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Fire Safety Signs


Fire Safety Signs

One of the biggest concerns within any workplace is the risk of fire. This is especially the case if your line of business involves using or handling flammable or explosive materials.
However, this is not the only type of place fire safety signs would be displayed. In some small firms it may seem obvious where you should go and what you should do in the event of a fire. But, employees may panic if they are not guided by fire action signs, which could result in things being worse than they should be and your business could be lost, or even worse a life could be lost. Discount Fire Extinguishers stock a full range of fire safety signs. 

To minimise the chance of a fire being caused in the first place and as a guide for visitors and employees on how to respond, make sure you have the right fire safety signs in a place they can easily be seen by staff, visitors and the general public.

Fire Safety Signs Additional Information

There are a number of different types of fire safety signs;

  • Fire Extinguisher Signs
  • Fire Action Signs
  • Fire Exit Signs
  • Fire Call Point Signs
  • Fire Assembly Point Signs

Signs relating to equipment indicate the location of devices and what type they are. These have to be red under health and safety law and tend to explain whether the fire extinguishers are foam, dry powder, water or carbon dioxide. Another popular equipment notice is for fire alarm call points. These signs need to be close to, or next to the call point so individuals can find what they are looking for straight away. Fire action signs can be just pictorial, just text or both. For example, they can include calls to action such as sounding the alarm system, leaving the building via the nearest and safest fire exit and not using lifts. Fire exit signs are one of the most important; the importance of the positioning of these signs is paramount. They cannot be placed on a wall in a way that would cause confusion or where they would not be clearly seen. Your local Fire Service Officer can advise you on this.