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General Protective Clothing Signs

If your work premises has areas where protective clothing needs to be worn, it essential that you advise both employees and visitors that this is the case.

Failure to do this could result in an injury and may leave you in breach of current health and safety legislation.

Complying with this is not as hard as it may seem. Carry out a risk assessment to identify where protective clothing needs to be worn and then select the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) general protective clothing signs you need from the extensive range at Safetyshop.

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The PPE general protective clothing signs at Safetyshop come in a variety of sizes and materials to suit your circumstances. Many include the blue circular background with white pictogram, which is required for mandatory signs, while others feature the easily recognisable red stop sign. To specify which form of personal protective equipment is necessary, you may need to use the general protective clothing sign alongside some of our safety clothing signs.

Providing information on the necessary protective clothing to be worn is essential to protect both employees and members of the public. At Safetyshop, we are committed to making this process as straightforward as possible. If you are unable to find the general protective clothing signs that meet your need, please give us a call. If we don’t have the sign you need in our range, we will be pleased to arrange a custom-made sign.

Many businesses have areas where protective clothing must be worn to protect from injury or prevent damage to clothes.

To comply with current health and safety legislation it is necessary to display protective clothing signs so all visitors and employees understand the requirements. If you have identified an area in your business where protective clothing must be worn, browse Safetyshop’s selection of mandatory general protective clothing signs and take the first step towards informing everyone on your premises of this vital safety rule.