App State’s Project Management and Implementation Team is collaborating with University Communications (UComm), Environmental Health, Safety, and Emergency Management (EHS&EM) and AppHealthCare to develop clear and consistent health and safety signage for campus buildings.
What you can expect to see in campus buildings
As we prepare to return to campus, Facilities Operations is installing health and safety signs at building entrances/exits, on elevators, outside and in classrooms and labs, in hallways and common areas, and in restrooms.
Facilities Operations staff will replace common area signs as needed. Departments and units on campus will be provided signage for use in office areas at no charge. Please see below for details on requesting specialty signs for your department.
These signs are being installed in campus buildings by Facilities Operations. Signs are 8.5” x 11” and will be printed on card stock.
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Departmental sign pack distribution and ordering
Departments and units on campus will be provided with complimentary standard sign packs and installation tape for optional use in office spaces. These will be delivered along with an order of sanitizing supplies.
Additional copies are available as needed and will be printed and delivered via campus mail. Signs are 8.5” x 11” and will be printed on card stock. Departments and units on campus may request specialty signs. See below for details.
Departmental sign packs
1: Use Hand Sanitizer
2: Staff only beyond this point
3: Please wait here for assistance
4: Face coverings required
5: No sitting or congregating in hallways
6: Due to health concerns, these seats are not available
7: Credit Cards and AppCards only
- Consider your audience and/or traffic patterns and place signs in strategic locations.
- Prevent visual clutter by limiting the number of signs and/or by distancing signs.
- Use provided installation tape or 3M double-sided tape to help protect paint and finishes.
- Install signs 48" - 60" off the ground to meet ADA guidelines.
- Do not cover existing signage, which may violate fire code or ADA requirements.
- Do not block pathways with sign display stands and/or cones or stands.
- Replace worn or damaged signs as needed.
UComm and EHS&EM are consulting with campus areas needing specialty signs, including residence halls, campus dining and more. If after reviewing the sign inventory, you would like to request specialty signs for your area, please complete the Speciality Signage Request Form.
Requests are reviewed by EHS&EM to ensure that all signage meets safety regulations and accessibility standards. Approved specialty signs will be designed by UComm and will be provided to departments at no cost.