Council lauded for safety measures at devils pool
A report from the National Emergency Management Agency has shown that the Devil’s Pool at Queen Mary hospital has shown improvements from September 2008 to September 2012 – a span that has been long highlighted by police in the area.
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Chief Inspector Neil Brown, who led the investigation into the facilit바카라사이트y, said the report showed a variety of benefits to the safety of visitors.
He said: „From an operational perspective, the Devil’s Pool at Queen Mary Hospital shows a consistent and rapid progression from the emergency management unit level.
„Over the past several months, we have seen improvements in the safety of visitors to the hospital, including several significant upgrades to its infrastructure and in building standards.
„Our officers have visited the facility, and we continue to work closely with our colleagues in neighbouring fire and rescue units to improve safety for the public and visitors to the facility.“
The report also showed improvements were being made to the facility in areas such as signage, equipment and materials.
A spokesperson from the Queen Mary Hospital said the facility was on its way to being inspected and its staff had been working closely with NEMA staff on their work.
A spokesperson from the fire and rescue services said the facility has since received a £250,000 project funded by the Department for Transport.