Weekly poll: Exit signs

By: April 19th, 2010 Email This Post Print This Post

The most recent “Notes from the Field” blog post by Kathy Rooker, examines some of the more nuanced OSHA requirements regarding exit sign compliance.

During a mock inspection in  Rooker noticed one medical office had a crumpled piece of paper serving as the exit signs. OSHA requires signs to be in plain legible letters, no less than six inches high, and the sign needs to be illuminated if your building is occupied at any time that requires the use of artificial lights.

How often do you check your exit signs for compliance? Let us know in the poll below.


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