What is a prohibition sign?
This prohibition symbol is easily recognisable and therefore effective at helping people who might struggle to read the text interpret the sign's meaning accurately.
What examples are there of prohibition signs?
Examples of prohibition signs include access signs such as “Do not enter”, machinery safety signs including "Do not touch signs", or legal health instructions like “No smoking signs”.
In general prohibition signs tend to contain instructions beginning “No” or “Do not”. The message is intended to inform that certain actions are unsafe, or not permitted due to health and safety regulations. This language also makes the instruction as clear as possible.
Prohibited Signs should be used in the workplace and area accessible to the general public to provide instruction and information on dangerous behaviour that should be stopped immediately and is not allowed.
We have a full range of prohibition signs available at the Sign Shed. Explore our collection below or navigate to specific varieties of prohibition signs to find the exact sign you're looking for.
View our collection of Prohibition Signs
- Do Not Use Prohibition Sign Safety Notice Sign to warn others that a piece of equipment and/or machinery should not be used.
- Do Not Cllimb the Fence Prohibition Signage Deter Children for climbing and avoid risks of falling, display this sign in children's playgrounds.
- No Parking Emergency Vehicles Only Prohibition Sign Reserve emergency parking spaces on site, ideal for outside care homes, medical centres or shopping centres.
- No Littering Prohibition Signage Remind people to bin their litter, ideal for outside shops, play areas and next to bins.
- No Smoking E Cigarettes Smoking Sign Display this no smoking sign wherever E-Cigarettes and Smoking is banned.
- No Swimming Prohibition Signs Ban swimming in lakes, canals and lakes with this prohibition water safety sign.