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Safety signs review held at Brancaster beach

18th October 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A safety review has been held at a beach in Brancaster to investigate if additional safety signs should be introduced.

EDP24 has reported that Hunstanton Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) made a presentation to the National Trust regarding the need for more safety warnings after three sisters were almost swept away by the sea.

Geoff Needham, spokesman for Hunstanton RNLI, told the news provider: "We made clear our concerns over if there was any way to make people more aware. The presentation was well-received and they took it very seriously."

Mr Needham believes many of the signs on the beach could be better positioned, warning that people can get caught out by fast currents as they enter the sea.

He said that the first notice many people see is one promoting the local golf course, rather than any highlighting safety hazards.

People should ensure they look out for safety signs when at beaches, as there is always a danger of being injured by fast tides and other hazards.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801651089-ADNFCR


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