Stonehouse Blog and Safety News

Mon, 2011-03-28
How fast is lightning fast?  Is it the blink of an eye?  The flash you see before you hear the thunder?  The response time of your new, super-fast computer?  In relation to your business, it might be an order that you don’t have to think about- before you even wonder where it is... Read Full Story
Wed, 2015-03-25
Stonehouse Signs Lockout Tags
As one of the oldest sign manufacturers in the country, Stonehouse Signs often gets compliance questions related to our sign, tag and decal products. And one of the most common questions we receive is on OSHA’s Lockout Tag requirements, specifically what the requirements are to meet OSHA’s 50 pound... Read Full Story
Thu, 2015-03-19
Stonehouse Signs - Telecom Signs, Decals & Markers
From Aerial Markers to Underground Tape, Stonehouse Signs has all of the signs, decals, flags and markers you’ll need for your spring projects.We offer a wide variety of Telecommunications Products, including:Buried Cable Signs & DecalsPost MarkersTemporary Markers & FlagsCable Markers... Read Full Story
Wed, 2015-03-11
Stonehouse Signs Custom Military Restricted Area Warning Sign
Stonehouse Signs was able to work with Jake R. from a west coast film company recently, making a custom sign for a commercial he was producing. And we were pleased to be able to make the exact sign he needed for his commercial set.Jake contacted us through our website to request a Restricted Area... Read Full Story
Wed, 2015-03-04
Stonehouse Signs Equipment Inspection Tags
Any workplace concerned with safety should perform regular equipment inspections, and to that end Equipment Inspection Tags are vital for the safe operation of workplace equipment. Regularly scheduled inspection and maintenance of equipment such as manufacturing equipment or emergency equipment (... Read Full Story
Tue, 2015-02-24
Stonehouse Signs - Caution Ear Protection Required Bilingual Safety Sign
Occupational noise exposure is one of the most prevalent and persistent occupational health concerns in the last three decades, according to the United States Department of Labor. The department estimates that each year, 30 million workers in the U.S. are exposed to hazardous occupational... Read Full Story
Thu, 2015-02-19
Stonehouse Signs Custom Facility Signs for MillerCoors
For MillerCoors Brewery in Golden, Colorado, a long history of a “passion for brewing” is central to the company’s identity. However, successful workplace organization and safety is just as important for the successful brewer. To that end, Stonehouse Signs has been providing custom facility,... Read Full Story
Tue, 2015-02-10
Stonehouse Signs Safety First Sign Lift With Your Legs Not Your Back
In general, workplaces are safer now than ever before, after a decades-long decrease to the illness and injury rate as recently reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS.) And while this news is encouraging, there is still room for improvement. Musculoskeletal injuries, or “Injuries or... Read Full Story
Wed, 2015-02-04
Stonehouse Signs Workplace Illness & Injury Rates Drop Again
The focus on workplace safety has paid off – The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently reported that for over a decade, the private industry workplace illness and injury rate has declined (with the exception of 2012, where the rate stayed the same as the prior year.) BLS reports that just... Read Full Story
Tue, 2015-01-27
Stonehouse Signs One-Fifth of Workers are Sleep Deprived
Last March, in a highly-reported incident, a Chicago commuter train operator feel asleep while on the job. The train she was operating crashed, leaving 32 people injured and causing about $6 million worth of damage. Sadly, the operator said this occurrence was not the first time she fell asleep... Read Full Story
Tue, 2015-01-20
Stonehouse Signs Caution Slippery Floor Sign Workplace Safety Sign
The New Mexico Supreme Court recently ruled that a safety sign can be considered a “Safety Device,” and that companies are responsible for their proper use by workers to encourage worker safety.The details of the case are pretty straightforward: In 2006, a nurse at Eastern New Mexico Medical Center... Read Full Story