The NPS Safety Office has created a number of posters to help disseminate information to our students and employees. All of the posters below can be printed out on normal printer paper and passed out as fliers or posted to departmental safety bulletin boards. If you would like a large copy of any of these posters, the NPS Safety Office can provide them on 18x12” glossy poster paper for your space. We just ask that you please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to let us know which image you would like and how many!
Statistical information about mishaps of our employees and students for the previous year and tips for avoiding these mishaps yourself!
Halloween Fun Facts and Scary Statistics with tips for staying safe. Even if you will not be trick-or-treating with kids, it is still important to know this information if you plan on being on the roads during Halloween. A shocking 12% of children 5 years or younger are allowed to trick-or-treat alone!
Information reguarding Crane or Rigging related accidents and procedures for reporting.
Monterey Bay Beaches
The Monterey Bay area has a wealth of natural treasures and beautiful beaches. Get out there with your family and enjoy yourself! But before you do, know the Go and No Go areas! There are some particularly dangerous beaches in the area that have high numbers of fatalities.
This poster maps out these dangerous beaches and gives details about them.
Fireworks Safety and Local Info
There are a number of state and local laws that everyone needs to be aware of if they plan on using fireworks in the Monterey Bay area. This poster gives tips for safe use of fireworks and lists the areas where fireworks are BANNED. Firework use on area beaches disturbs the wildlife and can also result in hefty fines!
Slips, Trips, and Falls are the #1 cause of missed time here at the Naval Postgraduate School and many times it can be easily prevented!
NOT IN THE TRASH!
Many common products that we use daily contain potentially hazardous ingredients and require special care when disposed of. It is illegal to dispose of hazardous waste in the garbage, down storm drains, or onto the ground. Chemicals in illegal disposed hazardous waste can be released into the environment and contaminate our air, water, and possible the food we eat.
This poster lists many of the common items that are banned from our waste bins or dumpsters!
There are also a number of posters and other resources available from the Naval Safety Center!