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Leeds firms 'to be inspected for safety signs and precautions'

9th November 2009 | Health and Safety Signs

Businesses in the Leeds area are expecting to see a renewed focus on health and safety as part of a new initiative being launched by the council, which could involve checking the necessary safety signs are in place.

Leeds City Council and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will be running a Targeted Inspection campaign between November 9th and the 20th which aims to reduce the number of injuries in the workplace.

John Rowe, principal inspector for the HSE, claims that this initiative will involve a number of partners working together to achieve a real difference in standards, which could involve the introduction of new safety signs.

"Companies will be given all the support they need to turn their workplaces into safer, healthier working environments," he states.

In other news, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council recently announced that it has signed the Sensible Risk charter to help it protect its workers from harm.ADNFCR-2754-ID-19449044-ADNFCR


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