Wednesday, June 16, 2010

importance of safety signs and labels

No other effective and convincing way of visually conveying public safety information other than using noticeably clean safety warning signs and labels. Big or small, this basic safety measure should be known to both private and public establishment's owner and administrators.

The use of these safety signs and labels to quickly identify specific hazards is essential to prevent damages that could lead to injury or worst - death.

At William Frick & Company there is a range of hazard signs available to ensure you are using appropriate signage around your workplace. Standard ANSI Z535 safety symbols include DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE, and ATTENTION. They also manufacture safety signs from many materials such as aluminum, polyethylene, co-extruded poly, fiberglass, steel/porcelain and lexan. For orders and inquiries you may call the following numbers: (866) 669-7590 (toll free), (847) 918-3700 if you're outside the US or simply visit their website at for more information.


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