The Safety Standard Solution was born from inventory. At one time, there were over forty different “Watch Your Step” decals sitting on the shelves. Research revealed what was missing from each of these designs: safety.
Safety begins by alerting passengers, operators and maintainers of potential hazards. Designing for hazard and emergency awareness starts with the American National Standards Institute’s design standard for safety labels. Using this standard, each transit safety decal was redesigned for regulation and safety.
There are only a select few decals that are federally regulated to be on a transit vehicle. Beyond those, there was no reference for which safety decals should be included. So, the Essentials List was assembled. It contains all regulated decals and the minimum decals required for safety in the transit industry.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private non-profit organization that oversees the development of voluntary consensus standards for products, services, processes, systems, and personnel in the United States. Using ANSI specifications on all safety decals help to create a unified look throughout buses and fleets, which aid transit personnel and passengers awareness of them, increasing necessary reaction time to hazards or emergencies.
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