Compliance Safety Signs & Labels

Compliance (broadly referred to as compliance signs) and safety signs and labels have become an important part of everyday life in the United States, especially in 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the need to protect the health and safety of U.S. citizens to the forefront of public discussion. In the early days of the pandemic, the shortages of adequate personal protective equipment for front-line health workers raised serious concerns. Despite this renewed interest, the health and safety of U.S. workers has been the responsibility of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) for many years. Many of the compliance and safety signs and labels have been developed in order to meet their requirements and to protect worker health and safety. There are also many signs and labels that are in response to the voluntary standards of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Although many of these signs and labels are taken for granted, they are very important in protecting the health and safety of workers and visitors. If these warnings are ignored or not followed closely, they could result in serious injuries to your employees and legal ramifications, if there are injuries to visitors of your business. You need signs and labels that specifically apply to the needs of your business and organization. This will enable you to operate your business successfully in a safe and healthy environment.

Categories: Compliance And Safety Signs and Labels

There are several different categories of compliance signs and labels. There are also different organizations that set standards and enforce standards. In order to better understand these differences, it is important to understand that nearly every government department and business in the United States has designed or adopted a standard set of compliance and safety labels, signs, and banners to use for communication.

We have categorized the personalized sets of compliance and safety labels for different agencies so that you can easily understand what each one of them stands for, why a particular label is used by a particular organization, and then decide who to design labels for your organization and workplace, that are consistent with your workplace environment and atmosphere.

Wheelchair accessible entrance ADA compliance sign
Safety glasses required sign


The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is part of an organization of the United States Department of Labor.

OSHA founded in 1971 works to ensure safe and healthy working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance.

CAUTION - Laser Beams Wear Eye Protection - Compliance Sign
DANGER - Radioactive Materials - OSHA Compliance Sign
OSHA - Warning Do not enter - Authorized Personnel Only - Compliance Sign

Compliance Signs in OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is part of an organization of the United States Department of Labor.

OSHA founded in 1971 works to ensure safe and healthy working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance.

Caution Signs

These signs warn against potential dangers which should be avoided at all times when working in the specified department or area. Failure to comply with these caution signs have the potential to harm both the individual and others.

Color Scheme: Yellow and Black.

  • Watch Your Step – Construction In Progress!
  • Slippery When Wet Or Icy.
  • Hazardous Waste/Hazardous Waste Storage Area!
  • Radioactive Equipment In This Area.
  • X-RAY/ LASER In Use.
  • Eye Protection Required In This Area.
  • This Equipment Starts Automatically.

Notice Signs

These signs are displayed primarily for short-term visitors to a place of business. These visitors should be advised of the requirements that are expected to comply with during their visit. These notices are usually highlighted with a white background which indicates that they are serious and important.

Color Scheme: White, Blue, and Black.

  • Authorized Personnel Only.
  • Enter At Your Own Risk. Owner Not Liable For Personal Injuries.
  • Construction Site. No Trespassing.
  • Limited Access Area.

Danger Signs

Danger Signs are similar to Caution signs. However, too they are usually limited to a more personal level. They are best for delivering a reminder-like warning to the employees who are aware of potential risks, so they do not forget their required equipment.

Color Scheme: White, Black, and Red.

  • Construction Site. Hard Hats Required.
  • High Voltage!
  • Do Not Enter.
  • Entry By Permit Only.
  • Fall Protection Required Beyond This Point.
  • Do Not Operate This Machine, Unless Otherwise Authorized.

Warning Signs

Warning Signs indicate a potential life-threatening danger. However, the risk is not as severe as the caution and danger signs. If the individual follows the sign’s warning, they can avoid the risk.

Color Scheme: Orange and Black.

  • High Voltage. Keep Away.
  • Electronic Panel Up to 36 Inches. Keep Clear.
  • Potential Combustible Dust Hazard.
  • Do Not Enter When Machinery Is In Motion.
  • Outrigger Will Cause Serious Crushing Injury. Stand Clear.

PPE Signs - Personal Protective Equipment Signs

PPE Signs are reminders that protective equipment and gear must be worn at all times beyond the specified point to ensure an individual’s safety.

These signs should be customized depending on the level of risk.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous – based on risk factor. (White, Red, Black, Yellow, etc.)

  • PPE Required At All Times.
  • Protective Wear Required In This Area.
  • Wear Protective Clothing In This Area.
  • Protective Equipment To Be Worn At All Times In This Area.

Chemical Hazard Signs

A disadvantage of working in an industrial operation is that often you cannot detect potential chemical hazards. If an individual is exposed to these chemical hazards without the necessary protective gear, they suffer from serious physical and health-related consequences.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous – based on risk factor. (White, Red, Black, Yellow, etc.)

  • Empty Drum Storage Area.
  • Corrosive Materials. Wear Protective Equipment.
  • Cancer Hazard.
  • Waste Solvent. Avoid Entry.
  • Reproductive Hazard. Pregnant Women Should Not Enter.
  • Toxic Chemicals/Pesticides/Poison.

Confined Space Signs

These signs are to be displayed to alert employees of potential confined spaces, like storage tanks, tunnels, and other spaces, where their safety could be greatly compromised.

Color Scheme: White, Red, Black, Yellow.

  • Confined Space. Do Not Enter.
  • Confined Space. Trained and Authorized Personnel Only.
  • Confined Space. Use Safety Harness and Lifeline.
  • Confined Space. No Smoking, Matches, or Open Flames.

Construction Site Signs

These signs are commonly encountered adjacent to workplaces and other areas. They are necessary for avoiding accidents that frequently occur at construction sites.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous as per the intensity of risk factor involved. (White, Red, Black, Yellow, etc.)

  • Road Closed. Men Working.
  • Construction Site. No Trespassing. Violators Will Be Prosecuted.
  • Open Trench/Open Pit.
  • Scaffold Incomplete. Do Not Use.
  • Wet Paint.

Eye Protection Signs

The eyes are a vital part of a human body. They are at a great risk, especially for workers in the welding or mechanics-related industries. The eyes of these workers can be exposed to many hazards. Therefore, to minimize the risk to those individuals, these signs should be posted.

Color Scheme: Yellow, Black, White, Blue.

  • Eye Protection Required Beyond This Point.
  • LASER! Wear Eye Protection.
  • Hard Hats And Protection Required In This Area.
  • High-Intensity UV Light. Special Eye Protection Required.
  • Welding Arc. Wear Proper Eye Protection.

Flammable Danger Signs

These signs warn about potential flammable and combustible products used in a particular area. They are intended to provide a warning about carrying products or items that have the potential to cause explosions.

Color Scheme: Orange, Red, White, Black.

  • Flammable/Highly Flammable.
  • Kerosene.
  • Flammable Materials. Keep Flame Away.
  • Combustible Flame Area.
  • Flammable Liquids Inside. Keep Doors Closed At All Times.

Forklift Signs

Forklift signs alert the workers to comply with all the safety precautions when operating a forklift to avoid potential accidents.

Color Scheme: Yellow and Black.

  • Look Out/Watch For Forklifts.
  • Chock Wheels Before Entering With Forklift.
  • Do Not Drive With Raised Loads.
  • Ensure Trailer Is Secure Before Entering.

High Voltage/Hazardous Materials/Machine Hazard/Machine Safety Signs

These miscellaneous signs are used for a similar purpose. They are intended to alert the public and employees about potential dangerous hazards.

Color Scheme: Depending on the risk involved (White, Black, Red, Yellow, Orange, etc.)

  • Watch Your Hands and Fingers.
  • No Smoking. No Open Flames.
  • High Voltage. Do Not Enter.
  • Face Shield Required In This Area.
  • Eye/Ear and Glove Protection Must Be Worn At All Times.
ANSI_C PPE Sign - Compliance Sign
ANSI_C Pinch Point Compliance Sign

Compliance Signs Used By ANSI

The ANSI has a customized set of safety labels and signs that need to be followed to assure a safe working environment.

The categories of signs are used by ANSI:

Authorized Personnel Signs

These signs are intended to ensure that only those authorized to enter a particular area are allowed entry. They are intended to prevent visitors and other individuals from entering restricted areas.

Color Scheme: White, Red, Yellow, Blue

  • Do Not Enter.
  • Authorized Personnel Only.

Biohazards/Chemicals/Hot Signs

To warn workers to stay away from areas that might cause them to be exposed to potential biohazards and dangerous chemicals that can cause serious injuries.

Color Scheme: White, Orange, Blue.

  • Respirators and PPE Suits Required Beyond This Point.
  • Biological Material/Hazard.
  • Infectious Waste.
  • Burn Hazards. Do Not Touch.
  • Customized Chemical Labels: Includes information about particular chemicals and the potential hazards to the human body from exposure.

Clearance Signs

These signs are intended to discourage people from entering areas where there is potentially dangerous machinery or where there is an increased risk of possible accidents.

Color Scheme: White, Yellow, Red, Black.

  • Low Overhead Clearance.
  • Check For Clearance Before Backing Into Bay.

Confined Space Signs

To alert people about tunnels, interior tanks and small confined places.

Color Scheme: White and Red.

  • Confined Space. Do Not Enter.
  • Body Harness Required For Entry.

Construction Sites/Cranes/Forklifts/Hard Hats/Machine Signs

Since construction activity often requires the use of heavy machinery, such as cranes, these signs are intended to remind that this equipment is dangerous and could result in dangerous accidents.

Color Scheme: Yellow, Blue, Black, Red.

  • Renovation Work. Do Not Enter Unless Authorized.
  • Construction Personnel Only.
  • Renovation Work Contains Lead. No Trespassing.
  • Hard Hat Required. Crane In Operation.
  • Overhead Crane. Stay Out From Under Suspended Load.
  • Hard Hat Area.
  • Hard Hats, Safety Glasses, and Hi-Vis Vest Required.

Do Not Enter/Do Not Operate/LASER Signs

These are simple and clear signs that ask unauthorized individuals to stay away from a specified area.

Color Scheme: Red, Orange, White, Black.

  • Crush Hazard. Do Not Enter.
  • LASER In Use. Do Not Enter Without Wearing Protective Eyewear.
  • Nip Hazard. Do Not Operate Without Guards Or Doors In Place.
  • Pinch Point! Keep Hands Clear Of Rollers.
  • Do Not Operate. Moving Parts Can Cut Or Crush.

Electrical/High Voltage/Voltage Signs

Electricity-related injuries are sudden, spontaneous and can cause immediate death. These signs are intended to avoid potential accidents involving this type of equipment.

Color Scheme: White, Orange, Red, Black.

  • Electrical Hazard. Authorized Personnel Only.
  • Electrical Closet. Do Not Enter.
  • High Voltage. Turn Off Power Before Servicing.

Pinch Point/No Climb Signs

These signs warn potential visitors, guests and trespassers so accidents do not occur.

Color Scheme: White, Red, Orange, Black.

  • Pinch Point. Watch Your Hands.
  • Do Not Climb On Or Jump From The Dock.
  • Do Not Climb Fence. Sharp Edge On Top.

PPE Signs

To warn employees and other personnel not to enter a particular area without the required protective gear and equipment.

Color Scheme: White, Blue, Yellow.

  • Hi-Vis Wear Required.
  • Hearing Protection Required In This Area.
  • Lab Coat and Eye Protection Required In This Area.
  • Wear Protective Equipment.

RF Warning Signs/Welding Signs

Both of these signs refer to activities that pose a serious threat to an individual’s health. Therefore, safety measures must be practiced at all times.

Color Scheme: Orange, Yellow, Black.

  • Radiofrequency Hazard.
  • Microwave Energy Controlled Area.
  • High-Level RF. No Trespassing.
  • Welding Area. Wear Protective Eyewear.

No Smoking Signs

These signs convey simple and clear warnings about the danger of smoking and flames in certain areas.

Color Scheme: White, Blue, Red, Black.

  • No Smoking Or Vaping In This Area.
  • Propane Alert. No Open Flames In This Area.
  • No Smoking. No Sparks. No Matches. No Open Flames.
Safety Mask Required - Compliance Sign
Workplace Safety Fire Extinguisher Compliance Sign

Workplace Safety Signs

Every workplace has different operations and activities that result in a variety of safety requirements. In order to maintain a safe work environment, certain signs and labels must be placed in the affected areas in order to prevent accidents and mishaps.

These are some of the different safety compliance signs that can be found in different workplace environments.

Coronavirus Safety/Social Distancing/Wash Your Hands/Hand Sanitizer/Mask Required Signs

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increased emphasis being placed on safety. Strict policies (including mask wearing, social distancing and frequent hand washing) have been adopted to prevent the spread of the virus.

Color Scheme: Mixed Colors.

  • Please Wait Here.
  • Maintain Distance.
  • Informative and Interactive Chart Showing What To Not Do In A Public Place.

Fire Safety Signs

These signs are designed to have people maintain their distance from potential sources of fire and combustible materials.

Color Scheme: Red and White

  • Combustible Material. Keep Away.
  • Fire Extinguisher.

Do Not Enter/Authorized Personnel Only Signs

The purpose of these signs is to ensure that certain areas are only accessible to those individuals who possess the proper authorization.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous.

  • Do Not Enter. Authorized Personnel Only.
  • Restricted Area. Do Not Enter.

Housekeeping Signs

These signs point toward a particular area in a workplace.

Color Scheme: Green, Yellow, White.

  • General Awareness Sign Boards

General Safety/Floor Safety Signs

The main purpose of these signs is to remind people of things they should not do in a workplace and what precautions they should take.

Color Scheme: Yellow, Black, Red, White.

  • Stay Clear. Swing Radius.
  • Watch Your Step.

Forklift Signs

These signs alert people that forklifts are being used in the area. They also warn forklift operators to use their forklifts with caution.

Color Scheme: Yellow, Black, etc.

  • Certified Forklift Operators Only.
  • Forklift Traffic. Keep Clear.

Elevator Signs

These signs provide warnings if elevators are not operating properly, so people can avoid them and find alternatives.

Color Scheme: White, Blue, Black, Red, etc.

  • Elevator Out Of Order.
  • Do Not Use the Elevator.

Office Courtesy/No Cell Phone/No Chewing Gum/No Food Or Drinks/No Smoking Signs

These signs remind employees and visitors of the code of conduct, including actions that are prohibited on company premises.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous, based on the severity of the notice. (Mostly White, Blue, Green, etc.)

  • Quiet Please.
  • No Smoking.
  • Gum Chewing Is Not Allowed.
  • No Smoking Near Open Flames.

Suggestion Boxes/Signs

The purpose of these signs is to encourage employees and visitors to make suggestions about possible improvements.

Color Scheme: White, Yellow, Black, customized as well.

  • Make A Difference. Offer A Suggestion!

Restroom Signs

These signs indicate the location of restrooms for men and women.

Color Scheme: Customizable Colors.

Safety Signs

There are several types of safety signs that are based on the work environment and the nature of work.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous Colors, depending on the risk involved.

Safety Signs include:
  • Hospital Signs
  • Clearance Signs
  • CPR Signs
  • Confined Space Signs
  • Door Boss Signs
  • Hot Work Area Signs
  • Mine Safety Signs
  • Railroad Safety Signs
  • Safety STOP Signs
  • Safety Awareness Signs
  • Truck Safety Signs
  • Nail Gun Safety Signs
  • Welding Safety Signs
  • Watch Your Step Signs

Shipping and Receiving Signs

These signs indicate the location of shipping and receiving areas, to facilitate their location.

Color Scheme: White, Blue, Black, etc.

  • Shipment And Receiving.
  • Shipment/Receiving Department/Dock.

Video Surveillance Signs

The purpose of these signs is to notify employees and the visitors that they are subject to video surveillance to discourage inappropriate and even illegal activity.

Color Scheme: White, Black, Red, Blue, etc.

  • This Area Is Under Video Surveillance.
  • Surveillance Zone. No Trespassing.

Visitor Signs

These signs provide guidance and information for visitors to a facility.

Color Scheme: White, Red, Black, etc.

  • All Visitors Must Register At Office.
  • All Visitors Must Report At The Office.

Warehouse Signs

These are signs that provide useful information about warehouse facilities.

Color Scheme: Yellow, Black, Green, White.

  • Keep Aisles Clear.
  • Pallet Storage Area.
PPE Required at All Times Sign

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Signs

Many people only learned about Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) after the Covid-19 pandemic spread through the United States.However, it has long been a common term for employees in many different industries. Employees in these industries have been advised to wear PPE at all times to protect themselves from possible injuries that can be very serious and even life-threatening. PPE signs can also be reminders for people to use that equipment in a particular area. There are several categories of PPE signs.

Many people only learned about Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) after the Covid-19 pandemic spread through the United States.However, it has long been a common term for employees in many different industries.

Employees in these industries have been advised to wear PPE at all times to protect themselves from possible injuries that can be very serious and even life-threatening.

PPE signs can also be reminders for people to use that equipment in a particular area.

There are several categories of PPE signs.

Color Scheme: White, Blue, Black.

  • All PPE Beyond This Point.
  • Protective Clothing Required In This Area.
  • Protective Equipment Is Available. Contact Supervisor.
Categories of PPE Signs:

PPE Signs are further classified according to their risks into the following categories:

  • Multi-Hazard PPE
  • Eye Protection
  • Ear Protection
  • Face Shields
  • Hard Hats
  • Protective Clothing
  • Safety Shoes
  • Safety Vests
  • Dust Masks
  • Gloves Required
COVID Social Distancing Sign
COVID-19 Floor Marker for Social Distancing

COVID-19 and Social Distancing Signs

The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in the adoption of numerous major and minor precautionary and safety measures in both the United States and throughout the world. Businesses have numerous new procedures and requirements that they must follow in order to reopen safely in response to the pandemic.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous, a wide range of customizable colors can be selected.

The following Covid-19 related signs have been developed for use by businesses and other types of organizations.

Social Distancing Signs

These signs are used to encourage people to maintain their distance, and stand at least six feet apart from other people.

This information can be conveyed in the following ways:

  • Portable Signs.
  • Floor Marking Tapes.
  • Adhesive Footprint Decals.
  • Adhesive Floor Circles.
  • A-frames, Cones, Circles.
  • Customized Adhesive Tapes, Labels.

All of these signs convey the same message with different wording:

  • Please Wait Here.
  • Maintain Distance.
  • Maintain Proper Social Distancing.
  • Social Distancing. Stop The Spread.
  • Please Practice Social Distancing.

Within A Specified Location

The advantage of social distancing signs is that they can be used in a variety of locations within a specific building or industry based on their needs.

Some ideal locations for using social distancing signs are:

  • Bathrooms
  • Elevators
  • Churches
  • Pools
  • Salons
  • Beaches
  • Waiting Rooms
  • Outside; In Public

Within A Specified Industry

These precautionary social distancing measures are particularly important to be followed by workers and employees of these businesses or organizations because people are likely to come into close contact with each other.

The following industries, organizations and facilities should put up social distancing signs:

  • Offices
  • Stores
  • Construction Projects
  • Gyms & Fitness Centers
  • Schools
  • Restaurants and Bars
  • Parks and Playgrounds
  • Hospitals
Electrical Hazard Sign
Battery Charging Sign
Warning High Voltage Sign

Electrical Compliance and Safety Signs

Electricity hazards are present in many different situations. They could result from specific accidents and they could be present in a particular business due to the activity that takes place.everywhere. It is extremely important that everyone is aware of the potential dangers.

Electricity hazards also include voltage-related hazards.

Color Scheme: Black, Red, Orange, White, Yellow, etc.

  • Electrical Equipment. Authorized Personnel Only.
Categories Of Electrical Compliance and Safety Signs:

These electricity safety signs may be divided into the following categories depending on the type of risk involved. The warnings should be customized according to the risk:

  • Arc Flash Signs
  • Battery Charging Area Signs
  • Battery Storage Signs
  • Buried Electrical Cable Signs
  • Buried Fiber Optic Cable Signs
  • Call Before You Dig
  • High Voltage/Electric Caution Signs
  • Electrical Closet/Electrical Equipment Signs
  • Electrical Hazard/Electrical Panel Signs
  • Electrical Room Safety Signs
  • Electrical Service Instructions
  • Disconnect Before Servicing
  • Electrical Shut-Off Signs
  • Electrical Switch Signs
  • Electrical Utility Warnings
  • Lockout Before Use Signs
  • Meter Warning Signs
  • Multiple Source Signs
  • Overhead Power Line Signs
  • Shock Hazard
  • Transformer/Voltage Labels
OSHA - Chemical Hazard - Compliance Sign
Bio Hazard Sign
OSHA - Chemical Hazard Corrosive Material - Compliance Sign

Chemical Compliance and Safety Signs

This category of signs depends on the nature of work being carried out in a particular workplace or industry. Chemicals also include biohazardous materials. If an individual comes in contact with these substances, it can result in serious injuries.

It is, therefore, recommended that only authorized and appropriately trained staff be allowed to enter these areas. If other staff intend to enter, they should follow the proper precautions and safety measures.

Color Scheme: Miscellaneous color-coding is followed. (Orange, Yellow, Red, Black, etc.)

Categories Of Chemical Compliance and Safety Signs:

Chemicals have a number of different classifications, including toxic, flammable, oxidizing and explosive.

Therefore, chemical safety signs are classified into the following categories:

  • Chemical Danger Signs
  • Hazardous Material Signs
  • Chemical Storage Signs
  • Dispose Of Chemical Signs (Alerting About Chemicals’ Toxic Wastes)
  • NFPA/GHS Signs
  • HazCom Signs/SDS Signs
  • Biohazard Signs
  • Acid Warning Signs
  • Corrosive Materials Signs
  • Cancer Hazard Signs
  • Toxic Chemicals Signs
  • Pesticide Signs
  • Poison Warnings
  • Reproductive Hazard Signs
  • Used and Waste Oil/Solvent Signs
  • Ozone Warnings
Contruction Sign
Warning Construction Area
Road Construction Ahead Sign

Construction Compliance and Safety Signs

A construction site is often declared to be a “No-Go Area.” As a result, only authorized staff are allowed to enter.

Construction sites pose dangerous hazards to the general population. This is due to the potential for accidents with the machinery and equipment. This could result in serious injuries to individuals as well as damage to the construction site.

Due to these potential dangers, signs are recommended to warn employees and visitors of the potential danger.

Color Scheme: Mixed Color Combination is used.

Categories Of Construction Compliance Signs:

Construction Compliance Signs are classified into the following categories:

  • Social Distancing Signs During Construction
  • Construction Area/Site/Zone Signs
  • Road Construction Signs
  • Roll-Up Signs
  • Construction Entrance/Parking Signs
  • Construction Safety Signs
  • Under Construction Signs
  • Renovation Work Area Signs
  • Demolition Signs
  • Falling Materials Signs
  • Blasting Area Signs
  • Construction Floor Signs
  • Hard Hat Signs
  • Eye Protection/PPE/Job Safety Signs
  • Ladder Safety Signs
  • Scaffold Signs
  • Men Working Signs
  • Crane Signs
  • Open Pit Signs
  • Truss Signs
  • Big Construction Signs
  • Post No Bills Signs
  • Wet Paint Area Signs
In case of fire, do not use elevator sign
Workplace Safety Fire Extinguisher Compliance Sign
OSHA Flammable Sign

Fire Compliance and Safety Signs

Flammable and combustible materials in a susceptible environment can result in fires. Fires are very destructive and can cause serious damage. Unless firefighters can respond quickly, there is the potential for significant damage. Fire Alert signs are often used to warn about this danger. They alert individuals of flammable substances and materials, as well as the recommended escape routes.

Color Scheme: Mix Between Red, White, Yellow, etc.

Categories of Fire Compliance and Safety Signs:

The following are Fire Safety Signs that can be used:

  • Break Glass In Emergency Signs
  • FACP/FDC Signs
  • Fire Alarm Signs
  • Fire Blanket Signs
  • Fire Department Signs
  • Fire Door Do Not Block Signs
  • Fire Door Signs
  • Fire Equipment Signs
  • Fire Escape Signs
  • Fire Exit Signs
  • Fire Extinguisher/Fire Hose Signs
  • Fire Hydrant Signs
  • Fire Pump Room/Fire Riser Signs
  • Fire Sprinkler Signs
  • Firewall Signs
  • Flammable Warning Signs
  • “In Case Of Fire” Signs
  • NFPA Signs
  • No Smoking Signs

Why Are Compliance Signs Important In An Organization?

We have discussed the wide variety of compliance and safety signs that are used in different industries and organizations. There are several reasons why your business should purchase and post these signs.

The benefits of posting compliance and safety signs include:

  • They add a professional touch to your industry.
  • The signs and labels reassure workers, employees and staff that you are attempting to provide a safe work environment.
  • They demonstrate a commitment by your organization to follow protocols and comply with regulations that will ensure everyone’s health and safety.
  • The signs and labels alert both employees and visitors to potential hazards and show a sincere commitment that you are taking the necessary precautions.
  • They are available in different colors based on the severity of risk, so the risk level can be assessed at a glance.
  • The signs and labels are helpful tools for communicating general instructions and guidelines that must be followed in special circumstances and emergency situations.

These compliance signs and labels will always be needed. In the current Covid-19 pandemic, the urgency of protecting the health and safety of employees and visitors has never been greater. These signs and labels emphasizing mask wearing, social distancing, hand washing and the use of PPE show a commitment by your organization to protect everyone. This is in addition to the ongoing health and safety concerns and the measures taken by your organization that were present even before the pandemic.

It is also very important to educate the public about these risks and hazards, so they will not be the victims of unnecessary accidents.

The use of compliance and safety signs and labels adds a professional touch to any demonstrates your commitment to protecting the health and safety of all your employees, as well as visitors.

It is critical whether you are a new business that wants to start with a safe and healthy work environment or an existing business that wants to protect its current employees. The use of these signs and labels will show that you care.