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Good WorkMates...

...don't let their WorkMates take unnecessary or unreasonable RISKS.

"MATE" is an iconic Australian word which simply means friend. This workplace safety poster is aimed particularly at the millions of Aussie blokes who use this word, and more colourful ones, in their everyday language. "Mate" engenders the sense of having each others back and of speaking the truth that needs to be spoken, and of having a person's best interests at heart. Which makes it a perfect word for such a Safety Poster as this, that encourages workers to watch out for each other by warning them when they see them knowingly or unknowingly, about to take an unnecessary or unreasonable risk

The Risk Meter and No High Risk graphics on these posters are available to download for free from our Free Safety Poster Graphics Page.

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What Should You Do and Not Do if...?

If you don't know or aren't certain, ask your supervisor. 
What you don't know really can hurt you or others!

This new series of workplace safety posters was specifically designed with the hospitality industry in mind, but are also relevant for many other workplaces.

 

These posters do not tell workers what to do, rather, because many workplaces have different rules, policies and procedures depending on what is reasonably practicable for their specific situations, these posters get workers to ask themselves if they would know what to do in many possibly scenarios. 

 

Even if workers were given some training in these areas, the workplace is responsible to ensure they still know accurately. So workers who aren't certain are encouraged to ask - the sooner the better.

Here are the other posters in this series. Note that the range includes two "blank" options which workplaces can use for their own questions.

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What Should You Do Medical Emergency 1.jpg
What Should You Do Assault 1.jpg
What Should You Do Assault 2.jpg
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Aggression ZERO TOLERANCE

You have a Right to Feel Safe at Work!

Though aggression and violence in some form or other is a health and safety risk in many types of workplaces, this workplace safety poster is the first in a range of posters designed for the Hospitality Industry where aggression and violence by patrons can be one of the main causes of workplace injuries

Like all safety posters, this one in particular should be used in conjunction with quality training and supervision that equips all workers to be able to deal with potential situations as safely as possible.
(Available with either a blue or black background.)

This poster is supported by free graphics available for download from our Free Safety Poster Graphics Page.

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Things to DO when You're Feeling BLUE

Most people live with some level of "blue".
It's therefore nothing to be ashamed of.

With the increasing level of Mental Health issues in society, it goes without saying that in workplaces there will also be increased risks associated with mental health.

This Workplace Safety poster suggests eleven things works who are struggling with the "Blues" can try for themselves to find relief or help. Of course this poster can only at best support other measures workplaces are taken to deal with this health and safety matter.  

This poster is supported by free graphics available for download from our Free Safety Poster Graphics Page.

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