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RoSPA finds historic posters

18th September 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has found a collection of historic safety posters from its archive.

The articles were found during a clear out of the group's old warehouse, where more than 700 of them were made.

Forty of the posters were chosen to be put on public display earlier this year and can now be bought as high quality framed or unframed prints.

Tom Eckersley, Leonard Cusden and George Smith are among those who created the designs.

Janice Cave, RoSPA's history project manager, said: "We were astonished at the wide variety of styles used by the different artists and the high calibre of their work. These posters are a striking visual reminder of the development of RoSPA's safety messages over the years."

These new artistic findings come after RoSPA's Occupational Health and Safety Awards gala dinners raised more than £27,000.

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