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ESCA’s Industry Safety Signage

submitted by Tammy McGlade, Director of Marketing and Client Success, epIQ Creative Group

Illinois – The Exhibition Services & Contractors Association (ESCA) is proud to announce the release of new standard industry safety signage, designed to promote consistency and enhance safety practices across the exhibition industry. These print-ready graphics are now available for free use by anyone in the industry and can even be co-branded for added customization.

Safety is of paramount importance in the exhibition industry, and standardizing safety signage plays a crucial role in ensuring a safe environment for all participants. The new signage, created by the ESCA Health and Safety Standards Committee, reflects ESCA’s commitment to industry-wide safety standards and practices.

Julie Kagy, Executive Director of ESCA, expressed her enthusiasm for the initiative, stating, “At ESCA, we are dedicated to advancing safety practices in the exhibition industry. By providing these standard safety signage graphics, we aim to promote consistency and elevate safety standards nationwide. This emphasis on standardization will help lower accidents, leading to stabilized costs by having labor operate under a common set of safety standards.”

ESCA extends its heartfelt gratitude to the ESCA Health and Safety Standards Committee for their diligent work in creating these essential safety resources. Their dedication to improving safety standards in the industry is commendable and reflects ESCA’s commitment to excellence.

Furthermore, ESCA acknowledges the invaluable support and encouragement of the Exhibitions Industry Collective, comprised of six key industry organizations, including the Exhibitions & Conferences Alliance (ECA), Exhibition Services & Contractors Association (ESCA), Experiential Designers & Producers Association (EDPA), International Association of Exhibitions & Events (IAEE), International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM), and the Society of Independent Show Organizers (SISO). Their collective endorsement of these safety signage tools underscores the collaborative spirit of the industry and reinforces the importance of unified efforts for the benefit of all.
For more information and to access the free standard industry safety signage graphics, please visit www.esca.org/resources/health-safety-resources.

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