Healthy lifestyle information on canteen tables

Laminated healthy lifestyle posters are displayed beneath a layer of perspex covering the canteen tables. This is screwed down to prevent the posters moving. The perspex also allows the tables to be cleaned without removal of the posters.

The posters are changed at fortnightly intervals.

The tables are made from a resin with an uneven surface which quickly gets ingrained with dirt, so the perspex has a dual role in keeping the surface of the tables clean.

The latest safety alerts and best practice posters are also laminated and displayed beneath a layer of perspex on the canteen tables.

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