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‘Do Not Climb On Shelving’ Health And Safety Sign

Ensure staff and visitors avoid unnecessary risk of injury

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From: £2.80 ex. VAT
From: £2.55 ex. VAT ( £3.06 inc. VAT)

  • Available in either rigid plastic or vinyl
  • Conforms to safety regulations including BS 5499
  • Can be purchased in a range of sizes

All companies have a major responsibility when it comes to promoting a strong culture of health and safety in the workplace, with the key aim of preventing staff and visitors alike from suffering injury or illness as a result of avoidable risks.

A key part of promoting health and safety is using the correct signage across the worksite making this eye-catching ‘Do Not Climb On Shelving’ sign ideal for ensuring workers recognise the inherent danger of such behaviour.

Legislation including the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 detail how prohibition signs must be displayed in workplaces, with such signage featuring a black pictogram within a red circle bisected by a red diagonal line.

This ‘Do Not Climb On Shelving’ sign conforms to those regulations and the BS 5499 standard, while it also features the relevant text in white lettering on a red background.

Ideal for use in a range of work environments, the portrait sign can be purchased in a number of size options from A5 to A3. It is also available in polypropylene rigid plastic, as well as self-adhesive rigid plastic and self-adhesive vinyl, meaning it can be mounted and used in a variety of locations and on a range of surfaces.

This sign is ideal for use in conjunction with a host of other essential health and safety signage, including similar items such as the ‘It Is Strictly Forbidden To Climb On The Racking’ Warehouse Safety Sign.

If forklift trucks are needed to retrieve items from shelving units, ensure that A4 ‘Caution Fork Lift Trucks’ signs are clearly displayed in all relevant environments to provide sufficient warning of their presence to staff and any site visitors.

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