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Banners and Posters

Using the chart below, contact the department or office that is responsible for the space where you would like to hang up the banner or poster.

​Item You Would Like to Hang or Post

​Department to be Contacted

​​Banners

​Events and Conferences Department (S365, x8580)

​Bulletin Board Flyers or Posters

​​Student Activities (S204, x8573)

 

FIRE RETARDANT CLOTH AND PLASTIC BANNERS

  • Before purchasing a banner, ask the manufacturer to supply a fire-retardant treatment certificate

  • Provide the fire-retardant treatment certificate to notify the EHS Office)

DISPLAYING OR HANGING UP POSTERS AND BANNERS

  • Secure the lightweight poster to the wall. Facilities Management (FM) prohibits the use of duct or packing tape. Refer to the Decorations section for other options

  • Use rope or wire to secure heavy banners. It may be best to request assistance from FM with hanging posters or banners

  • Hang a long banner or poster so the bottom is at least 6 feet 8 inch above the floor

  • Make sure no one walks underneath while a heavy banner or poster is being hung

  • DO NOT USE three-legged easels to display posters in main or exit/entry corridors.  Floor poster holder displays should have a solid base to comply with the American with Disabilities Act standards

  • Fire code prohibits obstructing exit pathways

REMOVING POSTERS AND BANNERS

  • If the banner is heavy, make sure no one walks underneath while the banner is being removed. It may be best to request assistance from FM with removing posters or banners

  • Each group is responsible for removing its poster(s)

  • Re-use, recycle or dispose of posters or banners in the nearest compactor (Contact FM in S101, x8026 or Shipping and Receiving in N101, x8049)

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Last updated 11/13/2019 3:31 AM