Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Soviet Occupational Hazard Posters

Don't
be stupid.


L: Containers with chemicals should have accurate inscriptions.
R: They are working upstairs - don’t stay under the mast.


L: Hide the hair.
R: Don’t walk on fish.


L: Hey, scatterbrain, don’t cripple your friends!
R: Don’t clean the cylinder while it’s in motion.


L: Be careful with forks.
R: Don’t use your leg for taking off the belting.


L: I was drunk at work.
R: Tie yourself working on steep roofs.


L: Don’t leave anything without bracing.
R: Look out for buffers.


L: Don’t open the lid of the picker before the engine stops.
R: Watch your step!


L: Don’t use water when extinguishing the engine. Water is an electricity conductor.
R: Put the work piece into the die mould only using the forceps. Dangerous!


L: Don’t walk under the transmission arbor.
R: Look where you’re going.


L: Be careful with a shovel.
R: Don’t clutter your working place!


Be careful with a spud. Look at the lady on the right - she is not sorry at all, is she?
Aren't these fantastic!? Found via English Russia page

2 comments:

  1. DO NOT WALK ON FISH!

    (yoink!)

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  2. The 'R: Look out for buffers.' is creepy, really.

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