No Entry Signs
No entry signs are used to restrict admittance. These can limit access to areas housing dangerous machinery or lifts, or identify hazard areas for X-ray, biological, demolition or asbestos risks. Some access may be restricted to those using the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), protective clothing or permits to work or clean room requirements.
Access, entry and exit signs can be denied to selective groupings, such as pedestrians, wheelchair users, fork lift trucks or dogs (except guide dogs).
All these admittance prohibition safety sign products are produced to ISO EN 7010 and Safety Signs and Signals Regulations 1996.