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IZISEBENZI ZOKUDLA ZIPHOQELELA IZINDAWO EZIPHEPHILE NEZINEMPILO : UMSINDO UNGAKWENZA ISITHULU FOOD WORKERS DEMAND A HEALTHY AND SAFE WORKPLACE : NOISE CAN MAKE YOU DEAF

Theme: Labour: An injury to one is an injury to all!


Call Number: 1397
Identifier: AL2446_1397
Title: IZISEBENZI ZOKUDLA ZIPHOQELELA IZINDAWO EZIPHEPHILE NEZINEMPILO : UMSINDO UNGAKWENZA ISITHULU FOOD WORKERS DEMAND A HEALTHY AND SAFE WORKPLACE : NOISE CAN MAKE YOU DEAF
Date: 1985
Subject: Images of Defiance- IOD;
Food workers;
healthy and safe workplace;
noise
Description: This poster is silkscreened black, produced at the Screen Training Program (STP) by the Health Information Centre (HIC) for the Food and Canning Workers’ Union (FCWU), Johannesburg. This poster depicts the dangers of noise in the workplace and how food workers fought for a healthy and safe workplace. The text reads “IZISEBENZI ZOKUDLA ZIPHOQELELA IZINDAWO EZIPHEPHILE NEZINEMPILO UMSINDO UNGAKWENZA ISITHULU FOOD WORKERS DEMAND A HEALTHY AND SAFE WORKPLACE NOISE CAN MAKE YOU DEAF” Digitised by Specialised Archival Solutions in 2009. Reproduced in "Images of Defiance: South African Resistance posters in the 1980s" on page 71 (number 128) of the 1991 SAHA / Ravan Press edition and the 2004 SAHA / STE Publishers edition.
Creator: Health Information Centre (HIC) at the Screen Training Project (STP) for the Food and Canning Workers’ Union (FCWU)
Type: Poster
Format: Access image - jpg
Preservation image - tiff
Source: SAHA collection AL2446
Language: English/Zulu
Coverage: South Africa
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