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I was building a demo for a workshop and needed a few safety training images. Fortunately Microsoft has some decent images available on their site.

  • Click here to get an image search box. Ignore the “no results” message.
  • Search for “Style 401”
  • Microsoft’s Services Agreement: I get a lot of questions about whether or not you can use the images. Check out their service agreement to learn more. Section 8.1 discusses use of the media elements.

Here’s the safety training demo I created for the workshop. It’s for a session on how to use the slider feature in Storyline 2.

Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - safety training course example

Click here to view the elearning example.

Below are some of the images from Style 401. I sorted them into general groups to make it easier to see how they could be used. Some of the images are in multiple groups if they feature different safety equipment or procedures.

Safety Training Equipment Images

Head Protection

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Eye Protection

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Hand Protection

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Respiratory Protection

Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - safety training breathing respiratory

Foot Protection

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Hearing Protection

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Safety Attire

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Safety Training Procedures & Use Cases

Safety Procedures

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Lifting Safely

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Handling Hazardous Material

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I was pleasantly surprised to find an entire clip art style dedicated to safety training. There’s a lot from which to choose and should help when you need to build your own safety training. If you use this style to build something, please share it with the rest of us so we can see what you did.


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11 responses to “Free Images for Your Safety Training Courses”

Great find. I’m working on safety training right not. Thanks for sharing.

October 9th, 2014

Thanks. Love the blog and useful tips. I’ll bookmark these for our annual training.

October 9th, 2014

Question. How did you change the clip art from the original? I like the way you made them look in your safety example.

October 9th, 2014

Thanks for all of your tips and tricks. This was is really helpful. We are always trying to find good clip art since that’s all we get to use at work. I’ll share that with the team.

Neat. Any other clip art styles like that for a single topic?

@Horace: not sure about other styles. I kind of stumbled on that one. If I find any I’ll post an update.

@Erna: I’ll do a follow up post on how I modified these images.

@Others: thanks for the kind words, glad you find the blog posts helpful.

These are great. Having played around with them I just wondered how you got the black bit of the top of the hand in the Eye Protection bit. I couldn’t ungroup or separate it….

All images are use very clear how you use it.

November 4th, 2014

Thanks for keeping me informed, about this; I’ll use in the future

November 5th, 2014

WOW !! What a Awesome blog and great shared to Safety Training Equipment, Really thanks author for your helpful tropic and article. I got valuable info here.