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Thurrock businesses urged to pick up health and safety help

21st June 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Small businesses in Thurrock have been urged to take up the chance to collect health and safety help through a new initiative.

Companies can make use of the Estates Excellence partnership in order to decrease the expenses associated with health and safety and manage risks in their workplace, according to Your Thurrock.

As part of the initiative, councils and other organisations will provide their expertise to advise small firms on how they can lower the likelihood of injuries in their workplaces.

Speaking to the news provider, Thurrock Council’s portfolio holder for public protection, councillor Angie Gaywood said: "It’s a golden opportunity for our local hard pressed small firms to benefit from free, good quality, tailored advice and get management of real risks right."

It is always beneficial to have effective health and safety measures in a workplace, as it will keep workers free of injury and demonstrate to new recruits that a lot is being done to ensure their wellbeing.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801389944-ADNFCR


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