Safety Signs Boston
As government legislation gets increasingly complex, so does the health and safety signage required by law for many businesses. Whether it is a simple ‘No Smoking’ sign or a more complex ‘Site Safety’ sign, Express Signs manufactures them all.
Health and safety is an issue that should never be ignored and, while it may seem that you can hardly go anywhere without seeing a sign, they do play a vital role in communicating safety information. They can minimise the risk of an accident occurring in your workplace and are a universally understood way to get your message across.
With over 15,000 signs available, we know that it may be daunting trying to find safety signs that will convey the information you want, in the right size and material for your needs. All our safety signs are available in a vast range of sizes, materials and messages. Why not add your company logo, contact details or a bespoke message to any sign.
To make your office, school, warehouse or construction site a safer place to work in we have a range of Construction Signs to warn of onsite vehicles such as forklifts, as well as advising that CCTV is in use. Our Mandatory Signs are another way of keeping employees and visitor’s safety ensuring that they wear relevant PPE safety clothing such as gloves, hard hats and goggles.
Fire Exit Signs make it easy to show where to go in an emergency evacuation; while our Fire Safety Signs can help make it easier to deal with a fire – from showing where the nearest assembly points are to highlighting the location of fire-fighting equipment.
Prohibition Signs can be helpful in preventing entry to unauthorised areas with messages such as ‘Keep Out’, ‘Authorised Persons Only’ or ‘Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted’.
Bright Hazard Signs are intended to warn of dangers and make people aware of potentially unsafe materials and situations, such as electrical, gas or radioactive threats, as well as the risk of slips, trips and falls.
We also manufacture Information Signs ranging from washroom hygiene to dog walking and smoking.