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Need help? Need help? Do you need safety posters in the workplace? Kitting out an office or workplace with the required equipment can be a difficult task, but here at Seton, we have an extensive range of office and commercial equipment, and can offer you everything that you need to provide workers with the most comfortable and safe environment possible. An important part of health and safety is communicating to employees and visitors pertinent information, and often the best way of doing this is through the use of posters. We have a large range of posters available, from fire safety to first aid, industrial safety, electrical safety and even chemical handling posters. Check out our handy buying guide to help inform your purchase.

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Workplace Safety Posters: Buying guide

We have a huge range of posters to peruse, which means that while we are bound to have the exact item that you are looking for, the range on offer might at first seem a little overwhelming. Luckily, we are here to help and have compiled a useful buying guide below, which should help you to narrow down your options and select the correct type of poster for your office or workspace.

General Safety Information at a Glance

One of the most common requests when it comes to posters concerns the category of first aid. First aid is an integral part of workplace health and safety, and once you have undertaken a health and safety assessment, you might find it necessary to furnish your workplace with the requisite health and safety or first aid posters. We have health and safety at work guide posters, as well as first aid in the workplace, and more specific posters such as first aid for burns, first aid for eyes, adult resuscitation, and a good variety of posters that relate to the use of AED Defibrillators.

Other posters that are absolutely necessary in the workplace, regardless of the size and nature of the office or industry, are fire safety posters. Some great general use posters in this category include the fire safety poster, which is distinctive and instantly recognisable and features a very comprehensive overview of what workers or members of the public should do in order to avoid a fire and also what to do in the event of one, such as the use of fire extinguishers, fire alarms and contacting the emergency services. An alternative but just as useful option would be the in the event or discovery of fire' fire safety poster. Not only does this poster include step-by-step instructions and clear, instructional photographs, but it also features a blank area where contact details can be inscribed by the user.

Safety Guidelines to Fit Your Working Environment

If you’re looking for something slightly more specialised, then we also carry a wide range of food safety posters. These posters should be used wherever food is prepared for general consumption, such as kitchens and canteens. We have a kitchen hygiene poster that details essential hygiene rules that must be followed alongside photographs. The instructions are clear and easy to follow, and the poster is available in a choice of sizes. Similarly, the food preparation and storage poster gives instruction on the proper storage and preparation of food, including heating and defrosting. It also explains the potential risks to the public if these rules aren’t followed, and uses colour photos to better communicate its messages clearly.

Not all workplaces are going to need posters on something as specialised as chemical handling, but many do, and that’s why we carry a wide range of posters on this subject. Perhaps the most useful and widely used is the COSHH Poster, which gives clear, detailed instructions on the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health. The poster details the ways in which risks can be minimized and even prevented entirely, but also provides information on what to do should a spill or any damage occur. The COSHH - 'Know your dangerous substances' poster is another important poster to have on-site somewhere, as a way to remind workers of what the COSHH signs stand for and to raise awareness to any changes to the icons.


How do I know which posters and signs I need in my workplace?

You must first undergo a health and safety assessment in the workplace to determine which risks and hazards are present for workers. While some workplaces will present very definite, specialised hazards, others will have simpler needs and will probably only be in need of health and safety posters and first aid posters. If you work in an office environment, then you may need office safety posters, which include instructions on how best to sit for prolonged periods at a desk or workstation, as well as stress management.

I have identified the posters that I need, but how can I properly affix these to the walls or doors in order to ensure that they are most visible?

We have a good range of poster fixings available, including double-sided mounting tape, self-adhesive tabs and dual-lock fasteners so that you can easily affix any posters that you have without damaging the wall.