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Free training for Yarmouth businesses

PUBLISHED: 16:42 03 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:04 03 July 2010

FREE independent health and safety management training is being offered to small businesses in the Great Yarmouth borough.

Four councils across Norfolk are taking part in a project to make is easier for small businesses employing between five and 15 people to manage health and safety.

FREE independent health and safety management training is being offered to small businesses in the Great Yarmouth borough.

Four councils across Norfolk are taking part in a project to make is easier for small businesses employing between five and 15 people to manage health and safety.

The event will be followed by a free advisory visit and further evaluation visit. In the autumn, an award presentation will be made to those businesses that are successful at improving health and safety management.

Training will take place at Stalham and Swaffham on July 2.

To find out more email Kate Watts, commercial team manager at Yarmouth Borough Council, at kaw@great-yarmouth.gov.uk.

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