Our Associate Members provide invaluable support to Safety Health Environment’s (SHE) work to reduce inequalities and promote life-long health and well-being in low-income households and in the developing world.
Membership benefits include representation on the SHE advisory panel, invitations to SHE events, involvement with our research and campaigns, professional insight into policy developments, and networking opportunities.
SHE Advisory Panel
Associate Members sit on the SHE Advisory Panel, giving them the opportunity to engage with policymakers and researchers, and offer their perspectives and insights.
Access to Expertise
Associate Members will gain access to a wide range of subject matter experts, who will be able to advise, collaborate and contribute to their work. Our network includes internationally recognised experts working on a broad range of topics including: indoor air quality, toxicology, risk management, epidemiology, public affairs, medicine, and combustion science.
Associate Members are invited to our full calendar of roundtables, workshops and conferences, which offer invaluable opportunities for engagement with policymakers and experts. They will also receive summaries of our events and event-related policy documents.
Associate Members can offer input into SHE’s policy research and are interviewed as part of consultative research projects. Members are also given copies of our research publications.
Associate Members are involved with SHE’s campaigns, which aim to raise the profile of issues relating to healthy homes and the indoor environment. We also collaborate with other campaigns and activities, for example: Safety Through Technology, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Healthy Homes and Buildings, and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.
SHE produces a quarterly newsletter detailing all our activities and our related organisations, as well as relevant news in this policy area. We also send out detailed briefings to Associate Members, providing information and insight on key policy developments.
Associate Members can network with politicians, regulators, industry leaders, academics and other stakeholders at SHE events. Members can also reach the wider SHE stakeholder group by submitting news and press releases for inclusion in our quarterly newsletter.
Becoming a Member – The Benefits
Many organisations can benefit from becoming an Associate Member of SHE. Associate Members gain access to a variety of benefits that will represent and support their work, including representation on the advisory panel, networking opportunities with policymakers, and input into our research