Many organizations post signage to warn others of hazards. But poorly-worded, unclear, or badly-located signs defeat the purpose. Some signs communicate distinct information, with the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) requiring specific signs like danger, warning, caution, and notice signs. This article offers insight into how you can use signs to change behavior, communicate appropriate messaging, and place them properly to have the greatest effect.
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