Safety signs, notices and labels are produced to the latest specifications including BS5378, BS5499 and the Safety signs and signals regulations 1996, outlining graphic symbols, colours and text sizes.
Categories include prohibition signs covering no smoking, fire risks and access or entry hazard warning signs highlighting caution, danger or risk in the use of machinery, electricity, from fire, in confined spaces, contact with asbestos, and hazards from contact with chemicals (toxic, corrosive, oxidising, harmful), radiation (ionising and non-ionising), laser and biological or clinical agents mandatory signs for protective clothing for body, breathing, head, hand, foot, ear (noise) and eye, protective equipment, manual handling, utilities services, kitchen safety and food hygiene safe condition signs for access and emergency, first aid and safe condition equipment fire equipment including extinguishers and alarms.
Other products include safety armbands, window safety decals, water safety signs and scaffold safety.
These signs are used in offices, buildings, factories and manufacturing, warehouses, retail stores and shops, hotels and guest houses, museums and galleries, hospitals and health centres, laboratories, construction, building services and civil engineering, education (universities, colleges, schools and nurseries), churches and places of worship, catering (restaurants, cafes, pubs), entertainment establishments (theatres, cinemas, bingo halls, nightclubs), municipal and local authority buildings, government departments, emergency services (police, fire service and ambulance), ministry of defence, banks and insurance offices, prisons, power stations, mines and quarries, and transport (rail, ferry, coach, airports).
Materials include self adhesive vinyl, rigid plastic and photoluminescent (glow in the dark).