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No Smoking Signs

Our extensive range of no smoking signs from Label Source. Ensure that you comply with legislation on smoking by displaying these smoking prohibition signs where necessary.

Smoke free legislation has created smoke free environments in enclosed and substantially enclosed buildings, on public transport (buses, trains, taxis and ferries) and in commercial transport such as heavy goods vehicles. These no smoking signs can reinforce this message in the workplace and public places.

The no smoking guidelines are included in law, namely; The Smoke-free (Premises and Enforcement) Regulations 2006, and The Smoke-free (Exemptions and Vehicle) Regulations 2007 in England; Prohibition of Smoking in Certain Premises (Scotland) Regulations 2006; The Smoke Free Premises (Wales) Regulations 2007; and Smoking (Northern Ireland) Order 2006.

All our no smoking signs comply with ISO EN 7010 and the Safety Signs and Signals Regulations 1996. Order your no smoking safety signs today! 

Why is no smoking signage essential

The protection of non-smokers is enshrined in law in companies, restaurants, hotels and public institutions. In order to avoid inconvenience for both smokers and non-smokers, clearly visible no-smoking signs are essential in the UK.

Our no-smoking signs and the supplementary smoking-permitted signs facilitate orientation in smoking and non-smoking areas and indicate smoking areas that can be used by smokers in particular allowing you to comply with smoke free legislation.

As a sturdy smoking sign, poster or a No smoking sticker can be placed on any type of surface as desired. For entrance doors, window panes, checkout and counter areas as well as for outdoor and indoor areas of all kinds, you will find the no smoking signage with us in various designs and sizes.

In addition, no smoking signs are often required for reasons of operational safety. Depending on the type of goods processed, appropriate signage is required by law in many companies as part of health and safety signs. These areas could contain flammable materials so showing a no smoking sign is essential.

The smoke free legislation is pretty clear-cut on where to place a No Smoking sign. Following the Smoke-free (Signs) Regulations legislation of 2012, at least one legible “No Smoking” sign must be displayed in public premises, workplaces and vehicles.

However, it is up to the business to ensure these signs are placed in the right places. Generally, businesses will need more than one No Smoking sign up and fit specific specifications. Typically, signs must follow these specifications:

  • At least the same size as an A5 piece of paper (21cm x 14.8cm)
  • Must have the internationally-recognised No Smoking symbol in the centre, complete with the red circle and bar.
  • The text “[no] smoking in this premises” must be somewhere on the sign. “Premises” can be replaced for the name of the premises in question (bar, café, factory, etc.)

In addition to the above, businesses are encouraged to have a smoking area clearly labelled with a “Smoking is permitted” sign, ensuring any on-site smoking occurs in this area

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