For Hazardous DC Environments
Battery safety and other hazard warning signs are beneficial for stationary battery rooms; their purpose is to prevent accidents and employee injury. The impact of improper, insufficient, or lack of battery safety signage could result in: physical harm to employees, fines, or potential litigation. OSHA has several different requirements for battery room signage as listed on this page. Eagle Eye offers six (6) battery room compliant signs.
Which Signs Are Required?
- Battery Room Sign – Ensures compliance to safety requirements that meet IFC 608 & 609 and NFPA 1 Chapter 52 requirements for battery rooms.
- Chemical Hazard Identification System Sign – Provides information about the various hazards associated with the chemicals. This sign is compliant with OSHA 29CFR1910, NFPA 704, and NFPA 70E.
- Eye Wash Sign – OSHA ANSI Z358.1-2004 requires eye wash stations in battery rooms. Compliant with ANSI Z358.1-2004 standard which satates eye wash station is easily identifiable by a visible sign.
- Danger Signs – Required danger signs in battery rooms include: Hazardous Area, No Smoking, High Voltage. Signs meet OSHA 29CFR1910 regulation as a whole. They are used to meet the “Right to Know” Act.