Push To Open Sign
Welcome to The Sign Shed, your trusted source for safety signage. Shop today for our high-quality Push To Open Sign. This essential sign is designed to inform and guide people on how to operate doors efficiently in case of a fire or emergency.
Our Push To Open Sign conforms to the Health and Safety (Safety and Signals) Regulations 1996, ensuring compliance with safety standards. It is available in various sign materials to suit your specific needs:
- Standard self-adhesive (non-glow)
- 1mm rigid plastic
- 3mm recycled plastic (non-glow)
- 3mm composite aluminium (non-glow)
- 1.3mm photo-luminescent PVC (Glow in the Dark)
Our 1.3mm photo-luminescent PVC material option meets the British Standard BS5499-2:1986. This Class B photo-luminescent sign charges itself in normal daylight and glows in darkness during emergencies, such as power failures. It surpasses PSPA class B (50/7-900 DIN 67510) standards, ensuring maximum visibility and effectiveness.
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Shop online or visit our HQ in the heart of Yorkshire to explore our range of safety signage, banners, and personalised signage. We are industry-leading innovators in recycled material signage, proudly British-made.
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