Health and safety events
Our training courses are developed to include practical guidance around regulations and are delivered by experts to help organisations comply with the law and keep workforces healthy and safe.
Some of our most popular courses are now delivered live online. We’ve made sure that you will still have a direct dialogue with our experts, a high level of interaction with the other attendees, and lots of opportunities to ask questions, just as you would in a normal training environment. Printed course material will be delivered directly to you.
HSE’s Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD) hosts a wide range of events which are aimed at providing training and updates on many aspects of pesticides, biocides and chemicals regulation.
Events and conferences
See below for a selection of upcoming events organised by HSE or where HSE has significant involvement (ranging from providing speakers to taking part in an exhibition). We do not endorse any of the events listed below run by other organisations.
- Safety, Health and Wellbeing Live
14 - 15 February 2023, Manchester Central
HSE will be speaking and exhibiting at this free live event, which offers the occupational safety and health community essential educational, networking and procurement opportunities.
- Business Revival Show
15 - 16 March 2023, Excel London
Come and speak to HSE at this 2-day event that will feature topics including remote/hybrid working, corporate wellbeing and business innovation.
- Safe Net Zero 2023 - Hydrogen
21 - 22 March 2023, QEII Exhibition Centre, London
An event from HSE to connect, share knowledge and gain insight into the safe development of hydrgogen technologies.
- Health and Safety Event
25 - 27 April 2023, Birmingham NEC
HSE will be speaking and exhibiting at this event, which is dedicated to improving occupational health and safety standards.
- Safety and Health Excellence Awards
26 April 2023, Birmingham NEC
Submit a nomination for the SHE Awards which this year will feature a new category on best use of health and safety data to lower incident rates, sponsored by the Discovering Safety Programme.