NFU Mutual to offer safety support

August 2006
Farmers Weekly;8/18/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 7, p26
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The article reports on NFU Mutual Risk Management Services, a support service that will offer health and safety advice to help small business identify and manage risks to employees and public, launched by the insurance company NFU Mutual in Great Britain. The company hopes that the service will decrease the number of fatalities and injuries in farm. According to NFU Mutual Risk Management Services' managing director John Roberts, farmers need to be aware of possible health and safety risks in using machinery and chemicals.


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