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Safety Improvements for Houston’s Trains

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With the recent death of two people being struck by the Metro light rail train this year, transit officials are looking into how they can increase safety for ...
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The Difference In Stop Sign Reflectivity Materials

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Our new video explains the differences between the various reflective materials we offer for our MUTCD Stop Signs and the use cases for each. Visit our MUTCD ...
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NYC Construction Safety Act

“It’ll be a great place if they ever finish it.” — O. Henry Anyone who spends a good amount of time in New York City knows that O.Henry’s words are NYC’s constant reality – somewhere in the city there is ALWAYS construction. Usually it’s exactly where you don’t want it to be, and begins ...

2017 New California Driving Laws

California is known for many things; Hollywood, vineyards, beaches, and sprawling highways. And as we usher in 2017 with hopes for a fresh start, California will see changes to their road laws in an effort to make those highways a little safer. The 2017 California will see several changes to highway and motor vehicle ...

Hand Held LED Stop Sign Video

We are always trying to keep our customers well informed here at Safetysign.com, which is why we are proud to announce our first product video! Showcasing our Hand Held LED Stop Sign, this video shows you things a simple description cannot – like how the paddle’s power save mode works, how to take out the battery ...

New Car Technology That Reads Traffic Signs For You

Self-driving cars are becoming increasingly closer to being a widespread reality, and as they do, new strides in car technology have been made that keep drivers safer and safer. Some recent commercials showcase technology that can apply the brakes on a vehicle to prevent a front collision, and warn the driver if they ...

New Hand Held LED Stop Signs

Safetysign.com is proud to announce some new products we are introducing – Light up LED Hand Held Stop Signs and LED Fluorescent Hi-Vis Vests. We are very excited to offer a variety of choices in our new products as well. LED Hand Held Stop Signs – These new additions to our Traffic Paddles collection are very ...

Bilingual Traffic Signs Are In International Demand

Several news stories around the world have been highlighting a growing international safety sign trend – bilingual traffic signs. Just like most American traffic signs are in English, most other countries only display signs in their national language but soon that will be changing in Japan and Canada. Tokyo ...

OSHA Wants to Hear From You!

OSHA will be revising provisions in several standards coming up this year, but before they do they want to hear from you! The ruling, that will revise OSHA’s regulations on Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness (29 CFR 1904) was originally intended to end its comment period on December 5th, ...

New Job Site Safety Signs from the SPFA

This year, the SPFA (Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance) introduced two new safety signs that were developed to better insure worker safety. Back in 2013, they developed two OSHA compliant job site signs – a Bilingual Do Not Enter and a Bilingual Fire Hazard Sign. When working with flammable and combustible materials, ...

Brimar is coming to the AHR Expo

Brimar Industries will be showcasing our wide range of Pipemarker products on Monday January 30th – Wednesday February 1st at the AHR Expo at the Las Vegas Convention Center. We are proud to be attending the International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition again this year. It is one of the largest ...

Top 10 OSHA Violations

As the year comes to a close, OSHA is making its list and checking it twice – the list of most common violations that is. Not surprisingly, the number one OSHA violation cited in 2016 was Fall Protection, a standard that will see many changes in the coming year as OSHA updates its policies. But that’s not the ...