Vintage poster "Don't use your neighbor's mask" - Commissariat a l'énergie atomique 1964
By Jacques Castan, 1964
Return to the IAEA campaign in 1964 to raise awareness about the dangers of radioactivity. The translated posters present protective measures and precautions to take in case of exposure.
In 1964, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) created a series of posters to educate the public about the dangers of radioactivity.
These posters were translated into several languages and were used in schools, libraries and other public places to inform people about the risks of radioactivity, sources of radiation, health effects, protective measures and precautions to take.
The posters helped to educate the public about the risks of radiation and the preventive measures to be taken in case of exposure to radiation sources.
Today, radioactivity awareness posters are still used to inform the public about the risks of radiation and the preventive measures to take.
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THE POSTER IS SENT IN A RIGID TUBE