P252 CEEFAX 250 B—— 1 A—r 00:05/06 LA$JST  Tha De0artment of Trade and Industry s!xs it has asked a privy councillor to return a "spolen" copy of a report on the House of Fraser takeover.  See BBC1 103/BBC2 203  Consumer Headlan—s MoneyFile TopSport
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sat 1 Apr 00:10/05   1/4    —p            HOW SAFE ARE GARDEN POWER TOOLS? Every year over 11,000 people receive hospital treatment after accidents involving garden power tools. This figure prompted Gardening from Which? to undertake an inspection of 100 machines currently in use by its members. The results showed an alarming 94 to be unsafe and in many cases owners were advised to stop using them immediately.  More Consumer Leisure Shopping MoneyFile
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sat 1 Apr 00:11/03   2/4    —p            HOW SAFE ARE GARDEN POWER TOOLS? A recent survey by Gardening from Which? found the majority of garden power tools tested to be unsafe. Accidents were mainly attributed to lack of safety features, badly maintained tools and bodged DIY repairs 86 of the 100 tested lacked essential safety features like lock-off switches, which stop the motor being accidentally switched on when, for example, the blades are being examined.  More Consumer Leisure Shopping MoneyFile
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/05   4/4                HOW SAFE ARE GARDEN POWER TOOLS? Gardening from Which? has issued some advice to prevent$lbny of the accidents associated wth garden power tools. Many power tools tested, particularly those over four xfars old, did not have safety features fitted and should be replaced. All tools should be regularly serviced and if a tool develops a fault it should be taken to a servicing agent for repair.  More Consumer Leisure Shopping MoneyFile
P252 CEEFAX 252 B—— 1 A—r 00:05/07    —p         "!££!£££!££!   HOW SAFE ARE GARDEN PO @R TOOLS? Evapy xfar over 11,000 people receive hospital treatmant after accidents hnvolvhnc garden powdr tools. $his figqre prompted Gardening from —ich? to tndertacd an inspection of 100 machines currantly in use by its members. T—e results s—owed an alarming 94 to be unsafe and"h many cases owners were advised to stop tsang them immediately.  More onsumer Leisure Shopping MoneyFile
P252 CEEFAX 252 Sat 1 Apr 00:00/10   3/4                HOW SAFE ARE GARDEN POWER TOOLS? Gardening from Which? has revealed the potential danger from accidents with garden power tools. Lack of maintenance or wear and tear reduced the safety of 23 of the 100 tools tested, and 43 of the tools were affected by faulty electrical wiring. Many DIY repairs were found to be unsafe with the wrong plugs fitted or broken lock-off switches being replaced by lamp switches.  More Consumer Leisure Shopping MoneyFile