Pedestrians Must Use Designated Walkways Sign
$13.50 – $48.50
Notice/Information Sign: “Notice – Pedestrians Must Use Designated Walkways Sign”
Notice – Pedestrians Must Use Designated Walkways Sign inform pedestrians which walkway is safe to walk in your warehouse or industry.
- Standard sizes available
- Supplied as an adhesive vinyl sticker or mounted on ACM panel
- Meets industry standards
Notice/Information Sign: Pedestrians Must Use Designated Walkways Sign
Pedestrians Must Use Designated Walkways Sign – For all facilities running forklifts and other mobile heavy equipment indoors, the management of pedestrians and the avoidance of injury risks is of utmost importance. Pedestrians Must Use Designated Walkways Sign interact visually with machine operators to stop in the designated areas for pedestrians. These signs help reduce the risk of pedestrian crossing incidents and help you to maintain the facility more effectively.
The mission of Hazard Signs NZ is to provide quality-made safety signs to all of New Zealand. Our great prices and convenient online ordering platform make us a preferred supplier to many NZ businesses. All our signs are designed and manufactured in Invercargill to meet the workplace health and safety needs of all businesses and industries in New Zealand.
Please note. We make all safety signs to order and therefore it may take 5 to 10 business days to receive. If you require your order urgently, please don’t hesitate to contact us to confirm an estimated delivery date prior to placing your order.
300mm x 225mm, 450mm x 337mm, 600mm x 450mm
Self Adhesive Vinyl Sticker, ACM Metal sheet
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