These Radiation Protection posters were produced at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the late 1940s, where the most of the work was done on the Manhattan Project. Before the Cold War was in full effect, these posters warned of dangers that would come to define a generation.
Health Physics Surveyors are trained and equipped to help you avoid radiation exposure
Radiation need not be feared – but it must command your respect
Immediate Care for Contaminated Wounds
For your protection
Wear protective clothing when contamination is possible
Forgotten meters measure no radiation
A hand count in time… saves nine!
You MAY Get A Harmful Dose IF You Do Not Follow Safe Methods — a poster from the Y-12 National Security Complex
The images are from Oak Ridge Health Physics Historical Instrumentation Museum Collection, except when noted otherwise.