Workplace Safety – Safety First Rules – whiteboard animation health and safety cartoon

Workplace Safety – Safety First Rules – whiteboard animation health and safety cartoon

Workplace Safety – whiteboard animation health and safety cartoon Click image to see YouTube video!

For safety cartoon and whiteboard videos please call Richard on +44 1246 209034 or email

If you would like to purchase a license for this whiteboard animation video and use it in your company training programme. Or have it customised with your company logo or details. I’m also happy to make edits to the video to suit your needs.

Safety cartoon – The Importance of Proper Health and Safety Practice in the Workplace is Vital to the Success of a Business

Health and safety cartoon – The Importance of Proper Health and Safety Practice in the Workplace is Vital to the Success of a Business

safety cartoon, Office Health and safety hazards cartoon. Hazards in a office environment. Spot the health and safety hazards cartoon. Numerous health and safety hazards illustrated in this office hazards cartoon. Health and safety cartoon for training purposes - ask your staff how many hazards they can spot?

Office Health and safety hazards cartoon. Over 50 hazards to be spotted in this office safety cartoon. Hazards in a office environment. Spot the health and safety hazards cartoon. Numerous health and safety hazards illustrated in this office hazards cartoon. Health and safety cartoon for training purposes

This safety cartoon colorfully illustrates some common place accidents that may happen at work.

There is nothing worse for a business than a worker injury. Sometimes it can be life changing and even fatal making some proper training and understanding of basic practices a vital part of all workplace training. No one should be like Tom in the top right on the ladder. He is too high up, he should be at least one step down so his body can rest on the ladder, and ever worse is his friend Jeff below who is chatting on a phone when he should be spotting Tom by holding the ladder steady. The fact that it’s propped up on a pallet is on a whole other level of danger. Ladders must always be setup in a safe fashion with all 4 legs firmly planted on the ground, never balanced on other objects. A fall from a ladder at that height can be fatal. At least Tom is wearing safety gear because he is going to need it soon.

Mark is likely to get food poisoning from that kitchen area that the office has clearly neglected. Leaving food around to rot can contaminate other food which could lead to a series of inter office food poisoning, which isn’t as dangerous as improper ladder use but could be very costly for a business and in some cases can be very dangerous. Adam on the left is also using a ladder in a very dangerous way, it is the most common form of injury and it is because of people not taking ladder use seriously. Always have a spotter. What’s even worse is the toxic waste casually stored next to him! If you work in an environment with hazardous waste it is not only important but it is the law that it be disposed of properly and environmentally. Leaving it around the workplace can cause seriously negative health side effects.

Martin seems to be struggling with his photocopy machine but it is no doubt because the fuse has been blown. The outlet that the machine is plugged into has so many extra cords coming off of it that it’s likely being over charged. This can be extremely dangerous. Electrical fires are almost impossible to identify when they start and before anyone knows they are going, they have burned out half the inside of the building. Overcharging an outlet is reckless and dangerous, not to mention that this office has them stretched out all over the place for people to walk and trip on. Make sure that the outlet can support the voltage that you will be drawing from it, and if it can handle some power bar extensions keep them tidy and out of people’s way. If you are going to setup an electric heater like the one off of this same outlet, dragged out into the middle of the room, make sure it is not near anything flammable. These office workers have it setup near a stack of documents, now not only would it be terrible to lose some hard earned work because the pages got scorched, but it could possibly burn the building down. Electric heaters are often not efficient ways of heating and should only be used sparingly and must be used safely.

You purchase a licence to use this safety cartoon at:

http://www.cartoonmotivators.com/office-health-and-safety-hazards.html

Health and safety cartoon – spot the hazards in a warehouse. Warehouse hazard spotting cartoon.

Health and safety cartoon. warehouse-health-safety-hazards

Health and safety cartoon – spot the hazards in a warehouse. Warehouse hazard spotting cartoon.

Can you spot the hazards in the warehouse? Educate your warehouse staff with this cartoon – a health and safety cartoon can save accidents. In this cartoon you can see the following hazards: guy climbing up racking, split chemicals on the floor, guy has a ladder on top of some pallets trying to reach something from a ladder, broken window pane, fire exit blocked with pallets, rubbish and wheelie bins, guy on the forks of a fork lift truck, guy over-reaching from off the top of a stack of pallets, guy smoking, guy about to tread in oil spilt- slip hazard, unguarded machine, leaping over safety barrier, fork truck driver has load lifted very high over colleagues heads, twisting hazard, cutting hazard and finally lady in high heel shoes.

This cartoon measures 42cm x 29.7 and can be printed out poster size for you to educate your staff.

To purchase the warehouse health and safety cartoon please go to:

http://www.cartoonmotivators.com/warehouse-health-and-safety-hazards.html

Health and safety cartoons for fire safety and evacuation plans!

Here’s one of three health and safety cartoons I drew this week to motivate staff to be aware of fire safety and evacuation plans.

I hope I achieved getting this serious message across in a funny-ish way!? Let me know your thoughts! health and safety cartoon,Fire evacuation plan cartoon. Fire warden next to box on wall that says 'Break glass in case of fire' Inside the box is a bottle of chloroform and a rag to put over someones face and put them to sleep. There's someone in the background running around in circles scared. Fire warden to colleague "This is for them who panic and lose it!"

Health and safety – Top 10 quotes:

10. Safety doesn’t happen by accident.
9. Better a thousand times careful than once dead.
8. Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent.
7. Accidents hurt – safety doesn’t.
6. Working safely may get old, but so do those who practice it.
5. When you gamble with safety, you bet your life.
4. While on a ladder, never step back to admire your work.
3. Your safety gears are between your ears.
2. Tomorrow – your reward for working safely today.
1. Safety is as simple as ABC – Always Be Careful.

Remember I can edit the text in this health and safety cartoon if you would like it to say something else. Please email me on rd@cartoonmotivators.com to discuss

Fire Evacuation Plan Cartoon – You Must Get One In Place At Your Company!

Fire evacuation plan cartoon – can save life or limb!

Cartoon of workers doing the conga to the fire exit all calm and relaxed about it. Fire warden at the front leading the way and singing “Come on and do the conga!” One colleague is saying to the other “Emergency fire evacuation is about keeping calm, timing and leadership!” Fire evacuation plan cartoon. Cartoon of workers doing the conga to the fire exit all calm and relaxed about it. Fire warden at the front leading the way and singing "Come on and do the conga!" One colleague is saying to the other "Emergency fire evacuation is about keeping calm, timing and leadership!"

You can purchase the above motivational fire evacuation plan cartoon to use in your training by visiting my sister web site:

http://www.cartoonmotivators.com/fire-evacuation-plan-in-place.html

Please bear in mind that all these fire evacuation plan cartoons on this site can be edited to suit your needs. If you want a caption changing to include someone’s name or just changing to suit your use just let me know. Please email Richard at mailto:rd@cartoonmotivators.com

Health And Safety Cartoons Get The Point Across In A Funny Way!

Health And Safety Cartoons Get The Point Across

While the majority of people in a workplace understand that there is a need for health and safety, there is often an immediate turnoff when the term is brought up. There is now an almost blanking of the term, with many people equating to effectively banning the way that people used to work or carry out their activities. Things are not like the good old days but in many ways, they are for the better and the increase in health and safety is an important factor in improved working conditions.

The challenge for employers is to get the key points about health and safety across to their employees in the right manner. To engage with employees, the information can’t be boring or dull and yet, it has to get the relevant points across. This can be a tall order but if you need to ensure that your employees are on board for health and safety, there may be a way to do so effectively without breaking the bank.

health and safety cartoons depicting hazards based around an airport. Airline ground staff safety hazards, cartoon showing luggage cart hazards, trip and slip hazard, woman slipping on oil spill, staff member about to trip over rubbish/garbage, woman walking in high heels, luggage cart piles high with cases

To get a message across effectively, the message has to be delivered sharply, effectively and in a format that people will actually want to read. One of the best ways to deliver a health and safety message is through health and safety cartoons. Very few people are going to take the time to read pages of script telling them what they can and cannot do. However, if you provide employees with a few cartoon strips, either online or in paper format, you will find that the vast majority of employees will take the time to read it over.

Engagement is good but there needs to be more

This ensures that the first step in getting a positive health and safety message across to employees has been taken. Engagement is important but there is also a need to make sure that the message comes across. This is where it is of benefit to turn to a professional. Most workplaces will have someone with drawing talent but there is a need to be able to deliver a great or interesting illustration with a health and safety cartoon.

Health and safety cartoons needs to obvious, it needs to be immediate and it needs to be very clear in what it is saying.

This is why hiring the services of a cartoonist who has a great deal of experience in this area will be of benefit to any firm or business. With respect to value for money, the return that comes from using a professional in this field outstrips the value of using someone in-house who may not be able to get the right point across. This may create a funny cartoon or an illustration that is of high quality but with respect to the proper health and safety message, it will not be sufficient.

Companies need to work harder to get the message across…

Companies have legal and moral obligations to look after their employees and ensure that they have the knowledge and tools to work safely. Being able to provide tips and guidelines for working safely is a crucial element for all businesses. Anything which can help to reduce work based accidents or days off through injury are worth pursuing for a company.

This is why commissioning health and safety cartoons can pay for themselves.

Adding some light-hearted humour to the office or workplace is of benefit but it can also get the message across effectively. Sometimes when a firm comes on “heavy handed” with regards to information, people will deliberately turn away from the information. Providing a health and safety message that is funny but effective will keep the message light but will ensure it gets across.

Every business should have an interest in promoting health and safety. Commissioning health and safety cartoons or artwork should provide a value for money and effective way of getting your message across.

Call Richard on +44 1246 209034 or email rd@cartoonmotivators.com

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