- Position anywhere
- Standard A4 size
- Choice of three materials
Clear and concise signage that points out the location of fire call points and informs staff as to when fire tests are can be important in ensuring the health and safety of your staff. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states that all alarms, exits and escape routes need to be clearly and prominently signposted. As part of your fire risk assessments, you may want to think about the placement of fire alarm testing notices so your staff are aware when testing is taking place.
Complying with the latest British safety standards, these notice signs are versatile enough to be simply positioned where they're needed as part of your health and safety processes, policies and procedures. Acting as a highly visual reminder, staff will have more certainty about how to behave when the alarm goes off - whether it is scheduled testing or whether they should implement the usual evacuation process. Let these signs help to create a safer working environment with staff who are more informed. Also conforming to British Standard 5499 - the standards for clear and effective signage - they are highly visible for staff and easy to position wherever you need them to be. Sized 297 x 210mm (standard A4), you can choose from three material options (1.2mm polypropylene rigid plastic, 1.2mm self-adhesive rigid plastic or self-adhesive vinyl) to suit the demands of your working environment. Both the polypropylene and the self-adhesive rigid plastic are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use; the self-adhesive vinyl can only be used indoors on a clean, dry and oil-free surface.
We also supply a range of different fire alarm call point signs, including standard call point signs and dual message call point signs.