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Keep on top of your health and safety signage, firms urged

19th November 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

The importance of managing health and safety signage has been highlighted after a shop in Cumbria was given the go-ahead to relocate despite concerns over its signage.

Empire Carpets has been given retrospective permission to move to its new site on Wilkie Road in Barrow-in-Furness, the North West Evening Mail reports.

The firm was forced to look for new premises after its previous base, a discount retail centre, closed down in July this year.

Councillors approved the proposal, but warned that health and safety signage at the area should be properly monitored given issues at the previous site.

"What I am saying is that we need to keep on top of his signage and where he parks his trailers," councillor Eric Wood was quoted by the newspaper as saying.

"We have to do our best to stop him leaving stuff on street corners or car parks," he added.

Recently, a free event offering companies in Cumbria guidance on keeping workers safe, including advice on the use of health and safety signage, was held at Durranhill Industrial Estate.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800245763-ADNFCR


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