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Safety and signs are used in many different contexts across a wide number of industries. Signage can be placed for warning, directional or informative reasons, for example, to mark an exit in case of emergency or a fire exit. Signs can be freestanding or affixed to a wall. Examples of a freestanding sign are health and safety signs that mark a wet foot or a trip more

Safety and signs are used in many different contexts across a wide number of industries. Signage can be placed for warning, directional or informative reasons, for example, to mark an exit in case of emergency or a fire exit. Signs can be freestanding or affixed to a wall. Examples of a freestanding sign are health and safety signs that mark a wet foot or a trip hazard. These are often bright in colour and inform the user that there is a hazard up ahead. Signs to denote an emergency exit are often affixed above the exit and are lit to make them stand out so that in a time of crisis they are easily visible. Other signage can include instructions, for example, that certain PPE must be worn in a specific area, or a warning that some chemicals or gases are present.

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