Bio Hazard Signs

Warn your employees of possible biohazard exposure

Biohazard exposure poses an imminent danger to workers if they are not properly warned and given sufficient information. Make sure that your facility properly labels biohazard substances and provides enough warnings for your employees by using Bio Hazard Signs. Part of Seton’s wide selection of compliance signs, our biohazard signs contain a universal symbol and “Biohazard” wording to make these easily understood by everyone within your premises. These products come in large size format and a standard orange background to make it noticeable even at a distance. We also carry biohazard labels and stickers that you can use in and around your facility.

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Comply with federal rules on biohazard requirements

Biological wastes and substances can be very detrimental to the health of anyone excessively exposed to them. As such, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration or OSHA has provided a set of requirements governing the proper way of handling, storage, and transportation of such substances. Make sure that you stay OSHA compliant by posting Bio Hazard Signs within your facility’s premises. These biohazard warning signs should be conspicuously mounted in areas where these substances are stored or disposed. Likewise, these signs should contain ample warning to restrict these areas from unauthorized access.

Reinforce your safety policies with easy to understand signs

Providing warning and cautionary signs is one of the best ways to keep your employees aware of possible dangerous situations. The easiest and most efficient way to do this is through using signs with universally recognized graphics and labels. Seton’s biohazard universal graphic signs contain clearly printed biohazard symbol and header that can be easily understood regardless of language differences. We also carry anti-microbial signs that are perfect for use in healthcare facilities, food industry, laboratories, isolation rooms, and other areas that frequently need wash-downs.