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  1. Detailed Guidance Regarding Fire Action Signage

    Detailed Guidance Regarding Fire Action Signage

    Detailed Guidance Regarding Fire Action Signage

    Fire action signage is present in all workplaces and public buildings, in this article i will provide detailed information about fire action notice signs, why they are essential for all places of work both indoors and out how if the instructions are followed carefully could save lives. Building owners, landlords and employers who have ultimate control of a building must carry out a fire risk assessment of their building or workplace to discover any significant findings which may put others in danger or cause harm or injury to themselves or others, although fire action signs may seem trivial, the specific steps of actions taken may prevent themselves being harmed or injured in the event of a fire. Detailed below are the specific steps of action as described on signage designed for taking action in the event of a fire in workplaces and buildings, although all workplaces will vary in their processes of the steps according to the size

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  2. Workplace Site Safety Signage Guidance

    Workplace Site Safety Signage Guidance

    Workplace Site Safety Signage Guidance

    Business owners, workplaces and sites must all provide a safe and secure environment for everyone on and around premises under their control including staff, visitors, contractors and where appropriate the general public, in this article we will take a virtual risk assessment tour, look at potential risks and determine from the findings what types of signage we can mount and display which provides everyone with guidance and security whilst attending your sites. It is required by law that all employers carry out a risk assessment of workplaces under their control and where 5 or more people are employed the risk assessment must be recorded and documented.

    Site Traffic Signage

    Approaching your sites in vehicles it is important drivers and pedestrians fully understand where they are to attend, you will have staff that needs use the car parks, delivery drivers need to attend goods in areas, visitors need to be directed where they

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  3. Head-To-Toe Essential PPE Signage Guidance

    Head-To-Toe Essential PPE Signage Guidance

    Head-To-Toe Essential PPE Signage Guidance

    The wearing of PPE (Personal protective equipment) is required by law under the health & safety at work act, employers have a duty to provide workers with ppe where their duties and activities around the workplace involves working in areas where they can come into harm from any work processes as part of their daily duties and likewise employees also have a duty of care towards their employers to wear any ppe they are issued with to help protect them from harm or injury. The range of ppe available to workers can cover them from head-to-toe, below we will detail information about each ppe product and why the signage for each ppe equipment is vital for employers to display around their workplaces.

    Head Protection Signage

    Depending on the work activities an employees has to carry out some environments demand the need for some form of head protection to be worn, building and construction sites for example can be very hazardous

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  4. What Fire Door Signage Do I Need?

    What Fire Door Signage Do I Need?

    What Fire Door Signage Do I Need?

    One of the most common overlooked workplace signage around buildings are fire door signs, not fire exit door signs but rather signs which belong on fire doors both on escape routes and the fire exits which are more commonly known as final fire exits. It is vital for building owners and employers to ensure people under their control whether employed or visiting are kept safe at all times whilst on your premises, just as employers are required by law to display the health & safety law posters they must also conduct a fire risk assessment of any building under their control to safeguard the occupants from fire whilst on the premises. The finding of your fire risk assessment will determine what (if any) specific actions must be carried out, it may require you to implement extra safeguarding measures

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  5. Fire Exit Arrow Up Signage Explained

    The meaning of Fire Exit Arrow Up Signage

    All workplaces and public buildings are required by law to ensure the occupants of the building can escape to a place of safety, in reasonable time and along a fire protected route. To ensure building owners mount fire exit arrow up signs in the correct positions and locations it is important that a fire risk assessment is carried out which will determine where you can mount your fire exit up arrow signs, keep in mind whilst carrying out your fire risk assessment that wherever you are standing inside the building you must be able to visibly see some type of fire exit sign. Fire exit signs with an up arrow are designed in various materials, sizes and formats all of which will depend on the environment and size of the building where they are going to be mounted, for example, in small premises such as shops and offices often self-adhesive material fire exit arrow up signs can be the ideal choice taking into consideration the environments which

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  6. Why Every Household Needs Clinell Wipes

    Why Every Household Needs Clinell Wipes

    Clinell universal wet wipes are in high demand due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, sought after by everyone from households, the health sector and medical professionals worldwide. The Clinell range is designed to clean, sanitise and disinfect in under 11 seconds and Kills at least 99.99% of pathogens and is now the UK’s most trusted single-step detergent and disinfectant which is ideal for use on both surfaces and non-invasive medical devices. Their patented near-neutral pH formula ensures exceptional material compatibility and is proven to kill at least 99.99% of pathogens after 10 seconds, norovirus within one minute and reduce instances of MRSA by 55% and Clinell universal wipes are effective against Covid-19 virus in 30 seconds.

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  7. Dealing With Covid-19 In The Workplace

    Dealing With Covid-19 In The Workplace

    What does a business need to do to protect their staff? keep reminding your staff and customers to wear face masks in any indoor areas or where required by law, for example using signage as a reminder. Business owners are not responsible for making sure customer wear face coverings but you can take appropriate steps to make sure customers know they need to wear a face covering, this is a vital reminder to help reduce transmission especially when your customers are going to be around other people they don't normally meet.

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  8. Need Building Work Done?

    Need Building Work Done?

    Following the simple steps in this article will help you meet your responsibilities as a client and ensure construction work and repairs are undertaken safely and without damaging worker’s and other people’s health. What does CDM 2015 do? Complying with CDM 2015 will help ensure that no-one is harmed during the work, and that your building is safe to use and maintain while giving you good value.

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  9. The Safe Use Of Ladders

    The Safe Use Of Ladders

    This article is for employers on the simple, sensible precautions they should take to keep people safe when using ladders and stepladders in the workplace. This will also be useful for employees and their representatives. Following this guidance is normally enough to comply with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 (WAHR).

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  10. Guidance Regarding Escape Routes

    Guidance Regarding Escape Routes

    This section provides further guidance on the general principles that apply to escape routes and provides examples of typical escape route solutions for a range of common building layouts. The guidance is based on premises of normal risk so if your premises (or part of your premises) are higher (or lower) risk you should adapt the solution accordingly.

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