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Improved health and safety signage for British Schools Museum

28th September 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

A museum in Hertfordshire has secured £25,000 in community facilities funding and will use some of the money to improve its health and safety signage.

The British Schools Museum, in Hitchin, successfully applied for a Biffaward through its partnership with Groundwork Hertfordshire.

Door signs and health and safety signage will be modified, alongside improvements to the electrical wiring system at the museum site. Old storage heaters, no longer fit for purpose, will be replaced with energy efficient ones.

Finally, the installation of radiator valves will complete the project, working to enhance "the museum experience for visitors, volunteers, staff and the community".

Biffaward injects money into projects that seek to create "vibrant communities". It is an environment fund managed by the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts and uses landfill tax credits donated by Biffa.

Since its inception in 1997 it has given over £100 million to different projects.

This month the Centre building in Brighton put up new health and safety signage as part of a £350,000 improvement programme.


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