EPPO Communication kits

Don't Risk It! 



In 2013, EPPO published a poster 'Don't Risk It' together with an accompanying leaflet. The objective of these documents is to raise public awareness about the risks of moving plants and their associated pests during international travel and to encourage responsible behaviour. It is primarily intended that the poster should be displayed in airports or any other sites where international travellers will see it (e.g. seaports, railway stations, travel agencies, embassies). This poster was endorsed officially by the EPPO Executive Committee in April 2013 and circulated to all EPPO member countries in May 2013. National Plant Protection Organizations (NPPOs) are strongly encouraged to contact airport authorities or any other relevant bodies so that the poster can be displayed as widely as possible.


Since 2013, many NPPOs have translated the EPPO poster and leaflet and used them in their national  information campaigns. Share their experience!
The EPPO Secretariat would very much appreciate to continue receiving more feed-back from NPPOs about the use of the poster and leaflet. 



NPPOs can personalize and translate the poster and leaflet – original file formats (InDesign and Word)




Download the poster (A1, A2, A3 format in English, French and Chinese) – PDF files


 Chinese version 

A1 format (594 x 841 mm)

A2 format (420 x 594 mm)

A3 format (297 x 420 mm) 


Chinese translation was kindly provided by the Irish Department of Agriculture, Food & the Marine

 Arabic version 

A1 format (594 x 841 mm)

A2 format (420 x 594 mm)

A3 format (297 x 420 mm) 


Arabic translation was kindly provided by the Near East Plant Protection Organization (NEPPO)




Download the leaflet (in English and French)  – PDF files






Other 'goodies'






With a badge printer (plastic cards, a puncher and appropriate straps), luggage tags and key chains can easily be prepared. The corresponding pdf files can be downloaded here.


Luggage tag



Key chain




The EPPO Secretariat wishes to thank more particularly Dr David Slawson from Fera (GB) and the members of the EPPO Panel on Plant Protection Information
for their valuable help during the preparation of these documents.