Compliance

Fri, 2017-04-07
Stonehouse Signs Custom Utility Marker Signs Fiberglass
As the weather warms and homeowners start to tackle those DIY outdoor construction projects, the Common Ground Alliance wants to remind people that April is National Safe Digging Month and to call before you dig. There are millions of miles of buried utility lines under private property that... Read Full Story
Tue, 2017-01-17
Stonehouse Signs OSHA Compliant Biohazard Stickers and Biohazard Signs
Of all the safety dangers encountered the workplace, biohazards may be one of the most recognizable. The distinctive orange and black biohazard symbol was originally created in the late 1960s by an environmental health engineer working for Dow Chemical. He said in an interview: “There were a lot of... Read Full Story
Wed, 2017-01-04
Stonehouse Signs Unisex Restroom Signs
Denver Businesses Have Until April 30, 2018 To Post The New Required Signage Denver business owners and property managers, take note – the Denver City Council unanimously approved a new amendment to the Denver Building Code just before the new year regarding bathroom signs. The change requires all... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-11-02
Stonehouse Signs Machine Guarding Signs
Each year, at the National Safety Council Congress & Expo, OSHA announces its top Top Ten Most Cited Violations for the previous fiscal year, which ends September 30th. And year after year, the same violations remain on the top ten list. This year was no exception. Once again, Fall Protection... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-10-19
Stonehouse Signs No Smoking Including E-Cigarettes Sign
As the number of e-cigarette users increase, so do the concerns about the product’s use and regulation, especially in the workplace. In a report released by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 5.5 million U.S. workers reported being e-cigarette users in 2014. That’s approximately 4% of the... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-10-10
Stonehouse Signs Fire Door Keep Closed Sign
Each October, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recognizes Fire Prevention Week, the longest-running public safety observance in the U.S. Commemorating the anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire, National Fire Prevention Week is intended to promote fire safety and prevention topics,... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-10-05
Stonehouse Signs Handicap Parking Signs
The City and County of Denver is getting serious about handicap parking enforcement. Based on the results of a recent report by the Denver Audit Services Division, the city included money (approximately $200,000) in the 2017 budget to fund disability parking enforcement. The city plans to start an... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-04-13
Stonehouse Signs Eye PPE Sign Safety First Save Your Eyes Wear Eye Protection
In a year full of changes for OSHA, including increasing violation fines and updating the way it measures inspections, the government agency also recently announced it is also updating Eye and Face Protection standards for general industry, construction, shipyard employment, longshoring, and marine... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-02-22
Stonehouse Signs Overexertion Top Cause of Workplace Injuries
Every year, a number of top ten reports are released that attempt to quantify important safety issues. These lists, which include OSHA’s Annual Most Cited Violations, are an important tool for employers as they identify common workplace safety issues. Employers can then focus on identifying and... Read Full Story
Tue, 2016-02-09
Stonehouse Signs Confined Space Signs
OSHA reports that about 90 deaths involving confined spaces occur each year. And in many instances, the real danger is that confined spaces often don’t look outwardly dangerous. Because of this, workers often don’t realize the hazards or register trouble before it is too late. And sadly, many times... Read Full Story

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