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Public Area Signs

Health and Safety rules do not simply apply to workplaces, but may also apply to public areas. Local authorities and businesses that are open to the general public must comply with health and safety regulations to ensure that no member of the public is injured whilst on their premises. Public area signs can be used to provide guidance and instruction to the public on what is allowed in the area –  for example, photography may not be permitted – and also warn of potential risks such as thieves operating in the area.

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Safetyshop’s Plastic ‘Assistance Dogs Allowed’ Signs provide a clear message to the public that guide dogs are permitted to be on the site. With a recognisable image of a guide dog, the signs clearly identify the fact that assistance dogs may be taken on to the site. The signs are robust enough to be used both indoors and outdoors and are easy to fix onto different backgrounds. Our Do Not Litter Signs promote awareness of helping the environment and are durable enough to be used both indoors and outdoors. The signs can be made of either vinyl or rigid plastic. Littering can be a major problem for businesses that have public areas. Not only does litter detract from the appearance of a business, but there is also a considerable cost to clearing up litter. By making the public aware of their responsibilities on the site, these costs can be reduced.

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