Take 5 Book Template & Take 5 Safety Examples

Require a take 5 safety book template to address hazards in a work site or workplace? A take 5 safety book will help to make your workplace a safer environment, keeping your workers free from harm.

Hazards in the workplace can be anything. They come in a number of different forms. Whether these are heavy machinery, large equipment, faulty products, bad weather conditions, hazardous substances, electricity or confined spaces, all these pose danger to your employees.

That is why protecting your workers – from the top management team down to the lowest level – against different types of inherent hazards should be a key priority in your workplace. While accidents are inevitable, these can be mitigated by carrying out an effective risk assessment and having a support system in place to manage risks.

When will digital printing overtake offset printing?

When Will Digital Printing Overtake Offset Printing?

 

There’s been a lot of debate about digital printing overtaking offset printing and when this will happen. There’s also lots of confusion about what offset printing actually is and the benefits of digital printing versus offset printing.

Many consider offset printing better quality than digital printing which was definitely the case early on but digital printing technologies have come a long way in the last decade.

Truth is, both options have their own unique benefits so it’s more a matter of which option is best for your individual print project than one being better quality than the other.

To answer the question of when digital printing will overtake offset printing, we should first address the following:

How to Plan a Seamless Print Project

Follow these simple steps to ensure you save time and money on your next print project:

1. What do you need?

Quantity - Consider what is the minimum and maximum quantity you’re likely to use?

Size – Can you use one of the following standard sizes or do you need a custom fit? Always measure and quote custom size jobs in millimetres to be exact.

  • A0 (1189 x 841mm)
  • A1 (841 x 594mm)
  • A2 (594 x 420mm)
  • A3 (420 x 297mm)
  • A4 (210 x 297mm)
  • A5 (210 x 148mm)
  • A6 (105 x 148mm)
  • DL (210 x 99mm)

Paper stock/ Substrate – For paper stocks you’ll need to decide on the following:

  • Thickness – 80gsm, 90gsm, 150gsm, 250gsm, 300gms?
  • Finish – gloss, matt, uncoated, textured, recycled, adhesive, NCR?

Or do you need something more durable than paper? - vinyl stickers, vinyl banners, corflute signs, banner printing, pull up banners, a-frame signs, flag banners

Number of pages – Single, double sided or multipage brochures/booklets? What is the total number of printed pages required for multipage?

Finishes - laminating, spot gloss varnish, cut to shape, folding, perforating, padding, binding, etc.