In all workplaces, it is critical to have signs, tags, and labels to point out potential hazards. OSHA has clear guidelines on how to use signs and tags to help prevent accidents for workers, the public, or both. Signs and tags are also important to avoid property damage. OSHA’s guidelines are meant to cover all safety signs except those designed for streets, highways, railroads, plant bulletin boards, and safety posters.
Here’s what you need to know about OSHA’s sign and tag requirements.