If you own a business, you need many kinds of signs to stay compliant with OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, and other regulations. You’ll need pipe markers to label the facility’s pipes, safety signs to mark hazards, first aid signs and fire equipment signs pointing people to emergency response supplies, and more. In most cases, signs for compliance need to use assigned colors, formats, and text so they’re easily recognizable for employees and visitors. You can learn about safety signs required by OSHA, for example, in our free Guide to OSHA Safety Signs. According to OSHA, signs that mark safety hazards must have designated signal words (such as Warning or Danger), header colors, and pictograms. Businesses should keep up to date with the regulations for signage in their industries so they don’t risk falling out of compliance over time.
Shop for common compliance signs below. You’ll find signs that meet the requirements of many standards-making organizations, including header, color scheme, and other formatting guidelines. Our collection of signs includes many of the hazard signs your facility may need. If you don’t see the signs you’re looking for in our sign library, though, let us know. We can customize signs to meet your specifications.
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