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Warning signs 'may protect workers' wellbeing'

3rd December 2009 | Warning Signs

One health and safety expert has advised companies to take measures to ensure that workers are not exposed to dangerous substances, illustrating the importance of warning signs. As exposure could lead to serious health problems and large fines, Mark Welsh, an inspector for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), said it is imperative that firms put precautions in place to safeguard their employees. He said it is particularly important that any businesses which have been found guilty of breaching health and safety regulations put up warning signs and take measures to make the premises safe. "It is vital that they take the correct steps to prevent a similar situation. [The] HSE has produced a lot of practical advice and guidance for employers about this issue," Mr Welsh said. Meanwhile, HSE principal inspector Steve Hull, who is leading the Boat Safety campaign, recently said that precautions, such as safety signs, can help to protect employees working in dark conditions.


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