeing Conference takes place online from 1st – 3rd June. It will feature in-depth content for anyone involved in leading wellbeing initiatives within their organisation, and will also guide anyone looking to support their own wellbeing or the wellbeing of the people they work.
The conference will bring together 40 expert speakers from a wide range of backgrounds. Their mix of professional achievements, lived experience and inspirational stories will help you deliver effective wellbeing initiatives and will help you support colleagues, and perhaps yourself. You can expect some healthy debate on the subject, too, as our virtual event platform will enable a truly interactive experience for delegates and speakers alike.
Plus hear from:
Ann Diment, Director, Work Safe and Well
Catherine Attfield, Head of Nutrition & Wellbeing, Artizan
Dee Arp, Chief Operating Officer, NEBOSH
Faye McGuiness, Director of Programmes, Education Support
Heather Beach, Founder, Healthy Work Company
Jennifer Webster, Occupational Psychologist, HSE
Jigna Patel, Managing Director, British Safety Council
John Pares, Head of EHS Field Organisation, Givaudan
Jonathan Gawthrop, Executive Director, Wellbeing, Sustainability & Assurance, EMCOR Group Ltd
Karen McDonnell, Policy Advisor, RoSPA
Marcus de Guingand, Managing Director, Third Pillar of Health Ltd.
Connect 2021, taking place online from 1-30 June, is your opportunity to come together with like-minded professionals to discuss wellbeing in the workplace. The month-long event will enable you to connect with fellow wellbeing leaders, find solutions to workplace wellbeing challenges and access thought-leadership content.
Speaking about Workplace Wellbeing Show’s virtual presence, Group Director Chris Edwards said: “While 2020 had its challenges for in-person events,Safety & Health Expo and Workplace Wellbeing Showwere able to innovate and bring the industry together remotely via online platforms and we are looking to further build on that success in 2021.”
The in-person exhibition: Workplace Wellbeing Show 2021
We’re getting ready to welcome workplace wellbeing professionals back together, face-to-face, from 12-14 July at ExCel, London.
Your safety will be at the heart of Workplace Wellbeing Show.
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.
Many businesses have begun to embrace the idea of flexible working and working from home and, in the current climate, more and more of us may find ourselves plunged into doing so for longer than the one to two days a week, which employers and employees adapt to fairly easily.
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.
‘Workplaces are becoming more open to discussing mental health, but work is still leading to poor mental health for many’
64% of employees feel that their organisation encourages openness and discussion around mental health, but 71% say work is still leading to poor mental health and 52% feel anxious at work, according to data from Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index.
Navigating the coronavirus pandemic: What does psychological research into wellbeing tell us?
As part of Workplace Wellbeing Digital Week last month, Workplace Wellbeing Show hosted a live and interactive webinar, with a panel consisting of Faye McGuinness, Head of Workplace Wellbeing Programmes (Strategy and Development), Mind, Jan Golding, CEO, Roots, Teresa Higgins, Brand Director, Barbour EHS and Ivan Robertson, Founding Director, Robertson Cooper Ltd. Here, SHP puts your questions to Ivan Robertson.
Safety & Health Expo 2019: What to look forward to
In the first of a series of blog posts Chris Edwards, Director for Safety & Health Expo, Facilities Show, Barbour EHS and SHP Online, looks ahead to Safety & Health Expo 2019 and talks about some of the things visitors can look forward too.