- Tough laminated paper for a durable, long-lasting poster
- Colourful design helps get attention and encourage reading
- Simple text, complemented by graphics to aid understanding
Working at heights is undoubtedly one of the riskier jobs, so the importance of people in that position having the right safety information cannot be understated. With this simple poster, you can display up-to-date advice covering all the essential points for people to reference whenever they need to. Its colourful design helps ensure the poster gets noticed, which encourages people to take the time to read it.
Posters such as this one and our general health and safety at work poster are a highly effective way to provide staff with important information. Posters can be displayed in break rooms, training areas, or anywhere else a lot of people will see it as they go about their day. The laminated paper construction keeps it neat and prevents tearing and dog-earing as people pass by and brush against it, so it's a long-lasting product.
The poster covers topics such as legal regulations relating to working at heights, duty of care, the use of ladders, scaffolding and using fall arrest equipment correctly. This last point is a particularly important one, as without the proper knowledge in using fall arrest kits, they can be ineffective, and they're a truly lifesaving piece of equipment.
The information on the poster is arranged into neat sections, so it's easy for people to find what they need to know if they don't want or don't have time to read the entire thing. The text is accompanied by graphical illustrations, which help to drive home the points and make some of the information easier to understand. It also adds to the overall colourful design, which increases visibility
Our extensive range of health and safety posters has items dealing with all kinds of specific safety issues, so there are bound to be some that are relevant to your workplace. They're one of the best ways to ensure people are working safely and taking the proper care, as they tend to be seen regularly, which helps people remember the information they provide. Using a collection of posters to create an information centre ensures people know where they need to go when they need to know more about a health and safety topic.