Do I need to display a Beware of the Dog sign on my gate? - The Sign Shed

Do I need to display a Beware of the Dog sign on my gate?

Whether or not you need to display a Beware of the Dog sign on your gate depends on a number of factors, including:

  • The breed of your dog: Some breeds of dogs are more likely to be aggressive than others. For example, pit bulls and Rottweilers are more likely to be involved in dog bites than other breeds.

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What are authorised entry signs? - The Sign Shed

What are authorised entry signs?

Authorised entry signs, also known as restricted access signs, are used to indicate that an area is restricted to authorised personnel only. These signs are typically used in workplaces, warehouses, construction sites, and other areas where there is a potential for safety hazards or sensitive information.

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The Art of Defence: Removing Unwanted Guests from Private Property - The Sign Shed

The Art of Defence: Removing Unwanted Guests from Private Property

So, what exactly does 'reasonable force' mean? Picture this: someone has wandered onto your lawn. A gentle but firm verbal request to leave should suffice. Now, imagine a scenario where the trespasser becomes aggressive and poses a direct threat to you or your property. In such cases, you may have to employ slightly more force, always ensuring it’s proportional to the threat faced.

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Do I need safety boots signs in my workplace? - The Sign Shed

Do I need safety boots signs in my workplace?

You may need safety boots signs in your workplace if there is a risk of foot injuries. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) states that employers must provide safety signs if there is a significant risk that can't be avoided or controlled in any other way, such as through safe systems of work or engineering controls.

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