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Fire Emergency Signs

When it comes to fire safety more is more! The more that you can make those in the building aware of all the procedures, fire alarm points and policies, the better. Signage is essential and there is a whole range of signs that can alert people in the building to the right thing to do if there is a problem.

 All workplaces have to have health and safety risk assessments in place and ensure that the premises complies with all regulations regarding fire safety, with all emergency escape routes and equipment clearly marked. Staff should be aware of fire emergency procedures as part of health and safety training.

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Larger buildings that have a lift should make it clear to all workers and visitors that a lift should not be used in the event of a fire. There is specific signage for this and these signs can be placed around the building to remind everyone that in the event of fire they should take the stairs to reach the ground floor.Signage for the actual alarms is also an essential part of the process. The fire alarm points will be in various places around the building and signs can draw attention to them. Signage can also be used to explain which types of fire extinguishers are available and where to find the fire blankets and fire hose reels. All current signage complies with the latest regulations and can be positioned where it can be clearly seen by everyone who uses the building. 

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