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Fire Exit & Emergency Escape Signs for Your Premises

One of the most common and most dangerous hazards that can occur in the work place is a fire. It is imperative to have a fire safety procedure in your workplace and clear fire exit signs and emergency signs so that all employees are informed of what to do in the event of a fire. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 introduced significant changes from the 1996 legislation; the law was simplified and clarified for businesses. A designated responsible person should design a fire escape plan for the building, using various fire exit signs, to direct all employees out of the building safely.

  • Fire exit
  • Fire escape
  • Refuge
  • Assembly point
  • Refuge point
  • Various other compliant signs

Fire escape signs can be used to indicate fire exits, assembly points, direction signs and fire door opening instructions. The designated person should study the building and work out an escape route, taking into account the needs of employees, including disabled and impaired colleagues. Your fire escape signs should clearly mark out the route from certain points in the building to the fire exits, then guide people to the fire assembly points.

Installing Fire Exit Signs

All our fire exit signs comply with BS5499 legislation, meaning they are the correct colour, dimensions and are fire retardant. In order to comply with the regulations you should also ensure fire exit signs are illuminated and are spaced so that a prompt escape sign can be seen from a distance of 17 metres. By installing fire escape signs in the relevant places around your workplace you can ensure that your employees will be able to exit the building safely in the event of an emergency and therefore all risks are reduced.

Take a look at our range of fire safety and emergency signs below. We stock all kinds of exit and assembly point notices that can be mounted on walls, doors and windows.