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Standard Safety Signs
Printed on a range of high quality materials, all SSP's safety and road signs shown below are dispatched within 24 hours - with a large proportion going out on the same day.
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Established in 1999, SSP Print Factory is CW Technologies’ dedicated signs and print website. Specialising in printed material of all kinds, this section of the website offers our standard range of over a thousand of our biggest selling fire, safety and road signs. Available in a whole range of sizes, SSP’s signs are made from the finest quality materials, including self-adhesive vinyl, 1mm thick semi rigid plastic and 3mm thick aluminium.
The following is an overview of each range:
Including both free standing temporary road signs and fixed permanent roads signs, many of the products in this range are reflective. Of note our fixed road signs invariably come in both engineer grade Class RA1 reflectivity and High Intensity Prismatic R2. Whilst RA1 is ideal for back roads, petrol station forecourts, car parks, warehouses, manufacturing plants and industrial estates, the premium R2 product is recommended for use on public highways, motorways and other major roads.
As part of this range we also offer all of the ancillary items you may need and expect. We have a range of sign posts and associated fixings, caps and brackets. We also do free standing temporary road signs that you can put your own signs into.
When it comes to fixed road signs please note that no corners are squared off. If they are to go on to a post, our signs will feature radiused corners so they present less of a health and safety hazard to passers-by.
Health and Safety Signs
Primarily consisting of mandatory, warning and prohibition signs, this popular range of signs all meet the stringent requirements of EN7010. This European norm has been in place since 2012 and is there to give safety signs a uniformity against all EU member states. In other words, someone coming from, say, Italy or France will instantly recognise the symbol for hard hats as they will be familiar with the symbol in their own country.
Prior to this standard coming into being, BS5499 was the back bone of the safety sign industry. Borne out of the Health and Safety (Safety Signs and Signals) Regulations 1996, this range of symbols is slightly more extensive than the BS EN 7010 range. As such, if there is no EN 7010 image available to us in the range above we have used the image from this British Standard instead.
The range is primarily available in semi-rigid plastic and self adhesive vinyl, that can be used in and around offices, shops, business, hospitals and construction sites. Other materials like aluminium and polycarbonate are also available on request.
Fire Safety Signs
Covering everything from fire exits and assembly points through to fire extinguishers and break glass signs, this range of signs is designed to help businesses meet their obligations under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. Often subject to a fire risk assessment, these signs should be used to help personnel and visitors know what to do in the event of a fire, easily locate the shortest route to the fire exit, find fire fighting equipment and be able to raise the alarm. We also have signs that identify fire wardens, fire assembly (muster) points and to inform staff of when the fire alarm is due to be tested. Unlike the safety signs above, many of our fire safety signs are available in class B photoluminescent plastic and adhesive backed vinyl. These signs soak up natural and artificial light during the working day and then, should the lights fail in the event of a fire, will glow for anything up to an hour to assist people find equipment, fire alarm call points and most importantly fire exit routes.
First Aid Signs
According to the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 (as amended in 2002), employers have a legal obligation to assess and introduce suitable first aid provisions. As part of this, employers must ensure all first aid equipment can be found without delay and all personnel are aware of the building’s first aiders. As you would expect all our first aid and safe condition signs are compliant with the BS EN 7010.
SSP Print Factory also do a range of polished aluminium and brass signs. Designed for use in areas where aesthetics really matter, these signs all have an adhesive backing for easy fixing. Similarly our extensive range of Braille and Tactile signs are also “sticky-backed” for easy install. These braille and tactile signs also conform with the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 (part 3) and the Equality Act 2010.
According to ADR (Derived from the French 'Accord européen relatif au transport international des marchandises Dangereuses par Route'), EAC (European Association for Counselling) and CoSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) Regulations, vehicles carrying dangerous goods must bear special plates which detail the vehicle's content and what precautions/steps to take in the event of an accident or incident. To help business transporting dangerous goods meet their obligation we have developed a range of standard and custom made hazchem placards. You can either choose from our standard offering, like kerosene, petrol or diesel, or make your own. Consistent with the requirements of the ADR (The Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009), we also print any special instructions and company names on these placards.
Regulation and Safety Posters
To ensure that staff and managers are aware of what Regulations their area of the business should comply with, SSP Print Factory have produced its own rage of safety posters detailing the headline points from key pieces of health and safety legislation. These regulation posters cover everything from manual handling and Noise at work through to the Electricity at Work Regulations and the latest Health and Safety Law poster.
We also do a range of RoSPA inspired safety posters designed to convey critical one liners about safety procedures in the workplace.