Safer Nights Out

We're running a national campaign in June and July 2019 that aims to make the night-time economy a safer place for both security staff and people on nights out.

We want to raise awareness of how death or serious injury can be caused by unsafe physical restraint. We also want to make it clear that it is not 'all in a day's work' for a door supervisor to be injured just for doing their job.

Please download, share and display the posters below. You can download our 'Safer Physical Intervention' leaflet and poster from this page.

You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your machine to view the publications listed on these pages.

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'Safer Nights Out' Poster 1

Published:
June 2019
Size:
1 pages / 440kb
Content:
This A3 poster encourages door supervisors to report violence or abuse against them. It features a picture of a female door supervisor with the statistic "70 percent of door staff have been physically assaulted at work".
Targeting:
This poster is intended for door supervisors and the businesses employing them. It is also a reminder to the public to treat security staff with respect.
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'Safer Nights Out' Poster 2

Published:
June 2019
Size:
1 pages / 481kb
Content:
This A3 poster encourages door supervisors to report violence or abuse against them. It features a picture of a female door supervisor with the statistic "96 percent of door staff have suffered violence or physical abuse at work".
Targeting:
This poster is intended for door supervisors and the businesses employing them. It is also a reminder to the public to treat security staff with respect.
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'Safer Nights Out' Poster 3

Published:
June 2019
Size:
1 pages / 477kb
Content:
This A3 poster encourages door supervisors to report violence or abuse against them. It features a picture of a male door supervisor with the statistic "44 percent of door staff have needed hospital treatment after being assaulted at work".
Targeting:
This poster is intended for door supervisors and the businesses employing them. It is also a reminder to the public to treat security staff with respect.