Permit To Work Sign
Permit To Work Sign
British style Mandatory sign
Conforms to British Standards and ISO 7010Custom designs and text available on request
mandatory Sign - Permit to work - More Info
This Permit to work sign is used to display the need to obtain a wok permit before entering a site, in accordance with Construction safety regulations. This Construction safety sign conforms to the new 2013 legislation EN 7010 which replaces the old British Standard 5499. This mandatory sign conveys health and safety instructions for action in Construction safety situations.
This safety sign is available as a self-adhesive vinyl sticker or in poly propylene (a more environmentally friendly product than PVC). ‘ Permit to work ’ is displayed as white text with a blue circular background. This sign is available in the following dimensions: 200mm X150mm, 300mm X 200mm, 400mm X 300mm, 600mm X 400mm. Self-adhesive vinyl (stickers) are suitable for application onto smooth firm surfaces and is intended for use as an interior sign. Poly propylene is suitable for both exterior and interior safety signs and has a self-adhesive backing for smooth surfaces, but may need additional adhesive for rough exterior surfaces exposed to the weather. Foam PVC is intended for use as an outdoor sign, but is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Foam PVC signs are manufactured with pre-drilled mounting holes.
Permit to work is just one of the Construction safety signs available in our mandatory range. mandatory signs give instructions that must be followed and are indicated by a blue background with white text..
mandatory Sign - Permit to work - Legislation
Permit to work signs should be located at the entrance to a site. As it is a mandatory sign its instructions are orders (rather than advisories) and must be followed.
EN7010 are standards that dictate uniform shape, colour and graphical symbol, and in this case the text required on health and safety signs throughout all European countries. They have been tried and tested to ensure safety signs are easily recognised and understood irrespective of language barriers, reading difficulties and poor eye sight. EN7010 also maintains standards of health and safety signage for all industry workers.
BS5499 is the British standard that describes the colour shape and characteristics for each type of safety sign. This Permit to work sign complies with this standard, whilst remaining acceptable under EN7010 regulations.
Please be assured that all the symbols on safety signs that we manufacture comply with current legislation.