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Keyline upgrades vehicles to meet health and safety rules

14th February 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Keyline has upgraded 14 vehicles that operate along the Crossrail route, ensuring that they abide by health and safety regulations.

The firm provides heavy building materials to the rail industry and has developed advanced safety devices, ranging from close proximity mirrors to side sensors that notify the driver of any nearby vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists.

Richard Wade, rail sector manager at Keyline, said: "We have already invested more than £100,000 in safety equipment and our drivers undertake more than 30 hours of training each year to ensure we exceed the needs of Crossrail."

Mr Wade commented that Keyline is devoted to attaining the highest levels of health and safety.

News of Keyline's latest upgrades follows a statement from the Health and Safety Executive's Judith Hackitt, who believes that firms should try to develop health and safety solutions at the start of their processes, which may lead to the introduction of safety signage.

Ms Hackitt believes that, by doing this, companies can save time and money.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801291944-ADNFCR


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