We’re proud to be once again partnering with The SHE Show North East. Taking place on 26th April 2022 at St James’ Park, Newcastle United Football Ground, follows in the footsteps of the recent SHE Show North East and SHE Show South and promises to be another must-attend event in every HSE leader’s diary.
With an exciting six-part Conference Programme, the dynamic line-up of speakers and content will inspire, motivate and provide lots of new thought patterns.
This year, it’s all about…. PEOPLE, BEHAVIOUR AND CULTURE CHANGE.
Overcoming Adversity & Resilience
Mental Health & Wellbeing
Behaviour & Culture Change
Climate Change & Sustainability
Legal Advice & Updates
View the full Conference Programme here.
Book your ticket here. For a 10% ticket discount, enter SP10 at checkout.
Along with the action-packed content programme, attendees can also take advantage of spending time with their peers at a networking dinner, taking place the evening prior. For dinner and accommodation options, please click here.
Join us – we hope to see you there!
About The SHE Show: The SHE (Safety, Health and Environment) Show Conference and Exhibition is an annual series of events all about People, Behaviour and Culture Change, focusing on 6 key elements; Inspirational Leadership, Climate Change and Sustainability, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Behaviour and Culture Change, Overcoming Adversity and Resilience and Legal Advice and Updates.
Each event attracts 200-250 delegates. Initially targeting senior SHE Managers, Heads of SHE and SHE Directors from cross-sectoral industries – who form the vast majority of our audience.
The forward-thinking and out of the box nature of the event also attracts Senior Managers/Directors outside of the SHE arena, such as HR, Procurement, Quality, Operations, Facilities, Corporate Social Responsibilities, Compliance, Technical, CEO/COO and Managing Directors. This emphasises the importance of creating a successful SHE culture within any organisation. The message must resonate throughout all departments and not just focus on “converting” the “converted” to view Safety, Health and Environment as a value and not just a value priority.