OSHA Caution Industrial Decibel Meter Sign: Ear Protection Required When The Sound Level Is Greater Than 85 dB

Decibel Youtube

Measure and display decibel levels to alert workers of the need for ear protection.

  • Striking design captures employees’ attention
  • Supports OSHA 1910.95 hearing conservation program requirements
  • Measures accurately to .5 decibels
  • Plug-and-play operation requires no additional calibration or settings
  • 1.5-inch high digital numbers can be seen from 75-feet away
  • Traditional OSHA-style signs, tags and labels are the most widely recognized design format in the industry
  • Caution header indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury
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  • UV protective coating
  • Withstands splashes and washdowns
  • Endures outdoor environmental conditions
  • Service temperature range: -40° to 250°F
  • Provides the strength of metal, yet never rusts
  • Rounded corners and 3/16" mounting holes on most sizes, will be adjusted for larger sizes
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Electronic decibel meter signs constantly measure and display decibel level for employee safety. Encourage workers to use ear protection when sound levels are elevated and become a hazard to them. Striking visual edge safety sign captures employees’ attention. Supports OSHA Standard 1910.95 that states employers must have in place an effective hearing conservation program whenever noise exposure equals or exceeds 85 dB for 8 hours. View Product Video
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