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Shattered Lives campaign gains support

Shattered Lives campaign gains support


The Connage Highland Dairy is offering its support for the campaign which highlights the consequences of slips, trips and falls in the workplace.

More than 4,000 people suffered injuries as a result of slips, trips and falls last year, the HSE claims. The new campaign aims to highlight the risks present in a place of work.

"Unfortunately, people often think that slips, trips and falls are trivial, even comical, but they are no joke to those who suffer major injuries, time off work and a lifetime of disability," said Ann Poyner, HSE inspector for Inverness.

Jill Clark from the Connage Highland Dairy added that the employer takes the safety of its staff "very seriously" and is "delighted" to be supporting the Shattered Lives campaign.

Simple steps that can be taken to help reduce the risk of slips, trips and falls include laying non-slip mats on the floor and ensuring hoses are raised off ground level.

Companies wishing to see how they can help to reduce the risk of slips and trips in their working environment may find an in-company training course from Norwich Union Risk Services helps to address any health and safety concerns within a business.





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