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Posted by Jessica Wade on May 21, 2015

Three ways to make the most of your Safety & Health Expo visit

Height, Lift and Shift have put together their top tips on how to make the most of your time at the Safety and Health Expo 2015.

 Height, Lift & Shift are excited to be attending the Safety and Health Expo taking place on 16th-18th June at London Excel. After attending in previous years we believe it is a great chance to discover the latest innovations from over 350 market leading companies, receive the latest news on legislation and a chance to network with peers. HLS have put together their top tips on how to make the most of your time at the Safety and Health Expo 


1.       Make a list of who to visit

With over 300 exhibitors it's easy to get overwhelmed. So why not list the key people you want to visit? The best way to do this is to contact them ahead of time and book a meeting slot to ensure you get some real face time. HLS will be on stand Q1815, if you're visiting pop by and talk to a member of our team to review your working at height requirements. Alternatively book a dedicated time slot, by calling us in advance on: 0113 287 8446 

  2.       List and book onto seminars

The Expo is a great chance to gain industry insight, educational content from industry leaders and critical up to date advice on legislation. Make the most of this opportunity and go to as many relevant seminars are you can and soak up as much information as possible. With over 50 seminar session scheduled you are sure to find something relevant to your industry, and make sure you're on top of your CPD.

  3.       Network!

One of the best things about Safety & Health Expo is the chance to make new connections. Make the effort to meet new people, and start building a professional network.



Topics: Safety and Health Expo, News

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