Workplace Prohibitions
Late 20th Early 21st Century
23.875 in HIGH x 18 in WIDE
(60.64 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"00964c" printed in black ink at the bottom left corner.

Poster has black text and red, white, and black images on white paper. A black bar at the top of the poster has white text reading "Workplace Prohibitions". Below the bar at the right are three rectangular text boxes with black, shadowed borders stacked vertically. The first box has statistics relevant to drug and alcohol abuse; the second has text on drug and alcohol testing; and the third lists certification requirements for any company with a federal contract. At the left is an image of various drugs and alcoholic substances circled and crossed out in red with white text. Beneath the image is a square text box with a list of warning signs of alcohol and drug abuse. In the middle of the poster toward the right is a space for companies to fill in where written complaints should be submitted to. Near the bottom right is another black bar with white text reading "Smoke-Free Workplace" followed by an image of a cigarette circled and crossed out in red at the right and two text boxes stacked vertically at the left with a health warning about smoking and the anti-smoking policy. Near the bottom left is another black bar with white text reading "Weapons In The Workplace" followed by a text box with the violence-free policy and an image of a gun with bullets circled and crossed out in red. At the bottom right is another line for employers to identify a recipient for written complaints.
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