All posts by Chris Bentley

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Delivering your signs quickly and efficiently

Proshield Safety Signs – delivering signs quickly and efficiently At Proshield, we understand the importance of delivering your safety signs order in the quickest possible time with the least amount of hassle and for this reason, we have developed our production and delivering methods to work together seamlessly to supply your signs quickly and efficiently. Are signs available from stock? Our state-of-the-art production facility means that if you place an order for signs before .

Low Cost Construction Signs

Low cost construction signs provide a cost-effective solution to equipping your site with the signage you need All construction sites need to provide adequate signage to indicate risks and the appropriate action to take to reduce those risks, whether it is the use of Personal Protective Equipment, indicating site speed limits, fire routes and exits, no entry notices or pedestrian access ways, among many others and our low cost construction signs meet those needs. .
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Construction Site Safety Signs

What are construction safety statistics and how many working days are lost? According to HSE statistics1, 4% of construction workers suffered work-related illness and 3% sustained a work-related injury, amounting to 66,000 self-reported non-fatal workplace injuries. Of these, 23% were Slips, Trips and Falls; 22% were from Lifting and Handling; 20% were falls from height and 11% were struck by an object. These injuries resulted in some 2.2 million lost working days. Providing suitable .
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Road Safety and Traffic Signs

Reflective and Non-Reflective Traffic Signs It is vital that road signs are clear and informative and how well they are seen can dictate how drivers react. Brightness and clarity are essential as is the maintenance of existing signs so those that are no longer effective are made so or replaced. Using only the best materials and manufacturing processes, we sell signs that are in accordance with Chapter 8 (Traffic  Safety Measures and Signs for .
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The Safety Signs and Signals Regulations 1996

The Regulations Who do the Regulations apply to? The Law place duties on employers in respect of risks to their employees and in these particular Regulations, to ensure that safety signs are in place. Further duties are placed upon them with regard to contractors, and their employees. Although the Regulations do not apply directly to the self-employed or to other people not under the Employer’s direct control (ie visitors), employers and contractors will have .