The Safety Signage for Supervisors for Manufacturing course is abouta 60- 35-minute introductory-level online course designed specifically for Supervisors in the Manufacturing Industry. Throughout this course, participants can expect to learn about danger, caution, and safety instruction signs, as well as accident prevention tags.
Participants can also expect to learn about the helpful tools and insight on how to address potential hazards in the workplace, required design features of signage, and recommended wording of for these hazard signs and tags in the workplace.
OSHA Education School’s Safety Signage for Supervisors for Manufacturing course teaches participants vital aspects of working in the Manufacturing sector, like understanding required signage and tags, addressing potential hazards, and more. Specific course topics include the following:
The definitions of “sign” and “accident prevention tags” in the workplace
Three sign classifications with examples of each
Sign design features and wording
Use of biological hazard signs
The differences between major message tags, pictograph tags, and signal word tags
Use of accident prevention tags
General criteria for accident prevention tags including recommended color coding
Five types of tags with examples of each
Links to additional resources for information and assistance
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