Safety Signs

Safety Signs

These safety signs:

  • Can assist you promote safety at your workplace.
  • Can advise personnel on hazards and risks.
  • Will be accessible to you when you become a member of Redcat Safety.


About These Safety Signs

These safety signs can assist you in the communication of important information, reinforce safety messages and provide directions for emergencies. By posting safety signs in prominent places, employers can remind employees of the potential hazards present in the workplace and the need to take precautions.

Signage can also help create a culture of safety in the workplace. The display of safety signage also warns personnel of hazards and promotes safe work practices, such as identifying what type of PPE should be worn.

What is the Purpose of Safety Signs?

The purpose of workplace signage is to communicate important safety information to employees, visitors and anyone present in a particular work environment.

These signs are designed to convey clear and concise messages regarding potential hazards, safety procedures and precautions to be followed in order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace.

The key purposes of workplace signage include:

Safety Signs

Hazard Identification

Signs help identify various types of hazards present in the workplace, such as hazardous materials, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, physical hazards, or biological hazards. By displaying appropriate signs, employees can be made aware of potential dangers and take necessary precautions to prevent accidents or injuries.

Prevention of Accidents

Signs provide visual cues and reminders to employees about specific safety measures to be followed, such as wearing protective equipment, practising safe lifting techniques, or maintaining cleanliness and orderliness in the workplace. These signs serve as constant reminders, reducing the likelihood of accidents and promoting a safer work environment.

Emergency Preparedness

Workplace signs also play a crucial role in emergency situations. Signs indicating emergency exits, evacuation routes, fire extinguisher locations, or assembly points help employees and visitors quickly locate the necessary resources and take appropriate actions during emergencies like fires, natural disasters, or other critical incidents.

Standardization and Compliance

Safety signs adhere to established standards and regulations set by relevant authorities, such as government agencies or occupational health and safety organizations (e.g. OSHA and ANSI). By following standardized sign designs, colors, and symbols, workplaces ensure consistency and a universal understanding of safety messages across different locations and industries.

Language and Communication

Safety signs use universally recognized symbols, pictograms, and colors, making them easily understandable irrespective of language barriers. This enables effective communication of safety information to workers and visitors who may not be proficient in the local language.

Legal Compliance

Regulators often mandate that workplaces be required to display health and safety signs at locations where it has put the safety of a worker at risk.

Why Become a Member of Redcat Safety and Download These Signs?

The folder contains about 140 signs in PDF format that can assist you with your workplace safety signage requirements.

By prominently displaying signs throughout the workplace, organizations can demonstrate their commitment to employee well-being, reduce the risk of accidents, and foster a culture of safety awareness.

Availability and Use of These Signs

  • These signs are accessible to you right now by clicking the ‘Become a Member Now’ button.
  • The signs will be delivered to you in PDF format for immediate and full use in your business.
  • There are no membership auto-renewals, contracts or ongoing costs.

Safety Sign Guarantee

If you can find HSEQ resources that are of better value than what your Redcat Safety Membership offers, we will REFUND YOU double the cost of your membership.


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