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Fire Safety Posters

Need help? Need help? Why you need fire safety posters as well as signs? In the event of a fire, good planning, up-to-date equipment and escape routes that are accessible and free of obstructions help ensure the safety of the occupants in a building. Fire safety posters, when correctly displayed also help your business to comply with health and safety poster law. The rules on the correct precautions for fire are tackled, and the guidelines for the reaction to fire are provided. Important how-to lists and instructions are given with regards to maintaining and using fire equipment. The use of these fire safety posters will go a long way towards preventing disaster in your workplace.

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The message on posters must be understood at a glance, and to be read and remembered easily. Effective and useful information reinforces the right processes at your company. Our range of safety signs are designed to combine text with attention-grabbing pictures, which immediately emphasises the written message. In some cases, the notice is punctuated with symbols or pictograms near each instruction, making a strong visual memory tool for the reader.

The posters may be ordered in rigid or semi-rigid plastic, or laminated paper, so that they can be displayed on a wall, door, cabinet, glass panel, etc. They may be fixed directly to the surface with mounting tape or fitted into a snap poster frame to keep them away from dust, moisture and dirt.

Fire safety posters differ from the related, directional fire safety signs. Your business needs clear signs indicating the location of fire escapes, fire extinguishers, emergency contacts, fire action plans, assembly points, etc. These are needed so that in an emergency, it is clear, for instance, where to go and whom to contact.

The fire safety posters, unlike fire escape information, detail what should be done before as well as during a fire. Information is displayed explaining that fire marshals are appointed to check that alarms work, signage is visible and escape routes are kept clear. Also, posters such as “know your fire extinguisher” will help ensure that enough people know which type of extinguisher should be used in an emergency. At the same time, they will also have been advised about the first steps on finding a fire, when to tackle a fire and when to head for an escape.

By displaying vivid posters that pose various scenarios, you have the chance to throw a spotlight on this type of danger so that people turn it over in their minds. Questions such as “door stop, or a fire stop?” and appeals such as “know your fire extinguisher,” “know your assembly point” and “plan your fire escape” all serve to broach the topic of fire and the possibility of an emergency.

You can bolster fire safety information by using the pocket guides. There are two versions, combining a colour-code guide (for fire extinguishers) with either “emergency resuscitation” or “fire-action guidelines.”

These handy reminders are among the range of guides and DVDs available across the health and safety spectrum. The fire safety manual is an excellent resource and contains master copies of all the forms that you need while explaining legislation, fire risk assessment, fire safety procedures and checklists.

Posters that repeat this information go a long way towards cementing the knowledge gained in training, and provide highly accessible checklists for staff. All of the important information is summarised by posters such as the "In The Event or Discovery of Fire" poster. It gives step-by-step instructions for reacting to fire, with clear pictograms included. It highlights the latest legislation information, and details, which coded fire extinguisher to use for which burning materials. There are other examples, all of which foster the best possible response to a fire emergency.

You can also check out our health and safety posters keep workers well informed of dangers that could occur while they are working.