Site Safety Signage
Site safety signs are a range of signs which are used for being displayed around business premises to ensure that employees, visitors, contractors and the general public are fully aware of any specific action which must be carried out whilst on the premises. Site safety signage includes specific instructions for visitors to sites with visitor information signage which provides site visitors with specific information such as visitors must report to the reception signs which tells the visitors they need to report to the reception, site safety signs include site traffic signage such as displaying signs to ensure pedestrians only use specific routes, especially where there is vehicles moving around the sites and disabled access signage is used for site safety purposes such as showing the disabled and wheelchair user's how they can comfortably access the premises. 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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