Slip trip fall signs
The HSE produces checklists to reduce the risk injuries through slips, trips and falls in the workplace. We produce safety signs to lessen the chances of your employees or visitors from falling victims to hazards.
Slips, trips and falls are one of the most likely causes of workplace injuries. Tripping and falling over steps can result in broken legs, head injuries and the like. Lessen the risk by warning of the hazard with this safety sign.
Low ceilings, beams and other obstacles prevent hazards and potential injuries to the head that could result in unconsciousness and head trauma.
There can be many obstacles at head height that you could bang your head on, particularly in an older building with lower ceilings and exposed beams. Warn others of the risk with this warning sign.
A huge number of accidents in the workplace are due to slips, trips and falls. If a floor is likely to be slippery then inform others of the hazard with this general warning sign.
Slips, trips and falls account for a huge number of accidents in the workplace. If you know that the floor is likely to be slippery, inform others of the hazard with this general warning sign.
Warn others of the presence of stairs, for example if they are behind a closed door.
Make others aware of stairs which may not be obvious, for example behind a door or round a sharp bend.
Caution - Trip hazard warning sign
Warning notice advising that there is a danger of falling if the trap door is left open
This warning sign is used to alert to the danger of objects falling and is part of our Construction signs range
A warning sign advising of danger due to a fragile roof
Site safety sign warning of the dangers of incomplete scaffolding on a construction site
A prohibition notice featuring a pictogram in a prohibition circle and text stating that you should not use the scaffolding as it is not complete
Warn workers and the general public of a potential hazard from an uneven surface with this safety notice.
It's a fact that slips, trips and falls represent the most common causes of injuries and fatalities for workers in the UK.
Many situations can be prevented with the help of hazard warning signs that will alert employees of a specific risk.
Keep your workplace tidy, report incidents and avoid unnecessary obstructions or loose electrical cables for example.
You'll find more information on the statistics from our blog article.