Promote workplace safety choosing bold, clear signs that warn of potential dangers. Practice damage control and keep people out of restricted areas. Signs come in plastic, aluminum, and durable vinyl options so that you can be confident they'll last, even in high-traffic areas.
Keep People Out of Danger When materials or open flames pose a physical danger in your workplace, make sure every employee and visitor is aware with appropriate "Danger" signs. Choose specific warning signs to note fire hazards, flammable materials, radiation, x-rays, and inoperable equipment.
Safety Precautions Set out two-sided floor signs to warn passersby about wet floors or tripping hazards. Many of these signs are foldable, portable, and come in English and Spanish. Make sure your employees comply with all safety requirements by posting signs announcing that doors must be kept open, reminding them to bend their knees while lifting, and pointing out hygiene regulations. Add to workplace safety by updating and replacing power strips, cords, and plugs around the office.
Block Off Restricted Areas "Private property" signs give you an extra barrier with regard to legal liability and let trespassers know you mean business. Post "construction site" signs to keep employees and visitors aware of potential dangers and hard-hat or safety shoe requirements. "Authorized personnel only" signs are available for walls and in stand-up floor versions to make sure your message gets across.
Specialty Options When you're required to warn visitors that they're being videotaped, make the notice professional and official by choosing a sign made from durable aluminum. Make life for company messengers and truck drivers easier by clearly posting "no riders" signs on their vehicles as a reminder of your standard business policy. Even when your company rules are explicit about your expectations, adding ""no alcohol or drugs"" signs keep certain regulation front and center in your employees' minds. MoreLess