We Were There In 1912 – Stonehouse Signs Marks 100 Years at the National Safety Council Expo

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Stonehouse Signs celebrates 100 years as a National Safety Council founding member this year at the NSC Congress & Expo in Orlando, Florida. Get a sneak peek of an original safety sign from 1910.

National Safety Council - Historic safety sign

J.W. Stonehouse in a Colorado mine inspecting his safety sign. (1910)

Today, Stonehouse Signs kicks off its second century of participation in the National Safety Council Congress & Expo in Orlando, Florida. Jeff Stone, current co-owner of the company, reminisced, “My Great Uncle, J.W. Stonehouse, was there 100 years ago, in 1912, to help get this thing started.” Now, four generations later, family members are here in Orlando to usher in the second century of Stonehouse participation in the show.

Held each fall, the National Safety Council Congress & Expo attracts safety and health professionals as well as industry suppliers from around the world. The event showcases the latest safety and health products and services, and provides an opportunity for members to exchange ideas and learn about new safety technologies and training methods. Stonehouse Signs is recognized as one of 5 founding companies, a charter member of the National Safety Council, and has participated at the National Safety Council Congress & Expo continuously since 1924.

Stonehouse Signs provides visual communications solutions to government and general industry, specializing in products configured to your special requirements. Stonehouse manufactures a full line of safety signs, facility signs,lockout tags and decals. Services include graphic design and full color digital printing. Since its founding in 1863, Stonehouse Signs has produced quality products for extended outdoor life, harsh environments and demanding applications. Call us with your time-sensitive projects. Experience Stonehouse Reliable -- get what you want when you want it. For more information call 1-800-525-0456 or visit Stonehouse Signs.

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