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Warning signs to help the big chill?

29th November 2010 | Warning Signs, Health and Safety Signs, Door Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

Firms may want to consider installing or improving door signs and health and safety signage at their premises to protect their workers during bad weather.

On Saturday night, parts of the UK recorded the coldest November temperatures on record and this morning, people in Scotland and parts of northern England woke up to fresh snowfall.

The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for widespread icy roads in most of Scotland and Northern Ireland and heavy snow across the UK.

Steve Willington, the Met Office's chief forecaster, said: "The very low overnight temperatures we have seen are likely to be repeated through the coming week as the cold and snowy weather continues. As winds increase into next week, it will feel increasingly cold with a significant wind chill to contend with by day and night.

"Icy roads and snow will be a risk for many, and the public are advised to stay up to date with the forecast to make sure they have the latest information."

Health and safety signage could be used in the workplace, for example, to ensure employees manoeuvre properly in the staff car park and door signs within premises could reduce the risk of slips and trips.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800259386-ADNFCR


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