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Fife event 'may stress value of construction safety signs'

2nd November 2009 | Construction Signs

An event in Fife is being held to improve standards on Scottish building sites and could highlight the importance of construction safety signs.

The Working Well Together campaign's health and safety session is designed to help small and medium-sized enterprises reduce the risks of accidents occurring at their sites.

Among the topics that will be covered are loading and offloading, falls and equipment and plant health and safety, as well as shoring and working in confined spaces.

Iain Brodie, principal inspector of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), claims that there is a real need for action to be taken to improve standards in the industry, which could include using construction safety signs.

He says: "Events like these are designed to provide workers and company owners with the skills and knowledge they need to protect themselves."

In other news, the HSE has warned firms to ensure safety standards remain high among employees dealing with hazardous substances, which could involve deploying safety signs.ADNFCR-2754-ID-19438473-ADNFCR


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