- Provides staff and visitors with a clear, easy-to-see and easy-to-interpret warning about hot surfaces
- Available in three different materials, including self-adhesive vinyl and two rigid plastic options that can be deployed either inside or outside
- Helps you obey the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations of 1996
Hot surfaces in the workplace can be dangerous for both staff and visitors. They can cause scalding or burns and may even pose a fire hazard if they are not treated with care. As you may be aware, the 1996 Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations state that you must display safety signs to warn staff and visitors of potential hazards, including hot surfaces. We offer a range of hazard warning signs, including these durable A4 ‘warning hot surface’ safety signs. If you want to protect employees, customers and visitors from hot surfaces in your workplace and ensure that you comply with relevant health and safety regulations, these hot surface warning signs are perfect for you.
These signs are very easy to see and interpret. This is due to their prominent A4 size, yellow-and-black design and the fact that each one includes both text and a visually-striking symbol. Thanks to the variety of materials and fixing options available, they can also be positioned wherever you like, therefore guaranteeing that they won’t be overlooked. The flexible, self-adhesive vinyl variant can be fixed easily to any indoor surface, including surfaces that aren’t perfectly flat. The self-adhesive rigid plastic variant can be used on any flat surface, whether it’s indoors or outdoors.
If you need a sign that can stand up to heavy wear-and-tear without peeling or falling down, you can opt for our Polyprop rigid plastic variant, which can be attached very firmly using separate fixings.
Whether your workplace uses ovens, furnaces or high-temperature mechanic devices, it’s important to protect everyone in that work environment from extreme temperatures. Our resilient A4 ‘warning hot surface’ signs are a great way to do that. If you need to offer additional protection, you can invest in heat-resistant personal protective equipment.