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Health and Safety Poster Competition


Accident Advice Helpline are trying to highlight the importance of health and safety in the work place by inviting children to design some posters highlighting how accidents can happen and the importance on Health and safety.

The competition is open to all under the age of 16!

Health and Safety is an important part of any businesses work ethic and it is a prevalent issue for everyone as each and every year thousands of people suffer accidents and ill-health while at work most of which can be avoided.

Employers have a responsibility to prevent accidents in the workplace by ensuring that all measures are taken to protect people from harm (including visitors and customers) and that they should inform the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) or the local authority in the case of specific accidents which have occurred preventing workers from returning to work for seven days or more.
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This is Noah's entry.

We may have had an added advantage of Jon being Nebosh trained.

Jon is the book of knowledge when it comes to Health and Safety.

Health and Safety Poster Prizes

The winner will be awarded a £100 Amazon Voucher and one runner up will receive a £25 Amazon voucher.

Enter to win £100

Enter your poster by posting it on Twitter using the hashtag #aahhealthandsafety or emailing your poster to aahhealthandsafetyposter@gmail.com . All posters must be received by midnight on May 21st 2016 to be in with a chance of winning. And make sure you keep an eye out on our social media channels where we will feature our favourite entries.
Further terms and conditions of the competition can be found here.

www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk

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