Health Hazard Signs
Warn your workers or visitors of a serious health risk using a custom sign.
OSHA 1910.145 and 1910.1030 require posting signs to identify the presence of a biohazard.
Remind workers to avoid exposure to laser beams and wear eye protection.
Comply with OSHA 1910.1001 and post warning signs at approaches to asbestos areas.
Warn employees and visitors of radioactive materials and radiation areas.
Notify workers and visitors of dangerous RF radiation and radio frequency hazards.
California law requires that you post signs warning people about chemicals.
Infectious Waste Signs to warn employees of potential biohazards.
Inform people of where sharps and glass are to be stored.
Label all PCB contaminated sources to protect the health of workers.
Clearly marking non potable water sources is crucial for health and safety reasons.
Alert employees and visitors to the presence of chemicals that may potentially cause cancer.
Warn workers of intense ultraviolet light and UV radiation hazards in your facility.
Identify potential hazards to pacemaker wearers.
Prevent the spread of germs by reminding employees and customers to wash their hands.
Display heat stress safety signs to prevent heat-related injuries