Fire Safety Signs
Easily locate fire extinguishers, hoses, sprinklers, and exits.
Make sure people can respond quickly to a fire by placing fire safety signs throughout your facility. These signs often include standard text, symbols, and colors (usually red and white) so they’re recognized immediately as fire safety signs
Equip facilities with fire extinguishers that are strong enough to tamp out fires quick.
Fires are one of the scariest and deadly accidents that occur in industrial settings. A high-quality fire extinguisher can be the difference between a close call and an operation-ending disaster.
Fire Extinguisher Signs
Clearly identify the tools needed in case of a fire.
Fire extinguisher signs include OSHA-compliant headings, signal words, and symbols to make these notifications easy to see and read. In the crucial first moments of an accident involving fire, these signs will help workers act quickly to avoid catastrophic damage and injuries.
Identify hazardous chemicals and assist emergency response workers.
Fire diamond signs and labels indicate how hazardous materials are. The National Fire Protection Association established the standard known as NFPA 704, designed for emergency responders, to quickly and easily assess risk posed by hazardous substances.
Flame Resistant Clothing
Equip your workers with the right PPE.
Flame resistant clothing meets the ARC 2 rating as defined by the NFPA 70E standard. Arc-flash and arc-blast accidents are some of the worst hazards within industrial environments. Having the right personal protective equipment that can protect against these dangers is essential to avoid catastrophic injury or death.
Fire Hose Signs
Easily locate the tools to fight a fire.
Fire hose signs indicate areas that need to be kept clear in case of a fire. Keeping the areas, around hoses and fire hose connections, clear of obstructions allow workers and first responders to locate hoses quickly.
Fire Equipment Signs
Visual communication when you need it most.
In emergencies, fire equipment signs help workers locate extinguishers, reel hoses, and other tools for putting out fires in industrial environments. Keep your facility prepared and ready in case of a fire emergency.
No Smoking Signs
Inform workers and visitors of where smoking is prohibited.
Laws and regulations regarding smoking continue to tighten with every year; it’s important that businesses not only update their own policies. No Smoking signs help to keep smoke out of areas it doesn't belong.
Maintain safe and OSHA-compliant fire safety standards.
When it comes to keeping businesses safe, flammable signs are crucial. In facilities that use chemicals and other materials that are fire hazards, flammable signs and labels inform workers, visitors, and first responders which areas contain what kind of hazards, and instruct them how to act accordingly.