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Safety Signs

ASME (ANSI Z535) and OSHA 1910.145 require the use of Safety Signs to indicate and define specific hazards that, without identification, may lead to accidental injury to workers, the public or may also cause property damage.

Use the Sign Selector Guide to help you determine what sign classification is necessary for your customer's application. The OSHA header is on the top and the ANSI header is on the bottom. For a quick reference list of some OSHA and ASME(ANSI) standards and regulations for safety signs. For a complete summary of a standard and/or regulation, please visit the OSHA or ANSI websites.

Now, it's easy for you to comply with ANSI's recommended standard and keep your facility as safe and productive as possible. We carry the top selling safety signs that meet the new guidelines for standardization.

The ANSI Z535 Committee on Safety Signs was created to update the standards of safety signage. Its primary purpose is to develop standards for the design, application and use of signs, colors, and symbols intended to identify and warn against specific hazards and for other accident prevention purposes.

The new recommended format is intended to provide a safety alert message that is clearly and rapidly understood.

A safety alert symbol
is used to enhance signs which indicate an imminent or potentially hazardous situation for personal injury exists
pictorial example of new recommended format A more internationally recognized pictogram is used for universal
Left justification
as well as upper and lower case letters are used to enhance legibility.
White lettering on a black
background is used to enhance recognition.