Industry News

Fri, 2020-02-14
ACP-Stonehouse Logos
ARLINGTON, TX - ACP International, and sister company SA-SO, have acquired Stonehouse Signs of Arvada, Colorado. Stonehouse production and sales are moving to the headquarters of ACP and SA-SO in Arlington, Texas. We have planned the transition to maintain a high level of service and minimize... Read Full Story
Wed, 2018-06-27
Stonehouse Signs Communication Tower Worker Safety
It’s a job for workers with nerves of steel, as that is what it takes to work on these steel towers. Communication tower workers routinely climb hundreds or thousands of feet in the air, work at heights and near electrical hazards, and do it all while exposed to the outdoor elements. The demand for... Read Full Story
Fri, 2018-05-18
Stonehouse Signs Construction Industry Safety Fatal Four Injuries
It may sound like the title of a superhero movie, but in reality the Fatal Four are more a villain than a hero. OSHA recently launched a campaign to highlight and bring awareness to what they call the Fatal Four – that is, the four hazards that together accounted for over 60 percent of all... Read Full Story
Wed, 2018-04-04
Stonehouse Signs Notice No Talking Texting Cell Phone Sign
Each April Stonehouse Signs, as a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC) and a committed safety product expert as a sign and tag manufacturer, recognizes Distracted Driving Month. As reported by the NSC, motor vehicle fatalities are up 6 percent from 2015 – and “Each death is 100%... Read Full Story
Thu, 2018-03-01
Stonehouse Signs Ladder Safety Sign
One foot in front of the other – easy right? Not so fast. Each year over 300 people die and thousands are injured in ladder-related incidents. And “Ladders” has been an OSHA most-cited violation for the last several years, landing at the sixth-most cited violation spot in 2017. This March is Ladder... Read Full Story
Wed, 2017-12-13
Stonehouse Signs Smoke Free Workplace Sign
A study on tobacco use among working adults, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, showed that while overall tobacco use among working adults has decreased, certain tobacco product use actually increased, and use is more prevalent in certain industries.  The study examined... Read Full Story
Fri, 2017-12-08
Stonehouse Signs Ride Another Day Large Ski Safety Signs
A new ski safety initiative, developed by the National Ski Areas Association and the parents of the victim of a tragic accident, is rolling out to ski resorts this season, with hopes to change ski safety culture to be more proactive in preventing accidents. The #RideAnotherDay campaign was... Read Full Story
Thu, 2017-10-05
Stonehouse Signs Lockout and Other OSHA Most Cited Violations 2017
Once again, Fall Protection has topped OSHA’s list of the most cited safety violations for the 2017 fiscal year. The commonly-cited violations list, which is intended to provide a focus for businesses by publicizing common safety issues, was announced at the National Safety Council Congress &... Read Full Story
Fri, 2017-09-15
Stonehouse Signs Workplace Health Promotion Signs
Can doing yoga at work prevent you from getting sick? Can it save your employer money? While it may seem counterintuitive, more and more businesses and workers alike are recognizing the connection between overall health, better productivity, and saving overall on healthcare. Whereas in decades past... Read Full Story
Tue, 2017-06-27
Stonehouse Signs Safety First Lift With Your Legs Sign
June is National Safety Month, and Stonehouse Signs, as a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC,) encourages all employers and employees to participate by discussing the weekly safety topics the NSC has chosen to highlight. This week’s topic is Don’t Just Sit There, focused on... Read Full Story