Sizewell B backs safety campaign

The power station has bought 1,000 car stickers with a simple life saving message telling drivers to keep their ‘Hands Off’ their mobile phones.

Janet Tovell, a clerical assistant at the power station in Suffolk, spoke with the Sizewell B station director about the campaign that had been featured in the EADT and BBC Radio Suffolk.

Paul Morton, Sizewell B station director said: “As a major employer in the region Sizewell B supports this important safety campaign and the simple life saving message it is spreading.

The ‘Hands Off’ your mobile phone message fits perfectly with our business ambition of zero harm and company policy that employees do not use a mobile phone when driving.”

The car stickers are being given out to the 800 workers at Sizewell B and hundreds are also being donated by the power station to local libraries to spread the safety message.

EDF Energy is a major employer in Suffolk with 800 people working at Sizewell B and another 1200 joining us during maintenance work at the station every 18 months. The Hands Off mobile campaign complements safety messages in place at Sizewell B and will be promoted at the station.

 

Image: Paul Morton and Janet Tovell take delivery of the safety campaign stickers

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