- Available in a variety of materials for temporary or permanent usage
- Can be mounted on walls, to fences or in stanchion sign holders
- Fulfil legal requirements for displaying hazard signage on construction sites
With a universally recognised crane hazard symbol, these signs give clear indication to site sub-contractors, employees and visitors to be vigilant for overhead danger. They are suitable for both temporary or permanent use - simply choose a material that best suits your needs.
Rigid plastic is the most durable of these sign types but installation will require holes to be drilled for mounting via screws or heavy duty cable ties (not included) to fences or walls. Correx fluted polypropylene offers a great deal of durability but is much more lightweight, making these types of signs suitable for temporary installation in stanchion sign holders or on fences or scaffolding with cable ties. Vinyl signs are flexible and suitable for mounting on curved surfaces provided that they are smooth enough to enable the strong self-adhesive backing to adhere properly.