IPAF offers free safety posters

By Euan Youdale16 December 2015

One of IPAF's Andy Access safety campaign posters.

One of IPAF's Andy Access safety campaign posters.

IPAF is offering free posters as part of its Andy Access campaign promoting the safe use of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs).

The characters Andy Access and Hugh Hazard form the basis of the campaign, with three posters featured in the launch and new ones being released every few months. Each poster illustrates a specific safety message on how to use MEWPs correctly.

The posters are designed for contractors, end users and rental companies, among others, which can download the artwork for use in their daily operations.

“The Andy Access posters have originated as a means of communicating the valuable learning outcomes identified from the IPAF accident reporting project and as a means of reinforcing the key messages covered in IPAF’s training programs,” said Chris Wraith, IPAF technical & safety executive.

Andy Access posters are available in several languages and artwork can be downloaded from www.ipaf.org/andyaccess

Ideas for more Andy Access safety themes can be e-mailed to technicalofficer@ipaf.org

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