Make specialized signs that meet your facility’s unique needs.
Sometimes, the easiest way to get what you want is to create it yourself. For that reason, we’re happy to work with you to create your own custom sign free of any additional charges. We’re happy to add company logos to pre-existing sign designs, change or add icons, re-phrase any messaging, update colors, swap layouts, etc. Whatever you need, we’re here for you.
Keep your employees safe with safety signs.
Safety signs play a key role, though, in many aspects of safety from notifying people of tripping hazards and PPE requirements to explaining arc flash and chemical hazards.
Businesses must label safety hazards with OSHA-compliant safety labels.
Safety labels for machines are common. Labels are also frequently used in areas where slips and falls are likely, on electrical equipment, near chemical hazards, and in locations with dangerous atmospheres.
Protect employees and prevent passersby from entering restricted areas.
Common safety signs for construction sites warn people that they need to wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), must have authorization to enter certain areas, or should check in at a main office upon arrival at the site.
Improve your facility with a complete floor marking system. Start with floor signs.
A good floor sign should be able to handle heavy-duty industrial traffic, withstand water and chemical spills, and resist UV damage. Our floor signs do that and more. These durable signs will last a long time without losing color or top-layer traction.
Make sure your facility is easy to navigate with simple instructional signs.
These facility signs convey basic information about exits, restrooms, trash and recycling, and workplace policies (where smoking and eating are permitted, whether firearms are allowed, which locations are private, etc.). Some of these signs use the “Notice” OSHA header, while others use easily recognizable symbols to get their messages across.
Keep your facility GHS and OSHA compliant.
Businesses must comply with OSHA's Hazard Communication (HazCom) Standard for educating and informing workers about hazardous chemicals in the workplace.
Warn people about electrical hazards with proper electrical safety signs.
Post electrical signs on equipment and in other areas where electrical energy could cause injury. Signs warning of arc flash are also required when arc flash incidents are possible. Many electrical safety signs need to meet formatting requirements outlined by ANSI, NFPA, and OSHA.
Stay organized and efficient with equipment labeling.
There’s perhaps nothing more frustrating than knowing the tool that you need is around somewhere but not being able to find it. Equipment labeling ensures your team knows where to find the tools they need to do their jobs well and efficiently.
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). For situations when a sign doesn’t involve safety but still needs to communicate important information, Notice signs (with a blue header) are appropriate.
Remind people to wear PPE with appropriate signs.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is often the last line of defense between employees and hazards in the workplace. That’s why reminding people to wear PPE with appropriate signs is an important part of a PPE program.
Direct vehicle traffic flow and prevent accidents.
Whether the vehicles at your facility operate indoors or out, you need traffic signs to direct traffic flow and prevent accidents. These signs display speed limits, highlight parking restrictions, alert pedestrians about unsafe areas or high traffic levels, and more.
Protect your business and the people who visit it.
Keep people out of restricted areas, communicate whether smoking is allowed, or point out an area is under video surveillance.
When emergencies happen, workers need to be able to respond quickly.
During an emergency, people may need to find first aid equipment like eyewash stations, showers, AEDs, and first aid kits quickly. Post noticeable first aid signs near these items or directing people to first aid stations.
Make sure people can respond quickly to a fire.
These signs often include standard text, symbols, and colors (usually red and white) so they’re recognized immediately as fire safety signs. Use them to mark the locations of fire extinguishers, hoses, sprinklers, and exits so people can respond appropriately or evacuate.
Minimize risks and keep people safe in sensitive work areas.
Foreign object damage (FOD) signs should be posted in sensitive work locations reminding people to remove their tools when they’re finished working to prevent serious incidents.
Give people the information they need to perform tasks quickly and effectively.
Warehouses operate better when there are signs to direct traffic, warn people of hazards, provide instructions, and assist with organization.
Signs on demand- where and when you need them.
The LabelTac® 9 Industrial Labeling System makes creating customized signs easy and hassle-free. These printers are built to print high-quality, large-format signs that will last.
Communicate the information people need in the places where they need it.
Labels can help make this happen by communicating the information people need in the places where they need it. Labels can warn people of hazards, provide instructions, or convey organizational information.
Create indestructible virtual signs on any surface.
SignCast™ Virtual Signs are the perfect solution for high traffic areas where traditional floor signs can’t hold up. If you’re looking for a meaningful, long-term solution to visual communication in your facility, this is it.