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Poster - Do You Work in a Danger Zone?, Hospital Employees' Federation, circa 1980s Reg. No: HT 12051
- Hospital Employees Federation of Victoria poster advertising occupational health and safety standards, issued circa 1980s. It includes a checklist, in five different languages, for domestic services staff to see if they work in a danger zone.
- Hospital Employees Federation of Victoria poster advertising occupational health and safety standards, and the protection of workers rights. The poster features a black and white image of a woman cleaning and pouring caustic solution into a bucket. Another man is polishing floorboards in a hospital. The poster contains a checklist of areas that may be subject to working in a danger zone. The background of the poster is purple with white text.
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|Dimensions:||45.3 cm (Width), 63.0 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||hospitals, trade unions, occupational health safety, posters, workers rights|
|Themes this item is part of:||Working Life & Trades Collection|
|Primary Classification:||TRADE UNIONS|
|Inscriptions:||Printed across top of page: "DO YOU / WORK IN A / DANGER ZONE? / CHECKLIST / ........extended text in five different languages......."
Printed across bottom: "Hospital Employees' Federation, Victoria No. 1 Branch / 106-108 Victoria St, Carlton South 3053. Tel: (03) 347 0922."
|Issued By:||Hospital Employees' Federation of Australia, Carlton South, Victoria, Australia, circa 1980s|