Remind workers to safe and comply with standards enforced by OSHA.
Select supplies in the colors and widths you need to make compliant pipe markers. You’ll find all the colors in the ANSI/ASME A13.1 color code, plus many others.
Protect your workers from hazards and your business from receiving non-compliance penalties from OSHA.
All companies operating in the United States must abide by regulations set forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our OSHA signs are designed to comply with ANSI 1967 and ANSI 2011 standards for signs, which is the standard that is the basis for OSHA’s sign-related regulations.
Keep your facility OSHA compliant.
OSHA safety signs are visual cues that help keep your workplace protected from accidents and compliant with OSHA standards. Visual communication helps workers keep safety first, and informs visitors of the dangers that lurk ahead.
Visually communicate dangers around your facility.
OSHA requires that workplaces with safety hazards post Danger, Warning, or Caution signs to alert people to the type of hazard and level of danger present. These signs have specific headers that include signal words and their assigned colors (red, orange, or yellow).
Avoid OSHA violations and keep your employees safe.
In unforgiving industrial environments, visual communication like OSHA danger signs help decrease the risk of catastrophic accidents that cause serious injury or death. It’s for this reason that OSHA requires facilities to abide by ANSI sign standards: either ANSI Z53 or Z35, or ANSI Z535.
OSHA tags keep your facility safe and healthy.
In fast-paced, hazardous work environments, OSHA requires that companies use labels and signs that inform workers of dangers in ways that meet certain standards. OSHA labels will not only help keep your team safe, but also avoid the unpleasant consequences of OSHA violations
Alert workers and first responders of immediate hazards in the area.
OSHA tags are perfect for ensuring equipment and machines are running sufficiently and safely prior to inspections, and these tags help prepare for future inspections. OSHA inspections don’t have to be a source of anxiety and tension in the workplace. Let these OSHA tags keep you prepared for inspections at every turn.
Keep your employees protected from hazards
Banners are an essential aspect to visual communication in industrial settings. OSHA banners in particular alert workers and first responders about hazards and relay information about the immediate area. These banners are OSHA compliant and contain standardized colors, phrases, and pictures.