Ensure that the materials firefighters need can be quickly and easily found.
The Fire Department Connection (FDC), also known as the siamese connection, is important for firefighters to be able to find and identify in case of an emergency.
Fire Alarm Signs
Aid workers and first responders in navigating to the FACP quickly.
When the fire alarm sounds, workers and first responders need to be able to navigate to the FACP quickly. Fire alarm signs are designed for both wayfinding and conveying important information.
Fire Department Signs
Point firefighters in the right direction and lead them to essential equipment.
One of the reasons why labeling is so important is that it aids first responders and helps them complete their jobs quickly and effectively in the event of an emergency. Fire Department Signs also provide essential communication to your facility’s workers so they understand to stay clear of these important areas reserved for fire department use.
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.
Fire Equipment Signs
Keep your facility prepared and ready in case of a fire emergency.
In emergencies, fire equipment signs help workers locate extinguishers, reel hoses, and other tools for putting out fires in industrial environments. Designed to grab attention, these safety signs can be the difference between a close a call and a tragedy.
Fire Exit Signs
Inform people to keep doors secured unless an actual emergency arises.
Fire exit signs inform workers and visitors to keep these doors closed in normal circumstances and direct people in emergencies.
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.
Fire Hose Signs
Aid workers and first responders in easily locating 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.
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.
Help workers and first responders navigate emergencies safely and efficiently.
In emergencies, handling things swiftly can be the difference between a close call and a catastrophic incident. Visual communication is all about conveying the right information easily; NFPA signs do just that.
In the event of an emergency, help people quickly leave unsafe areas.
Every business hopes they don’t have to face a catastrophic event like a hurricane or tornado, but it’s better to face a disaster prepared and with a plan than be blindsided by one. Evacuation signs will help your workers find their way to shelter or an assembly area safely and quickly.