SHL!ve opens this Thursday - But there is still time to register
Updated: Sep 26, 2022
SHL!ve to open this Thursday.
With just days to go until this year's event, final reparations are well underway for this year's SHL!ve .
To be held at East Midlands Conference Centre on 29th September 2022. The event will incorporate both Respect our Roadworkers week and The Big Idea, with the live final in the afternoon of the full day programme.
SH L!ve is made up of indoor and outdoor exhibition zones showcasing the latest innovation, products, concepts and services in the health, safety and wellbeing sector, alongside several unique feature areas that will bring all the latest insight.
It remains the only free to attend industry-wide event targeted at those who are responsible for carrying out works on our public highways safely.
Some of Our Speakers
Tom Chapman - Lions Barbers Collective
Founded byTom Chapman after losing a friend to suicide the Lions Barber Collective, an international group of barbers who have undergone training in how to recognise symptoms of mental ill health in clients and signpost them to relevant support services.
Meera Naran MBE
In May 2018, I lost my eight-year-old son Dev, on a smart motorway crash on the M6. Since that time, I have successfully campaigned alongside the AA for the adoption of 18 national policy changes with a commitment from the Department for Transport to spend an extra £5m on an education campaign.
Jason Anker MBE
Jason Anker was paralysed from the waist down due to an avoidable incident, For 29 years he was unable to talk openly about his experience of a work related major incident. This is reflected in a story that is very raw; and heartfelt.
Danny Sculthorpe MBE
Danny has struggled with suicidal thoughts after he became injured and his rugby career ended.
He now works as a mental health ambassador sharing his story with others with the aim of raising awareness.
Big Ian Donaghy
Big Ian is more than a speaker, he is also a doer. He works tirelessly to raise dementia awareness and combat loneliness, always focusing on the individual drawing on his experience of 20 years teaching young people with learning difficulties, and nearly 10 years in the world of care.
What to expect