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Legislation states that you must warn staff and vistiors of potential safety risks in and around the workplace. For indoor or outdoor use. Easily punched or drilled for fixing. Compliant with all British standards and legislation.

Legislation states that you must warn staff and vistiors of potential safety risks in and around the workplace. For indoor or outdoor use. Easily punched or drilled for fixing. Compliant with all British standards and legislation.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Danger
Review 1 for Danger
This review is from Danger Keep Out.
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Clear Robust Sign
6 Jun 2014
By Technik
, London
"This product is ideal for sticking on walls or tying to Herras fencing. Lightweight, washable and re-useable.
Beware, there are no holes for tying, but an office hole punch will sort that out easily
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Review 2 for Danger
This review is from Danger Keep Out.
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Mandatory safety signs
26 Sep 2011
By MartinD
, West Yorkshire
"We needed some signs. I looked them up in the Screwfix catalogue, put the order in during the afternoon, the next morning they turned up.
To steal someone else's marketing slogan. It does just what it says on the tin. It was a lot quicker and cheaper than sending someone out to get them.
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