Fire Safety Signs
Fire and safety signs are an essential part of planning your fire and emergency response strategy. Legislation and regulation states the following:
- permanent fire safety signs are required to identify prohibitions, warnings and mandatory requirements, the location of emergency escape routes and first aid facilities
- any non-automatic fire fighting equipment provided is easily accessible, simple to use and indicated by signs
- signs must be cleaned, maintained, checked, repaired and if necessary replaced on a regular basis to ensure they remain effective
Knowing what signs you need and where to fit them can be confusing but Hades Fire Protection is able to offer a FREE SIGN SURVEY and quotation in the South East or free technical advice over the phone.
We are members of Constructionline, the UK Government Certification Service for the supply and fitting of signs and our experienced engineers have designed, supplied and fitted signs from small terraced houses and offices to large multi-occupancy tower blocks.
By providing an up-to-date register of pre-qualified suppliers for construction contracts, Constructionline is a common sense solution that 8,000 buyers from over 2,000 organisations are already making the most of. We pre-qualify all of our suppliers to government standards, and maintain relationships with a range of industry, ePurchasing and Government partners to ensure that we remain relevant to procurement professionals within the construction industry.
Constructionline is a Public-Private Partnership between Capita and the Department for Business Innovation & Skills.
We are also proud to be authorised distributors of Jalite photoluminescent safety signs which means that we can provide these top quality signs to you for an extremely affordable price.
As these signs glow in a power failure or if smoke obscures the lighting it means that are ideal in a life-saving situation and , meeting the latest legislation and regulations which require that permanent safety signs are available to identify prohibitions, warnings and mandatory requirements, the location of emergency escape routes and first aid facilities.