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Pembrokeshire pupil collects health and safety award

2nd January 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A Pembrokeshire pupil's portrayal of a road safety message has led to a health and safety award.

Alfie Evans from Tenby Junior School created a postcard to underline the importance of travelling at safe speeds, with his design winning the Welsh category of the Two-Zero Hero competition, reports the Western Telegraph.

The Sustrans charity ran the award, which was judged by BBC Coast presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff.

Speaking to the news provider, National director of Sustrans Cymru, Lee Waters, said: "Sustrans’ Bike It programme shows that by working with pupils and teachers, it is possible to dramatically increase the numbers of pupils cycling to school."

Mr Waters went on to say that area-wide 20mph zones would save money for public health, education and transport budgets.

Recently, a Dublin worker was honoured by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) after highlighting the importance of protecting people's wellbeing at work.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801515087-ADNFCR


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