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Firms advised to plan first aid training in 2012

23rd December 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Firms in Wiltshire have been told to make first aid and health and safety training a priority, which may lead to many employees installing warning signs.

St John Ambulance has told employers to ensure that the welfare of their staff is safeguarded in 2012. In order to improve health and safety, the charity has put on a range of workplace first aid courses in Swindon, Salisbury and other regions, reports the Swindon Advertiser.

Trainer Christian Hughes told the newspaper: "Many employers put health and safety and first aid training at the top of their agenda but some leave it to chance.

"As Christmas and New Year can be a quiet time maybe it is time for businesses to review and plan their training agenda for 2012."

Recently, the Dumfries and Galloway Standard reported that Carrutherstown Primary School will receive a new vehicle-activated safety sign.

It is to be installed as a means of tackling traffic dangers.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801248582-ADNFCR


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