Stonehouse Blog and Safety News

Thu, 2011-04-07
I called Stonehouse signs with an emergency need for 1000 barricade tags printed front and back.  I supplied a sample and they were able to get back to me with a proof in less than an hour and by the afternoon that same day I had all 1000 tags in my possession.  I had called all over... Read Full Story
Tue, 2016-04-19
Stonehouse Signs No Smoking Signs
Perhaps no other set of laws in the United States changes as quickly and as frequently as smoking laws. Beginning about 20 years ago, states and communities across the country began to regulate where smoking was allowed and not allowed, and also began to ban smoking in specific areas such as... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-04-13
Stonehouse Signs Eye PPE Sign Safety First Save Your Eyes Wear Eye Protection
In a year full of changes for OSHA, including increasing violation fines and updating the way it measures inspections, the government agency also recently announced it is also updating Eye and Face Protection standards for general industry, construction, shipyard employment, longshoring, and marine... Read Full Story
Wed, 2016-04-06
Stonehouse Signs Distracted Driving Month Buckle Up And Drive Carefully Sign
Each April, Stonehouse Signs, as a committed safety sign and tag manufacturer and a founding member of the National Safety Council (NSC), recognizes Distracted Driving Month. It is estimated that in 2014, distracted driving killed over 3,100 people in the U.S. Distracted Driving Month is designed... Read Full Story
Tue, 2016-03-29
Stonehouse Signs Custom Trail Signs
Hiking trails aren’t strictly for hiking anymore. Many of the well-traveled paths see a variety of visitors in both winter and summer months, including horseback riders, mountain bikers, snowshoers, cross country skiers and more. With this diverse group of visitors, trail sharing rules become very... Read Full Story
Thu, 2016-03-24
Stonehouse Signs Safety Sign Be Careful Dont Try To Lift More Than You Are Able
While headlines of Zika and Ebola have dominated news reports in the last year, one of the most pervasive health issues is so common that one in every two adults has symptoms. As we previously reported, musculoskeletal injuries accounted for 33 percent of all work related illness and injury cases... Read Full Story
Fri, 2016-03-18
Stonehouse Signs Spanish Signs English-Spanish No Smoking Sign with Symbol
Spanish is currently the second-most spoken language in the U.S., with an estimated 41 million native Spanish speakers and 11.6 bilingual English and Spanish speakers currently living in the U.S. To meet the growing need to communicate important information to this segment of the population,... Read Full Story
Thu, 2016-03-10
Stonehouse Signs First Aid Station Sign
2016 brought a number of big changes to OSHA policies and regulations, including the agency changing the way it measures inspections and increasing fines for violations. But one smaller change made to a regulation could potentially have a big impact on facilities.OSHA standard 1910.151, “... Read Full Story
Tue, 2016-03-01
Custom Recreational Camp Ground Signs
With an influx of both local and out-of-town visitors each year, outdoor recreational areas such as hiking trails, campgrounds and state parks need to be able to clearly communicate information, rules and restrictions of the area. Stonehouse Sign’s large format signage can help these areas do just... Read Full Story
Mon, 2016-02-22
Stonehouse Signs Overexertion Top Cause of Workplace Injuries
Every year, a number of top ten reports are released that attempt to quantify important safety issues. These lists, which include OSHA’s Annual Most Cited Violations, are an important tool for employers as they identify common workplace safety issues. Employers can then focus on identifying and... Read Full Story
Tue, 2016-02-09
Stonehouse Signs Confined Space Signs
OSHA reports that about 90 deaths involving confined spaces occur each year. And in many instances, the real danger is that confined spaces often don’t look outwardly dangerous. Because of this, workers often don’t realize the hazards or register trouble before it is too late. And sadly, many times... Read Full Story