Print Safety Posters NYSIF safety posters supplement your safety program. They reinforce safety training and remind employees of safe work practices. Demonstrate your commitment to a safe workplace by displaying posters relevant to your operation. Tips for Displaying Safety Posters Select posters that are relevant for your business. If there is no exact match, choose posters about safety basics, such as housekeeping and safe lifting. Prominently display posters where employees are likely to see them. Consider using a frame or other method to bring attention to the posters. Replace or rotate posters periodically to maintain interest. Use the poster in your safety training as a visual aide. For example, if you plan to display a poster on safe lifting, use the poster first in your training, then display it on the wall. These resources are also available in Spanish. Title Machine Guarding (guard missing) Machine Guarding (saw blade guards) Guarding, grounding, eye protection (power tool safety) Workshop Organization (hand tools) Workshop Ergonomics (work at right height) Head protection PPE (hardhat) Head protection PPE (I’m no dummy, I’m wearing my hardhat) Head Protection PPE (best plans include PPE) Eye protection PPE (required wearing) PPE - General (construction site) PPE - General (construction workers) Focus for Safety (construction work) Horseplay (construction workers) Ladder Safety (inspect before use) Ladder Safety (stability and footwear) Driving (buckle seatbelt) Driving (traffic) Driving (poor weather conditions) Trucking (attend to your load) Office safety (clutter tripping hazard) Office safety (exposed wire tripping hazards) Office safety (work station ergonomics) Office safety (open file drawer) Office Safety (keep the file drawers closed) Falls/Slips (clean up spills) Falls/Slips (walkways, stairs, handrails) First Aid (be prepared) General Safety (best reason to be safe) General Safety (think safety) Healthcare (proper disposal of sharps) Healthcare (lab-chemical handling) Healthcare (lab-protect your vision) Electrical safety (outlet overload) Forklift operation (loads in suspension) Forklift operation (clear aisles) Lifting/Carrying (lift with your legs) Lifting/Carrying (see over your load) Material handling (hand-trucks) Kitchen/Food Service (floor care) Kitchen/Food Service (cleanliness) Kitchen/Food Service (organization) Fire safety (no smoking poster) Fire safety (at home) Adobe Reader is required to view one or more of these documents. You may download Adobe Reader by clicking on the button below.