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Surfing for safety

HSE InfoLine : 03 September, 2004  (Company News)
The site, which can be found at http://www.hse.gov.uk/surfaceengineering, is designed to give everyone working in the industry access to free, up to date advice on health and safety.
A new website for the surface engineering industry has been launched by the Health and Safety Executive.

The site, which can be found at http://www.hse.gov.uk/surfaceengineering, is designed to give everyone working in the industry access to free, up to date advice on health and safety.

Principal Inspector John Powell from HSE's Manufacturing Sector said:

'I am so pleased to launch the surface engineering webpages. Sadly, the industry has seen incident rates increase over the last six years, whilst rates for the manufacturing industry have dropped. By book marking this new site as a 'favourite', people who work in the industry will be a 'click away' from sensible health and safety advice which will help them protect themselves and their business.'

David Elliott, Chief Executive of the Surface Engineering Association representing the industry, said:

'The HSE and SEA have been working together to publish best practices within the industry. This site will be a prime source of easy to understand and current information. We represent a diverse range of industries many of which are small businesses. Access via the internet enables the health and safety message to be disseminated quickly and effectively.'
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