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How to make an effective danger sign

A good safety sign is one that is easy to read and understand. If even a single Minnesota worker does not understand the message the sign is trying to convey, it could put that person and others in danger. Today's technology allows employers to create their own signs with little more than a desktop printer. This means that they no longer have to wait until new ones are delivered to them.

Employers are urged to be mindful of how many signs that they post. One large sign posted in a strategic location can be better than several smaller signs. Ideally, employers will think more about the distance that a sign needs to be seen from as opposed to what it looks like when measuring its effectiveness. Furthermore, cost should not determine the type of material that is used when creating a sign.

A combination of colors, symbols and words should be used to create an effective safety sign. As people can get up to 75 percent of their information from visuals, signs can be a great way for employers to communicate safety hazards to their workers. In addition to effectively communicating the message, it is done in a simple and efficient manner, which may encourage safety without sacrificing productivity.

Workers who are injured on the job may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. These benefits may make it possible to recoup a portion of their lost wages while they recover. It may also pay for their medical bills as well as the cost of rehabilitation if necessary. An attorney can often be of assistance with the preparation and filing of the claim forms.

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