- There to remind workers of proper handling procedures
- Helps your business comply with the Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations (1996)
- Can be positioned as required.
It goes without saying that working around chemicals can be extremely hazardous. These dangerous chemical signs are designed to raise awareness and alert your staff in any facility or workplace to the presence of chemicals that may present a physical or health hazard during use. An essential prompt, they should ensure your staff use the proper designated handling processes and adapt their ways of working in accordance with your established chemical handling procedures. At times, dangerous chemical signs may be the biggest critical factor in keeping your workplace accident free. Constructed to help your business fully comply with the Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations (1996), they are bright, bold and eye catching, and intended to be displayed prominently to warn staff to take precautions where residual hazards exist.
Choose from five different sizes (A5, A4, 400 x 300mm, A3 or A2), so you can tailor the sign to the size of surface area it will adhere to and the level of prominence you think that it needs to have in your workplace. It is also available in a choice of three durable materials (polypropylene rigid plastic, self adhesive rigid plastic or self adhesive vinyl), so you can ensure the sign will withstand the various demands of your specific work environment. Universally applicable, you can simply attach the sign to any surface quickly and easily.
Comprehensive and highly visible signage should always be seen as part of an overall health and safety strategy tailored towards the demands of your workplace, particularly where dangerous chemicals are present or in use. We also stock a range of different types of chemical hazard signs in the same colour and format. There is also a substantial variety of different hazard warning signs for alerting visitors and employees alike to a host of hazards, including where there may be danger of electric shock, biohazards and one with the symbol for corrosive chemicals.