What Do Seat Belts, Life Jackets And Anti Jack Knife Technology Have In Common They Were All The Subjects Of Campaigns Run By The British Safety Council Since Its Inception In 1957 James Tye, Its Charismatic Founder And Leader For Nearly 40 Years, Created The British Safety Council To Bring About A Transformation In How Great Britain Viewed Safety And Health In 1957, Hundreds, If Not Thousands, Of Workers Were Killed In Accidents And James Marshalled Every Conceivable Technique To Save Lives, Including PR Stunts, Training, Lobbying For Better Laws And, Crucially, What He Called Propaganda , In The Form Of Posters And Other Communication Tools.In 2014, A Long Lost Collection Of Posters, Papers And Letters Were Found Gathering Dust In A Warehouse The British Safety Council, Wanting To Mark Its 60 Year History And Its Role In Reducing Deaths At Work, Decided To Preserve The Collection And Commissioned Historian Mike Esbester To Trace The History Of Health And Safety In Britain From The Late 1960s Through The Posters And Photographs Of The TimeTransformative Propaganda Opening The Archives Of The British Safety Council Offers A Fascinating And Vivid Insight Into The Social And Political Realities Of The 1960s, 1970s And 1980s Through A Wealth Of Historical Documents, Press Cuttings, Correspondence, Photographs And Posters It Offers A Truly Extraordinary Window Onto The Evolution Of Health And Safety Within The UK And Richly Deserves A Place On The Bookshelf Of Every Safety Professional.
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- 176 pages
- Transformative Propaganda
- Mike Esbester
- 07 January 2017 Mike Esbester