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RoSPA looks for help with safety guidance

23rd November 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) and the Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS UK) have asked employers running inland water sites to alter safety guidance.

The two groups want to hear from those who will be most affected by any changes to the Safety at Inland Water Sites guidelines, including firms that specialise in water sports and fishing.

Opinions can be expressed in an online consultation survey, which has to be completed before midnight on December 7th.

David Walker, RoSPA's leisure safety manager, said: "Getting feedback from people on the ground who will use this document is important to RoSPA and the RLSS UK. We particularly want opinions on the best way for us to proceed, what people think of the document and how useful they think it is to their organisation."

RoSPA is also now accepting applications for the fifth round of funding for its accident prevention scholarship, which is being run alongside British Nuclear Fuels.

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