Protect your workers by clearly displaying possible hazards
These signs indicate potential, type, and degree of the hazard that may lead to accidental injury or property damage. Signs define specific hazards by conveying a clear, easily understood message. The sign headers, and colors used in accident prevention safety signs, are specified by OSHA and ANSI to designate the severity of the hazard. Each color has a specific role.
Danger (red) indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Lockout/Tagout (red) advises of a lockout/tagout situation; if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
Signs are available in adhesive vinyl, plastic, and aluminum to best suit your application. Adhesive vinyl is a flexible 4-mil pressure-sensitive vinyl with adhesive back and peel-off liner. This material is ideal for low-cost, light-duty applications. Plastic is 0.055" polyethylene plastic and is good for medium duty indoor environments and sheltered outdoor environments. Aluminum is 0.040" thick with overlaminate coat for long-term outdoor exposure. It withstands splashes and washdown without rusting.