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HS Health, Safety & Planning


Pedestrians STOP! The footpath ahead is closed


please use the crossing point behind you...


Do you need a work permit? Please get the correct permit


Are you wearing the correct PPE?


HS66 | 900x300mm insert  £25


Message of your own choice HS40 | 1838mm high HS36 | 1200x2000mm £245


Pedestrians STOP! The footpath ahead is closed


please use the crossing point behind you...


 display panel with message of your own choice £155


Are you wearing the correct PPE?


Are you wearing the correct PPE for your job?


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Sun Damage


S U N


HS37 | 1220x1220mm £145


C A R E


Cover up - keep skin exposure to a minimum


Apply sunscreen regularly


Re-apply sunscreen throughout the day


Ensure you stay hydrated - drink plenty of water


Dispenser not included. Blank space for dispenser of your choice


C A R E


For information on this subject: www.cancerresearchuk.org or www.nhs.uk


HS31 | 600x800mm includes, mirror & sun cream dispenser £155 


INSTRUCTIONS TO CARD HOLDERS


1. As infection may enter through breaks in the skin ensure that any cut, scratch or abrasion is thoroughly cleansed and covered with a waterproof plaster.


Information for workers who may be at risk


LEPTOSPIROSIS (WEIL’S DISEASE)


Instructions to persons involved in works with the potential for contact with water or locations frequented by rats.


HS39 | 900x1200mm includes, A4 snap-frames £195


THIS CARD IS FOR YOUR PROTECTION


Whenever you go to your doctor or to a hospital show this card and make sure that those attending you know of your work activity.


2. Avoid rubbing your eyes, nose and mouth during work.


3. Clean protective clothing, footwear and equipment etc... after use.


4. After work and particularly before taking food or drink, wash hands thoroughly.


5. Report all accidents and/or injuries however slight. 6. Keep this card with you at all times.


MEDICAL INFORMATION


The holder of this card is engaged in works which may bring them into contact with water or materials which may be contaminated with Leptospira. None of the symptoms of early Leptospirosis or Weils disease are pathognomonic and diagnosis is based on laboratory investigations. Should you suspect the holder may have been infected, please arrange for the appropriate tests. The infection may resemble Influenza in the early stages.


Please ensure this card is kept on your person at all times whilst working in the identified Hazardous environment.


Information for workers who may be at risk


LEPTOSPIROSIS (WEIL’S DISEASE)


Instructions to persons involved in works with the potential for contact with water or locations frequented by rats.


THIS CARD IS FOR YOUR PROTECTION


Whenever you go to your doctor or to a hospital show this card and make sure that those attending you know of your work activity.


Cover up - keep skin exposure to a minimum


Apply sunscreen regularly


Re-apply sunscreen throughout the day Ensure you stay hydrated - drink plenty of water


For information on this subject: www.cancerresearchuk.org


HS58 | 400x800mm £55 or www.nhs.uk


HS70 | 1500x1200mm includes 8no. A4 snap-frames £275


Seek shade where possible


Understand THE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO PROTECT YOURSELF


Never underestimate the risks from sun exposure


know the risks - even on cloudy days you are at risk FROM sun damage


Sun Damage


S U N


Seek shade where possible


Understand THE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO PROTECT YOURSELF


Never underestimate the risks from sun exposure


know the risks - even on cloudy days you are at risk FROM sun damage


INSTRUCTIONS TO CARD HOLDERS


1. As infection may enter through breaks in the skin ensure that any cut, scratch or abrasion is thoroughly cleansed and covered with a waterproof plaster.


2. Avoid rubbing your eyes, nose and mouth during work.


3. Clean protective clothing, footwear and equipment etc... after use.


4. After work and particularly before taking food or drink, wash hands thoroughly.


5. Report all accidents and/or injuries however slight. 6. Keep this card with you at all times.


MEDICAL INFORMATION


The holder of this card is engaged in works which may bring them into contact with water or materials which may be contaminated with Leptospira. None of the symptoms of early Leptospirosis or Weils disease are pathognomonic and diagnosis is based on laboratory investigations. Should you suspect the holder may have been infected, please arrange for the appropriate tests. The infection may resemble Influenza in the early stages.


Please ensure this card is kept on your person at all times whilst working in the identified Hazardous environment.


HS09 | 400x300mm labels £12.60


HS56B | HS56D


HS57 | 85x54mm double-sided card £0.96 based on 200no.


If you can touch this, you are in a safe zone to use your phone.


HS07 | 210x300mm labels £9.45 HS51A | HS51B | HS51C


CODE A B C D


DIMENSIONS 300x200mm 400x300mm 600x400mm 800 x 600mm


SIGNS SAFET Y HS38B | HS38D


£Berkeley PRICE £6.55 £9.05


£14.15 £26.20


HS78 | 1200x900mm dry-wipe board £165 = ALUMINIUM COMPOSITE BOARD info@signsandsafety.co.uk | www.signsandsafety.co.uk


HS71 | 148x210mm labels £5.25


HS08 | 148x210mm labels £5.25


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