“When television sets started to become ubiquitous in the aftermath of the Second World War people warned that they heralded the death knell for radio. When CDs were launched in the 1980s they were labelled ‘vinyl killers’. Similarly, when email and the internet started to become increasingly commonplace in the early 1990s, doom-mongers claimed that…
“Printing employs around 120,000 workers in mainly small and medium-sized companies. The most common types of accidents are manual handling (27%), slips and trips (22%) and machinery (22%).”
– Health and Safety Executive
Find out more about health and safety in the printing industry at the Health and Safety Executive website.