2013 OSHA Safety Sign Standard Updated to ANSI Z535 Format

Learn about the changes to the OSHA Safety Standard announced in November 2013.

Do you have the signage you need in your facility?  Check out this video to learn about the updated safety sign standard and what it means to you.

You will learn about the key points to OSHA's adoption of the ANSI Z535 safety sign format.  This video will cover:

- Header format updates and what they mean
- Pictograms and symbols
- Updated messaging and text format

These changes apply to OSHA Standard Numbers:  1910; 1910.97; 1911; 1912; 1926; 1953.5(a) and is officially titled:  "Updating OSHA Standards Based on National Consensus Standards; Signage"

It is also important to know that you will not be fined by OSHA if you do not use the new format.  However, inspectors will document that your facility is not compliant with the new regulation on their report.

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