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More health and safety experts considering sustainability, expert says

29th July 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

A higher number of health and safety specialists are now paying more attention to sustainability, which may lead to the introduction of new kinds of safety signage.

Several people in health and safety jobs see a strong balance between the importance of occupational health and safety and an integrated approach to sustainability, according to Acre.

Acre Resources managing director Andy Cartland said: "We are increasingly seeing health and safety jobs that have elements of sustainability – we were recently engaged on role for a major wind turbine manufacturer that was 30 per cent sustainability and 70 per cent health and safety."

The company also noted that sustainability reporting is often partnered with health and safety reporting.

Businesses that effectively implement health and safety measures could be candidates for awards, as recently illustrated by an article in the Star which revealed that project manager Gary Williams collected a prize for his work on The Crossings in Hull. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800638574-ADNFCR


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