By looking for any hazards that could potentially harm an employee and taking practical steps in minimising the risk, you'll have a safer workplace. These might include the use of hazard information including danger signs, preventing access to hazards, or providing employees with protective equipment.
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Acids can present significant health hazards to workers. This safety notice warns employees that acid is dangerous to your health.
Danger - Asbestos removal in progress safety sign
Danger - Battery acid safety sign
Cyanide is a potentially fatal chemical. Workers involved in the production of the chemical are at risk, among others, from this dangerous toxin.
Danger - Explosive atmosphere safety sign
Danger - Explosive Atmosphere sign
Fumes from welding and cutting, for example, could be dangerous to employees. Adequate ventilation and visible warning signs are among the measures employed to reduce the risk in your industry.
If there are chemicals in use in your workplace, make sure everyone knows of their existance. Use this hazard warning notice to inform others that hydrochloric acid is being used or stored on your premises.
Storage and the use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is governed by HSE safety regulations designed to prevent accidents and public health issues. Warning signs should be used where this fuel is kept to advise the public of the risk to their safety.
The Health and Safety at Work act details specific duties to those responsible for the safe use and storage or acetylene. This includes warning of the dangers of fire and explosion hazards through Acetylene use and storage.
Danger - Acetylene safety sign
Danger - Acid warning sign
Danger - Asbestos hazard safety sign
Danger - Asbestos hazard warning sign
Working with asbestos is an extremely hazardous occupation and companies need to follow strict guidelines set out by the HSE that include risk assessments and method statements. You'll also need adequate signage to warn the general public that the work is being carried out.
Danger - Asbestos safety sign
Danger - Asbestos warning sign
Danger - Battery Acid warning sign
Danger - Chemicals warning sign
The chemicals used at work such as cleaning products or pesticides in factories, laboratories, or domestic gardens all offer health risks to the public. Severe hazards could lead to death. Warn others of the dangers with this safety notice.
Cyanide is a fast acting and potentially deadly chemical that can exist in smoke fumes.
Structural stability is one of the issues of concern for contractors working in excavations. Use this warning notice to advise of the dangers. Buy it as a sticker, or hard wearing aluminium sign.
There are numerous risks associated with excavation work. Collapses and falling material result in deaths every year according to HSE statistics. Planning and preparation for this kind of dangerous work should include obtaining the necessary signage.
Staying safe around deep water such as in quarries and at reservoirs includes following the recommendations of such authorities as ROSPA and adhering to safety signage.
Employers must minimise the risks to public safety from fire, explosions and corrosive substances. This warning sign is designed to alter employees and the general public in places where explosive atmospheres may occur.
The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) states that the public must be warned of an area with risk of explosion due to the storage and handling of combustible materials.
Danger - Guard dogs safety sign
Danger - Guard dogs warning sign
Danger - Harmful fumes safety sign
Danger - Hazardous substances - Wear PPE safety sign
Danger - Hazardous substances on site - Report to reception warning sign
Employer's are responsible for taking all necessary precautions to protect their worker's health. This multi message safety sign includes the text Danger Hazardous substances See data sheets before use.
Every year people are injured at work as a result of explosions from flammable gases, dusts or vapours being ignited. Warn them of the severe dangers with this chemical hazard notice.
Hydrochloric acid is corrosive to the skin, eyes and mucous membranes. Among other harmful effects, it can cause severe burns to the skin. Warn others of the danger with this safety sign from our chemical warning signs range.
Danger - LPG warning sign
Danger - Men at work warning sign
You'd expect to see this sign in a vehicle repair centre where workers are below ground level, but may not be seen from above, such as in a pit below a car. Use this safety notice to make other aware of potentially lethal risks from this work.
Danger - Men working below warning sign
Danger - Men working overhead safety sign
Danger - Men working overhead warning sign
Features a symbol of a lorry in a warning triangle with text informing that moving vehicles could prove dangerous to pedestrians.
Using the word danger indicates an immediate hazardous situation that will result in serious injury or even death in extreme cases. Includes the EC recognised symbol of a truck.
You need to protect workers or the public from falling into a manhole by taking the appropriate safety precautions such as using barriers and putting up safety notices.
Safety sign used in garages and workshops advising of danger from an open pit
There are dangers to workers such as the load falling and the crane collapsing when overhead cranes are in use. Both could potentially result in major injuries or death. Use this sign to warn people of the risks to safety and health.
If you're involved in lifting operations in your business environment, make sure that you remind colleagues of the serious dangers from the use of overhead cranes, such as collapse and the load falling.
Danger - Petroleum mixture safety sign
Features the Flammable material or high temperature warning symbol and the text Danger Petroleum mixture giving off a flammable heavy vapour.
Danger - Quarry workings safety sign
Danger - Quarry workings warning sign
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