Non-flammable compressed gas - 100 x 100mm
Self adhesive vinyl - 100 x 100mm
Non Flammable Compressed Gas
Self adhesive vinyl (SAV) sign
Size: 100 x 100mm
| List Price ex.VAT
|List price inc.VAT
|| 100 x 100mm
Safety Sign Guide
A selection of rigid plastic signs that are easily punched or drilled. Suitable for both internal and external applications. The self adhesive backed gloss PVC vinyl signs and labels are suited for application to smooth dry surfaces.
The signs on this website are just a small selection from the 10,000 safety signs that are available. For further details please ask your local stockist or request our Safety Sign Catalogue. Bespoke signs are available on request.
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Symbols and Colours
Health and safety signs can be broken down into the following categories, as specified by British Standards.
Colour: White & Blue
A blue circle containing a white image denoting that a specific course of action must be taken.
Colour: Black, Red & White
A red circular band crossed with a diagonal bar on a white background. A black symbol behind this band indicates the prohibited action.
Colour: Black, Yellow & White
A yellow triangle with a black border and symbol denoting a hazard in the environment.
Safe Condition Signs
Colour: White & Green
A green rectangle or square with a symbol/text in white providing information about safe conditions.
Fire Equipment Signs
Colour: White & Red
A red rectangle or square with a symbol/text in white providing information about the location and use of fire fighting equipment.
ISO 7010 - A Guide To New Sign Symbols
You may notice a number of changes to our Safety Signs this year. The HSSA (Health & Safety Sign Association) has adopted the latest ISO 7010 symbols outlined in Amendments 1-6. These combine with some of the more familiar BS 5499 symbols to complete the HSSA assured range.
ISO 7010 has been devised to create consistent symbols, using new pictograms, which have been judgment tested across various EU countries to ensure the symbols are universally understood and recognised. The new symbols are based upon BS 5499, some have subtle differences and others are extremely different.