The Locksmith Journal May/Jun 2018 - Issue 56 - Page 12

12 • INDUSTRYNEWS 6 10 T mwo k o PROUD SPONSORS OF THIS PAGE Images of wellbeing British Safety Council launches poster competition. NDE LOCKSMITHS REQUIRED NATIONWIDE DUE TO MAJOR NEW CONTRACT Following our continued success, Teamwork Locksmiths are looking for good quality NDE locksmiths across the UK. · Are you self-motivated and enthusiastic? · Do you enjoy the challenge of NDE locksmithing? · Do you want to be part of our success story? This work will be on a self-employed basis and can be a good addition to you general call out work. These jobs can be anywhere from a single booking up to a full day. PLEASE CONTACT Sophie Dyer - 01299 407185 E: » » BRITAIN’S SAFETY record is one of the best in the world. However, the changing nature of employment poses new risks to the health and wellbeing of employees. A move away from standard work practices, new technologies, long hours and an ageing workforce will dramatically change our working lives. The wellbeing of people, who in the future will work with robots that don’t need rest or social interaction, is likely to be significantly affected. ‘They can be a static or a moving poster in a digital format’ In view of these changes and their implications for the workforce, the British Safety Council has launched a multimedia poster competition that will focus on wellbeing at work. It is challenging workers, designers and students to visualise what wellbeing at work or in education means for them today. The British Safety Council’s posters of the 1960s,1970s and 1980s have become a fascinating record of the social and political realities of the times. The charity hopes that this competition will produce a LOCKSMITHJOURNAL.CO.UK | MAY/JUN 2018 Sponsored by Insafe | | social and historical record of similar significance. The competition ‘Images of wellbeing’, offering a range of cash prizes, is open to all entrants in two age groups: under 21-year- olds and for people aged 21 years and over. Entries can be submitted by both individuals or teams. They can be a static or a moving poster in a digital format. The entries should be accompanied by a 300-500- word statement which will explain the following: • the theme their design explores, • how they would use the poster in the workplace, • why they have chosen their message, • who is the target of the message and • where they would locate their poster (social media, staff room etc). The closing date for entries is Monday, 3 September 2018. All shortlisted entries will be displayed at an exhibition in a central London venue and widely published online. The entries will be assessed by a judging panel which will include Dr Mike Esbester, senior history lecturer at the University of Portsmouth and author of Beware! Safety watchdog with fearsome bark, which features historic posters and other campaigning documents produced by the British Safety Council during the past 60 years.