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Suresite bolsters forecourt health and safety team

John Wood ·

Suresite has strengthened its forecourt health and safety team with the appointment of two new assessors.

Dave Healy and Darren Summons will support clients with a range of services including risk assessments, site audits, hazardous area diagrams and training.

Dave has responsibility for the Irish Republic, and Darren will cover East Anglia, Cambridgeshire, Essex and North London.

Dave served as a Civil Defence volunteer for six years, involved in supporting Ireland’s emergency services. His background includes public service vehicle inspection, road and rail safety, collision forensics and hazardous vehicle safety training.

Neil Simms, health and safety manager, said: “We welcome the addition of Darren and Dave to the Suresite team.

“Both are highly motivated individuals, with a desire to serve our clients and drive health and safety management systems to the highest of standards.

“As with any of our assessors, our service doesn’t end at the conclusion of the visit. Both will be able to advise their local clients as necessary, should they require further information or support via our after care service.”

01772 790901

www.suresite.co.uk

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 2 September 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East132.3563.90140.80128.93
East Midlands132.1271.23141.73128.82
London131.70142.12129.26
North East130.66140.60128.17
North West131.39140.18128.47
Northern Ireland129.03134.10126.35
Scotland131.70139.60128.79
South East132.7358.90141.28129.68
South West131.9563.90140.12128.70
Wales130.9855.70137.19127.82
West Midlands131.6066.90140.32129.05
Yorkshire & Humber131.2384.90140.57128.52

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