Fire Safety Signs
Shop here for an extensive range of fire safety signs, fire point signs, fire extinguisher ID signs and other general fire warning signs.
Displaying the correct Fire Safety Sign is a vital tool to guide staff and visitors to a safe place in the event of an emergency such as a fire in the building. Whether you're a business owner or you're the head of site safety it is your responsibility to remain compliant with health and safety regulations in the workplace. Fire signage can be displayed on a wall, suspended from a ceiling or fixed on or above a door and must remain visible at all times.
Our fire safety signs range complies with BS 5499-2:1986 Fire safety signs, notices and graphic symbols, together with EN ISO 7010:2012 and includes emergency exit and fire prevention signage such as Fire Action notices, Fire Assembly Point signage, Fire equipment signs, Fire Door Signs, Fire Exit signs and Glow in the Dark signage.
What Colour are Fire Safety Signs?
Fire Safety Signs and Fire Equipment Signs are always red in colour with white symbols or text. The colour red is used to signify danger and indicates the location of fire equipment in an emergency situation. These fire health and safety signs are displayed to show ensure that people within the building are aware of the location of fire equipment such as fire alarms, fire extinguishers, fire hoses and emergency stop buttons. Fire Exit signs, as with all emergency exit signage, are safe condition signs and are green in colour and feature the "running man" symbol.
All our Fire Safety Signs comply with British Standard BS5499.
Do you need standard or glow in the dark HSE compliant Fire Safety Signs for your business?
Fire safety is of absolute paramount importance in any establishment. Our range of fire signage includes fire safety signs, fire assembly signs, fire hazard signs, and fire alarm signage. This type of signage is crucial in saving lives, using workplace fire signage for warehouses, offices, construction sites, and hotels (hotel fire safety requirements). We offer workplace fire safety signs that building managers can utilise anywhere to protect their workforce. So whether you need to warn workers of a fire risk, educate the public or make your customers aware of what they need to do should a fire occur, we've got the fire signs safety signs British standard. Our fire safety signs comply with relevant health and safety legislation (BS 5499 fire safety signs), resulting in effective, legal signage that gets the job done.
Is the Fire Safety Signage fire-resistant and safe?
Our fire safety signs are made from high-quality plastic and related materials, all of which have been chosen for durability and inertness. Fire-resistant and resistant to water, wear and tear, corrosive chemicals and similar, all of our fire safety signs have been built to last, regardless of the hazards it encounters. Our safety fire signs can be fastened to walls, doors, and similar surfaces using various methods. In addition, we offer a choice of self-adhesive signs and those that are fastened into position using screws. So whether you want a single sign or an entire system, we have safety signage available that will be right for your intended use in case of a fire.
Fire Safety Signage is a legal requirement for public buildings and every workplace. Our fire signage is fully compliant with all health and safety guidance. Once in position, they will offer years of safe use. However, suppose you're unsure which safety signs will suit your business. In that case, our skilled team is on hand to offer in-depth advice and support, based on their extensive knowledge of what's needed for a particular set of circumstances. Ask us about our range of illuminated (glow in the dark fire signs) and incandescent safety fire signs. Find out what signage is required for a fire point and what is required for an assembly point at The Sign Shed.
What is Needed to Start a Fire?
For a fire to start, it requires three things: a source of ignition (heat), a source of fuel (anything that burns), and oxygen.
Heaters, lighting, naked flames, electrical equipment, smokers' goods (cigarettes, matches, and so on), and anything else that can grow extremely hot or create sparks can all be ignition sources for a fire or a blaze.
Wood, paper, plastic, rubber, foam, loose packing materials, trash debris, and furniture are also good fuel sources.
The air we breathe is one of our most important sources of oxygen.
It is the responsibility of employers (and building owners or occupiers) to conduct and keep a fire safety risk assessment. As with health and safety risk assessments, this procedure can be performed as part of a more extensive risk assessment or a stand-alone procedure.
Based on the investigation findings, employers must ensure that adequate fire safety measures are in place to help prevent injury or death should a fire start.
For your risk assessment to be practical, it should identify what could cause a fire to start, such as sources of ignition (heat or sparks) and combustible items and the persons who may be put in danger.
What are the required safety signs for fire extinguishers?
Our range of fire extinguisher signs plays a vital part in your fire safety procedures. These signs often identify the type of substance contained inside the fire extinguisher to tackle the fire with the correct fire extinguisher.
Displaying the correct fire extinguisher sign near the appropriate fire equipment helps people use the correct extinguisher inside your premises. Please choose the correct fire safety signage from our range of fire extinguisher signs.
What are our most popular fire safety signs?
- Assembly Point Sign Identify emergency exits and escape routes, assembly points are critical for safety in a fire.
- Fire Extinguisher Fire Safety Sign Highlight fire equipment in your building with this fire safety notice.
- Fire Door Keep Closed Fire Signs This sign should form part of your fire exit and emergency evacuation process.
- Fire Point Sign For larger buildings with an electrical alarm system installed with manual call points. Inform workers of the fire call points in your workplace.
- Fire Alarm Call Point Fire Safety Sign Ensure Fire Alarm Call Points can be found easily with the correct fire safety signage. Comply with the fire safety regulations.