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Children's swing deemed 'health and safety risk'

21st October 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A children's swing in Spalding has been regarded as a health and safety risk, indicating to businesses the kind of structures that may require safety signs.

Mother Jill Jellyman installed the swing on a plot of land in Delgate Bank for her children, though she has now been told that it must be removed before November 5th, or it will be taken down by Weston Parish Council, according to the Spalding Guardian.

Ms Jellyman told the newspaper: "This is the only way I get the children down there with me.

"This seems petty – I would like them to tell me what rule I am actually in breach of."

She continued by saying that other allotments are allowed similar structures and was unsure why hers is being forced to come down.

Her comments come after HSE Passport introduced a new blog, which aims to boost companies' awareness of health and safety legislation. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800771244-ADNFCR


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