Video shoot for Lyme lifeboat

PUBLISHED: 15:00 09 October 2016

Pic shows Lifeboat Operations Manager Nick Marks (left) being filmed for the video with RNLI Chief Executive Paul Boissier.


Best wishes, Richard Horobin

Pic shows Lifeboat Operations Manager Nick Marks (left) being filmed for the video with RNLI Chief Executive Paul Boissier. Best wishes, Richard Horobin

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The man at the helm of the RNLI dropped in at the lifeboat station in Lyme Regis recently to shoot a health and safety video.

Paul Boissier, chief executive of the charity, is aiming to raise awareness of the dangers surrounding everyone involved in activity for the RNLI.

“Whether it’s travelling to the lifeboat station, operating machinery or even holding a fundraising event, we all need to be aware of the dangers around us,” said Mr Boissier. “We need to make sure we arrive with eight fingers and two thumbs and go home with the same number.”


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