Hot Water Signs
Hot Water Signs must be displayed in areas to warn others of the dangers from hot water supplies to help protect them from receiving and scalding from the hot water such as from hot water urns, wash basins and kitchen sinks. Signage to warn people of hot water can be displayed above the hot water supplies or labels which warn of very hot water can be applied directly to smooth, clean dry surfaces such as tiling above the hot water supplies. People who have been scaled by very hot water will need immediate medical attention to soothe the burn such as applying a sterile BurnSoothe Gel which provides instant comfort and effective pain relief and is essential to keep in the workplace or in the home. The Health & safety signs and signals regulations state that hot water signs must be clear and legible, and should be used to identify actions that are for warning people of the water which is hot so by displaying hot water signs you are complying with the health and safety regulations.