More Safety Sign Options to Meet Your OSHA Compliance Needs
Posted by Clarion Safety Systems | 24th May 2018
We get it: safety is a top concern for your workplace, as is meeting necessary compliance rules, like OSHA’s workplace safety requirements.
5,190 workers were killed on the job in the U.S. in 2016, and 2.9 million workers suffered nonfatal injuries and illnesses in our country during the same time period. The numbers are staggering and you don’t want the employees, contractors or visitors at your site to become another statistic.
Safety signs are an important part of warning workers about potential hazards and providing instructions on the proper precautions to take to avoid injuries. Clarion has introduced new safety sign products to help meet your OSHA compliance requirements, including new Danger, Warning, Caution and Notice signs. And, we’ll be continuing to expand our sign catalog to introduce more options in line with OSHA’s requirements and regulatory agenda. Visit our online safety sign catalog now to browse and shop.
There may be times when a single safety sign isn’t enough to meet your needs, or when it’s apparent that you need to look deeper at your risk assessment processes to ensure that you have an effective risk reduction and safety communication strategy in place. In these situations, Clarion can be your partner to guide your workplace through the steps needed to help elevate your facility safety communication.
If you’re struggling to communicate about risks in your workplace, or are aware of certain aspects of risk management and safety communication that you can or should be doing better, here are a few of the ways we may be able to help:
- Risk assessment services
- Safety sign assessment services
- Safety sign design customization services
No matter where your organization is in the development of its safety management program or identifying gaps in safety, we’re a hands-on partner to meet your needs. We can help you create safety signs and sign systems for your facility that are up-to-date with the standards you aim to meet and ANSI/ISO best practices – for a safer, more productive work environment.
Contact us today to learn more.