Details for Safer Highways L!ve 2020 revealed

Updated: Jan 31, 2020

Safer Highways 2020 15t & 16th September, Silverstone

The first details of this year’s Safer Highways Live 2020 conference ad exhibition have been announced, with the 2020 edition set to include even more content and more exhibitors showcasing the latest in safety, health and wellbeing innovation, concepts and services. 

Safer Highways 2020 will include over 95 hours of CPD accredited content across nine feature areas over two days covering a broad range of topics related to safety, health and wellbeing and in particular, the safety of road workers and  the latest thinking around making the roads safer for users. 

This year’s feature areas include the Innovation in Health, Safety and Wellbeing Challenge, Top-to-Toe Protection Theatre, the Skanska Wellbeing Theatre, NEBOSH Learning Zone, the dynamic outdoor displays and demonstrations as well as further opportunity to hire the iconic Silverstone pit lane to further promote the innovation across the sector. 

For the first time, the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transport (CIHT) will offer CPD accreditation for all the content at Safer Highways Live. Daniel Isichei, Director of Communications at CIHT said: “Health, Safety and Wellbeing are key themes for CIHT and we are pleased to support the Safer Highways event. We are looking forward to collaborating with the team to develop the content for this important event.”

Kevin Robinson, Chief Executive Officer of Safer Highways said: “After the phenomenal success of Safer Highways Live 2019, the plan this year is to build on that further by providing more important CPD accredited content. Much of this cannot be seen or heard at any other event in the industry. As well as this, speakers and exhibitors will help provide insight into the very latest thinking and innovation that will help keep roadworkers safe and save people’s lives on the network.”

Please email for more details on how to exhibit at Safer Highways Live 2020.

Click here to view the latest exhibition plan

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