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A warning sign is a great way to communicate that there is a hazard present that could become a danger. However, this hazard may change or need to be moved and that is why a magnetic warning sign is so beneficial.  Our magnetic warning signs are made from high-quality magnetic materials that allow them to be easily applied to a metal surface.

The magnetic warning sign can be applied directly to a metal canister or surface without the risk of it damaging the product - which is ideal, the last thing you want is to make a hazardous container even more of a hazard! You can remove the magnetic warning sign as quickly as you apply it which allows for them to be reused time after time. 

To view our range of durable magnetic warning signs, click here. Or to take a closer look at some of the ones we supply, read on: 


magnetic warning sign

(Flammable hazard warning diamond label)

This magnetic flammable sign is a great, simple way to warn people they are in the presence of a fire risk. 


magnetic gas sign

(Compressed gas hazard warning diamond label)

Compressed gas can be a hazard if it is not handled correctly. Be sure it is clearly labelled with this magnetic sign.

 Having magnetic warning signs gives you the flexibility to put your signs in a number of places. Without the need for nails or any other adhesives applying a magnetic warning sign is quick for anyone needing a sign to go up quickly and efficiently. 

If you have questions about our magnetic warning signs or any of the other products we supply, do not hesitate to get in touch. Our helpful team is always happy to help you find exactly what you're looking for, give us a call on, 0800 3761 693

220V is a particular level of electrical potential from a power source, or in simpler terms, the strength of the push given to make electrons flow through an electrical cable. 220V is the standard household voltage in dozens of countries, including China, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Egypt, the U.A.E, and South Korea.  This is then used to power typical household appliances, such as TVs, fridges, and microwaves.

In many countries there is a legal requirement to mark the voltage with a 220V warning label, including the following that we sell:

220V Electrical warning label
220V Electrical warning label
220 volt electrical warning label. Part of our electrical equipment label range. Size 20mm x 20mm. Self adhesive vinyl. Supplied in packs of 100 labels.
Price From: £9.42 (inc VAT)
(£7.85 ex VAT)

220V AC Electrical warning label
220V AC Electrical warning label
220 volt AC electrical warning label. Part of our electrical equipment label range. Size 19mm x 38mm. Self adhesive vinyl. Supplied in packs of 100.
Price From: £9.84 (inc VAT)
(£8.20 ex VAT)

However, despite the warnings, it is unlikely that 220V would kill an otherwise healthy person; the individual would only experience a painful shock. It would however pose more serious danger to individuals with underlying heart conditions and other health issues.

Why use 220V over other voltages?

Many countries use lower voltages such as 110V or 120V. Although lower voltages are safer than higher voltages, higher voltages allow for thinner electrical cables whilst achieving the same level of electrical current. 

Full list of countries that use 220V

  • Afghanistan 
  • Angola 
  • Argentina 
  • Azerbaijan 
  • Bangladesh 
  • Benin 
  • Brazil* 
  • Burkina Faso 
  • Burundi 
  • Cameroon 
  • Central Africa 
  • Chad 
  • Chile 
  • China 
  • Comoros 
  • Congo 
  • Ivory Coast 
  • Djibouti 
  • East Timor
  • Egypt
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Ethiopia
  • French Guiana
  • Gabon
  • Guinea
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • Hong Kong
  • Kazakhstan
  • South Korea
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Lesotho
  • Macau
  • Madagascar*
  • Mali
  • Martinique
  • Mauritania
  • Morocco
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • New Caledonia
  • Niger
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Philippines
  • Saudi Arabia*
  • Somalia
  • Syria
  • Tahiti
  • Tajikistan
  • Thailand
  • Togo
  • Turkmenistan
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Uruguay
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vietnam
  • Zimbabwe


*these countries use more than one voltage

BBC Headquarters

If you've been near the internet this weekend, you may have witnessed Gemma Collins solidify her status as the queen of memes by falling through a trapped door hole. Even though Gemma stated she was fine right after, dubbing herself an Essex 'Bridget Jones', it is rumored she may be looking to sue the BBC. 

Here's that fall one more time for those of you who may have missed it.

Speaking on ITV's this morning, Gemma stated that she was not allowed to speculate on whether the hole was clearly marked or if she had been contacted by the BBC about the incident. Gemma has taken the fall in good spirits but speculated that there's a chance it may have been fatal. She is currently suffering from bruising and shock, but believes things could've taken a darker turn. 

The Radio 1 press office has issued a statement which claims it takes health and safety very seriously and are awaiting a full report from the production company, Remedy, who made the show. They said that Gemma did receive a full briefing prior to going on stage. 

We're sure this won't be the last we hear of this! However, Gemma has said that all will be forgiven if she's allocated a spot on next years Strictly Come Dancing.

We think the BBC could've avoided this health and safety hazard by using a few of these signs to warn poor Gemma while she was up on stage...


Trip Hazard Health and Safety Signs


- Risk of Tripping Symbol Safety Sign

- A-board Caution Trip Hazard

- Caution Mind the Step Symbol and Text Safety Sign

Wherever there is a hazard, there should also be a clearly marked safety label! 

For all your safety label requirements, browse our wide selection of safety labels from Label Source. For any enquiries, feel free to get in touch with us! 

When you send a package the last thing you want to worry about is the risk of it not reaching its destination in the exact condition in which you sent it. Whether you are sending a package to a customer, friend or family member, it's important that it isn't damaged in transit - this can be costly and inconvenient for yourself and the recipient. That's why our packaging signs make all the difference when sending your products!

packaging signs


Types of Packaging Signs 

All of our packaging signs comply with the internationally-recognised symbols outlined in ISO 780, so wherever you are sending your mail, it should be taken care of every step of the way.  You want to know that your package will not only reach the destination but that it will also be handled with the appropriate care it requires. 

We supply a range of packaging signs that ensure that whatever your package is, the way it must be handled can be clearly identified. To view our full range of packaging signs, click here.

Whether your package is heavy, fragile, heat sensitive or anything else, we have something that can make this clear without ever having to open the package. Below are some of the packaging signs we offer:


Packaging Tapes

Our packaging tapes make easy work of displaying how your packaging is to be handled. This packaging sign uses red text on a white background to give instructions to the handler but is also a fully functioning tape that allows you to secure your package, as well as demonstrate how it needs to be delivered. To see our full range of packaging tapes, click here


Self Adhesive Packaging Signs

Supplied in rolls of 500, these self-adhesive vinyl stickers are ideal for anyone who sends out large quantities of packages. These clear text-based signs communicate how the package must be treated. To find a sign that best suits your package, click here.


Packaging Labels (Heavy Duty)


We supply a range of heavy duty packaging signs for harsher environments. These signs are waterproof, abrasion and chemical resistant and therefore are built to last. Browse through this range to find a packaging sign you can rely on. 


If you can't seem to find the packaging sign you need from our diverse range, we also offer custom packaging labels that will fit your needs. Feel free to get in touch with a member of our team to discuss your options. Our helpful team is always happy to help no matter what your query is, so give us a call on 0800 3761 693.


Food Hygiene Signs

For anyone who had ever suffered from food poisoning, you know exactly how important food hygiene (and food hygiene signs) are. When unhygienic mistakes are made in the kitchen, people can become dangerously sick. Therefore, it is paramount to always take the proper precautions to ensure hygiene is being taken seriously. It can also land companies in hot water, as breaking food hygiene laws can be met with a serious fine

Of course, you hope whoever is preparing food is fully aware of the food hygiene regulations (which you can read more about here) but having food hygiene signs can be a great reminder. These food hygiene signs are used to remind people to wash their hands, wear appropriate clothing and how the kitchen is organised to promote food safety. Not only are they great for the team, they're especially good for new staff who may not yet be accustomed to food hygiene rules.

We have a wide range of food hygiene sings here at Label Source - view our whole collection of kitchen safety signs here. Here's a look at just a few in the collection:



No one wants hair in their food! Make sure you remind staff to wear a hair net with this useful food hygiene sign.


Cross-contamination between raw and cooked food can make people seriously ill. Make your dedicated areas clear with this 'raw food preparation' food hygiene sign


You must have a sink in a professional kitchen that is only for washing hands. Make sure it's clear which one this is with this 'Wash Hands Only' food hygiene sign.


If you have any questions about our food hygiene signs or any other the other signs we supply then feel free to get in touch. Our friendly team is always here to help so contact us today