Jobsite Safety

Identify hazards, reduce risk

Construction sites are dangerous places and safety is a top priority. With a busy jobsite and lots of moving pieces, if you don’t have clear signage that stands out, the risk of injury increases. ARC’s job safety signage helps you to easily communicate warnings and precautionary notices to workers and pedestrians and keeps everyone safer.

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Workplace safety signs are mandated by law to ensure that employees and visitors are appropriately informed of any potential dangers or hazards. By employing highly visible emblems and clear statements, site safety signs promote and preserve health and safety.

The major goal of displaying Safety Signs is to avoid injury and to ensure that employees and visitors are informed of potential dangers and hazards in certain scenarios and/or locations.

The 6 Different Types of Safety Signs in a Nutshell What Your Workplace Requires: 1.CAN’T DO — Prohibition Signs 2.Mandatory Signs — MUST BE COMPLETED. 3.KILL YOU — Danger Signs 4.HURT YOU — WARNING SIGNALS 5.SAFETY FIRST: Emergency Information Signs 6.FIRE EQUIPMENT — FIRE SIGNAGE

1.Signs to Look Out For 2.Signs that must be displayed. 3.Signs of Prohibition 4.Signs of a Safe Environment 5.Signs for Firefighting Equipment

A warning sign with the text ‘Warning Construction Site’ or ‘Danger Construction Site’ is the first sign you would notice on a construction site. A solid yellow triangle (pointing up) with a black border appears on warning signs. On yellow, any sign or inscription is also black.

The major goal of displaying Safety Signs is to avoid injury and to ensure that employees and visitors are informed of potential dangers and hazards in certain scenarios and/or locations.

Where, despite putting in place all other appropriate measures, a considerable danger to the health and safety of employees and others exists, safety signs and signals are essential.

Hazardous places, dangerous machinery, emergency evacuation routes, pipes, and many more areas around the workplace will require the installation of safety signs. A job hazard analysis should be used by a facility or safety manager to examine their workplace and identify risky areas.

Signs play an important role in informing workers about potential hazards and how to prevent them. These indicators must be easily understood in order for workers to know what to do to keep safe in various work conditions.

On a construction site, there are a number of hazards to be aware of. 1.Working at a high altitude. 2.Objects that move. 3.Slips, trips, and falls are all too common. 4.Noise. 5.Vibrations in the hands and arms. 6.Material handling and manual labor. 7.Trenches that are collapsing. 8.Asbestos.

There are ten simple safety rules to follow when working on a construction site. 1.Wear your personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times. 2.Do not begin work without first receiving an induction. 3.Maintain a clean site. 4.Do not endanger yourself or others. 5.Observe all warning indicators and procedures. 6.Never work in a dangerous environment. 7.Report any flaws or near-misses. 8.Never meddle with the machinery.

5 Key Components of Effective Safety Programs 1.CULTURE OF SAFETY. 2.EMPLOYEE EMPOWERMENT AND TRAINING 3.SYSTEMS FOR IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL OF HAZARDS. 4.PURPOSE YOUR ATTENTION ON COMPLIANCE. 5.PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT.