Health & Safety Signs

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We offer a comprehensive range of health and safety symbols and signs for industrial plants, factories, large offices, manufacturing sites, the construction industry and building sites.

All our signage conforms to the latest British Standards, including fire action, chemical hazards, and warning signs. All the health & safety signs and designs are available in a range of materials, including rigid PVC, aluminium, self-adhesive vinyls and (are or can be) photoluminescent.

In addition to health and safety signs and symbols, T Signs also offer plenty of related products, such as area marking tapes, line marking kits, cables, and piping identity to ensure you have everything you need to meet the health and safety requirements.

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Outdoor Health and Safety Signs

Health and Safety Signs

If you require outdoor safety signage for your domestic or commercial property, T-Signs can help. We create regulation standard outdoor signs for all your health and safety symbol needs, including reminders for eye and head protection, visitor directional signs, ‘no parking’ signs and road warning signs. Our signs use hardy, weatherproof materials, such as PVC and aluminium and are built to last. We also use self-adhesive vinyls for walls and glass and provide photoluminescent materials for use in low light conditions.
Indoor Health and Safety Signs

Health and Safety signs

Our commercial and domestic signs are both indoor and outdoor friendly. If you are looking for high-quality ‘no smoking’ signs, fire alarm signage or exit signs that meet the regulatory standards, T-Signs can provide.
What are the Four Types of Health and Safety sign?

health and safety signs

It is important to have safety signs in the workplace. A visible instruction from a safety sign provides clear information and reduces the chance of accidents to workers and non-employees, resulting in a safer working environment. There are four main types of signs, which are:
  • Fire safety signs
  • Emergency exit signs
  • Road traffic regulations within the workplace
  • Prohibition signage
These four safety sign types can be broken down further into categories: Prohibition, Warning, Mandatory and Emergency.
Prohibition and Mandatory Signs

mandatory signs

Prohibition signs are to prohibit behaviour that is likely to increase or cause danger, for example, “No smoking”. These signs commonly feature red circles with a diagonal slash through them. Mandatory signs should be used to highlight actions that must be taken to meet statutory requirements, such as wearing hard hats and keeping fire doors closed. These signs are blue with white text or imagery relating to the mandatory actions.
Warning and Emergency Signs

emergency signs

Warning signs or hazard signs are bright yellow triangles used to make people aware of a nearby danger, such as a flammable liquid or high voltage areas. Emergency signs should be used to indicate escape routes, emergency exits, fire exits, and first aid equipment. Commonly green, these signs provide emergency information alongside other health and safety signs.

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From local businesses to large corporate events, our projects showcase our ability to deliver quality and satisfaction. Read our client stories to understand why we’re a preferred choice.

I have worked with T Signs Ltd over the last 9 years and during that period their attention to detail, consistency of service and customer facing approach has always been of the highest standard. They are a pleasure to work with and I will continue to do so and would not hesitate in recommending them to others, as I have done.

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health and safety signs

When customers are looking for health and safety signs, they often ask these common questions, which we are happy to answer. If the information you are looking for isn’t listed here, don’t hesitate to get in touch about your health and safety sign project.

What signs do I need at work?

The main signs you need are ‘no smoking’, emergency escape route, general danger, eye protection, flammable material, toxic materials, fire equipment, and First aid point. Employers are required to provide signs:
  • Whenever there is a risk that has not been avoided or controlled by other means.
  • Where traffic needs to be directed within a workplace.
  • Wherever there are dangerous substances or pipework that carry them.
  • To identify stores or areas where dangerous substances are held.
  • To identify fire exits and Fire Safety procedures.

Where are safety signs needed?

Safety signs will need to be posted in hazardous areas, around dangerous machinery, by emergency evacuation routes, on pipes, and many other areas around the workplace. A facility or safety manager should assess their workplace and identify hazardous areas with a job hazard analysis.

What material is used for signages?

All the designs for our health and safety signs are available in a range of materials, including rigid PVC, aluminium, self-adhesive vinyls and can also be photoluminescent for lower light conditions. Our materials are hardy and designed to last indoors or outdoors, depending on your needs.

What are health and safety signs?

Health and safety signs are visual indicators used to convey important information regarding potential hazards, safety procedures, or emergency protocols in workplaces or public spaces. These signs aim to promote awareness and compliance with health and safety regulations to prevent accidents and injuries.

How can health & safety signs improve workplace safety?

Health & safety signs play a crucial role in enhancing workplace safety by effectively communicating hazards, emergency procedures, and safety precautions to employees and visitors. By increasing awareness and promoting adherence to safety protocols, these signs help reduce the risk of accidents, injuries, and occupational health issues, fostering a safer work environment for everyone.

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