Rail Wellbeing Live returns even bigger and better on 17 & 18 November 2021.
Once again, the rail industry will come together to put the focus firmly on our health & wellbeing, with an exciting ‘pick n mix’ programme of inspiring speakers, physical activities, and workshops.
Thanks to the support and commitment of our sponsors, we’re building an event that gives everyone an opportunity to take part, from CEO to frontline colleague, across the whole of our amazing industry. Importantly, we are still completely FREE.
Using our simple interactive virtual platform, you will be able to build your own wellbeing itinerary, picking sessions that are the most fun, relevant, and interesting to you.
Rail Wellbeing Live
The biggest rail wellbeing event will be even bigger and better!
We are going to be brimming with great content at this year’s event, on 17 & 18 November. No need to wait that long though, there's still plenty of sessions available from last year for you to view on demand right here. Check out our Wellbeing Library today.
What to expect at Rail Wellbeing Live
Diverse speakers. Practical advice. A chance to make a change.
Learn from the experts
Get practical advice
Develop new habits
Be part of the change
John Halsall | Chair, Rail Wellbeing Alliance
Rail Wellbeing Live is a chance to put health and wellbeing at the top of the agenda and show how small changes can often deliver big results meaning healthier and happier lives for us, our families and our colleagues.
David Statham | Managing Director, Southeastern Railway
I know from talking to colleagues across the railway that these are difficult times for many people’s mental and physical health. Rail Wellbeing couldn’t come at a better time to help us all be better prepared and better informed.
Lizi Stewart | Managing Director UK Transportation, Atkins
I am delighted to be part of Rail Wellbeing Live, where we are determined to help inspire healthy lives across the rail sector.
Dr Richard Peters | Chief Medical Officer, Network Rail
To maintain and run a railway fit for the future, we need a workforce fit for the future. Health and Wellbeing is central to everything we do and with the continued effects of this current pandemic, the balance of health on work and work on health becomes ever more important for all of us. Let us all become health leaders, learn and educate ourselves and others. Please join Rail Wellbeing Live.