SafetyWise: Health & Safety Posters made available online.

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As well as providing all your bespoke documentation and standard items of stationery, SafetyWise also provides a full catalogue of health and safety advisory posters. Strategically placed close to their relevant hazards or on a general noticeboard, your employees can take the information in easily from these eye-catching, simple to understand posters.

Display Screen Equipment Set up Guide: Gives advice and information on the correct set up of a DSE workstation.

Hazardous Substances: Provides a brief guide to controlling substances hazardous to health in the workplace.

Fire Safety Awareness: Information on fire extinguishers and what to do in the event of a fire.

Health and Safety Signs: Health and safety signs are a feature of almost every workplace. Take time to familiarise yourself with the four types of sign and you will be better equipped to keep yourself and others safe during your time at work and ensure that you know what to do in an emergency.

Manual Handling: Offers guidance on the correct techniques and postures to adopt when lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling heavy loads.

Office Safety: Offices are not hazard free. However, with a little thought and attention to the advice in this poster there is no reason why you cannot work safely and without risk of injury or ill-health. Poster includes guidance on manual handling, workstation posture, general office safety, fire and first aid.

Safe Use of Ladders and StepLadders: This poster provides advice and information on the considerations for setting up and using ladders and stepladders safely.

The posters cover most of the issues pertinent to today’s organisations and can be downloaded/printed as many times as you like free of charge and available exclusively to Peninsula Business Services’ clients who take services from our Business Safety Team.

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