Here you'll find a wide variety of OSHA and ANSI signs related to PPE for the ear, eye and foot, as well as fall protection, gloves, hard hats, respirators and general topics.
In spite of OSHA rules about personal protective equipment, 269,910 U.S. workers suffered lost-time injuries from improper contact with objects, and another 51,650 suffered injuries from exposure to harmful substances or environments in 2015.* That means accidents are waiting to happen at your business. What can you do to reduce risks from machines or hazardous processes? OSHA and ANSI safety signs that remind employees about personal protective equipment can help create a safer work environment - and reduce potential liability for your business.
OSHA reports that employers pay almost $1 billion per week to injured employees and their medical care providers.** That makes personal protective equipment signs from ComplianceSigns.com a smart investment in worker safety - and business protection. If your workplace includes machines or processes that require personal protective equipment, it makes good business sense to post safety signs. Prominent signs that remind employees of necessary personal protective equipment can help keep your business accident-free.