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Keep to Walkways Do & Don't Visual Signs

Provide clear visual instructions to pedestrians that, for their own safety, they should keep to the walkways provided
  • Photographic images ensure your message is easily understood by all
  • Cross and tick symbols against images make it very clear that pedestrians are at risk of serious injury if they do not stick to the pedestrian route
  • Use to support your onsite health and safety management system
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Flammable No Smoking Point of Entry Floor Sign


£9.71 Incl. VAT: £11.65

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Keep to Walkways Do & Don't Visual Signs

  • Eye-catching design and clear information means that there is no excuse for not following the pedestrian routes on your premises
  • Signs feature the BS EN ISO 7010 general mandatory and prohibition symbols
  • Available in a range of sizes and materials to suit all indoor and outdoor locations
  • See our handy guide below for more information on each sign material
Size (H x W) 210 x 297 mm, 297 x 420 mm, 420 x 594 mm.
Material Rigid Plastic, Vinyl.
Fixing Permanent Self-Adhesive, Various - Available Separately.



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