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Essential Radiation Area Signs

Radiation warning signs for industrial zones


From: £5.99 ex. VAT
From: £5.45 ex. VAT ( £6.54 inc. VAT)
  • Clear radioactivity warning
  • Durable plastic sign
  • Universal application

Along with our other harmful substance signs and posters, these radiation area warnings make sure that all site visitors and workers are aware of potential hazards. These safety signs warn all people entering the controlled area that they must take proper precautions against radioactive harm.

Our radiation area signs are made from 1.2 mm thick recyclable plastic with a glossy finish, and consist of the radioactivity warning symbol along with a 'radiation controlled area' message. They can be fixed to any hard surface, including walls and doors. Because of the universal design and compatible fixings, this sign can be placed in awkward locations with ease and could be attached in many unique and innovative ways as required. The radiation zone warning sign is weather resistant so you can use it outdoors, and the tough plastic should withstand most weather and splash damage easily. The materials used are also fire resistant, meeting safety standard DIN 4102-Part 1, Class B.

The bright yellow background and black radiation pictogram are standard images used to represent a radioactive hazard, so the sign gives visitors and staff a clear indication that a risk is present. Radiation can seriously damage health and all dangerous materials should be handled under the right conditions, using PPE and in a secure zone. This sign serves a dual purpose: it clearly indicates that preventative measures are necessary before entering the area, and it warns unprepared visitors to stay out or risk serious health implications. Any site handling radioactive materials must display the correct signage clearly in relevant areas, and our ready-to-fit radiation area signs serve this need perfectly.

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