Fire Signs

Fire Safety Signs

Fire Signs

Fire Signs

It is a legal requirement of a business owner or employer to ensure that sufficient signage is provided where there is a significant risk to health and safety. Safety signs regulations standardise safety signs throughout the EU so that wherever a particular safety sign is given, it portrays the same message. This is to ensure that workers moving from site to site will not be faced with different signs. A large proportion of the safety signs regulations relate to fire signs and in particular to Means of Escape, Fire Action Notices and Fire ID signage which all endorse the relevant parts of British Standard BS 5499. Other requirements for a building’s signage may also be laid out in its Fire Certificate or Fire Risk Assessment.

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Introducing The Howler Call Post

The Howler Call Post

The Howler Call Post

We’ve just added an innovative new product to our stand alone fire alarm category. The Call Post from Howler is a tough, powder-coated backboard designed to make mounting any Howler Site Alarm easy and effortless.

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Manufacturer Spotlight: Jalite Photoluminescent Fire Signs

Jalite Photoluminescent Fire Signs Glow In The Dark

Jalite are manufacturers of photoluminescent fire safety signs. Their range of fire signs are formatted to conform to BS5499 and ISO 7010 to ensure that these signs can be universally seen and understood.

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Types of Fire Safety Signs

Fire Extinguisher Sign

Fire Extinguisher Sign

There are many types of fire safety signs that you can use to great effect in your premises – whether you are the owner of an office block, hotel or shop. Safety signs are a familiar sight and they let your staff and the public know where something is or what to do.

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Photoluminescent Signs From Jalite Now Available

Photoluminescent Emergency Exit Signs

Photoluminescent Emergency Exit Signs

Discount Fire Supplies have recently introduced a new range of photoluminescent signs. In emergency conditions these signs are highly visible and light the way to safety.

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