Warning signage is some of the most common signage posted in the workplace. These workplace signs alert people to hazards and convey important information about avoiding or dealing with those hazards. Floor signs are especially effective at providing hazard warnings because they can be placed right at the locations where people need to be warned. You don’t have to settle for posting hazard signs or caution signs on a nearby wall. You can place it directly on the floor. This means people get the information they need exactly where they need it and have time to act appropriately.
Hazard warning signs are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles. Circular signs range from 12” up to 36”, while rectangular signs are available as wide as 48”. Signs are made from durable industrial material that can hold up to foot and vehicle traffic, so you won’t need to worry about replacing floor signs often. Installation is easy, too. Make sure the floor is clean and dry, and then peel the backing off the sign and press the sign to the floor. No hassle, no downtime.
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Visual communication tools such as danger signage and warning safety signs play an important role in your facility’s safety program. They call attention to hazards and communicate critical information. These signs protect both people and property. Plus, in many cases warning signs are required by OSHA, so it’s important to know what signs you need and where to place them. (You can learn more about OSHA safety sign requirements in this free guide.)
Signs usually relate to specific hazards, but general safety signs containing slogans or policies are also common. Workplaces should consider implementing electrical safety signs, PPE signs, tripping hazard signs, forklift-crossing signs, emergency signs, and signs related to other common workplace hazards. Generally, signs use bold text, bright colors, clear headers, and simple graphics to convey information because these qualities make their messages easy to understand. Keep these design elements in mind when selecting signs for your facility.
You can also enhance your workplace’s visual communication system by going beyond safety signs and hazard signs to include signs for other purposes. Office signs, instructional signs, way finding signage, and organizational signs all serve important functions. No matter what types of signs you use, make sure to place them in locations where they’ll get noticed. This can include placing signs on walls, doors, machinery, and elsewhere. It makes the most sense to place many signs at eye level, but some signs are also useful at ceiling height (so people can see them from far away) or at floor height (so people can see them during a fire or power outage). Make signs a prominent part of your facility so messages are clear.