Putting health and safety first

A new panel is being set up in Britain which will try to tackle the 'ridiculous' safety rules that are put in place in order to protect the public.

21st April, 2012
Putting health and safety first
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A new panel is being set up in Britain which will try to tackle the 'ridiculous' safety rules that are put in place in order to protect the public.

Under the auspices of the Health and Safety Executive, the Myth Busters Challenge Panel will look at 'silly' decisions such as banning children from playing conkers unless they are wearing goggles, forbidding office workers from putting up bunting and invading Iraq.

If the panel is a...

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