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SH L!ve - where the industry gets back to business

Updated: Apr 13

Don’t miss out on exhibiting at this year’s SH L!ve-the first opportunity for the industry to come together after a challenging and unprecedented year.



SHL!ve brings together senior directors and managers not only from the health, safety and wellbeing sector but also from the wider public and private highways industry including local authorities, Tier 1 and 2 contractors and representatives from key highway organisations. In essence, SHL!ve is where the whole supply chain comes together. 


The event has turned into a major two-day experience with a number of features, hubs and experience areas all dedicated to bringing you the latest thought leadership, case studies, technical presentations and innovation challenges plus products, concepts, and services related, not only to the health, safety and wellbeing sector but the wider highways sector.  e will approach these subjects in a positive and sensitive manner, for the greater good of the sector and the safety of its workforce as well as the traveling public.  

This also means that SHL!ve will be this year's first major event opportunity to discuss, debate and engage on recent best practice and the latest thinking around health, safety and wellbeing, as well as important government policies including the start of RIS2 and the implementation of safety changes to smart motorways. Through our content and exhibition, we will approach these subjects in a positive and sensitive manner, for the greater good of the sector and the safety of its workforce as well as the travelling public. 


As someone who engages with the Safer Highways organisation on a regular basis or may have attended SH L!ve in the past, make sure your company is a part of this year’s SH L!ve experience. 





The unfortunate outbreak of Coronavirus has sent shockwaves around the country and Safer Highways, organiser of SHL!ve, is, more than ever, committed to supporting and promoting those organisation’s whose priority it is to deliver health, safety and wellbeing programmes both for workers and the general public. 

This also means that SHL!ve will be this year's first major event opportunity to discuss, debate and engage on recent best practice and the latest thinking around health, safety and wellbeing, as well as important government policies including the start of RIS2 and the implementation of safety changes to smart motorways. Through our content and exhibition, we will approach these subjects in a positive and sensitive manner, for the greater good of the sector and the safety of its workforce as well as the travelling public. 


The event has turned into a major two-day experience with a number of features, hubs and experience areas all dedicated to bringing you the latest thought leadership, case studies, technical presentations and innovation challenges plus products, concepts, and services related, not only to the health, safety and wellbeing sector, but the wider highways sector. 




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