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Looking forward to Cereals 2017

Our team of agricultural health and safety specialists will be on hand at Cereals 2017 on the 14th and 15th June, to discuss the health and safety requirements of your farm. The charming village of Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire is playing host to Cereals, and we’re sure it will be as popular as ever with the agricultural community.

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Come and find us at stand 817, and we will assist you with any health and safety questions you may have, regarding your farm, equine facility or estate management.

Safety Revolution has been exhibiting at the Cereals event for a number of years. This year we are back in Lincolnshire, which of course, has a strong history of arable farming.

Cereals offers an opportunity for visitors to the event to get to grips with all things agri, including the crops conference and plots, machinery in the Drone Zone and the Post-Harvest Technology arena and with plenty of demonstrations of innovative technology taking place, you may need to book the second day to fit it all in!

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If you want to learn more about running your agricultural business, Cereals has a specialist Business Area which will host 30 minute seminars and live panel debates, among other exhibits.

“The business area is designed to give you the information and new contacts that you need to keep momentum, from helping you to re-plan your finances through to re-considering your agronomic decisions to suit the current market.” – Cereals Event 201

And that’s where you’ll find Safety Revolution. Talk to us in the Business Area about your current health and safety, or HR provision on your farm, equine facility or estate.

“We believe and promote health and safety to be at the forefront of agriculture as

modern technologies are developed and become more mainstream. This will ensure that practices and more importantly, the wellbeing of employees is upheld, as new

methods of farming are trialled and implemented.” – Oliver Dale- Managing Director of Safety Revolution

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It is clear, from studies conducted by the HSE that if welfare standards are high, staff retention rates increase and the longevity of the employee is increased. This creates a more stable enterprise and indeed helps to retain more qualified and highly skilled staff within the agricultural sector. We believe that these high welfare standards can be achieved by influencing behaviours and making facilities safer. We work and support our clients to achieve these high safety standards which will work towards improvement in their business and their staff retention rate.

Tickets for Cereals 2017 are on sale now. See you at the event!