If your facility consists of personnel who speak Spanish as their primary language, and English a secondary language, think if your safety message is being understood thoroughly. Do not take a chance when personnel work in a hazardous environment that an English only OSHA sign will be understood. Provide adequate safety information to all your personnel in English AND Spanish. Our bi-lingual OSHA signs help avoid miscommunication and potential life or death accidents. Also, visit our bi-lingual directional sign category for important facility signs that communicate procedure and policy accurately and clearly.
Per OSHA regulations, "Danger signs shall be used where an immediate hazard exists". Avoid accidents and protect your employeees at your workplace or construction site.
Per OSHA regulations "Caution signs shall be used to warn against potential hazards or to caution against unsafe practices." Provide sufficient bilingual awareness to any potential safety problem.
Use OSHA Notice Signs in your workplace to highlight awareness to facility safety practices, and to warn and caution people in more extreme safety situations. Buy an OSHA regulated sign today and prevent an accident tomorrow.
Bilingual signs ensure your policy is understood by a diverse workforce. Make information available to your entire facility by providing a highly durable message for all personnel.
Improve Hazard Communication in Your Diverse Workplace. Use bilingual signs to communicate workplace hazards to both English and Spanish-speaking employees. Spanish is the second most common language in the United States after English. In today's work force, it is common to have a combination of English and Spanish speaking employees working together. If there is a substantial non-English speaking workforce that needs to be aware of the potential hazards around them, then multilingual safety signs should be used. Bilingual OSHA Signs - Alert workers in English and Spanish. Post Bilingual Spanish signs, to communicate safety throughout your entire facility. Our bilingual signs utilize the design specifications set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA 29 CFR1910.145)