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Businesses urged to work harder on health and safety

1st August 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Business owners should boost health and safety procedures within their company in order to protect the wellbeing of workers.

This is according to, which has called on organisations to buy safety signs from a dependable source and tighten security measures throughout their operations.

It also urged that personal protective equipment needs to be promoted among staff, while health and safety training should be offered to all employees.

Matt Hornsby, a spokesman for the online resource, said: "Many companies try to cut corners, to reduce costs, but this is simply unacceptable. We might be in a double-dip recession, but there's no need to put staff members at risk."

Mr Hornsby explained that hard hats, ear muffs, protective gloves and steel toe boots could all help to protect workers from injury.

Businesses that have already adopted a health and safety policy should also ensure that they review it over time, correcting any rules that may still be putting staff at risk.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801419770-ADNFCR


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