This is an interactive cartoon – hover over what you think is a warehouse hazard. If you’re right a box will pop-up with information in it.
Engage your workforce with interactive videos and images. Make interactive hotspots in your training that show text, images, video, link to other sites, live streaming, almost anything!
I can create similar interactive cartoons on any health and safety subject or setting. The possibilities are endless.
Did you spot the hazards in the warehouse? Educate your warehouse staff with this cartoon – health and safety cartoons can save accidents. In this cartoon you should have picked out the following hazards: guy climbing up racking, split chemicals on the floor, guy has a ladder on top of some pallets trying to reach something from a ladder, broken window pane, fire exit blocked with pallets, rubbish and wheelie bins, guy on the forks of a fork lift truck, guy over-reaching from off the top of a stack of pallets, guy smoking, guy about to tread in oil spilt- slip hazard, unguarded machine, leaping over safety barrier, fork truck driver has load lifted very high over colleagues heads, twisting hazard, cutting hazard and finally lady in high heel shoes.
Here’s a cartoon whiteboard animation video I’ve just completed for a long term client Maria Odeyemi of Coaching2Transform.com
A little bit about what Maria does at Coaching2Transform:
“We have been supporting leaders and business owners step into the characters necessary to Start,Stay, and Grow their business for many years. Leaders gain more clarity, understanding, as well as focus.
During that time we’ve become very successful in helping our clients to generate the leads ..and dramatically increase their revenue and profits”.
A little bit about what Maria kindly said about me!
Richard of the Cartoon Doodle Videos has always provided inspiring, motivational cartoons and illustrations for my growing Coaching and Mentoring Practice. Since 2004 Richard has always been professional, patient, and accommodating.
Once again thank you for my very first ever You Tube Whiteboard AnimationVideo ‘Stop Struggling with Your Business’ whiteboard animation. I hope that it truly speaks and captures the heart of all small business owners who want to work ‘on’ their business as well as working ‘in’ their business.
The main reason for using The Cartoon Studio is quite simple – CARTOONS ATTRACT ATTENTION! Corporations need to communicate their brands/products/services and cartoons and cartoon strips are a brilliant means of communication. Well targeted cartoons attract the eye and get remembered.
To commemorate a special event: birthday, anniversary, leaving, retirement, be it personal or group, why not try commissioning caricatures from photos? Images like these can be personalized to suit any type of celebration. Caricatures from photos are great business giveaways, especially if they depict top executives in a light hearted and funny pose.
Caricatures from photos also make great motivational items, especially when the subject is a recipient of an award or honor. The members of the whole sales team can also be depicted in caricatures from photos and displayed for all to see and derive inspiration from. During company events like days out and conventions, caricatures from photos are quite suitable as souvenirs.
How many warehouse hazards can you spot? Train your warehouse staff with this cartoon – a health and safety cartoon can save accidents. Use it as a quiz in your training programs.
Ensure that your team are trained on safety procedures and consistently stick to them. Growing complacent or careless over time can lead to accidents that could have easily been prevented. Health and safety cartoons like the one below can be used as a refresher.
This cartoon measures 59.4cm x 42cm (A2 size) and can be printed out poster size for you to educate your staff in your training programmes. I would be happy to edit out hazards you do not require or add others I haven’t illustrated – I want to work with you to get the hazard spotting image exactly right for your health and safety training.
Here’s the list of hazards in this cartoon…
Chemicals cabinet left open,
chemical drum lid not secure,
Chemical drum spillage,
using compressed on clothing,
ear defenders up at noisy site,
rubbish attracting rats,
over reaching on ladder,
ladder on top of unsteady boxes,
smoking in non-smoking area,
forklift truck hitting racking causing product boxes to fall from racking,
unsafe practice of forklift truck lifting rolling ladders to reach out of reach broken lights,
stood on containers instead of using rolling ladder,
oil drum spillage onto warehouse floor,
unsafe box hanging from racking,
stood on pail reaching,
working using pallets to get extra height on ladder,
worker carrying stack on boxes down stairs – can’t see where he is going,
worker running down stairs,
guy carrying too heavy containers down steps,
worker trying to lift large box on his own – should get assistance,
worker tripping over box,
rolling ladder on it’s side,
spillage not cleaned up,
worker about to trip on cable,
chains left in middle of work area,
working texting while walking and about to fall down uncovered manhole,
worker has clothing stuck in conveyor,
worker twisting while moving boxes from conveyor,
leaving an open electrical cabinet unattended,
worker reaching under conveyor to fix something while power is still on,
garbage/rubbish in paper and cardboard only wheelie bin,
wheelie bin left in walk area,
worker pulling pallet truck – can’t see where he is going,
worker pulling bag out from half way down a stack – stack falling onto him,
guy talking on mobile/cell phone about to tread onto nail in broken pallet,
extension cable left unwound – dangerous trip hazard,
fire extinguisher not in it’s proper holder,
fire exit blocked,
workers riding on forklift truck,
worker not concentrating while cutting box strapping,
worker eating on warehouse floor, overflowing trashcan,
worker dressed on shorts and sandals,
forklift truck driver not looking where he is driving – hitting worker,
truck in dock hitting worker,
truck not using wheel chokes,
worker walking while on phone going down steps,
worker slipping/tripping on spilt items,
worker reading clipboard about to be hit by forklift truck driver who can’t see him,
worker setting himself on fire while shrink-wrapping pallet,
incorrect lifting of heavy pails,
dangerously incorrect stack of pallets,
health and safety poster upside-down,
wheelchair user blocked in my inappropriate stacked boxes,
When commissioning cartoons… Pick TWO of the three options!
Good+Fast = Expensive Choose this and I’ll postpone every other project on my drawing board, my round of golf or give up my footy match ticket and work day and night to get your job done. It WILL NOT BE CHEAP though!
Good+Cheap = Slow Choose good and cheap and I’ll still do a great job at a discounted price. But you’ll have to be patient while I fit you in after my higher paying clients, updating my web site, going down the gym, my footy matches, rounds of golf and liquid lunches!
Fast+Cheap = Inferior Choose this option at your peril. It will still be delivered on time but it will be inferior, as many corners as possible will be cut. You know the saying ‘You get what you pay for!’ The least favorable option in my opinion!