OSHA’s safety sign requirements, 29 CFR 1910.145, have three classifications: danger signs, caution signs and safety instructions signs. There’s another category of signs to consider for your workplace: warning signs. OSHA allows for these types of signs as part of its regulation update in 2013, where it endorsed the latest best practice ANSI safety sign standards, which includes expanded format and design options. Clarion’s warning signs can help you inform your staff and guests about hazardous situations in your workplace which have the potential to result in serious injury or death. When choosing your signs, it’s important to take into consideration the severity of the hazard at hand, in order to ensure the sign’s message is in line with the risk. With Clarion’s OSHA, ANSI and ISO sign design experience, we’re your partner to help ensure the most effective communication for your workplace. Contact our customer support specialists for guidance on your sign choice, customization assistance, or questions about placing an order.