Authorised entry signs
Which Authorised Entry Signs inform staff and public about areas which they are allowed to access?
Our collection of Authorised Entry Signs Keep staff and the public informed about which areas of your site they are and are not allowed to access with authorised entry signs. You can also explore more of our access signs if you're looking for alternative access signs such as private road no public access signs and no unauthorised access signs.
Authorised entry signs inform people, both staff and members of the public, what areas they are authorised to access. This is important for safety, as well as protecting confidential information. A lot of our authorised entry signs also contain additional information to inform people as to why they're not able to enter the area.
Which authorised entry sign is required?
Authorised entry and authorised persons only signs are needed for many different reasons, for instance places that are off limits such as construction sites, hospital wards or science labs where entry is only accessible to an authorised member of staff. Authorised entry signs can also be found in the general workplace, usually where guests visit, a simple no entry sign or keep out sign can be used here, to warn people not to access a certain area.