Welcome to The Kent Health and Safety Group.

Alan Butler GOLD Award Winners 2019


Welcome to the Kent Health and Safety Group’s website. The committee work hard throughout the year to bring a varied and interesting programme. Visitors are always welcome to attend any meeting to see what we are about, meet us and discuss joining the group. There is a cup of tea, biscuit and friendly smile awaiting you

The Groups next meeting will be on 6th February at Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce. Meeting from 13:30 for Networking, with the meeting commencing at 14:00.

For directions and a map please see here

March and May Site Visits

On 5th March and 14th May the Kent Health and Safety Group will be having site visits to Countrystyle Recycling at Ridham, Sittingbourne. There are very limited places on each visit. If you'd like to attend either date then please book your place at admin@khsg.co.uk. The March date is almost full

Corporate Partners 

The group would like to extend a warm welcome to our new Corporate Partners. These are Kent businesses that share Kent Health and Safety Groups passion to make Kent a safer and healthier place to work. Please visit our dedicated page to find out more about our Corporate Partners. If you are a Kent based business that is actively involved in Health and Safety and are interested in becoming a Corporate Partner please contact us using the Contact Us button below


Latest News! 

The Kent Health & Safety Group are delighted to have been awarded a Gold Award by Safety Groups UK at the Annual Alan Butler Excellence Awards. This is a mark of our progress and the dedication and hard work of the committee and memebers

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  • LOcHER Project & Safety Groups UK

    The LOcHER project is bringing real innovation in the communication of Occupational Health Risks in the workplace. This is being driven by college students. Visit the web page to find out more and how we can learn about how to communicate better

  • Proud Members of Safety Groups UK 2020