Working at height without suitable and sufficient health and safety measures in place…

A scaffolder has been sentenced after working at height without suitable and sufficient health and safety measures in place.

The scaffolder was witnessed erecting scaffold in an unsafe manner by a concerned passerby. Photographs were taken of him by the passerby standing on top of the scaffold with no edge protection and no harness attached to any part of the scaffold or building.

The fall height was estimated at around 20 metres. If he had fallen from this height he would have sustained fatal injuries. The scaffolder was well trained and experienced, and had the correct PPE available to him in order to work safely on the scaffold.

He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 26 weeks in prison, suspended for one year.

working at height health and safety cartoon of two prisoners in jail one is a tough looking murderer and the other is a fairly weedy looking scaffolder guy.


Companies nееd tо work harder tо gеt thе H & S message across…

Health and safety cartoons

Companies nееd tо work harder tо gеt thе health and safety message across…

Companies hаvе legal аnd moral obligations tо lооk аftеr thеіr employees аnd ensure thаt thеу hаvе thе knowledge аnd tools tо work safely. Bеіng аblе tо provide tips аnd guidelines fоr working safely іѕ а crucial element fоr аll businesses. Anуthіng whісh саn hеlр tо reduce work based accidents оr days оff thrоugh injury аrе worth pursuing fоr а company.

Thіѕ іѕ whу commissioning health аnd safety cartoons саn pay fоr themselves.

health and safety cartoons of a worker outside works fencing, there's a sign that says 'Danger no bad behavioral attitudes beyond this point, crane in background

Adding ѕоmе light-hearted humour tо thе office оr workplace іѕ оf benefit but іt саn аlѕо gеt thе message асrоѕѕ effectively. Sоmеtіmеѕ whеn а firm соmеѕ оn “heavy handed” wіth rеgаrdѕ tо information, people wіll deliberately turn аwау frоm thе information. Providing а health аnd safety message thаt іѕ funny but effective wіll kеер thе message light but wіll ensure іt gеtѕ across.

Evеrу business ѕhоuld hаvе аn interest іn promoting health аnd safety. Commissioning health аnd safety cartoons оr artwork ѕhоuld provide а vаluе fоr money аnd effective wау оf gеttіng уоur message across.

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Who Else Wants to Commission an Informative and Engaging Health and Safety Cartoons to Safeguard Their Colleagues?

“Who Else Wants to Commission an Informative and Engaging Health and Safety Cartoons to Safeguard Their Colleagues and Customers?”

It is often difficult to ensure that people are mindful of health and safety rules. Many H&S campaigns are dry, formulaic and do not attract significant attention. Clever, memorable cartoons and animations appeal to people of all ages and help keep health and safety at the forefront of our minds.

Dear Health and Safety Officers and Managers,

Are you struggling to present Health and Safety information in a stimulating way?

Finding it a challenge to retain people’s attention?

Running out of innovative ideas and about to recycle old ones?

Today, I am providing you with the unique opportunity to commission high-quality cartoons, posters and animated whiteboard videos that highlight the importance of health and safety.

My name is Richard and I am an experienced cartoonist with over 35 years of experience. I have worked on an array of projects for major companies, such as Electrolux, Aramark, Dulux, Cappagh Construction, Bovis, Wagamama, BUPA, Tarmac, Addison Lee amongst many others.

I am now hoping to revolutionise health and safety campaigns which are often overlooked. My cartoons and animations increase awareness of safety in a fun and engaging manner.

health and safety cartoons of a worker in a hi-vis vest and PPE  another guy with a brick about to drop on his head

Why would health and safety cartoons benefit your business?

  • Fresh and exciting approach: A contrast to many health and safety campaigns.
  • Attract attention: Vibrant, colourful and appealing cartoons that command an audience.
  • A message that lasts: Innovative cartoons that are more likely to be remembered.
  • Variety of formats: Order cartoons, posters and animated whiteboard videos.
  • Helpful in many contexts: Can be used in training programmes, or in display posters.
  • No challenge too big: Complex concepts can be translated into visual forms.
  • Will fit any budget: Commission bespoke illustrations or purchase cheaper stock cartoons.
  • Excellent support: I am highly responsive to any queries you may have.

I am so confident that your company will benefit from health and safety cartoons, that I have written to you personally with the view to discuss this opportunity further.

If you have any questions regarding my health and safety cartoons and their benefits, I am happy to answer them honestly and openly without any obligation.

Injuries and accidents are no laughing matter for a business

Injuries and accidents are no laughing matter for a business

If an injury is so severe it causes an employee to lose income or to suffer lasting damage, a company is likely to face a lawsuit. Prevention is always the best cure but getting the message across to employees in an effective manner can be difficult. Showing employees health and safety videos will generally be treated as a chance to have a break from work as opposed to generating a better and safer working environment.

This is why facing these serious issues with a touch of humour may be the best option for a company. Collectively, your employees can have a laugh at the cartoon, perhaps pointing out times when they were involved with an incident but inwardly, they will realise that they don’t want to be involved in an incident that is depicted in the cartoon. After all, if you make a mistake or cause an accident that is recognised as being quite silly, your reputation will fall and people will no doubt engage in some good-natured banter at your expense.

There are strong business reasons for minimising injuries and dangers at work, but getting the message across regarding health and safety isn’t always easy. It may be that tackling this issue with humour is the solution for your company and this office health and safety cartoon could pay dividends in the long run.

health and safety cartoon of worker in hi-vis workwear at Pearly Gates. Angel at lecturn saying they were expecting him because his bad attitude to safety precedures.

Office Health And Safety Is Important – really important!

Office health and safety cartoon is the perfect addition to any workspace.

When it comes to office health and safety, one of the most common complaints you will hear relate to the fact that most of the advice and instructions are “just common sense”. This is the thing about health and safety, health and safety should be a natural thing but for too many offices, it seems as though common sense is in short supply at times.

This is why this office health and safety cartoon is the perfect addition to any workspace. A great way to get across the importance of staying safe is to have some fun with it. Clearly an office that has so many so things going wrong at the same time would likely be closed down, or burned down, in a day or two, but all across the United Kingdom, isolated incidents found in this picture are taking place all the time. And while this is a funny cartoon, the opposite of a “Where’s Wally?” illustration because here everyone is acting like a wally, there are some serious points to be taken from it.

office health and safety cartoon, hazard hunter cartoon with guy carrying too much down a set of stairs, wet floor sign hidden under stair case, cleaner has left pools of water while mopping, guy not looking where he is going about to trip over filing cabinet drawer, overloaded socket, cleaner with frayed wires on vacuum, incorrect lighting, correct lifting, fire extinguisher stand has missing extinguisher, extinguisher under desk, hoover cables are a trip hazard, worker listening to music on headphones not looking where she is going, caution glass sign is hidden by office plant, guy on cellphone/mobile phone about to step on slip hazard, guy walking into glass panel, female worker in very high heels.