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Effectiveness of safety signs in construction projects highlighted

14th October 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

Health and safety signage can prove useful as a way to provide information about alternative access routes when redevelopment work is taking place.

Part of Bexhill-on-Sea's historic promenade will close temporarily later this month for improvement works – and warning signs will be put in place to help provide guidance for people while the resurfacing development takes place.

According to the Bexhill-on-Sea Observer, the promenade will close from next Monday, in order to allow resurfacing work to take place, making the footpath on West Parade more even after years of being treaded on by visitors.

Safety signs will be in place across the site to advise on alternative access, the newspaper reported. The seawall will also be washed and new railings fitted.

Thanking residents for their time and patience while the work is being completed, town councillor and project sponsor Christopher Starnes told the newspaper: "The project is being delivered on time and on budget. By choosing this method of resurfacing we can ensure the seafront is closed for as short a time as possible."

Bexhill-on-Sea is a popular tourist location, offering stunning castles and a raft of other attractions.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800115586-ADNFCR


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