Communication is a vital part of implementation and maintenance of a system. Employee’s often get use to signage’s that is displayed and don’t give attention to it anymore. It becomes a way of work, if they are not aware of it or constantly reminded about it.

Question: Why do the organization need to spend money on signs around the workplace? Answer: Because the small amount of money you spend on a few signs could save you lots of money in accident claims and possible fines in the future!

The Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996 requires employers to use a safety sign where there is a significant risk to health and safety that has not been avoided or controlled by the methods required under the relevant law, provided the use of a sign can help reduce the risk. Safety signs are not a suitable substitute for those other methods of controlling risks such as engineering controls and safe systems of work.

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We offer the following solutions in regards to signages:

  1. Legally required products
    • Assembly points
    • Awareness posters
    • Bespoke signs
    • Braille signs
    • Car park signs
    • Catering signs
    • Cautionary signs
    • Clearance signs
    • Construction signs
    • Durable floor signs
    • Electrical safety signs
    • Emergency exit signs
    • Environmental signs
    • Fire equipment signs
    • Fire extinguisher signs
    • First Aid kits
    • General office signs
    • Hazchem signs
    • HSE Books
    • ICE Warning signs
    • Laboratory signs
    • Mandatory signs
    • Marine IMO signs
    • Prestige signs
    • Prohibition signs
    • Protective clothing
    • Projecting signs
    • Recycle signs
    • Road Traffic signs
    • Road works signs
    • Road works barriers
    • Road cone signs
    • Safety equipment
    • Safety tape
    • Sign frames
    • Sing posts
    • Signs for schools
    • Smoking legislation signs
    • Stanchion signs
    • Toilet signs
    • Vehicle signs
  2. Health, Safety and Environmental Products
    • First aid kits
    • Fire extinguishers
    • Protective clothing
    • Safety signs starter packs
    • Sign posts
  3. Health, Safety and Environmental Posters
    • Safe procedures for emergency management
    • “YOU MUST” signs
    • Fire Fighting management and control
    • Warnings “BE CAREFUL”
    • Prohibition “DO NOT”
    • Supplementary Information

What are the best ways to ensure that safety signs and labels are understood by both facility managers and machine operators?

Whether you have a one-on-one relationship with a worker or a machine, you need to maintain convincing communications to inspire safety. Facility managers, charged with maintaining buildings, directing staff and overseeing equipment, are in a good position to use visual communications to motivate machine operators and others to work safely and productively.

When something goes wrong at a plant, usually a facility manager is held responsible, whether it’s a chemical spill or a shift that’s not keeping up. Having help in the form of visual reminders is a huge time-saver. Choosing what’s written, where it’s placed and who reads it is critical, especially in a global workforce where more than one language is spoken.

One solution? Conduct a communications site assessment. Where will generic messages work? Where are site-specific messages more appropriate? Are the signage’s you have complying with standards and legal requirements?

PRIME LINK assists organizations with the correct and legally required signage in and around the workplace. We ensure that employee’s also understand what it means during the implementation period.

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