- Written in commonly-used grade 1 Braille
- Easy, self-adhesive sticking
- Contrasting colours for partially sighted people
Ensure your posted directional information can be read easily by those with visual impairments by installing this Braille floor level 10 sign.
Grade 1 Braille is used for the writing, as this is the most commonly-used version of Braille so the maximum number of people will be aided. The self-adhesive backing means the sign can be quickly and easily added to any surface, and its durable material means it will stay there for as long as you need it.
While our range of Braille floor level signs are extremely helpful for people with visual impairments, they should not be the only directions to an escape route. However, they can help to fulfil at least some of your responsibilities under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 to provide appropriate resources for those with disabilities.
In addition to being helpful for Braille readers, their bright colour contrasting also means they are more visible and easily read by partially sighted people as well.