- Available in seven sizes
- Place wherever you need it
- Choose from three different materials
Safety signs are seen as an intrinsic, essential part of workplace health and safety, if the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations of 1996 are anything to go by. They state that hazard signs must be prominently and appropriately displayed to warn staff and visitors to take precautions where known hazards exist. Where hazardous materials are present, it's also important to follow the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations governing the health and safety of every staff member who comes into contact with hazardous materials - including liquid chemicals, machinery and equipment. In tandem with your policies, procedures, protocols and staff training, signage should be used to help ensure the safety of your staff and any visitors in your workplace - in this case, making sure they follow your handling procedures and are aware of where chemicals are stored, so they can act accordingly.
Conforming to British Standard 5499 - the guidelines governing the look and feel of signage, including how it should be displayed appropriately - these caution chemical store signs are a highly visible warning. As part of your arsenal of signage, labelling, training and procedures, these signs may help to prevent accidents and injuries caused by a lack of knowledge of the chemicals present in your workplace. It may help staff to take caution when moving around and accessing containers, as well as whether or not to wear protective personal equipment (PPE) in line with your policies. Simply use the drop down menu above to select from seven different sizes to suit the surface area of the wall it will be stuck on as well as the desired level of visibility in your workplace. Choose also from three different material styles (polypropylene rigid plastic, self-adhesive rigid plastic or self-adhesive vinyl) to tailor the sign to your working environment.
We also supply a huge range of hazard signs, including harmful chemical signs and highly flammable store signs.