- For use with A4 printable update sign templates
- Rigid plastic with non-glare, scratch-resistant cover
- Affix using self-adhesive tabs
As an employer, you are expected to carry out a first aid assessment of your workplace. For example, if your workplace employs more than 5 people you must appoint a suitably qualified person to act as a first aider. You may be required to appoint more than one person, depending on the number of employees and the type of work carried out on your premises.
A full list of appointed first aiders should then be made available to all members of staff in your organisation, so they know who to call in the event of an emergency.
Our high-quality first aid 'appointed persons' sign makes the process of displaying and updating your appointed first aiders list simple and easy. The unique template combined with our holder system means there is no need to buy a new sign every time your list needs updating.
Simply download our easy-to-use update sign templates to customise and print out a list of appointed first aiders. Our template uses 327 x 240mm A4 paper, which can be printed by any standard inkjet or laser printer. Once printed, slide the updated sheet into the sign holder and affix the holder to the wall using our self-adhesive tabs.
Constructed from rigid plastic, this holder is a sturdy, secure and efficient way of displaying this vital information. A scratch-resistant and anti-glare protective cover prevents your information from being tampered with, makes it easier to read and protects it from spills.
This simple, elegant and cost-effective solution is the easiest way to keep your list of appointed first aiders accurate and up to date. All the names are neatly printed and easy to read. No more illegible handwriting, or smudging, making your workplace look untidy and unprofessional.
If you would like to print photos next to the names of your appointed first aiders, choose our UPDATESIGN1/4/10/25 template. You can also ensure your workplace is compliant with health and safety ruling by displaying this health and safety law poster in staff working and break areas.