- Strong, durable laminated paper keeps the poster in good condition
- Plenty of illustrations make the poster easily readable
- Bright eye-catching border for increased visibility
Some types of work – such as those involving heights, manual handling or dangerous substances – have obvious hazards that are intuitive enough that people automatically take care. There's also higher awareness of these dangers, as they're discussed more frequently. People don't always realise the risks that exist in the average office, so it's an important measure to ensure your office workers are aware of dangers they face and how to protect themselves.
This poster is made from laminated paper, so it keeps it brand new condition for longer and can be displayed in high-traffic areas without fear of it becoming damaged easily. It's also wipe-clean, so keeping it hygienic and readable is a simple task. Its eye-catching border helps to ensure people notice it, and the inclusion of graphical illustrations throughout encourages reading and makes the information easier to understand and remember.
The poster details several of the more common risks in an office, in three sections: fire hazards, office equipment, and trips, falls and collisions. It can be used alongside our slips, trips and falls poster to provide more detail on this particular hazard, helping people be aware of the things that cause falls.
The office safety poster helps you ensure you're doing everything you can to keep all of your staff safe and encourages them to take responsibility for fostering a safe working environment. In addition to providing information to employees, keeping wires out of the way with our cable protectors minimises the hazards on the ground, so tripping accidents are less likely.
Another area of risk specific to most offices is that of VDUs or computer monitors. Our 'VDUs and You' safety poster details the hazards associated with screen use, providing extensive advice on eliminating dangers and reducing the chance of injury among people who work in front of computers for long periods.