These signs are also known to many as ANSI signs and OSHA signs. There are many uses and applications for safety signs. The obvious and most common uses are Caution Signs and Danger Signs.
Signs that warn of high voltage, low overhead, vehicles nearby, heavy loads, no smoking, slippery surfaces, fire exits, and other industrial hazards are all available at a Signarama sign center. Our safety signs are certified to have the correct universally recognizable symbols and nomenclature to meet local and governmental standards and regulations. The presence of medical waste, chemicals, flammable materials, radioactivity, corrosives, and many more are always noted through the use of safety signage.
Customers and businesses use Signarama safety signs for constructions sites, warehouses, workshops, job sites, heavy equipment, hand tools, fire eradication tools, and fire escapes. Making a statement bold and easy to read protects the public from potentially hazardous situations. Signarama safety signs and compliance signs help make a workplace safe and secure. Spelling out the “dos” and “don’ts” at the playground, pool, or beach is another common use of our safety signs. In some instances, customers incorporate directional and wayfinding signs in their overall safety sign program.
Customers that use Signarama safety signs include schools, factories, warehouses, retail stores, recreation facilities, shopping malls, entertainment centers, stadiums and arenas, theaters, office buildings, restaurants, hotels and hospitality, government, and others. Our safety signs and safety products are designed for use indoor and outdoor, day and night. Most Signarama safety sign products are available for use within a week’s time frame. Special orders may take slightly longer. Safety signs are available in common sizes and kits that include several of the same signs or an assortment of popular safety messages. As with all Signarama products, you can custom order signs of any type, color and size in person at any store location or right here with our online design tool.
Note: Check with city, village, and township for the local ordinances.