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Durable Green 'Exit' Signs Featuring Running Man Facing Right Symbol

Ensure staff and visitors can easily identify fire escape routes


From: £4.99 ex. VAT
From: £4.04 ex. VAT ( £4.85 inc. VAT)

  • Manufactured in rigid plastic or vinyl
  • Available in a range of sizes
  • Compliant with all key safety standards

One of the fundamental aspects of health and safety for businesses is the need for them to ensure that any escape or exit routes can be quickly and clearly identified by workers and site visitors in the event of an emergency situation.

Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, it is an absolute requirement for such routes to be clearly marked in any premises that need to undertake health and safety assessments. Failing to do so can have a significant impact on efforts to keep those on your premises safe from any risks which may arise.

This eye-catching sign, which conforms to BS 5499, is the perfect tool for the job. As well as featuring 'Exit' in bold white lettering on the standard green background, the sign also includes the standard running man symbol facing right to identify an exit.

Ideal for use in any location or environment, these durable signs are designed for universal application and are available in either polypropylene rigid plastic, self-adhesive rigid plastic or self-adhesive vinyl format. To ensure you get the sign that suits the needs of your premises, it is also available in a range of sizes from a 150 x 150mm to A3.

The right signage in the workplace can play a huge difference in keeping people safe, so the importance of displaying products such as this in your office, warehouse or factory cannot be downplayed.

A host of other options are also available depending on your requirements, including the Xtra-Glo upwards pointing arrow with running man 'fire exit' signs and the glow-in-the-dark 'fire exit' and 'keep clear' dual message sign. The glowing feature of these options makes them particularly ideal for low-lit environments or in the event of a power failure.

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