Our hazard signs are suitable for a wide range of potentially dangerous situations. The signs can be used to identify potential risks in a variety of different environments; some also offer instructions for cautionary behaviour so as to minimise the possibility of an accident.
Many of the hazard warning signs on this page refer to moving or otherwise dangerous pieces of machinery, which - if improperly used - can result in injuries from entanglement, entrapment, crushing, trapping, and/or punching. Our machinery signs can also help to prevent cuts from sharp blades and rotating parts, as well as injuries from conveyor belts, belt rollers, and belt drives.
Here are some of the other on-site risks that our warning signs can be used to identify:
- Fork lift trucks
- Vehicle risks when moving, unloading, or reversing
- Construction traffic
- Charging batteries
- Fragile roofs
- Dust hazards
- Industrial activities (e.g. arc welding or testing)
- Use of dangerous gases (e.g. compressed air)
- Explosion risks
- Extreme temperatures
- Hot surfaces or liquids
Our hazard signs may also serve as security warnings, and can cover the use of guard dogs, barbed/razor wire, and anti-climb paints.
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Our Machinery Signs - Further Details:
These hazard warning signs are designed to promote safe, cautious behaviour around dangerous machinery and other potential threats. All signs comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and are produced in accordance with ISO 1710 and the Safety Signs and Signals Regulations 1996.
Other standards covered by these signs include Provision and Use of Work Equipment 1998 (PUWER) and Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).
The signs themselves have a triangular design with a highly visible black and yellow colour scheme. They are available in a variety of sizes and two different materials: self-adhesive vinyl and rigid plastic.
Need more information about our range of machinery signs? Give Label Source a call on 0800 3761 693, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.