According to OSHA standard 1910.145(e)(2), the wording of any sign needs to be concise and fully legible. It should also contain enough information to be easily understood. If you have workers in your facility who speak a language other than English, you need to incorporate this into your visual communications system.
Bilingual labels make it easy for you to accommodate bilingual and Spanish-speaking workers. These labels provide caution about hazards and remind people to put on their personal protective equipment in an understandable way for everyone. With bilingual labels, you don’t have to worry about any type of miscommunication occurring and can ensure all signs in your facility are easily understood.