No Hard Hats, No Boots, No Job Sign
Ensure safety and compliance on your construction site with the No Hard Hats, No Boots, No Job Sign. As part of our extensive range of health and safety signage for UK construction and building sites, this sign is a crucial component of your PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) safety measures.
Our high-quality sign is designed to communicate the importance of wearing the appropriate hard hats and safety boots to comply with HSE regulations. It serves as a clear warning to workers that failure to adhere to these safety requirements will result in exclusion from the job.
At The Sign Shed, we take pride in being one of the UK's leading online sign providers. With a Reviews.io 5 Star Rating for both our products and services, we are committed to delivering excellence. Our expertise lies in safety signage, banners, and personalised signage. Our customer-focused team is dedicated to providing exceptional service and possesses a wealth of industry knowledge.
When you choose The Sign Shed, you are not only choosing a reliable supplier but also supporting the environment. Our No Hard Hats, No Boots, No Job Sign is made from recycled materials, showcasing our commitment to sustainable practices. Plus, our signs are proudly British-made in our headquarters located in the heart of Yorkshire.
Shop online or visit our store to explore our range of construction site signs. Invest in the No Hard Hats, No Boots, No Job Sign today and ensure the safety and wellbeing of your construction team.
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