APPROVED SAFETY SIGNS
Fire safety signs are visual aids that provide important information and guidance to help people stay safe in the event of a fire. These signs are typically displayed in public places such as buildings, schools, hospitals, and other locations where large numbers of people gather.
There are several different types of fire safety signs, each with its own unique purpose and design. Some of the most common types include:
Fire Exit Signs: These signs indicate the location of the nearest emergency exit in case of a fire. They are usually positioned above doors or on walls and are often green with white lettering and an arrow pointing towards the exit.
Fire Action Signs: These signs provide instructions on what to do in the event of a fire. They may include information on how to raise the alarm, where to go, and what to do once you have reached a place of safety.
Fire Equipment Signs: These signs indicate the location of fire extinguishers, fire blankets, and other firefighting equipment. They are often red with white lettering and an image of the equipment.
Fire Alarm Signs: These signs indicate the location of fire alarms and provide instructions on how to activate them. They are often red with white lettering and may include a symbol of a fire alarm.
Fire Assembly Point Signs: These signs indicate the location of the designated assembly point where people should gather once they have evacuated the building. They are usually positioned outside the building and are often green with white lettering.