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Glow-in-Dark Safety Signs

GLOW-IN-DARK SAFETY SIGNS

Glow in Dark Fire Signs are an effective way of displaying and guiding people properly to the emergency exit doors in fire situations at night or low light conditions.

The Glow in Dark fire signs supplied by us are of high quality that glow really well and make it easy for people to view and understand the signs/ directions being communicated to them. These type of dire signs include Fire Exit, Fire Extinguisher, Manual Call Point, Hose Reel, Zone Control Valve, etc These are ideal for use in Offices, Schools, Shops, Restaurants, Hotels, Warehouses, etc GLOW IN DARK SAFETY SIGNS.

FIRE SIGNS & SAFETY SIGNAGES

Most of us take the presence of fire safety signs for granted But whilst we may not pay attention to them on a typical day, in a real emergency they can be the difference between life and death That’s exactly why they are a crucial element of any businesses’ fire safety strategy.

Read our full guide to categories of fire signage and fire safety signs to discover why they’re so important, if your business is required to use signage by law, what the various categories of fire signage are, as well as what each sign really means.

IMPORTANCE OF SAFETY SIGNS

It’s vital that everyone in a building is aware of their nearest fire exit, escape routes and where to find firefighting equipment. Fire signage is essential in guiding the occupants of your business premises when a fire breaks out. If employees and visitors don’t know where their nearest fire escape and equipment is located, they could be susceptible to serious harm.

COLOR-CODING OF SIGNAGES

The fire signage categories listed above have been standardized with different colors and shapes As a result, they can be recognized immediately and interpreted quickly in an emergency situation.

CATEGORIES OF FIRE SIGNAGES

Prohibition Signs:

Signs that fall into this category include “No Smoking” notices. These messages outline a prohibited action that could increase the risk of a fire.

Mandatory Signs:

These signs indicate steps people must take to comply with fire regulations, which are designed to safeguard occupants An example of a mandatory sign is a “fire door keep shut” notice.

Warning Signs:

These signs are required to make people aware of the presence of flammable materials For example, a store cupboard that contains potentially dangerous liquids To aid the escaping and fighting of fires.

Safe Condition Signs:

These signs indicate fire escape routes, fire assembly points and first aid equipment to guide occupants dealing with an emergency and escaping the building .

Fire Exit Signs:

These notices direct people to the location of firefighting equipment such as extinguishers or fire hoses and also fire alarm activation areas Depending on the layout of your building, this may not be required if the equipment itself is highly visible.

COLOR-CODING OF SIGNAGES

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Fire Exit Signs:

Fire safety signs associated with escaping a fire are green, which has become the universal color for “go”. These types of notices are square or rectangle in shape and have contrasting white writing on them. Exit notices may need to be illuminated so that they adhere to fire door signs regulations. Emergency lighting is used to make them visible in varying light conditions.

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Fire Equipment Signs:

Any fire safety signs that are associated with firefighting equipment is red. This is in line with the equipment itself, which is also required to be red in color. The writing and pictograms on these signs are white. An example of this kind of sign is a fire hose notice, which highlights the location of firefighting equipment.

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Blue & White Health and Safety Signs:

Blue fire safety signs with white writing on them state mandatory precautions that one must abide by in a building. Mandatory signs are circular in shape. An example of this type includes the familiar “FIRE DOOR KEEP SHUT” notice, designed to offer protection in the event of a fire.

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Yellow Safety Signs:

The Yellow Fire Safety Signs carry warning messages and are triangular in shape. They feature a black symbol that indicates the type of hazard in a specific area. An example of a yellow warning message is a fire risk sign.

ENSURING PRESENCE OF FIRE-SAFETY SIGNAGES AT YOUR WORKPLACE

Firstly, it’s imperative that a fire risk assessment is carried out. This will check the following things to ensure that your workplace complies:

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