Even outside of the construction industry, people make use of safety-related signs on a daily basis. From “do not enter” and “stop” signs on the road to “keep out” signs on the walk-in freezers at your local supermarket, a visual notification of danger can be a great way to keep citizens safe. When it comes to construction equipment and general contractor tools, though safety signs might not be just an ethical consideration—they could be a legal one, too. After al, under OSHA regulations, every employee deserves a safe place to work. Failing to provide adequate signage can land your construction company in legal hot water, resulting in possible fines and negative PR.
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