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4:03pm 2nd February 2018
(Updated 4:09pm 2nd February 2018)

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Not only will it harm team moral and could lead to extra sick days if your staff is harmed, not maintaining good health and safety in your workplace can lead to huge fines. 

Making sure your employees are working in a safe and comfortable atmosphere is important when it comes to staff retention, a productive workforce and avoiding breaking the law. Fines for not observing good health and safety practice can lead to almost unlimited fines. 

Craven Safety Services help local companies not only all over Yorkshire, but nationally, and can make the process completely worry-free. 

Training for staff including manual handling and fire safety will also inform staff on best practice helping to keep themselves and others safe. 

Arrange your free audit with Craven Safety Services here.

Beth Parsons from Stray FM's Business Hub talked to Liz Preston the Managing Director and Ian Williamson a Health and Safety Advisor from Craven Safety Services. 

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