Safety Signs, Safety Labels, Safety Tags
Help prevent accidents and reduce injuries with clear and concise safety signs and tags. Accident prevention signs and accident prevention tags are designed to indicate potential, type and degree of a hazard to prevent property damage, accidental injury or death.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provide specifications, designs, application and uses of safety signs that must be followed in your facility when applicable. All Safety Products carries the products you need to support a safety policy that is OSHA and ANSI compliant.
Safety Sign Materials:
- Adhesive Vinyl – economical, flexible, 4-mil thick with a self-adhesive back
- Plastic – is semi-flexible, .055” thick, for medium-duty use indoor and sheltered outdoor environments
- Aluminum – withstands splashes and wash-down, used indoors and out, and provides the strength of metal without rusting
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