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Professional safety signs are necessary for use in a variety of circumstances including warnings of fire, heavy traffic, chemical spills or security issues. The companies in our database can deliver the required number of signs to your location and the signs can be illuminated making them highly visible at night. The graphic services are extremely fast allowing a quick turnaround time on your safety sign installation.
The safety signs companies in our network can provide signs of virtually any size, signs with self-adhesive vinyl letters and banners that can extend across a large area. The uses for the signs are almost unlimited and all should be placed in plain sight of the workers, customers or other individuals. The companies can provide warning signs for things like hazardous substances such as asbestos, warning signs for deaf or blind children who live in a neighbourhood, illuminated signs to caution drivers that road workers are nearby, fire exit signs for large office buildings, movable signs to warn of dangerous chemical spills, safety signs for the operation of heavy machinery and many more.
Prices will be affected by a wide range of factors such as the number of signs that are needed, the size of the signs, the style and size of letter, whether or not the signs need to be illuminated and the physical design of the sign among others. Signs can be displayed in multiple languages, but this will also impact the cost. Whether or not the signs will be simply delivered to your location or delivered and installed by safety sign technicians will also have an impact on the final cost.
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Electronic signs tend to work better outdoors because they are easier to see, especially at night. They are also heavier and will not blow away in high winds.
Anywhere there is a hazard that others need to be warned about. Some examples include potholes, broken pavement or sidewalks, wet floors or near stairways.
Not at all. Visual safety signs would be of little use to someone who is legally blind or colour blind. Safety signs can be acoustic signals or Braille text as well. Signs should be customised to help anyone who might be in the area.
Any safety signs that do not use text to convey their meaning should be listed on a key and posted somewhere that all site visitors can easily see it. This will prevent misunderstands and possible injuries.
At a minimum, you should have signs showing where the exits to your buildings are and the location of fire extinguishers. You may need other signs as well, depending upon the nature of your business.
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