According to the Regulatory Reform Order of 2005, employers are responsible for fire safety. Employers must undertake a fire risk assessment on their premises to identify potential hazards and implement suitable mitigation measures. Failure to do so could have serious legal ramifications. We have a large range of products available including Fire alarm signs, Fire extinguisher signs, Fire door signs, Fire personnel signs, Emergency escape signs, Fire Equipment signs, Multilingual signs, and Signs for care homes, hotels, flats, and lifts that are all available for delivery the next day before 9 a.m. or 10 a.m., including Saturday. Flats with multiple occupancy should have a simultaneous fire-fighting strategy in place. All of these fire safety signs are available with the UK's fastest delivery at our checkout.
Whether you are replacing a sign, or signing a new area, we recommend a walk-though audit of the space, keeping notes of your observations and decisions. Use our Sign Size Guide
and Safety Sign Materials Guide
to identify the best sign(s) for your needs. To help you choose, download our Free Workplace Safety Checklist
. If in doubt, get in touch as we have been Health & Safety consultants for many years and we are up-to-date with all current legislation.
Where required, all of our Fire Safety Signs are designed to conform to UK government regulations or conform to best practice.