Safety Signs News

Could an Edinburgh gym be closed amid safety worries?

13th October 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Edinburgh's first ever 24-hour gym has been threatened with closure after city council chiefs deemed it as a risk to public health and safety, indicating that safety signage may not even be enough to rescue the centre.

Pure Gym, which is based on the site of the old Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, has been enabling people to use the gym overnight when no staff are on duty, reports the Edinburgh Evening News.

Council chiefs have expressed their concern that people using weights at unstaffed times may be in danger.

Martin Rich, licensing manager for the city council, told the newspaper: "The reason for this condition is to protect both the health and public safety of the users of the gym."

The Surrey Comet has revealed that parents in Surrey are campaigning against proposals for a mobile phone mast to be installed inside a church that is located near a Kingston primary school.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800757198-ADNFCR


There are no results for this search


Related Articles

Add £50 for free Standard shipping

Customer Feedback:

Safety Signs products and graphics © 2009 Viking Signs Ltd. eCommerce website © 2009 Mew Media Ltd.