The new standard in Entry Signage sets real boundaries

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Two new entry signs set real boundaries on campuses across the United States.  There has been a long standing unspoken problem across school campuses and business – there was no recognizable symbol to let people know where to enter a building or campus.  For years we told organizations if they wanted to keep OSHA from sneaking in their back door to put up “employee only” signage, but it was never standardized.  So, you ended up with this hodge-podge of signage that confused everyone.

The same held true for schools.  Want students and parents to enter thru the Main Office – put up a sign.  I enter school campuses up and down California and I am here to tell you that the main office signage varies so much that I get lost at least once a day.

Say HELLO to the new standard in entry signage

Today, we introduce two new entry signs to take control of your campus and facilities.  Meet the Main Entry sign.  This signage is designed to be bright and seen from a distance; alert students, parents, visitors and anyone coming to your campus or facility that they need to enter thru this space.  License this sign

For the ADA compliant version you must license this image

Meet the Employee Only Entrance sign.  This sign is designed to be placed on every and any entrance that is for employees only.  It is easily recognizable and quickly alerts people that they should not enter here unless authorized to do so.  The added benefit is that it keeps OSHA from entering a work-space without your knowledge.  License this sign

For the ADA compliant version you must license this image

2 thoughts on “The new standard in Entry Signage sets real boundaries

  1. Once you are in…is there an EXIT sign??? Hope all is going well with you Steve, and hope you and family are well…Best wishes, Fred

    1. Thanks Fred for the thoughtful wishes. All is well. Yes, there are exit signs, this isn’t the “hotel California”

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