All leaflets


About to retire? Why you should stay a Prospect member   info
Leaflet to encourage members who are retiring to stay with Prospect. Updated January 2020

Have you ever wondered why people join a trade union?   info
Leaflet outlining the benefits of Prospect membership: protecting your interests at work, representing you to management, campaigning for jobs and standards, providing individual benefits and services, influencing employers and government.

Retention guide for reps. Staying with Prospect – why retention matters   info
Whatever members’ reasons for moving or leaving your employer, we need reps to talk to them about why they should stay with Prospect.

Student membership subscription   info
Do you know anyone going off to university? Why not tell them about Prospect’s student membership scheme?

Fair pensions? The case for a sustainable Pension Commission   info
Prospect's policy on the case for a sustainable Pension Commission launched at a Prospect TUC fringe 2015

Towards a sustainable aviation industry for the UK   info
Document setting out Prospect's vision of a sustainable aviation sector

Safety representatives and safety committees – Brown Book   info
The TUC/Prospect 'Brown book' sets out the regulations, codes of practice and guidance on the Safety Representatives and Safety Committees Regulations, 1977 and legislation that requires employers to consult with employees or safety representatives. March 2015 edition.

Member recruit member, leaflet for members in energy sector, updated 2019   info
Member recruit member, leaflet for members in energy sector (green cover), updated 2019

Member recruit member, general leaflet and application form   info
Leaflet and application form for our Member recruit member initiative. If you're signing up a colleague, this is the leaflet to use.

40@40: health and safety stories from the frontline   info
Celebrating 40 years of protecting life, Prospect brings you 40@40: health and safety stories from inspectors whose voices are rarely heard yet are envied around the globe for their professionalism, regulatory intelligence and discretion.

Raising our sights: good work in a fairer and stronger economy   info
Our six key components of good work are: Secure, interesting, fulfilling jobs; a culture based on trust and fairness; choice and control over hours; reward and effort in balance; degree of control over pace of work and environment; employee voice.

I’m a Prospect member – ask me how to join   info
A5 landscape tent card to put on work desks to aid recruitment