The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has policies and procedures for obtaining and placing signs around its facilities.

How to complete eServices Signage Request

Interior Informational and Wayfinding Signage

Written requests for signage should be directed to Space and Facilities Planning using OneSource eServices via facilities project request. Space and Facilities Planning will review the request and if the request is approved, will determine the appropriate format, size, location and placement of the signage.

Space and Facilities Planning will also make sure that the signage complies with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center signage standards and wayfinding guidelines and any applicable laws and regulations. They will also confer with any other appropriate departments.

Templates

NOTE: no logos on room signs, no clip art, font utilized, no color

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Exterior Informational and Wayfinding Signage

Written requests for signage should be directed to Space and Facilities Planning using OneSource eServices via facilities project request. Space and Facilities Planning will review the request and confer with any other appropriate departments.

If approved, Space and Facilities Planning will then seek authorization from the university’s architect’s office for the placement of the proposed exterior signage or graphic.

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Temporary Signage Graphics or Exhibits

Written requests for notices, posters, temporary graphics, exhibits or other items that are visible from any public should be directed to the Marketing and Strategic Communications via Brand@osumc.edu. These items must be approved in advance.

Marketing and Strategic Communications will review the request and confer with any other appropriate departments.

Temporary Signage or graphics may be removed at the discretion of an Administrator, Safety and Compliance or Security personnel during the course of routine rounds if the item lacks approval; violates policy; is out of date or inaccurate; violates brand standards; or is a threat to the safety of others.

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