Free Health and Safety PostersPosters The legally required Health and Safety Poster is not provided free by anyone we can find but you can use the Pocket Card or Leaflets described below instead of the poster if you wish. The pocket cards and leaflets can be purchased from us or they can be downloaded for free from us see the links below. The problem with leaftles and cards is they get lost, thrown away or discarded and you cannot necessarily prove that you handed them out. If you provide them instead of the poster then you must provide them to each new employee who joins you. The health and safety poster is printed on biodegradable material with hologram for additional security. Supersedes the earlier editions published with ISBNs ,, You can continue to display existing copies of the health and safety law poster until 5 April , as long as they are readable and contain up- to-date contact details.
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This website uses non-intrusive cookies to improve your user experience. You can visit our cookie privacy page for more information. Beta This is a new way of showing guidance - your feedback will help us improve it. The Health and Safety Information for Employees Regulations , requires employers to either display the HSE-approved law poster or to provide each of their workers with the equivalent leaflet available as a free download. See below the full range of health and safety law products and choose which best suits your business. Health and Safety Executive. Back to.
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Richard Symonds made this Freedom of Information request to Health and Safety Executive This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened. Try opening the logs in a new window. They are also excluded from the Open Government licence, so existing copies cannot be photocopied. This strikes me as an unusual decision, given that they must be displayed in every employer's office.