Fire Risk Prohibition Safety Signs
Fire risk prohibition safety signs are an integral part of a fire risk assessment, in identifying the ignition sources for fire.
These signs include the risk from smoking (cigarettes, cigars), naked flames (matches, lighters), hot works, fixed or portable heaters, friction, sparks, pilot lights, cooking and lighting equipment, coupled with highly flammable materials, petroleum spirit or LPG, and oxygen which could lead to a fire outbreak.
These fire risk signs should be displayed to act as a deterent to the potential spread of fire from such sources. All these health and safety signs comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, ISO EN7010 and the Safety Signs and Signals Regulations 1996.