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Highly Visible No Pets Allowed Signs

Make your business' stance on pets clear to customers

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From: £10.99 ex. VAT ( £13.19 inc. VAT)

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  • Compliant with UK Health and Safety guidelines
  • Provides a striking message
  • Durable and resistant to adverse weather and vandalism

The everyday work conducted by businesses can pose a risk to animals; dogs and other pets may obstruct or be hurt by vehicles, workers or machinery, while our furry friends can also pose a tripping risk when on your premises. If having pets in the workplace is more trouble than it's worth, you should ensure that you install our no pets allowed signs at the entrance of your building. This should make your stance on pets clear to visitors, customers and staff members.

The choice of either rigid plastic or vinyl, and range of sizes, allow the signs to be adapted and tailored to suit the needs of the area in which they are mounted, to ensure maximum visibility, and also means that they are resistant to adverse weather conditions and vandalism. They promote a safety message which is compliant with the The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996, which detail that prohibition signs must be displayed to prohibit certain behaviour and access to certain areas. Our no pets allowed signs can be used, as needed, alongside our other safety signs and more general information signs, to promote a safe working environment.

This item will emphasise your status as a conscientious and involved employer, while also keeping customers and visitors informed of any rules and regulations in a polite and clear manner. Safety procedure is essential to uphold in the workplace, and correct, well placed signage is an integral part of the good management of a business. A clear, durable message is efficiently provided with a no pets allowed sign, making your policies immediately clear.

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