Fire Hazard & Smoking Labels
Clearly identify fire
hazards in the workplace.
Your facility’s fire safety labels should include standard colors—usually red and white—as well as standard symbols and text so people can quickly get the information they need to respond to a fire or evacuate. Fire safety labels can also aid first responders by pointing to the location of fire hoses, fire extinguishers, and other firefighting equipment.
“No smoking” labels are important as well. These labels let people know that there is a hazard or risk in the immediate area, or that smoking in general is not allowed. This keeps the air clean and safe to breathe, and prevents fire or ignition accidents.
Below, you’ll find an excellent selection of fire safety labels for fire extinguishers, sprinklers, hoses, designated smoking/no smoking areas, and exits.