site safety boards – 56389

£37.41

900x600mm – 4mm thick fluted polypropylene

  • Product Material: Fluted polypropylene
  • Product Size: 900x600mm

Description

These site safety boards are part of our site saver construction and site safety signs. The messages include heavy plant and machinery operate, vehicles need authority, unsupervised reversing and speed and parking restrictions must be observed.

Manufactured in 4mm thick fluted polypropylene, these site safety boards are perfect for temporary site signage and are strong, lightweight and waterproof. If you require different site safety messages, we can also make up boards to suit your specific requirements.

The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) – Regulations 1996, requires employers to ensure that safety signs are provided (or are in place). The safety signs should be maintained in circumstances where there is a significant risk to health and safety that has not been removed or controlled by other methods.
The Regulations implement European Council Directive 92/58/EEC on minimum requirements for the provision of safety signs at work. The Directive standardises safety signs throughout member states of the European Union (EU) so that wherever a particular safety sign is seen it provides the same message. The intention is that workers moving from site to site, such as service engineers, will not be faced with different signs at different workplaces.
There are viewing distance guides available on our safety sign buying guide page. These assist in determining the appropriate size of safety signs under various light conditions.
Bespoke safety signs
We pride ourselves on having a comprehensive range of health and safety signs. However, if required, we can assist you in the design of bespoke safety signs with specific images, including those of photo quality, customised graphics, fonts, colours or wording.
If you wish the customised health and safety signs to carry your own branding, please email us at signs@proshieldsafetysigns.co.uk or use the form on the ‘Contact Us’ page, with details of your requirements.