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News & Announcements

Inspections webpages updated

We have updated the inspections area on our website providing some guidance, templates that can be used to aid inspections and some useful resources with the details for the July - December 2017 inspection period.

Wellbeing Roadshow

The Safety Services team took part in the Wellbeing roadshow on 7 June 2017, full details can be found here.

Safety Champion June 2017

In June 2017, the Safety Champion is Gemma Black from Geology and Geography. The full story can be found here.

Hot Weather Advice

The Safety Services Office have issued advice on how to cope with the current hot weather.

Safety Services Newsletter June 2017

The June edition of the Safety Services newsletter contains a message from our new Health and Safety Adviser along with the Safety Champion for June 2017.

University First Aider saves life just three weeks after training

Further details regarding this story can be found here.

Details of the University First Aid policy and procedure can be found at http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/safety-services/first-aid/documents/first-aid-policy.

New research from the Department of Criminology

Some drivers are unaware of the serious consequences of failing to stop after an accident

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