Be Visible

Wear Reflective Material

Content : Be visible. Wear reflective material.

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How To Walk Safely On Ice

How to walk safely on ice

Content :
Some tips on how to walk safely on ice and avoiding slips and fall in icy conditions.

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12

Water – Rest – Shade

Water-Rest-Shade

Content :
Water. Rest. Shade. The work can’t get done without them.

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12

Beat The Heat

Beat-The-Heat

Content :
Beat The Heat : 8 tips to stay fresh and healthy in hot weather.

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12

 

Available in Spanish version.

When Thunder Roars

When thunder roars, go indoors

Content :
When thunder roars, go indoors! Stop all activities. Seek shelter in a substantial building or hard-topped vehicle. Wait 30 minutes after the storm to resume activities.

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

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Heat Stroke First Aid

Heat-Stroke-First-Aid

Poster Title : Heat Stroke First Aid

Content :
First aid for Heat Stroke :
1) Move the person to a shady spot or indoors.
2) Call 911 or emergency medical help.
3) While waiting for professional help to arrive, have the person lie down with the feet elevated.
4) If still conscious, have him sip cool water.
5) Remove his clothing.
6) Cool the person by spraying with cool water or applying damp sheets / towels / sponges / ice packs to the armpits, wrists, ankles, and groin.
7) Use fan to direct air onto the body.

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12

 

Protect Yourself From Heat Stroke

Protect Yourself from Heat Stroke

Poster Title : Protect Yourself From Heat Stroke

Content :
Heat Stroke is the most severe form of heat injury and happens when the body fails to cool down. The victims are not able to sweat and release excessive heat due to dehydration and humid temperature. It can kill or cause damage to the brain and other internal organs.  If you are working in extreme heat and humidity, protect yourself from heat stroke by following these prevention tips…

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12

 

How to Survive a Fall Through Ice

How to survive a fall through ice

Poster Title : How to Survive a Fall Through Ice

Content :
6 illustrated steps on how to help yourself when falling through ice.

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12

 

First Aid for Frostbite & Hypothermia

First aid for frost bite and hypothermia

Poster Title : First Aid for Frostbite & Hypothermia

Content :
The symptoms of Frostbite and Hypothermia and what should be done to save the victim.

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12

How to Protect Workers in Cold Environment

How to protect workers in cold environment

Poster Title : How to Protect Workers in Cold Environment

Content :
• Recognize the environmental and workplace conditions that lead to potential cold-induced illnesses and injuries.
• Learn the signs and symptoms of cold-induced illnesses/injuries and what to do to help the worker.
• Train the workforce about cold-induced illnesses and injuries.
• Select proper clothing for cold, wet, and windy conditions. Layer clothing to adjust to changing environmental temperatures. Wear a hat and gloves, in addition to underwear that will keep water away from the skin (polypropylene).
• Take frequent short breaks in warm dry shelters to allow the body to warm up.
• Perform work during the warmest part of the day.
And more…

Default Size : A2 ( 420 x 594 mm, or 23.4 x 16.5 inch ) – scalable

File Type : PDF

Price : $12