Danger Hazard Area Do Not Enter Stanchion Sign - MM027AMFP

Inform staff, visitors and the public that that entry is prohibited to hazardous areas
  • Place temporary stanchions signs around sites or factories where new or unexpected hazards exist to limit and control entry and subsequent risk to persons
  • Temporary signs can withstand constant handling & be quickly positioned near to a potential danger
  • It is a legal responsibility to try and eliminate hazards; identify with a sign if the hazard cannot completely be eliminated
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Danger Hazard Area Do Not Enter Stanchion Sign

Eco Wooden Lockable Notice Boards


£61.97 Incl. VAT: £74.36

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Danger Hazard Area Do Not Enter Stanchion Sign

  • Display using Metal Stanchion Holders -
  • The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 details that Mandatory Signs must have a blue circular background which contains a white pictogram
  • Conforms to BS 5499


Application Area Indoor and Outdoor
Colour - Background Red/Yellow
Colour - Text Black/White
Fixing Attach to stanchion
Material PVC
Material Thickness 2 mm
Orientation Landscape
Photoluminescence Non Photoluminescent
Shape Rectangle
Sign/Symbol General Hazard
Sign Text/Symbol Symbol and Text
Sign Type Hazard
Specifications / Characteristics Withstands constant handling
Supplied in Single
Text Danger
Hazard area
Do not enter


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Legislation The Health & Safety (Safety Signs & Signals) Regulations 1996
ISO 7010, BS 5499

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