Bridgelock Online:Safety Signs, Custom Made Signs, Site Boards.:Health & Safety
Businesses operating a CCTV system are affected by the Data Protection Act 1998. Under the Act individuals have the right to access personal information including CCTV images. To enable individuals to exercise their right under the Act, "appropriately sized signs should be placed in and around the area where CCTV cameras are located." In addition the signs should, "Identify the owner/operator of the system and the purpose of which the data may be used."
Available in Self Adhesive Vinyl, 1mm PVC and 3mm Perspex with or without fixing channel.
Security signs are ideal for use in high risk areas to warn visitors of security measures in place and to deter potential offenders.
To project or suspend your general signs use our suspended frames.
The DDA Part III amendments were introduced in September 2002 producing a strict guideline which comes into effect on the 1st of October 2004 guaranteeing that equal access must be made to all people using public buildings, including education establishments.
Signs should be place at a height suitable for everyone to reach unaided, generally this is reccomended to be no lower than 1400mm from the floor and no higher than 1700mm.
Directional signs should be placed at each entry, as well as signs showing the toilet locations. Fire exit and Exit signs should be visible from all locations.
Identification signs (such as door signs) should be located next to the door, in case that has been left open.
BBSW10 to BBSW17 stands are 233 x 615mm amd fold flat for easy storage.
BBST1-900mm high Lightweight cleaning stand.
Wire rod frame folds flat for easy storage. Legs are rubber tipped to protect floors and stop sliding. Can be supplied as stand only or choose from the signs below to create a complete.
BBST4-500mm high Lightweight Cleaning stand.
Use this frame in conjunction with BBSW1 and BBSW9. All printed on both sides with the same message with the exception of BBSW1.