Many OSHA standards require that employees receive training so that work will be performed in a safe and healthful manner. Some of these standards require "training" or "instruction," others require "adequate" or "effective" training, instructions and warnings, "in a manner" or "in language" that is understandable to employees. 

Culture, language and the ability to communicate potential hazards is crucial. To ensure the well-being of others, we can help deliver warnings to a greater audience with bilingual safety signs.

ANSI Z535 and the OSHA §1910.14 Specifications for Accident Prevention Safety Signs require the use of safety signs to indicate specific hazards that, without identification, may lead to accidental injury to workers and/or the public, or lead to property damage. Keep signs simple and concise, but also make sure they communicate sufficient information so that the message is clear.

OSHA compliant safety labels should be designed to the same standards as safety signs. For example, they should use the same colors as signs. Be consistent in your design so that your labels look like your signs. Variations in design can result in confusion and result in more time needed to read and understand the label. Consistent design of labels and signs, the colors used, how safety symbols are used, and what the header looks like all help communicate critical information quickly.




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Stauffer offers a variety of signs, all designed to help prevent workplace injury and to inform workers and visitors of potential hazards.

 colors at work?

Did You Know that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires that potential hazards in the workplace must be marked. Also, depending on the workplace situation, different regualtions may apply. Stay safe and complinat and learn about the COLORS AT WORK!