In any facility, proper signage is important for the safety of both workers and guests. Facility safety should be at the top of any manager's list in order to prevent accidents. With proper planning, your facility can be safe for everyone. Use a variety of safety signs and equipment to help prevent any mishaps and ensure a pleasant environment for everyone. Browse our selection of signs to find the right ones for your facility.
A properly placed safety sign can make all the difference in the event of an accident or emergency. Safety signs should be strategically placed throughout your facility to mark restrooms, exits, stairwells, wheelchair accessible areas and fire extinguishers. Place signs near elevators to warn employees and visitors to use the stairs in event of a fire.
Use safety signs to indicate areas where certain behaviors are restricted, such as smoking and cell phone use. Clearly mark areas where only employees are permitted to limit unauthorized access.
Strategically placed hazard signs will help warn employees and guests of potential mishaps. Place wet floor tent signs to warn visitors to tread carefully in freshly mopped areas. Place signs in areas that are closed for cleaning and maintenance to restrict access.
Be sure to have the proper signs required for workplace compliance, including employee hand washing signs and OSHA safety guideline posters. Check with the proper authorities to see which signs are required for your particular facility.
In addition to signs, crowd control devices can provide additional safety for employees and visitors. Use portable barriers and stanchions where needed to limit or restrict access to particular areas.
Be sure to have safety equipment on hand that is suitable for your facility. Keep proper safety storage cans in areas where hazardous liquids such as chemicals and fuel are used. In areas where potentially hazardous materials are used, keep an organized system for storing material safety data sheets in an accessible location. Keep a supply of equipment lockout tags to mark equipment that is unsafe to use.
When working in environments where the danger of a fall is present, consider fall protection kits to protect workers and bystanders from accidents.