A Tidy Area Is A Safer Area Sign
Ensure a safer working environment with our A Tidy Area Is A Safer Area Sign. Part of our extensive range of health and safety signage for construction and building sites in the UK, this sign is designed to reduce the risk of accidents, such as slips, trips, and falls.
Promotes Worker Safety
- Reminds everyone to keep the area clutter-free
- Reduces the chances of accidents and injuries
- Helps lower rates of absenteeism due to sick days
Compliant and Reliable
Our A Tidy Area Is A Safer Area Sign is a Safe Condition sign that complies with the Health & Safety Regulations 1996. It features a rectangular symbol with a green background, making it easily recognisable .
- Made in Britain
- Complies with ISO7010
- Manufactured from durable materials for long-lasting performance
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Founded in 2014, The Sign Shed is one of the UK's leading online sign providers. Our products and services have earned a 5 Star Rating on Reviews.io. We specialize in safety signage, banners, and personalised signage.
Knowledgeable and Customer-Focused
Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing excellent customer service. We have a wealth of industry knowledge and are always ready to assist you with your signage needs.
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The material you need depends on where you sign is going and the surface the notice will be attached to. Click here for more information on the sign material you should choose.
The HSE (Health and Safety Executive) is the UK government body that determines the correct use of safety signs and symbols for each hazard in the workplace. For more details on the legal requirements, view our Guide to UK Safety Signs from The Sign Shed
The size of the sign needed is dependent on various factors such as how far away it needs to be viewed from. Click here for the viewing distances guide from The Sign Shed