Conducting a Safety Risk Assessment
Before you can develop a comprehensive safety plan for your facility, you need to complete a workplace safety risk assessment. OSHA recommends a six-step method.
Welcome to the ComplianceSigns Resource Hub
Here you’ll find a variety of workplace safety and sign resources, including technical papers, safety tips, articles, newsletters, and more. Our latest posts appear in the links below, but you can scroll down to the Categories section to go straight to resources on a variety of topics of interest.
The Sign Resources section has links to our Compliance Resource Bulletins with information on safety sign regulations and our Product Data Bulletins with technical information on how our signs are made.
As the owner or manager of a parking facility, your number one goal should be keeping people safe on your property. It’s also important to ensure your parking structure complies with ADA regulations for accessibility, and state and local codes. To do that, you’ll need...
Putting together a full safety assessment for your facility is a lot of work, but work that is well worth it. It can save you thousands of dollars and help to protect your family of employees. If you’ve followed the other steps in this blog series, you’ve probably...
Modern metalworking machines often include a number of safety features that help make their operation less dangerous. Despite advanced safety technology, however, any kind of metalworking can still be extremely risky. Noise, vibration, pinch points, and extreme...
Compliance Resource Bulletins
Sign regulations can be confusing. That’s why we researched and developed a series of Compliance – Resource Bulletins that summarize sign design rules and provide helpful resources to make your sign selection process a little easier.
Here you’ll find bulletins on general sign types (ADA Braille, Pipe Markers, DOT and more) as well as state-specific bulletins that address parking, restroom, smoking, weapons and other state-specific sign topics. Each bulletin describes typical sign applications, provides resources and links to relevant sign standards, illustrates correct sign design, and more. They are not legal advice, but they will help you better understand sign design requirements.
Product Data Bulletins
How are our signs constructed? What materials are used? How big are the mounting holes? What protective coatings are applied?
This area offers bulletins that give overviews of the many sign types and material options we offer, including:
- ADA Braille
- Parking Control
- Self-adhesive Labels
- Wall- and Ceiling-mounts, and more
ADA / Accessibility
Cell Phone / Texting
Chemical / Hazmat / Pipeline
Custom Signs / Labels
Elevator / Escalator
Enter / Exit / Stairway
Environmental / Trash
Fire / Emergency
Hospitality / Retail
Industrial / Construction
International / Bilingual
Material Handling / Crane
Medical / First Aid
No Trespass / Security
Personal Protective Equipment
Pools / Recreation / Pets
Restroom / Hand Washing
Roadway / Transportation
Safety Tags / Labels / Tape
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