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Barnstone firm teaches children health and safety lessons

13th July 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

A firm from Barnstone has taught school pupils the significance of health and safety and may have boosted their knowledge of safety signage.

Langar Primary School sent 88 schoolchildren to Lafarge Cement's plant in the Vale of Belvor, where they participated in a number of activities to commemorate the site's health and safety month in June, reports the Grantham Journal.

Plant manager Chris Stephens told the news provider: "There is a real passion for health safety and the environment at Barnstone.

"The Barnstone team is very much looking forward to demonstrating our complete commitment in this area."

Included in the day was a full site tour, harness, first aid and road safety demonstrations as well as a judging of safety slogans.

A Stretton resident recently told the Burton Mail that warning signs should be erected in the River Dove area after health and safety concerns were raised.

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