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Finding UK Health and Safety on Twitter
Posted by David Cant on May 2, 2013

Nowadays there are plenty of interesting individuals and organisations in the UK Health and Safety industry getting involved on Social Media in particular, the evolving beast Twitter but at times it can be difficult to find them.

Below are a few directory services available which have been set up by Twitter experts.

There are many more but they all can be time consuming

However, developing ways of using Twitter are emerging all the time, and the simplest idea we had was to follow all the UK Health and Safety tweeple in one place; that way you can find them as can others searching for UK Health and Safety People on Twitter.

So, here is something else you can do which is far, far simpler check out UK Health and Safety on Twitter.

Who, What, Where and When..

When we find UK Health and Safety People and related industries i.e Food Safety, Fire Safety, CDM Experts, Training providers, Asbestos Surveyors etc we follow them from our Twitter account UK Health and Safety.

We do check peoples Twitter profiles to see that you are a UK Health and Safety tweeter  – and you can encourage us to follow you be following UK Health and Safety. If you find some UK Health and Safety people you can point them out to us too by Tweeting us here. @UKHandS with tweets of interest.

Meanwhile, do help the industry with this directory

We hope you like the UK Health and Safety twitter account. Tell your friends. Lets see if its useful!


David Cant is a Chartered Safety and Health Practitioner extraordinaire. He has a wealth of Industry experience and is the MD of Veritas Consulting.

You can find him on - Twitter and Facebook also Linkedin

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