Fire Safety Signage
Safety signs are found almost in every public building and are used to convey a clear and unambiguous message that can be easily understood by everyone, even those in different languages.
The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 requires employers to ensure that safety signs are provided and maintained where there may be significant risk to health and safety.
All our signage is designed to meet current legislation & standards such as BS5499.
Safety signs have a specific colour coding as follows;
- Green – safe condition. These include fire exit signs
- Red – prohibition and fire equipment signs. These are used to indicate the location of equipment
- Yellow – hazard warning signs. These signs give warning of potential risk
- Blue – mandatory signs. Signs that require actions or activities that will contribute towards safety
For further information and advice on fire safety signage, get in touch via our contact page