Drama performances designed to send out health and safety messages
Posted by Ben Alexander
A number of drama performances have been launched in West Yorkshire as a means of delivering key safety and social messages to teenagers.
The productions have been partly funded by the Yorkshire branch of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and focus on topics such as road safety, domestic violence and drugs and alcohol.
Year one drama students from Huddersfield University will act out the performances.
IOSH Yorkshire Branch chair Michelle Muxworthy said: "The topics the students are covering are so diverse and show how important it is to make the right decisions for theirs and other people’s health and safety."
Ms Muxworthy stressed that is important for the next generation of people to become "risk savvy".
News of these drama performances follows the British Safety Council's announcement that an e-learning version of IOSH's Working Safely course can now be accessed.
It is designed to supply information regarding health and safety essentials, offering advice to people when it comes to keeping themselves safe at work.
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