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, 2014-11-25
New NSAA Freestyle Terrain Park Safety Signs
Keep your skiers and riders safe while they enjoy your freestyle terrain parks. The National Ski Area Association (NSAA) has just released updated Freestyle Terrain Park Safety Signs, including educational “Park Smart” Signs and Terrain Park Entrance Signs. These signs were redesigned to have a... Read Full Story
Wed, 2014-11-19
Black Friday Safety Tips for Retailers
Planning on running a Black Friday sale or other big promotion over the holiday season? There’s more to consider when planning a holiday event than checking stock, taking markdowns, and advertising. Keeping your customers and your employees safe during an event also needs to be at the forefront of... Read Full Story
Thu, 2014-11-06
Stonehouse Signs Danger Compressed Gas Cylinder Sign
 Background – OSHA RegulationsOSHA considers compressed gases a hazardous material in the workplace, and regulates the inspection, handling, storage and use of compressed gases in their regulation 29 CFR 1910. In addition, OSHA also recently released an updated regulation, 29 CFR 1910.1200, in... Read Full Story
Wed, 2014-10-29
Stonehouse Signs Notice Sign Wash Hands Before Returning To Work
Is your office or facility filled with sounds of coughs, hacks, and sniffles? Cold and flu season is upon us, and with other serious disease outbreaks like the Ebola virus and Enterovirus 68 in the news, this year everyone seems more aware of avoiding illnesses and infections.  Although... Read Full Story
Fri, 2014-10-24
Stonehouse Signs ANSI / OSHA Safety Labels & Decals
Stonehouse has added a new Vinyl Safety Labels & Decals product page to our website to help you find the safety and facility products you’re looking for even easier!The new Safety Labels & Decals page is found under our products menu, along with our other product categories: safety and... Read Full Story
Tue, 2014-10-14
Stonehouse Signs Custom Dry Erase Boards for Insurance Business
Scarr Insurance Group, out of Seminole, Florida, recently contacted us to produce two custom dry erase boards for their business.The company wanted the two boards for a multitude of business marketing and training purposes, so versatility was key. Plus they wanted to customize their whiteboards... Read Full Story
Wed, 2014-10-08
Stonehouse Signs Ski Season is Coming - Are You Prepared?
With the snow already falling in the high country, now is the time to make sure you're prepared for the upcoming ski season!Stonehouse offers a full line of ski area signs, including:ANSI B77.1-2011 Compliant Lift SignsBoundary Markers Symbol SignsSmart Style Terrain Park SignsTubing... Read Full Story
Tue, 2014-09-30
ANSI Out Of Service Tags Maintenance Tags
Stonehouse Signs continues to update our standard sign and tag selection to meet the current needs of our customers. So we’re pleased to announce that we have added new Out Of Service Tags to our Inspection/Maintenance Tag line. The new tag styles can be ordered online or through your... Read Full Story
Tue, 2014-09-23
Stonehouse Signs - Stork Parking Signs
Stonehouse Signs recently added a selection of Reserved Parking Signs to our stock product line, including Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Parking Signs, Resident/Tenant Parking Signs, and New & Expectant Mother Parking Signs, often also known as “Stork Parking Signs.” But what do these Stork Parking... Read Full Story
Wed, 2014-09-17
National Preparedness Month Part Two – Our Top Tips to Prepare for Emergencies
Now that National Preparedness Month is past the halfway mark, it is a good time for businesses to evaluate their successes and challenges so far. How is your business doing? Have you created and tested an effective disaster preparedness program? If not, there is still time to get your employees... Read Full Story