Safety Facility Equipment Identification Catalog Page 22 Safety Signs

Safety Signs Safety & Facility Signs 22 Safety & Facility Signs Safety signs are a necessary and required component for warning and communicating messages or notices to your employees, customers and/or the general public. In order to provide a clear and concise message, the sign must meet a variety of requirements and standards. Selecting and placing a safety sign for your facility is more than a workplace requirement, but an opportunity to prevent costly accidents or dangerous hazards for individuals within your facility. Top 5 Things To Consider When Choosing Safety Signs 1. Comply with Applicable Regulations Several regulating bodies come into play when posting signs throughout your facility. Familiarize yourself with these regulations to increase safety and avoid costly fines. 2. Display a Clear and Visible Message The header you select is directly tied to the severity of the hazard. Make sure you are communicating the correct message with the right sign headers. 3. Use Visual Intuitive Pictograms 75% of knowledge is gained through visuals. Use pictogram visuals to convey your message quickly and more accurately in multi-language environments. 4. Location, Location, Location Location is extremely important when it comes to sign placement. Make sure your signs are posted at eye level and in highly visible locations. 5. Use the Right Material for Your Application Brady offers a wide variety of sign materials for unique applications throughout your facility. But make sure you are choosing the right material to avoid having to replace the sign more frequently than needed.

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