Prohibition Signs are used in areas to prevent people carrying out specific actions which may cause harm to themselves or others, the signs are designed with a black pictogram symbol of the specific action displayed on a white background, surrounded by a solid red circle with a red diagonal line running through the black symbol which means the action is prohibited such as no smoking signage features a pictogram of a black cigarette with a diagonal red line across it which means smoking is prohibited. Site prohibition signage prohibits others from carrying out actions whilst on sites which could be dangerous to themselves and others such as lighting naked flames where flammables are stored and used and property prohibition signage can be used around private properties to prevent trespassers from gaining unauthorised entry to their property.
To prohibit access around your sites and workplaces for safety or security reasons the access restricted prohibition signage range offers a wide range of prohibition signs which restricts access and actions by others wherever displayed, for prohibiting specific activities around factories and warehouses the factory and warehouse prohibition signs are ideal for stopping people and drivers carrying out actions which may endanger others. We also supply a full range of prohibition signs for dogs which can be mounted around public areas, business premises and shops to restrict dog owners from allowing their dogs to carry out specific actions, for prohibiting members of the general public from carrying out certain activities which may be dangerous or cause harm to themselves or others our range of public prohibition signage range offers a complete range of restriction signs for the general public and our complete range of workplace prohibition, hazard warning and mandatory signs all conform with the health & safety signs and signals regulations. For further information regarding Safety signs and signals, the Health and Safety Regulations 1996 guidance on Regulations can be downloaded FREE of charge from the UK Government HSE website
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