Dave's voice is the safe bet for HSE

Dave Adams records his voice-overWhen a national independent watchdog wanted to host its first external annual conference, bosses looked no further than one of our presenters to help with the proceedings.

Dave Adams, who works for the Health and Safety Executive, was picked to present a new narrative animation explaining all about what the organisation does and its mission.

His decades on the air at Radio Clatterbridge put him in prime position to provide the narration for the short film.

The feature was played to guests including keynote speaker Penny Mordaunt MP at the start of the event at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London.

It was also transmitted to staff at the HSE's headquarters in Bootle.

The all-day event was part of an approach to communicate with stakeholders, showcasing HSE, their priorities and recent developments. 

The animation will also be used for induction and other purposes in the future.


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