Interesting collection of the Soviet accident prevention posters.
Look out for buffers.
Put the tool rest closer to the stone.
Hey, scatterbrain, don’t cripple your friends!
Don’t throw the strops inside the hold without warning.
Don’t walk on fish.
Throwing off the fender, hold the clamp.
Hide the hair.
Don’t use the badly-mounted maul.
They are working upstairs. Don’t stay under the mast.
A fan is a friend of labor. Let it work forever.
Lay the bricks in the right way.
Containers with chemicals should have accurate inscriptions.
Threw rags about? Get a hit on the face.
Don’t clean the cylinder while it’s in motion.
Don’t clutter your working place.
Don’t open the lid of the picker before the engine stops.
Don’t use your leg for taking off the belting.
Don’t leave anything without bracing.
Foreman! Have you done your best for work safety?
I was drunk at work.
Tie yourself working on steep roofs.
Be careful with forks.
Look out for splashes! They can burn you.
Don’t work with an untied hose.
Give a signal and hide yourself in a safe place before the blast.
Be careful extending the wires.
Clinch the nails.
Be able to free the injured from electricity.
Don’t carry the bottles without corks.
Use a fork when giving the sludge.
Enclose the end of the arbor.
Don’t use water when extinguishing the engine. Water is an electricity conductor.
Don’t try with your finger if there is electricity.
Put the work piece into the die mould only using the forceps. Dangerous!
Watch your step!
Be careful with a shovel.
Be careful with a spud.
Don’t begin a new kind of work without being instructed.
Look where you’re going.
Don’t walk under the transmission arbor.
Don’t put the belt on while moving.
Be careful of the wash net.
And these are the pictures from the book for children called “Hello, I’m a robot” published in 1989. They reflect the Soviet view on future robotics.