ARE YOUR SIGNS OSHA COMPLIANT?
ANSI, ISO, OSHA and the National Equipment Manufacturers Association (NEMA) all have compliance standards, including correct formatting and placement of signage. In addition to permanent signage required for your facility, you must also have the tags and labels needed for temporary situations, such as a machine that’s out of service or proper labeling of chemicals.
Additionally, signs can reinforce a workplace organization system like 5S and help promote the safety and efficiency that comes with it, enhancing your overall program.
IS YOUR SAFETY SIGNAGE EASY TO UNDERSTAND?
Signs are an easy way to communicate potential hazards within a facility, such as danger, caution, as well as conveying safety instructions. Simple, right? Wrong. With so many agencies involved in the standardization of safety signs, what seems simple can quickly become complex.
Is it time to assess your compliance with the prevailing standards and refresh your facility signage? LineDrive’s signage assessment can help you insure that the key areas within your facility are compliant.