The customisable ‘toolkit’ contains a resource of poster designs for companies returning to work, from social distancing to personal hygiene.
The Centre of the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) has launched a digital ‘toolkit’ with designs which encourage safe working practices, as some companies return to work.
The posters have been designed by London-based ad agency AML Group. “Clear, concise and simple messaging” was central to the CPNI’s brief for the project, which has taken three weeks to complete.
The project launches after prime minister Boris Johnson announced that companies from some industries would be returning to work as part of an easing of lockdown measures.