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Slough firms to receive safety training and guidance

30th March 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Businesses in Berkshire are set to receive specialist advice about the importance of warning signs and other health and safety measures in the workplace.

The Estates Excellence project will see Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspectors conduct advisory visits to firms in the Slough area in the coming weeks.

Free workshops, training and tailored guidance will be offered, while companies will also receive free access to occupational health testing for noise, vibration, dermatitis and lung function.

A number of partners have been signed up for the initiative, such as Slough Borough Council, Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue, and the Federation of Small Businesses.

"We welcome the involvement of Slough Borough Council in this wide-reaching project," said the HSE's Heather Bryant, who is the project director.

"There has been a great response from business to this work in other regions and we aim to help many local Slough businesses in the coming weeks."

The advisory visits will take place between April 19th and 30th, while the training sessions and workshops are pencilled in for May 17th to 28th.

Another project currently being championed by the HSE is the Shattered Lives campaign, which aims to advise on the dangers of slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

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