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We've launched #OpPropulsion, which cracks down on anti-social motor nuisance behaviour 🏍️🚙

Help us to help you report nuisance motorbikes and riders by reporting online, calling 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 📞

Thank you to Alex at @campingbugs for showing me around on a glorious Lancashire day. We look forward to supporting you as your business continues to grow. #visitlancashire #lancashire #businesssupport #stayinlancashire #camping #campingandglamping #fylde

Video and pictures from dramatic 'explosion' and house collapse in Burnley https://www.burnleyexpress.net/news/people/video-and-images-as-two-people-hospitalised-and-properties-evacuated-after-explosion-in-burnleys-sefton-terrace-3738415

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When enjoying the countryside you may come across cattle. Learn more about the simple steps you can take to safely enjoy your walk here: http://ow.ly/BUJ250JGIRi

#Silicosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (#COPD) are severe lung diseases that can develop due to exposure to construction dust. These are preventable but irreversible conditions. More videos about how to stay safe here: https://workright.campaign.gov.uk/campaigns/construction-dust-construction-workers?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=health-construction-dust-2022&utm_term=workright&utm_content=workers #DustKills #WorkRight

Join us next week for a #webinar about our #DustKills campaign and respiratory health initiative in construction. The webinar is on Thursday 30 June at 14:30. Learn more and register for the event with our campaign partner @IOSH_tweets here: https://iosh.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zaQvwjoVRsKb_LXL824mMA

Have you considered stress in your workplace risk assessment? Employers have a legal duty to protect employees from stress at work. Find out more about what you should be looking for https://workright.campaign.gov.uk/campaigns/workingminds?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=working-minds&utm_term=all-sectors&utm_content=working-minds-homepage #OHAW22 #OccupationalHealthAwareness

You don’t need to see dust to breathe it in. HSE’s Chief Medical Advisor, Professor David Fishwick explains the risks and how to protect your respiratory health. Advice for construction workers and further videos can be found: https://workright.campaign.gov.uk/campaigns/construction-dust-construction-workers?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=health-construction-dust-2022&utm_term=workright&utm_content=workers #DustKills #WorkRight

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