A collaborative movement leading in health, safety and wellbeing, and supported by some of the highways sector’s biggest contractors.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
SH Mental Health Summit 20th June 2019, House of Commons
SH L!ve: 11th September 2019, Silverstone
SH Leadership Forum: November 2019
Following on from our highly successful year in 2018; 2019 promises a 12-month programme of events and support that will drive awareness and, more importantly, change in our industry.
Our mission is to promote strong leadership and effective communication across all levels of the sector, sharing best practice and innovation, and driving further improvement for the benefit of all our employees.
The theme for the 2019 Safer Highways Programme is Wellbeing, with a particular focus on Mental Health. We will be not only launching our inaugural Mental Health Summit, which is being held at the House of Commons on 20th June, but later on in the year we will be conducting the very first industry-wide ‘Road to Better Wellbeing Survey which will benchmark our sector’s implementation of the recommendations of the Stevenson-Farmer ‘Thriving at Work Report.’
SH Mental Health Summit
Thursday 20th June 2019
An invitation-only summit of 100 high-profile industry leaders coming together to cement their commitment to raising awareness of Mental Health across the Sector. The event will be chaired by Karl Simons, Chief Health Safety and Securities Officer at Thames Water and include Keynote presentations from Lord Dennis Stevenson and Paul Farmer, co-authors of the Prime Minister’s ‘Thriving at Work Report’.
Wednesday 11th September 2019
As part of our industry drive to promote collaboration to achieve better health, safety, and wellbeing within our sector, SAFER HIGHWAYS is proud to announce a brand new event for 2019 SHL!VE. The event will act as a showcase for groundbreaking innovations in safety and wellbeing and will present a unique opportunity for delegates to not only hear about but also see and experience what our peers are doing to innovate with the common goal of keeping those who work and travel upon our roads safe and well..
visit the SHL!VE website