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Washroom & Cleaning Braille Signs

Need help? Need help? Where to use Braille signs? Some people are visually impaired and have to deal with the challenges this brings on a daily basis. Whether or not your organisation is required to have washroom and cleaning Braille signs, displaying them contributes towards a more equal and welcoming society.

Washroom and cleaning Braille signs make the working environment more accommodating for employees, customers and visitors with visual impairments, ensuring they can negotiate it with confidence, are able to locate facilities relevant to them and are aware of health and safety measures.

Our range of washroom and cleaning Braille signs provides information on locations, the immediate environment and what facilities are available for anyone with visual impairments.

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Braille Washroom Signs

Braille signs remove accessibility barriers for visually impaired-individuals. This is done by following a very particular procedure during production.

These signs are specially designed to be easier to spot by taking advantage of a strong contrast between the foreground and the background. A good example is a typical white symbol on a blue background, which makes them distinctive and easy to notice.

Furthermore, these information signs have a raised surface, which makes it possible for visually impaired and blind individuals to read the information they convey. They can discern this by touching them, feeling the raised letters, symbols and pictograms with their fingertips.

This makes the experience of visiting or working in your premises much more comfortable for those with visual impairments and sight loss, making them more accessible to people of all abilities and showing that your company supports equal opportunities.

Certain tactile and Braille safety signs provide comprehensive safety instructions or information, such as those for fire safety which are essential for any workplace. Visually-impaired individuals use these signs for the purposes of orientation and finding their way around premises.

You might also want to think about installing floor level Braille signs. These kinds of signs provide important information regarding what floor people are on so they can plan their movements more easily.

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By installing washroom and cleaning Braille signs, you're helping visually-impaired people become more independent, boosting their confidence when it comes to negotiating your premises and making their daily duties less of a hassle.

Another benefit of these signs is that they are completely language-independent. This means that no matter what language the visually-impaired individual may speak, the Braille message translates across them all.

In public and commercial premises it is essential that these signs are displayed. No matter what kind of restrooms you may have, we're confident we can provide you with the washroom and cleaning Braille signs that suit the specific requirements of your premises.

We have a variety of washroom and cleaning Braille signs available, ranging from tactile and Braille safety signs that point to toilets and those that indicate whether the facilities are for men, for women, unisex or for disabled use. There is also an alarm pull cord tactile and braille safety sign that informs visually-impaired people about the location of the alarm pull cord in the event of an emergency.

With these signs you can ensure your workplace is equipped to accommodate people with visual impairments and shows potential employees and prospective customers that your organisation welcomes people of all abilities.

When displaying washroom signs it’s important to consider how to secure them to the surfaces you wish to display them on. We supply a wide range of sign fixings to ensure that no matter where you decide to affix them, you will be able to do this, safe in the knowledge that those signs will remain attached indefinitely. This is of paramount importance when considering these signs need to be easily seen by those with limited sight abilities and touched often by those who read Braille.