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IOSH Training Roadshow scheduled in Cambridgeshire

1st September 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has organised a Training Roadshow in Cambridgeshire on September 22nd, which may heighten workers' awareness of safety signs.

This event will feature talks from former naval officer Phil Olley, who collapsed with anaphylactic shock in 1999 and stopped breathing. As part of the event, he will be discussing his experiences and how health and safety can be improved.

Mr Olley said: "I want them to go away inspired, and focused, not just to do things a little differently, but to feel they have permission to be creative with their training, and to unleash their true potential."

He expressed his hope that participants in the Training Roadshow can learn from his experiences.

Last month, Andy Parsons, HR director at Bluefin, told Bristol 24-7 that companies in Bristol who take workers on placements need to be aware of safety signs.

Mr Parsons warned that businesses which do not adhere to health and safety regulations could be hit with hidden costs.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800716025-ADNFCR


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