Empire Stevedoring
Object ID
Tools and Equipment for Communication, Visual communication, visual communication devices, sign, instructional
Place Made
Vancouver, B.C.

Sign attributed to Empire Stevedoring. Yellow cardboard with black printing. .2 cm holes punched near each corner. Sign reads in upper left, Please post in a conspicuous place where it can be read by your workmen. this supplements but does not replace Notice to Workmen poster (A.P. 401), March 1st, 1940. To the right of this is the British Columbian logo. Below this is, NOTICE TO WORKMEN/ REPORTING ACCIDENTS/ 1. Notify your employer of the accident at once. Tell the first aid man or foreman how, when, and where the accident occurred. 2. Get first aid immediately. Do not wait until blood poisoning develops. Even slight injuries require first aid. The law requires a workman to notify his employer of the accident as soon as practicable after it occurs. Unless there is sufficient reason for the omission, failure to notify the employer as required is a bar to any claim for compensation. Compliance with the foregoing will save confusion, unnecessary correspondence and delay in settlement of claims. Don't hesitate to notify your employer and the Board of any conditions which appear to you to be dangerous. November 30th, 1940. THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD 411 DUNSMUIR STREET, VANCOUVER, B.C. The back of the sign is blank.

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created by: Workmen's Compensation Board