- Strong vinyl for indoor and outdoor use
- Cut separately and supplied on a roll for easy use
- Instant self-adhesive application
With so many hazards around the workplace, it's important to provide sufficient warnings so that people can work safely and avoid taking unnecessary risks. To do this effectively, the warnings should be easy to understand and clearly directed to avoid ambiguity. These hazard warning symbol labels can be applied directly to a wide range of surfaces, letting you clearly indicate where the hazard in question exists. They feature standard symbols, which are easy for people to recognise, saving time and maximising effectiveness.
To make sure people have a good understanding of warning symbols, our pocket guides detail those specific to hazardous substances, and can be carried anywhere for quick reference. The symbols on these labels are usually recognised by most people, making them extremely useful.
The labels are made from vinyl, a far more durable material than paper, so they're hard-wearing and don't need to be replaced frequently. They can be used indoors or outdoors and won't be damaged by water. Because of their self-adhesive backing, the labels can be applied quickly wherever you need them, which is great for situations where there are many hazards, or where the same hazard appears throughout a building. They make a handy alternative to larger hazard warning signs or they can be used as a companion to increase the visibility of potential dangers.
With such a large selection of designs available, the labels are suitable for most of the common workplace hazards. These include heat, electricity, biological hazards and asbestos. There are also options for recycling point symbols, and for indicating disabled access. There are also different sizes available, which gives you the scope to increase the visibility with a larger label if needed or minimise the use of space with a smaller size for compact areas.
The labels can also be used with our self-adhesive letters and numbers if you wish to add further information, which helps you to specify the dangers people should be aware of.