Rail Wellbeing Live

Inspiring healthy lives across the railway

On 17 & 18 November, the rail industry came 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, the event gave everyone an opportunity to take part, from CEO to front line colleague, across the whole of our amazing industry. Importantly, it was completely FREE.

Missed any of the sessions or would like to watch them again? Register on the event’s website to watch all the content on-demand until Thursday 2 December.

Still want more? There’s plenty of sessions still available from last year for you to view on demand right here. Check out our Wellbeing Library today.

Rail Wellbeing Live

Inspiring healthy lives across the railway

Thousands of you tuned into this year’s FREE online event to listen to 135 inspirational speaks deliver over 50 hours of wellbeing sessions and workshops.

  • Four programmes
  • Two days
  • 16,000 people

What to expect at Rail Wellbeing Live

Diverse speakers. Practical advice. A chance to make a change.

Learn from the experts

Rail Wellbeing Live is about bringing together different wellbeing professionals, each with their own area of expertise. Through our annual event, monthly Wellbeing Wednesdays and 5-Minute Wellbeing we give you the information you need to make a change.

Get practical advice

Want to know more about handling money worries, or need some simple exercises to help with back pain? Revisit sessions through our Wellbeing Library to get practical advice from industry professionals.

Develop new habits

Join us each month for Wellbeing Wednesday and see how making simple changes in your daily life, can have a positive impact on your physical and mental wellbeing.

Be part of the change

This initiative is about you and the changes you want to make. However, those changes are so beneficial to the wider rail industry. We want to open up conversations about illness and mental health issues and build a better industry for the future.