Eagle Eye Battery Room Compliance Signage

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Battery Room Sign
The Eagle Eye Battery Room Compliance Signage ensures compliance to safety requirements that meet these specific IFC and NFPA requirements:

  • IFC 608
  • NFPA 1 Chapter 52

NFPA 1 Chapter 52.3.8 and International Fire Code 608.7 state that doors into electrical equipment rooms or buildings containing stationary battery systems need to have approved signs.

These signs will say that:

  • The room contains lead-acid battery systems
  • The room contains energized electrical circuits
  • The battery electrolyte solutions, where present, are corrosive liquids

In addition, battery cabinets shall have signs within the cabinet that indicate the relevant electrical, chemical and fire hazards.

Chemical Hazard Identification System
This color coded “Chemical Hazard Identification System” sign provides information about the various hazards associated with the chemicals. This sign is compliant with these codes:

  • OSHA 29CFR1910
  • NFPA 704
  • NFPA 70E

OSHA 29CFR1910.119 states the importance of hazardous chemicals, toxics, and reactives are to be listed and identified. NFPA 704 allows all emergency personnel to locate and identify threats posed by chemically hazardous materials through a “fire diamond.” A fire diamond contains four colors: blue, red, yellow, and white. The numbers on a fire diamond range from one to four with four being the most hazardous. Furthermore, NFPA 70E requires warning signs in relation to chemical hazards in the battery room.

Eye Wash Sign
The Eye Wash Sign is compliant with:

  • 29CFR1910

OSHA’s 29CFR1910.151(c) requires eyewash stations in battery rooms and follows the requirements of ANSI Z358.1-2004 standard which states that the eyewash station area is easily identified by a visible sign.

Danger Signs
The required danger signs for battery rooms include:


These signs are required to meet the OSHA 29CFR1910 regulation as a whole. They are used to meet the “Right to Know” Act.