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Vintage safety posters: Their messages are still relevant today

During the early to mid-20th century, one of the primary ways safety messages were communicated to workers was via safety posters. They were plastered on walls, workstations and other locations within factories. They were also displayed within the offices and shops of contractors and mines - to remind workers to be vigilant and use common sense when out on the work site. Today, over a half-century later, these posters have a delightful retro look to them. Despite the fact that the images used look like they came from a bygone era, most of the safety messages are still relevant today. That's why we've decided to start sharing some of the best examples of these safety posters on our social media channels every Thursday.That's right: we're taking advantage of the popular internet meme "Throwback Thursday" to share some of these valuable safety reminders and their vintage illustrations. If you want to follow along to see these pieces of safety art, simply follow us on these social media channels:

  1. Twitter

  2. LinkedIn

  3. Facebook If you have any awesome examples to share with us, please send them via the feedback form on our website. Don't forget to include a link to the web page where you found it; we don't want to plagiarize anyone's artwork. We want to give credit to the source. We look forward to your contributions!

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