- Alert employees and visitors to potential X-ray hazards
- Compliant with health and safety regulations
- Universal application that can be positioned where required
These signs warn employees and visitors of potential X-ray hazards in and around the workplace. The "Danger X-rays" warning sign, featuring the ionizing radiation symbol, and the "Do not enter" warning sign both measure 300mm x 500mm and are available in three different materials.
The 1.2mm thick polyprop rigid plastic and the 1.2mm self-adhesive rigid plastic options are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, while the self-adhesive vinyl variant is designed for indoor use. The signs offer universal application and can be positioned where required. Drill holes can be added for easy fixing.
The signs are compliant with the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996. These demand that safety signs must be displayed to advise people to take precautions, or to be careful, where hazards exist. It is mandatory for work places to display the warning signs. The regulations place a duty on employers, in respect of risks to their employees, to ensure that safety signs are in place where appropriate.
We stock a wide range of danger warning signs so that employers can fulfill their legal obligations to properly warn employees, workers and visitors about the potential dangers that may be present in the workplace.
The most effective way to do this is by using danger warning signs that caution people about the different dangers present. We have more than 90 different types of hazard warning signs on offer. Where applicable, all of the signs adhere to the stringent regulations laid out by the UK government.
Our available signs include slippery surface warning signs to help avoid unnecessary accidents and injuries in the workplace, and electric shock hazard signs to avoid the risk of serious injury from potential electrical hazards.