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Safety Management now available as an app

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The app allows readers to keep up-to-date with the latest health and safety news while on the go.


Safety Management is now available as an app, allowing readers to browse the latest health and safety news on their smartphone or tablet.

Readers can also share articles with friends and colleagues and save and bookmark articles. 

Damian Testa, head of policy and communications at the British Safety Council and editor of Safety Management magazine, said: “We are delighted to launch the Safety Management app, as part of the British Safety Council’s commitment to deliver high quality design and content to all our readers and members.

“This makes it even easier to access the prime information members and readers need to run their organisations and remain compliant, as well as to learn about the future direction of the industry and its innovations.”

“Whether you have recently started your career in the industry or are a seasoned professional, the app provides easy access to a wealth of valuable information and is a must read.”

Find the app by searching ‘Safety Management’ on the Apple App store or Google Play store.

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