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What Warehouse Signage Do You Need? |

What Warehouse Signage Do You Need?

Manufacturing, warehousing and distribution centres are normally classed as 'high risk' in safety management due to additional workplace hazards such as bending, lifting and operating machinery.

In an environment such as this, you may be wondering what type of safety signs you need in order to have every angle covered when it comes to health, safety, and drawing attention to all of the important areas.

This guide aims to provide a better understanding of what type of signage you need and where they go inside of the warehouse.

Remember, good management and clear communication of any and all risks to staff is critical to a well-run establishment. As well as adequate signposting and warnings, it is also vital to make sure you have a decent stockpile of first aid supplies.

safety signs in the warehouse

Scafftag®

Control pre-shift inspections and maintenance of forklift trucks and other items

Consisting of mainly – but not limited to – tags for scaffolding, Scafftags allow for the easy and highly-visible display of safety and inspection information on a variety of commonplace warehouse objects (such as forklifts, ladders, and power tools)

Ensures information is effectively controlled and shared amongst various individuals

Scafftag®

Fire Action Signs

Clearly highlight fire action procedures

Made from various materials, these signs quickly draw attention to easy-to-follow instructions as to what to do in case of fire – be it sounding an alarm, shutting down machinery, or assembling at a certain point

These signs comply with the latest Health & Safety regulations

Fire Action Signs

Machine Signs

Protect your staff from possible accidents or injuries

Dangerous machinery and equipment can be found in many warehouse situations. These signs make operators and bystanders aware of associated dangers, contributing to a much safer workplace

Enables company policies and warnings to be clearly displayed throughout your facility

Machine Signs

Forklift Warning Signs

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

Forklift-related accidents and collisions are just one of the many potential hazards that anyone in a warehouse environment might face on day-to-day basis. Protect pedestrians and other vehicle users by displaying these warnings in areas of operation

Make sure that correct procedures are followed and accidents are prevented

Forklift Warning Signs

Fire Exit Signs

Clearly identify escape routes and comply with current legislation

It is always important that any type of emergency exit is clearly indicated. These signs will ensure that your fire exits are always well pointed out, so that there is no cause for hesitation during an emergency evacuation

Position around your facility to signpost fire exits

Fire Exit Signs

First Aid Kits

Store first aid kit essentials in one simple station

Ideally what should be an ever-present workplace provision, first aid kits can also be stored in first aid stations in order to keep crucial supplies in one obvious location. Various sizes and contents are available, for all situations

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

First Aid Kits

Pedestrian Signs

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

By clearly highlighting the intended route for pedestrians, you will yourself be taking another step towards a much safer, accident-free workplace. Control and maintain foot traffic in an efficient manner, both indoors and outdoors

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

Pedestrian Signs

Floor Markers and Signs

Create non-slip, effective and durable custom floor markings

When used in conjunction with traditional safety signage, proper use of floor markers and signs can help contribute to fulfilling health and safety legislation by emphasising safe routes, hazardous areas, and otherwise helpful information

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

Floor Markers and Signs

Protective Clothing Signs

Instruct clearly on the use of safety clothing in specified area

Effective use of these will help to ensure that regulations involving Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) are more closely adhered to, by alerting workers as to which type of clothing or equipment is required to maintain safe standards of working

Position around your facility to guide on use of PPE

Protective Clothing Signs

Chemical Warning Signs

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

Avoid any unfortunate consequences whilst protecting your people. Make sure that the appropriate areas are well signposted

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 Signs

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