- Durable and long lasting
- Conforms with current UK and EU health and safety legislations
- Eye-catching and easy to fit into place
If you work in a harsh environment such as a construction site, laboratory or other scientific research workplace, there are likely to be hazards and dangers presented by chemical substances. In order to comply with UK and EU health and safety signage legislation, you will need to provide ample harmful substances signs to warn people of the dangers of chemicals – thus minimising the risk of accident or injury.
These safety signs make sure that all people are aware of potential hazards as a result of radiation. They serve two purposes – to warn people working in the area to take extra precautions and to wear personal protective clothing, and also to warn visitors to stay out of a potentially dangerous area.
For high visibility, the hazard signs use standard yellow backgrounds with a black pictogram that is used to represent a radiation controlled area. As radiation is a serious risk to health if not properly managed, these signs are ideal for placing in multiple locations around your radiation controlled area. The signs have a universal fitting, meaning that they can be placed onto practically any flat and dry surface, including most types of walls, doors, windows and fences.
The radiation hazard signs are available in a choice of materials – rigid plastic or vinyl. They can also be supplied with a permanent adhesive backing for indoor application; simply peel off the backing and place the highly sticky rear side of the design into the same position. The sign will then stick firmly into place and will not be damaged by tampering, contact with splashes or from chemical presence.
Our signs are supplied in a range of standard sizes for ease of use; these particular chemical safety signs are available in a choice of either A5 or A4 size – compact sizes to suit any area. Make sure your staff are aware of the dangers of radiation. These simple alternative radiation symbol signs provide an effective reminder through a universally recognised pictogram.