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Fire Extinguisher Signs

The whereabouts of fire fighting equipment needs to be clearly identified, for easy locating in an emergency. Fire extinguishers and fire blankets need the correct signage to show what fires these can be use on. The 'Know Your Fire Extinguisher Colour Code Sign' is a must should you have multiple fire extinguishers, it is recommended that certain fire extinguishers are used only on the appropriate type of fire, for example water filled and AFFF foam filled extinguishers should not be used on flammable metal fires.

Our range of fire extinguisher labels & signs includes signs for dry powder extinguishers, CO2, foam and water fire extinguishers. Available as a self adhesive sign or a rigid polypropylene sign, these signs also comply with the relevant UK and EC Legislation.

If you're looking for something a little bit different to normal safety signs, our photoluminescent signs could be just what you're looking for! These glow in the dark signs are constructed using either a high intensity flexible vinyl or a rigid 1.3mm board construction, each sign will glow for upwards of 10 hours when fully charged and continuously charge providing a natural or artificial light source is present.

In addition to these extinguisher signs we also have a range of fire exit signs.


ISO 7010 - A Guide To New Sign Symbols

You may notice a number of changes to our Safety Signs this year. The HSSA has adopted the latest ISO EN 7010 symbols outlined in Amendments 1-6. These combine with some of the more familiar BS 5499 symbols to complete the HSSA assured range.

ISO EN 7010 has been devised to create consistent symbols, using new pictograms, which have been judgment tested across various EU countries to ensure the symbols are universally understood and recognised. The new symbols are based upon BS 5499, some have subtle differences and others are extremely different.

Your signs will be supplied to the latest specification, and therefore may look slightly different from the images.

Rigid polypropylene