Fire safety signs should comply with the Regulations which details the colour, maintenance regime and general advice associated with the provision and use of safety signs in general.
If you are responsible for any type of premises, you may already know that you need fire safety signs. Fire exit signs are probably the ones we are all most familiar with but there are lots of different types of safety signage required by the two main pieces of fire safety legislation governing fire safety signs.
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FIRE SAFETY SIGNS ARE A LEGAL REQUIREMENT
If you are responsible for the fire safety of premises, these are some of the signs you will or may require.
- Fire Action Notice – mandatory for all premises
- Fire Exit Signs – needed for all but the smallest & simplest of properties
- Fire Extinguisher ID Sign – If you fire risk assessments determines you have extinguishers, then signage is required
- Fire Alarm Call Point Signs – if you have a fire alarm, then call point signs are mandatory
- Fire Equipment Signs – if you have a hose reel or a dry riser, you will need to signpost them
- Warning & Prohibition Signs – if you have an extra risk of fire on your premises you will probably need these
- PROHIBITION SIGNS – These signs prohibit actions detrimental to safety
- WARNING SIGNS – These signs give warning of potential risks
- MANDATORY SIGNS – Signs that require actions or activities that will contribute towards safety
- SAFE CONDITION SIGNS – These signs indicate exit routes in the event of a fire or emergency
- FIRE EQUIPMENT SIGNS – These signs are used to indicate the location of fire equipment
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