- Comes on one-piece die-moulded plastic to protect the printing underneath
- Measures 150 x 150 mm
- Has a self adhesive backing for quick and easy fitting
This Braille floor level sign, number four, is a great way of enabling the visually impaired to find out which floor they are on independently - the Braille is grade one, which is frequently used by Braille readers. It comes on die-moulded and one-piece plastic which stops the printing underneath becoming damaged, meaning that it is long lasting. It has smooth contour lettering and pictograms within a patented locating ring and comes in bold contrasting colours to aid the partially sighted.
The sign measures 150 x 150 mm and has a self adhesive backing so it can be fitted quickly and easily.
Signs like this are a certified aid in giving better access within the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and are thought to give reasonable adjustment required under the act by the local government.