Best-selling Safety Posters

Did you know we have a section on our website for safety posters?

While some of these postings are not required under federal law, it is recommended to have them for your business, depending on the industry you are in.

Below listed are some of our best-selling safety posters.

No Smoking
First Aid, Choking, CPR
Food Allergy
Patient’s Bill of Rights
Code of Safe Practices
Safe Lifting Practices
Slips, Trips, and Falls
Heat Illness Prevention

You can click the links above to order from our website. These posters are optional to post.

Penalty Fines increased for Violation of Notice Posting Requirements for 2021

Employers are required by federal law to post up-to-date labor law posters in the workplace for their employees that are easily accessible to view. These posters inform employees of their rights, including notices for paid sick leave, job safety, and anti-discrimination laws.

The Federal Register published the increased penalty rate on May 26, 2021 for violating anti-discrimination posting requirements. The new penalty is now set at a rate of $576. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) adjusts the posting fine each year, as does the Department of Labor (DOL) to increase the posting penalties.

Below listed are the required notices that will incur a penalty fine if they are not posted in a prominent place for employees to read:

  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) $178
  • Job Safety and Health: It’s the Law (OSHA) $13,653
  • Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA) $21,663
  • Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law (EEO) $576

These notices are included on all of our combination (state/federal) posters.

The Federal Register government document for the above information can be found here:

If you need to order labor law posters with the latest updates and revisions, you can find them on our website

About All In One Poster Company

All in One Poster Company, also known as AIO, is one of the leading labor law poster company in the country located in Anaheim, California. The main core of our company is to help businesses in the United States stay in compliance by providing the required labor law posting requirements that all companies must have at their workplace in accordance with government-mandated laws.

All in One Poster Company was founded by John L. Smith, who is the CEO and President of the company. John was a former OSHA consultant who fought for company rights and had a 95% success rate. He and his wife, Michelle Smith, run All in One Poster Company. AIO is a small company that employs a multicultural group of exceptional individuals who represent the very essence of diversity. The multicultural group of employees include Asians, Hispanics, and European and Native-American descent.

The company prides itself with the amount of work that goes out into every poster created and sold. From research, to graphics, to order-taking, to printing out of the posters, and to processing and shipping out of orders, everything is proudly done in house. In our 19 years of business, All in One Poster Company has always been at the top when it comes to providing accuracy on labor law posters and excellence when it comes to customer service.

All In One Poster Company office – Open to the public

Great news! With the state of California reopening, All In One Poster Company will once again be open to the public. Customers may either walk in and place their order, or place the order over the phone for curbside pickup. We are open to the public Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Please give us a call first to see if the posters you need are in stock.
Please take note that social distancing will be enforced and wearing of face masks will be required inside our office.

Company information:

  • Phone Number: (714) 521-7720
  • Address: 1156 N. Gilbert St, Anaheim CA 92801
  • Business hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
  • Website:

Heat Illness Prevention

In California, employers must have a heat illness prevention program for outdoor workers.

Now that June has arrived, the official summer season has begun. If you are an employer with outdoor workers, such as those in the agricultural, construction, and landscaping industry, you must have a training and prevention plan to combat heat illness.

  • Water
  • Rest
  • Shade

The training must include how to recognize signs and symptoms of heat illness, as well as procedures to respond to possible heat illness.

We sell an informational safety poster you can post in the workplace to provide your employees information on prevention heat illness on our website,

Spanish Posters Now Available

All of our labor law posters for the Combination State & Federal, along with the State-only posters, are available in Spanish versions.

While we have had the Spanish versions available for some state-released postings, especially for the states with a higher Spanish-speaking population (such as California, Texas, and New Mexico), some states were excluded. Now, we are happy to announce that we have finished creating Spanish versions for the missing states. Below is the following list of states that have an added Spanish option:

  • Alaska
  • Arkansas
  • Hawaii
  • Kansas
  • Maine
  • Nebraska
  • New Hampshire
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Visit our website to purchase our combination all in one state and federal labor law posters:

COVID-19 Safety Posters

All In One Poster Company offers 3 different COVID-19 safety posters. You can search Coronavirus on our website to locate all 3 posters.

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

During the month of April, we will observe Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Keep yourself and others safe by focusing on the road while you drive. Being distracted while driving can lead to traffic crashes, injuries, or death. Some examples of distractions are texting, chatting, using your cell phone, fiddling with car controls, or eating while driving.

All In One Poster Company offers a Distracted Driving Awareness poster you can purchase and post at your workplace for employees to read. The poster is a 24×39 laminated, full-color poster and offers tips and guidance for focusing on the road. You can purchase the poster here:

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California 2021 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave

California passed a new 2021 sick leave law. If you took leave for COVID-related reasons since January 1, 2021, you may be entitled to paid sick leave (up to 80 hours) from January 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021 from your employer.

This law applies to covered employees in public or private sectors and who work for employers with more than 25 employees. The law is in effect from March 29, 2021 until September 30, 2021. If the employee took qualifying leave between January 1, 2021 to March 28, 2021 and it was not paid, they can request payment from the employer.

Some qualifying reasons for Supplemental Paid Sick Leave include (if the employee cannot work or telework):

  • Quarantine or isolation period due to COVID-19;
  • Caring for a family member who is experiencing qualifying reasons;
  • Attending a vaccine appointment or experiencing vaccine-related symptoms.
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