‘World’s greatest living explorer’ to speak at ExCel London
One of the guest speakers at this year’s Safety and Health Expo is Sir Ranulph Fiennes, believed to be the world’s greatest living explorer.
On 17 June at 2.30pm, Sir Ranulph will be talking about ‘Agility and Ability to Perform Under Extreme Pressure’ at this year’s expo at ExCel London.
Pushing the boundaries of safety, Sir Ranulph was the first person to reach both North and South Poles by foot. He will be discussing how teamwork, persistence, agility and ability under extreme pressure has helped him through the most hazardous of situations.
Sir Ranulph also made it into the record books by completing seven marathons on seven continents in seven days soon after undergoing emergency heart surgery. He also scaled the North Face of the Eiger and at the age of 65, he become the oldest Briton to conquer Everest.
You can get a free ticket for the Expo by clicking the link here