17th & 18th January 2018

East of England showground, Peterborough

Lamma 18

Farm Safety Zone

Farm Safety Zone; Delivering Peace of Mind.

Safety Revolution believes that keeping staff and contractors safe in a farming environment is an ever increasing challenge across the industry. Welfare of staff is paramount to the smooth running of farms, estates and agri- businesses increasing productivity and improving efficiency in rural businesses.

At the Farm Safety Zone, come and meet one of Safety Revolution’s health and safety experts who will help you to assess the health and safety provision within your business. Whether you are unsure about CoSHH, need advice on training or are looking for ways in which to improve the attitude of your staff towards health and safety.

For a more detailed discussion, the Farm Safety Zone is hosting a series of seminars with specialists from inside and outside Safety Revolution, so that visitors get the most current health and safety information and specialist advice available for our industry.

To find out how Safety Revolution can help to improve staff welfare in your agricultural business, visit the Farm Safety Zone.



Safety Revolution Speakers

Wednesday 17th January 2018

Time Speaker Organisation Title of seminar
10am Ben Underwood Director CLA East Estate or Farm: Health and Safety matters
11am Sir Jim Paice Camgrain/ Former Farming Minister Co- operative working; communities, business and government
1pm Sue Draper Nestle Food Production and safety: strengthening the British Foodchain
2pm Client Board launch   Safety Revolution in conversation with clients


Thursday 18th January 2018

Time Speaker Organisation Title of seminar
10am  Alan Plom IoSH Rural Business vice chair/ Former HSE Advice from the board: Safety within rural workforces
1pm Olivia Midgley Head of News, Farmers Guardian  Agricultural health and safety is good news!
2pm James Chapman Nuffield Scholar My research: Changing the culture in rural industries


"We will reap the rewards from coming to LAMMA. Lots of leads, lots of requests for special orders, and building our profile has been something that has stood out for us exhibiting at LAMMA. I don't think you can put a monetary value on that at all." James Hudson, Director, JF Hudson (First time LAMMA exhibitor)

How to get there

East of England showground

Peterborough, PE2 6XE, UK

A free Shuttle bus service will run between Peterborough train station and the East of England Showground.  The service starts at 7am on both days, with the final bus leaving the showground at 5pm to return to the station, subject to local traffic conditions.


Headline sponsor

  • AFP

Innovation Awards sponsor

  • AFP

Farm Safety Zone sponsor

  • AFP

Media partners

  • Farmers Guardian
  • The farming forum