Fire Exit & Fire Door Signs

People usually leave premises by the same way that they enter or by routes which are familiar to them. Alternative exits (ie all emergency exits and any exits not in normal use) should be clearly indicated so that people know there are additional ways to leave. In addition, the provision of well-signposted exits in full view will give a feeling of security in an emergency. Make sure the fire exit sign is displayed immediately above the exit opening or, if this is not possible, choose a position where the sign can be clearly seen and is least likely to be obstructed or obscured by smoke. Where an exit cannot be seen or where a person escaping may be in doubt about the location of an exit (eg in warehouses where goods for transit and other obstructions may prevent a clear view of the exit doors), fire exit signs, including a directional arrow, are appropriate at suitable points along the escape route. In buildings with multiple occupants a common approach to the provision of fire safety signs is sensible so that people are not confused about the exit routes from the building. In such cases, it is normally the owner of the building who has responsibility for displaying signs in common areas (eg stairways) and if there is any doubt check this with your enforcing authority for fire safety. Individual occupiers are normally responsible for the signs necessary within their part of the building. Your enforcing authority for fire safety may, in addition to the fire safety signs referred to in these Regulations, require provision of certain supplementary signs to aid the effective and efficient use of the escape routes provided. For instance, where there is a danger that a door which is a fire exit may become obstructed (because its importance is not appreciated) such as a final exit door opening into a car park or storage yard, or a seldom used intercommunicating or bypass door between rooms, a conspicuous ‘Fire Escape – Keep Clear’ sign should be shown on the appropriate faces of the door. Check with your enforcing authority if you have any doubts.

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  • Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs

    Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs, in the event of an emergency within your premises you need everyone to be able to evacuate quickly and in a safe manner, sometimes there are fire doors that are fitted with handles or knobs that twist, where you have these types of doors within your property you will need to display some form of information signage to inform the building occupants on what to do to open the door in the event of an emergency. The best way to inform all occupants of your property on how to open doors that have a dial or knob to open it is to display these Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs, by displaying these Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs you are informing everyone of what action to take in the event of an emergency and it provides the evacuees with added peace of mind as they know how to open the door successfully. Our range of 'Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs are available in a variety of sizes and materials to suit all door types, in addition all of our Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs are available with free delivery too. For the best results please display your 'Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs in clear prominent positions on the door, adjacent to the handle or knob that requires turning to open. The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 details that information Signs must have a green background which contains a pictogram so by displaying these Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs you are compliant with The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996. In addition these Turn To Open Anti Clockwise Symbol Signs where applicable, conform to BS EN ISO 7010. Learn More
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  • Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs

    Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs, in the event of an emergency within your premises you need everyone to be able to evacuate quickly and in a safe manner, sometimes there are fire doors that are fitted with handles or knobs that twist, where you have these types of doors within your property you will need to display some form of information signage to inform the building occupants on what to do to open the door in the event of an emergency. The best way to inform all occupants of your property on how to open doors that have a dial or knob to open it is to display these Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs, by displaying these Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs you are informing everyone of what action to take in the event of an emergency and it provides the evacuees with added peace of mind as they know how to open the door successfully. Our range of 'Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs are available in a variety of sizes and materials to suit all door types, in addition all of our Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs are available with free delivery too. For the best results please display your 'Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs in clear prominent positions on the door, adjacent to the handle or knob that requires turning to open. The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 details that information Signs must have a green background which contains a pictogram so by displaying these Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs you are compliant with The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996. In addition these Turn To Open Clockwise Information Signs where applicable, conform to BS EN ISO 7010. Learn More
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  • In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs

    In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs, around your premises you have fire exit doors which are readily available for every occupant inside your building to make a safe escape in the event of a fire or an emergency evacuation. Normally these fire exit doors are push bar operated where you push the bar to release the door opening it outwards, in some cases you will have a padlocked bolted door which, for security reasons remains closed until required, the actual bolt inside the locking mechanism used to be made of glass but due to safety reasons they are now made of ceramic material. Where you have these ceramic or glass bolts fitted on your fire doors you need to inform everyone on what to do in the event of a fire by installing these In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs, when you display these In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs you are conveying a clear message to everyone that they must break the glass to safely open the door and exit the premises in a safe manner. These In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs are an information type of sign and consists of a vibrant green background and white text, images or pictures or a combination of all three, the In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs provide vital information for everyone on the safe operation on how to exit your premises for speedy and safe evacuation in the event of an emergency. The health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) regulations 1996 state that information signage must be displayed to inform people on the safe exit during an emergency by either information, words or images displayed in the signs so by displaying these In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs you are complying with health & safety. Our range of In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs are available with free delivery too. Please display your In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Sign sin clear positions around your sites where need to identify the locations of your emergency Fire exit doors. The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 details that information Signs must have a green background which contains a pictogram so by displaying these In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs you are compliant with The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996. In addition these In Case Of Fire Break Glass Information Signs where applicable, conform to BS EN ISO 7010. Learn More
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  • Pull Safe Condition Door Opening Information Signs

    Pull Safe Condition Door Opening Information Signs, around your building you have doors for people to come in and go out or progress through your property, some of these doors are not marked up with signs to show people how to open the door and in some cases people will be embarrassed as they will try and open or the door by pushing it instead of pulling it. The best solution to inform everyone in your building which way the door opens when you need them to pull the door open is to install these Pull Door Opening Information Signs, when you display these Pull Door Opening Information Signs you are conveying a clear information message that the door needs to be pulled in order to open it. These Pull Door Opening Information Signs are an information type of sign which consists of a green background with the word "Pull" printed in white to be effective and left of the word "Pull" is an arrow which is pointing towards the door user in the pull motion. The health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) regulations 1996 state that information signage must be displayed to inform people on the operation of doors and fire doors by either information, words or images displayed in the signs so by displaying these Pull Door Opening Information Signs you are complying with health & safety. Our range of Pull Door Opening Information Signs are available with free delivery too. Please display your Pull Door Opening Information Signs in clear positions around your sites on your doors where you require everyone to pull the door in order to open it. The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 details that information Signs must have a green background which contains a pictogram so by displaying these Pull Door Opening Information Signs you are compliant with The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996. In addition these Pull Door Opening Information Signs where applicable, conform to BS EN ISO 7010. Learn More
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