High Visibility Jackets Must Be Worn Beyond This Point Sign
High Visibility Jackets Must Be Worn Beyond This Point Sign is suitable for informing people that a high visibility jacket must be worn. High Visibility Jackets Must Be Worn Beyond This Point Sign from the EU Signs Online Shop is designed to meet UK Safety regulations. It is available in a choice of sizes and materials, including sturdy 3mm Foamex, 5mm Foamex, 2mm PVC, 3mm Aluminium Composite, and a Self-Adhesive Vinyl. All our signs are manufactured in Borehamwood, UK. Currently in-stock and ready for dispatch. Buy High Visibility Jackets Must Be Worn Beyond from the UK with the Best Price.
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The High Visibility Jackets Must Be Worn Beyond This Point Sign is in the category of machinery hazard signs.
This High Visibility Jackets Must Be Worn Beyond This Point Sign is available in four different sizes. This sign can be self-adhesive vinyl, aluminum, or on foamex board, choices of 3mm, 5mm thickness. EU Signs Ltd is a sign making company located in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, UK. We serve in United Kingdom in the areas including Borehamwood, Barnet, Potters Bar, Edgware, Enfield, Watford, Luton, Wembley, Ilford, Middlesex, Harrow, Hendon, Acton, Heathrow, Herts, London, UK. Areas 3 miles around WD6 are subject to free delivery.
Employers must provide safety signs if there is a significant risk that can’t avoid or controlled in any other way, such as through safe systems of work or engineering controls.
There is no need to provide safety signs if they don’t help reduce the risk or if the risk isn’t significant.
Employers must, where necessary:
- use road traffic signs in workplaces to regulate road traffic
- maintain the safety signs they provide
- explain unfamiliar signs to their employees and tell them what they need to do when they see safety signs