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READ highlights importance of safety in the dark

Based in Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, READ Cased Hole visited local Glashieburn Primary School on Thursday 24th November to highlight the importance of safety in the dark.

READ logo high visibility armbands were distributed to over 100 p1-p3 pupils at the local school. Sarah Irvine and Ian Kerr of READ Cased Hole attended to give a presentation on safety in the dark and how high visibility can help with this.


At the event, Ian Kerr commented, “Our aim is to promote safety not just in the workplace but at home, at school and at play. This is just a small part of raising awareness of safety and it’s never too young to start.”

The children thoroughly enjoyed the visit with comments including:

“I enjoyed it when the reflective strips went on Mrs McDonald.” – Richie P2

“I like the wrist bands that we got from Sarah and Ian. It was so funny when Archie put them on Mrs McDonald’s arm.”- Thomas P2

“The snap bands are cool.”- Finlay P2

In addition to this, the READ Employee Representative Committee will be handing out READ logo high visibility armbands to ensure additional safety for all our staff.

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