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Fire Safety Signs

Fire safety signs are an essential element of fire protection to help you ensure staff and visitors know what to do in the event of an emergency. Our range of signs are designed to meet all your fire safety needs and help ensure you comply with current legislation which states that "all premises should clearly mark emergency exits and escape routes."

See below for our FAQs and buying guide.

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Fire Safety Warning Signs: Buying Guide



Essential Information in the Event of A Fire



Our range of fire safety signage includes fire assembly point signs, fire extinguisher signs, fire action signs, fire alarm signs and fire door signs, all of which are available in a wide range of sizes, orientations and materials. Use in conjunction with fire exit signs to ensure an important part of your fire safety system is in place.

Most business premises and buildings that are open to the public are covered by health and safety legislation that requires fire safety and emergency signage to be in place. To help you ensure that you are complying with the relevant legislation we offer a wide range of signs to covers every element of a comprehensive fire safety plan.

A fire safety sign is any piece of standardised, easily recognisable signage that helps to support the fire safety within your building, fire safety signs use words and pictograms to quickly communicate fire safety practices to people on your premises and provide information that aids both in the prevention of fire emergencies and in the event of fire.

Fire action plan signs, for example, offer information to people on the premises about the fire safety plan and evacuation process for the building. These are usually mounted in areas where people will have a chance to peruse them when they are first familiarising themselves with their surroundings, providing them with essential information that can be used in the event of a fire emergency.

Fire alarm signs, fire hose signs and fire extinguisher signs are intended to draw attention to the placement and operation of these emergency essentials so they can be easily located and used in the event of a fire. Fire extinguishers and fire alarms are both supplied by Seton.

Fire door signs can help ensure fire door retainers and equipment are used in the way intended, and closed after use to prevent the spread of fire in the event of an emergency. Informational fire safety signs can remind people on the premises to leave fire escapes unlocked and unobstructed, to avoid using lifts in the instance of an emergency and to gather in a certain place when an evacuation is necessary so that building occupants can be accounted for.

Displaying A Fire Safety Notice in the Workplace



Different types of premises are subject to different fire safety regulations, so it is important that you consult the relevant health and safety requirements before purchasing and installing fire safety signs.

Signage will usually be required to mark the route and location of the nearest fire exits, as well as location and usage instructions for fire alarms and extinguishers. Depending on the nature of your premises, you may need to install further fire safety signage to help expedite employee and visitor actions in the event of an emergency.

Variations of Fire Safety Signs



We have a wide range of self adhesive, wall mountable and 3D fire safety signs for both interior and exterior use. We have a range of fire safety Braille signs so you can be sure that those with visual impairments will also know what to do in the event of an emergency. All our signs come in a range of materials allowing you to pick the best fit for your business and premises.

FAQs



What Fire Safety Signs do I need for my premises?



As fire safety regulations can vary we would advise all customers to refer to the relevant legislation when deciding which fire safety signs will need to be installed on their premises.

What material should my Fire Safety Signs be made of?



Fire safety signs are made in a range of materials to allow you to select that signage that is most fitting for each proposed environment and location. Consider whether you want to apply self-adhesive signs directly to the wall or to mount them using sign fixings.

Factor in the available lighting where signs will be placed, as our glow-in-the-dark fire safety signs might be a better option in areas where signs need to be independently visible in low light or in the event of a primary power failure. You may also need to install tactile and Braille fire safety signage to ensure that information is readily available to those who are visually impaired.

Where should I place Fire Safety Signs?



The location of fire safety signage will be determined by the legal health and safety requirements for your premises, the complexity of your fire safety plan and the layout of your building. It may be helpful to draw up a plan of your premises and consult a fire safety officer to determine which signs are needed in what locations.

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