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What Warehouse Signage Do You Need?

Manufacturing, warehousing and distribution centres are normally classed as 'high risk' in safety management due to the additional risks of bending, lifting and operating machinery. Good management and clear communication of the safety risks to staff is critical to health and safety management.

safety signs in the warehouse


Control pre-shift inspections and maintenance of forklift trucks

Ensures information is effectively controlled and shared amongst various individuals


Fire Action Signs

Clearly highlight fire action procedures

Ensures compliance under the latest Health & Safety regulations

Fire Action Sign

Machinery Signs

Protect your staff from possible accidents or injuries

Ensures company policies are clearly displayed throughout your facility

Machinery Sign

Forklift Warning Signs

Warn visitors and staff that fork lift trucks are operating in the vicinity

Ensure correct procedures are followed and accidents are prevented

Forklift Warning Sign

Fire Exit Signs

Clearly identify escape routes and comply with current legislation

Position around your facility to indicate fire exit

Fire Exit Sign

First Aid Kits

Store first aid kit essentials in one simple station

It’s vital for workplaces to have an appropriate selection of first aid supplies available

First Aid Kit

Pedestrian Signs

Let visitors and employees know that they need to follow the pedestrian route

Floor safety signs ensure your safety message is highly visible throughout your workplace

Pedestrian Sign

Floor Marking and Signs

Create non-slip, effective and durable custom floor markings

Ideal for marking aisles, passageways and storage locations and highlighting important safety equipment

Floor Marking

Protective Clothing Signs

Instruct clearly on use of safety clothing in specified area

Position around your facility to guide on use of personal protective equipment

Protective Clothing Sign

Chemical Warning Signs

Warn visitors and employees to be aware that harmful chemicals are in use

The Health & Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 state that hazard signs must be displayed to warn people to be careful or to take precautions where hazards exist

Chemical Warning Sign

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