Who doesn’t love the retro safety training videos of the 1950′s and 60′s? We thought we’d pay tribute to them while helping anyone involved in job safety and safety signage remember what goes into a good safety sign program.
Seton Canada wanted to have a little fun while getting the job safety message out to those who manage workers, particularly young workers. Know any? Feel free to pass it along…
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