As a business owner, you have probably heard, read, and researched countless rules and regulations guidelines pertaining to OSHA mandatory level of compliance laws in your state. Although the overabundance of information is likely daunting, frustrating, a nuisance, and probably creating enough of a headache to last several lifetimes, please keep in mind that OSHA implements these strict and superfluous guidelines because the institution has the safety of the worker at heart. So, while it might seem extremely cumbersome and fastidious to jump through all of these excessive hoops just to get your building compliant with OSHA laws (assuming you do follow each and every guideline) all of your building’s occupants, including your entire labor force, will be much better protected should anything ever go wrong. This includes everyone having to evacuate your building due to a catastrophic event unfolding. If you are a building owner who is currently seeking or trying to find OSHA approved egress systems, such as emergency exit lighting, this blog will be able to help you locate the answers you need.
As an example, if you are searching for OSHA approved emergency exit lighting, the absolute first step you should take is to visit the OSHA website and find out what their rules and regulations are concerning emergency exit lighting. Then, once you understand what you must do to become compliant is to locate OSHA approved emergency exit lighting systems, which a list should be available somewhere on their website. Regarding the list of OSHA approved emergency exit lighting systems, this blog is a little biased, because out of all the options you have for emergency exit lighting systems available, there is nothing better than those infused with photoluminescent technology.
OSHA overwhelmingly approves emergency exit lighting built with photoluminescent technology because the product has been researched, tries, and tested, and always passes OSHA’s testing and analysis with flying colors. As a matter of fact, OSHA is passing regulatory laws in certain states (with many more states to follow) that make the use of photoluminescent emergency exit lighting required by law. Why? (Easiest question to answer, ever!) Simple – because OSHA, along with several other regulatory committees, have come to the conclusion that photoluminescent egress markers surpass all competing products as it pertains to maximizing the safety of people occupying a building.
To learn more about OSHA approved emergency lighting, and photoluminescence, contact GloBrite Systems. GloBrite knows and understands OSHA guidelines and regulations, and can explain what you need to do to become compliant. Also, GloBrite is a huge backer and purveyor of photoluminescent technology, and can explain to you all of its benefits, and why you should transition to this wonderful emergency egress system right away. Do not delay and longer, make the switch to the best emergency exit lighting technology, and simultaneously become OSHA compliant.