The British Safety Council was founded in 1957 and since then this charitable organization has grown to be the world’s leading authority on health and safety.
But thanks to the the work of communications designer Carina Hinze, the traditional look of the council is getting a major revamp and Hinze’s red, white and blue themed design sees this organization making a simpler, better designed brand aesthetic that will better assist the millions of people who use their services.
The British Safety Council is responsible for over 600 applications spread across numerous platforms, so this rebranding effort has been a large undertaking to say the least. Hinze’s design takes its inspiration from the well known hazard stripes typically associated with health and safety.
Unpublished - Title: Enhance
British Safety Council Revamps
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