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Plastic and vinyl signs with ‘safety helmets must be worn in this area’ message

Ensure that your staff and visitors wear their protective helmets when in high-risk zones

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From: £4.00 ex. VAT
From: £3.24 ex. VAT ( £3.89 inc. VAT)
  • Mandatory blue and white colouring with helmet pictogram
  • Suitable for use indoors or outdoors
  • Easy application without the need for fixtures and fittings

Make sure you are fulfilling your legal responsibility to your workers and visitors by installing the appropriate safety signage around your facility. If you work in an environment where personal protective equipment such as hard hats, safety vests and hard shoes are mandatory, the corresponding signage can help people determine when to wear certain equipment and can alert them to dangers in certain areas. These 'wear helmets' signs are ideal for use in workplaces such as construction sites and other potentially dangerous areas, and can be positioned around your facility as required.

The PPE signs display a clear message that is easy to spot, even from long-range distances. With mandatory blue and white colours that are instantly associated with safety signage, they leave no room for confusion over when hard hats must be worn. The hard helmet symbol is a universal pictogram that everyone should recognise – and which speaks for itself.

The signs can be used in both indoor and outdoor locations, as they are made from a durable choice of materials – hard-wearing plastic or self-adhesive vinyl. Both materials are ideal for long-term usage and will not become damaged as a result of contact with water, many chemicals or tampering from humans. The plastic signs will remain in place and unscathed throughout weather conditions all year round, so you can rest assured your signs will remain visible for all to see at all times.

We also stock these helmet symbol signs as a text-free alternative to hard hat signage.

Make sure you provide adequate head gear to protect your staff and visitors in high-risk zones, like these popular hard hats.

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