Safety
Lowen Corporation is proud to announce it is now certified as an ISO 9001:2008, Quality Management Systems compliant organization. This certification is accredited by ABS Quality Evaluations, Inc. ISO 9000 is a family of standards…
The National Safety Council is recognizing Workers’ Memorial Day on Sunday, April 28, by remembering all workers who have died on the job and reaffirming its commitment to collaborative efforts to promote employee safety. In…
Sign Builder Illustrated columnist Jim Hingst writes in his latest blog: “In some cases, your employees will not recognize the hazards in your shop or on the job site.
Spider, a division of SafeWorks, LLC, announces SpiderRail™—a temporary, non-penetrating guardrail system used to protect workers from fall hazards in the restoration, new construction, and process industries.
American PERMALIGHT®, Inc. celebrates its 25th Anniversary in March 2013. Since 1988, American PERMALIGHT® has been known for its photoluminescent safety products and printable substrates that get activated by ambient lighting and emit their bright…
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) has announced its new UL Evaluation Service. With this new service, UL will issue UL Evaluation Reports for building products to streamline market acceptance in a fraction of the time normally required…
SGIA’s Workshop, “Hazard Communication and Chemicals: A Roadmap to Compliance,” educated industry attendees January 29-31, 2013 about new changes released to the Hazard Communication Standard of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Mr. Shiz and Foundry, two artists from Paris and Brighton, have created two pieces of urban art commissioned by the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) celebrating aerial platform safety. The artists from Wet Paint Productions…
AWPT, the North American subsidiary of IPAF, has launched a new aerial work platform (AWP) training course aimed at enabling supervisors and managers to prepare for and safely coordinate various types of AWPs on site.…
The International Sign Association has released the results of a three-year study it commissioned on single-pole sign structures. The new report enhances the understanding of sporadic failures of single-pole, high-rise sign structures that incorporate “telescoping…
Page 3 of 5

InfoDirectWebBanner

2014 Summer/Fall Buyer's Guide

POLL QUESTION

Sign regulations have been a major topic in the industry. Is your town/city affected by a strict sign code?

Loading...