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New lighting at Gorgon Gas project meets health and safety needs

12th September 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Cooper Crouse-Hinds (CCH) has developed an explosion-proof fluorescent light fitting for the Chevron-operated Gorgon project, ensuring that workers can still see warning signs.

While installing the lighting, the firm had to ensure that it adhered to all requirements in regards to health and safety protection, while guaranteeing that the health of the local turtle population was not hampered.

Graham Doran, Europe director of the global projects group at CCH, said: "One group wants a lighting solution that is as bright as possible, so that plant personnel can carry out their work in safe, bright lighting conditions, whereas another requires anti-reflective lights that are as dim as possible."

Compass Estate Agents has revealed that Claire Sinclair, the director of Fodders Fine Foods, has criticised a new code of conduct for alfresco diners.

The code means that every outdoor dining enclosure requires a litter bin, smoking or no smoking signs and no music.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800725669-ADNFCR


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