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Gloucestershire farmers helped with health and safety

11th November 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Adam Henson last week hosted a safety event for farmers in the Gloucestershire area, which may have prompted farmers to reconsider their warning signs.

Roughly 250 farmers attended the Health and Safety Executive's (HSE) event at Farm Park on November 1st, where they received practical demonstrations on workplace transport, such as trailer braking and maintenance, reports the Tewkesbury Admag.

Mr Henson said: "From going to several HSE events in the past, my awareness of the number of incidents and fatalities on farms has grown and it horrifies me."

He noted that farming is an exciting industry, but telling people of its dangers takes the "cream off the cake".

It follows the news that Manchester Central has adopted the eGuide, which is a health and safety document that acts as the common regulative policy for major UK exhibition venues.

The guidance was created by the Association of Event Venues (AEV) and the Manchester site will use it as its primary health and safety rule book.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801045936-ADNFCR


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