Critically Analyze Facility Communication to Identify Information Gaps and Compliance Needs

Graphic Products, a global leader in visual communication solutions for compliance and safety, offers a simple checklist to take the guesswork out of required signs and labels for general industry compliance. The downloadable  Facility Visual Communication Checklist  is an essential resource for performing a facility-wide evaluation of visual communication for compliance, safety, and efficiency. 

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The checklist allows facility managers to identify facility needs, easily reference regulations, and determine supplies to achieve goals all in one resource.

- Trying to figure out how to meet safety standards from OSHA, ANSI, and the NFPA can be cumbersome, said Nicole Noble, a product manager at Graphic Products.

- Our new guide provides checklists that outline signage rules for industrial applications, and provides a convenient list of suggestions to accomplish facility needs. This is a great resource for businesses to get a jumpstart on successful evaluations.

Bold and legible signage and other forms of visual communication are essential in a successful workplace. They provide key support for workplace efficiency, employee safety, and regulatory compliance. Safety managers are encouraged to download and use this checklist to evaluate the signage already in place throughout their facilities. This will also help identify missing information and other areas for improvement.

www.GraphicProducts.com

News | 25.2.2019

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