Danger Signs _SKU-6753

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Warn visitors and employees of dangers with this generic DANGER sign. A popular choice for factories, warehouses and construction sites. We provide a number of large sizes and sign materials, including posters, self adhesive vinyl stickers and 3 & 5mm Foamex Boards.

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Warn visitors and employees of dangers with this generic DANGER sign. A popular choice for factories, warehouses and construction sites. We provide a number of large sizes and sign materials, including posters, self adhesive vinyl stickers and 3 & 5mm Foamex Boards.

We also provide this sign in a large 4ft x 3ft heavy duty PVC banner (with hems and eyelets for hanging).

Universal application – can be positioned as required.

Conforms to BS 5499

Danger Signs UK

Available in:

A3 & A2 Foam Cored Plastic Boards (3mm thk)

– Use both indoors and outdoors (eg: walls, doors, the side of structures)

 

A3 & A2 Foam Cored Plastic  Boards (5mm thk)

– Use both indoors and outdoors (eg: walls, doors, the side of structures)

 

* Also available in a 4ft 3ft banner! (Click here) Only available at Fabufacture UK

 

 

 

 

Danger Signs UK

 

BS5499 signs satisfy existing UK legislation and for signs that have not been adopted yet by ISO 7010.

The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 put into practice the European Safety Signs Directive (92/58/EEC). Designed to standardise safety signs reducing the risk of misunderstandings arising from geographical differences across the European Community.

How does it affect employers? All employers must use a safety sign where a risk would otherwise go uncontrolled. All safety signs should contain a pictorial symbol.  The regulations encourage the increased use of symbols and this includes all fire safety signs.

Important Legal Update: Referring to The Fire Risk Precautions (Workplace) Amendment Regulations 1999, all employers have a legal requirement to provide a full and documented Risk Assessment in respect of Health and Safety and Fire.

Previously exempt organisations are now required to carry out a Risk Assessment. Failure to do so means in the event of an accident the company directors can be held liable and prosecuted (legislation pending, referred to as ‘Corporate Killing’). It is estimated that this amendment will affect an additional 1.5 million business premises in the UK, including the following previously exempt premises:

Schools, places of entertainment, any hotels, some boarding houses, public houses, churches and other places of worship.

 

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