Safety signs and labels

February 2021


Trends in ... safety signs and labels

‘Communicate critical hygiene and safety protocol’
Signs and labels are one of the quickest ways to convey safety messages to workers and visitors. Safety+Health spoke with Colwin Chan, group product manager for Avery Industrial, to find out what’s new in the area of safety signs, what customers are looking for when it comes to labels and what’s on the horizon.
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Custom floor safety signs

Safely direct personnel through your facility with custom floor signs. The signs are constructed with durable, UL-certified slip-resistant vinyl material that can be used on commercial tile floors, sealed concrete, sealed wood and certain ceramic tiles.
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Floor signage

These anti-slip floor signs and markers visually reinforce health precautions. The adhesive-backed PIG Social Distancing Floor Sign (17 inches by 24 inches) stays down in heavy traffic and won’t leave residue.
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Safety signs and labels offers a comprehensive selection of ANSI- and OSHA-compliant headers and legends in numerous formats, including wall-mount and post-mount signs, floor signs, banners, and sandwich boards.
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Custom signs

Build a comprehensive, branded communication system from scratch. Swap out colors on safety tags and signs, select your desired material on floor signs, or print labels in different languages – these are all options offered with Personalize It! customization services.
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Safety signs

Signs are a cost-effective way to identify hazards, reinforce company messages and promote safe work practices.
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