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Health and safety signage for Cornwall's new disabled venue

17th December 2010 | Office Signs, Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

Easy-to-read health and safety signage and door signs are part of a Cornwall disabled charity's impressive new premises.

Disability Cornwall, the Falmouth and Penryn Packet reported, formally opened the Warehouse, an accessible venue which will be the charity's primary base in Hayle, at a ceremony this week.

Marking the International Day of Disabled People, residents were able to visit the Warehouse as part of an open day, learning about how the charity helps people around the county.

As well as health and safety signage, the centre hosts a conference room, meeting rooms, accessible kitchen and bathrooms, a hearing loop system and a wheelchair entrance.

Executive director of Disability Cornwall, Jane Johnson, told the newspaper: "Holding the launch of the Warehouse around International Day for Disabled People helps us recognise and celebrate together the positive role disabled people play in society by promoting inclusion, independence and choice."

According to, there are over 100,000 disabled people living in Cornwall.


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