Compunix Blog Blog 2010 Overlay Film (POF) for SignsThe protective overlay film STOP Signs and More uses is an excellent product to protect your sign purchase from graffiti. In addition it will extend the life of the sign beyond the typical 7 plus years, depending on sun exposure.Fri, 22 Jan 2016 11:45:02 GMT Causes for ADA-Compliance Lawsuits The courts have seen an increase in lawsuits filed against small businesses for being non-compliant with the ADA regulations over the last ten years.Thu, 07 Jan 2016 10:19:51 GMT MUTCD R5-1 Do Not Enter Sign - The Sign To Use Where Traffic Is ProhibitedBelieve it or not, the Do Not Enter Sign did not exist on freeway on ramps on the nation’s first freeways. Numerous head on collisions on the freeway on ramps and other divided highways led to the development of the R5-1 SignsTue, 22 Dec 2015 15:58:24 GMT ADA Signs, You See While Out, At Your Favorite SpotsCheck out our latest infographic: The ADA Signs, You See While Out, At Your Favorite Spots. Full transcript below. Thu, 12 Mar 2015 12:31:07 GMT Ahead of New Security Developments with ADA Luminescent SignsWhen it comes to following trends in building and facility safety, it often pays dividends to get out in front of it rather than lag behind. This way, you are already where you need to be while others are scrambling to play catch up. This is particularly true when keeping the business or municipality you manage in compliance with state and federal ADA compliance laws. Though not yet required in all states, the New York City Department of Buildings (Local Law 26) now requires use of ADA compliant luminous signs. The local fire and safety officials believe the new ADA luminescent signs provide an array of safety benefits not available in signs that are either lighted by electricity or not lighted at all. Wed, 15 Jan 2014 10:24:57 GMT the Proper ADA Decals and Gain Protection from Reckless LawsuitsMost business owners are law-abiding citizens who pay taxes, follow legal guidelines and do what they can to create an environment that is safe and secure. Yet sometimes, government regulators and law makers can get carried away creating regulations and guidelines that cause more problems than they solve. One such example is ADA compliance regulations, including ADA signage, handicapped decals, braille signage and much more.Thu, 09 Jan 2014 10:55:53 GMT Update on ADA Pads for Small Business Owners Sometimes government regulations and the larger small business community don’t see eye-to-eye on issues, and this is especially true with it comes to new policies and enforcements with the American with Disabilities Act. Though the vast majority of small business owners support the spirit of the law, providing fair access to people with disabilities, some laws and regulations have complicated nuances that challenge easy compliance. Thu, 12 Dec 2013 14:00:36 GMT