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It is a legal requirement that fire exits must be kept clear at all times to provide a safe route of passage during an emergency. Seton supplies a range of fire exit keep clear signs, some of which are multi-message signs, as well as fixings for the sturdy placement of signs, all of which comply with the appropriate UK health and safety guidelines and regulations. to find out more check out our buying guide.

Unexpected things can and do happen during fire drills and emergencies, and it is worth noting that by using a combination of signs, the potential for successful evacuation can be increased significantly.

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Keep Clear Fire Exit Signage: Buying Guide

Choosing the right sign material

Seton’s range of Fire Exit Keep Clear signage comes in a variety of materials and finishes to ensure that you are able to find the perfect sign for the specific needs of your workplace.

Selecting a photoluminescent fire exit keep clear sign will ensure that in thick smoke or in the event of a power failure, the sign will be clearly seen by staff and visitors navigating the premises trying to find an escape route.

Our Xtra-Glo Premium Fire Exit Keep Clear Sign is particularly effective for areas where there can be poor light at times. This sign is a simple yet potentially lifesaving solution to the problems caused by the power cuts and thick smoke that can occur in the event of a fire. It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor installation.

Constructed from thick, durable aluminium with a high-quality photoluminescent covering, the sign discharges effectively in low light. It will stay illuminated for more than 24 hours, and recharges under the power of normal light in just five minutes.

Further options in the range include a Fire Exit Keep Clear Vandal Resistant Sign made from exceptionally tough material, that is resistant to naked flames, graffiti, sharp objects and weathering. It is a good idea to ensure that such a sign is securely fixed – our Security Fixing Kit is ideal for this. Once fastened, the screws cannot be undone with a conventional screwdriver, thereby avoiding any tampering with your sign.

Our Fire Exit Keep Clear Banner Sign is a large format banner made from durable PVC. It is ideal for use on construction sites and at large venues or outdoor events. Eyelets enable the sign to be simply secured with cable ties or specialist Elastic Banner Ties, meaning that the sign is totally reusable.

Fire Exit Keep Clear Signs and other emergency signs

Fire safety signs that display other information may also be required on your premises. By combining fire exit keep clear signs with those that display other information, such as a Fire Assembly Point Sign or Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher Instruction Sign, any person discovering a fire will have all the relevant information they need to raise the alarm, fight the fire and initiate an evacuation. Also, check out our full range of Fire Exit Signs.

Safety sign placement and installation

Safety signs should be permanently placed in an appropriate and prominent position in the workplace, which is why we provide a range of Sign Fixings to ensure that your signs stay put. Permanent adhesive is a popular option for customers looking for a strong and reliable fixing as it makes it possible to affix rigid plastic signs without needing to drill holes in them or the walls. The adhesive is both weather and UV resistant, so damage from the elements is minimised. Furthermore, it is easily applied to damp and uneven surfaces, and has exceptional sealing qualities – so much so that it can also be reliably used as a sealant.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need Fire Exit Keep Clear signage?

Yes, you do need clear, well-maintained signage that instructs employees and workplace visitors to be mindful of fire exits and keep them clear. The HSE has a number of Fire Exit Keep Clear signs regulations which employers need to be aware of. According to the HSE, employers are responsible for posting safety signs to warn of risks and inform employees and workplace visitors of emergency routes and procedures. The HSE has guidelines specifically for building safety and for safety signs and signals more generally, including information regarding Emergency Exit Keep Clear At All Times signs.

All safety signs in the workplace need to be well-maintained and kept clean and visible. Fire Exit and Fire Door signage is at risk of becoming cracked, torn or damaged due to its placement on doors – which are frequently used and often scuffed. It is important to check your Fire Exit signage regularly to ensure that it is not overly damaged and remains clearly visible and readable.

Where should Fire Exit Keep Clear At All Times signs be placed?

Fire Exit Keep Clear stickers and signs should conform to the BS 5499 Pt 4:2000 and should be mounted in highly visible locations where they are not obstructed by any furniture, items or other signs. UK Fire Exit Keep Clear regulations require signage to be placed at eye level height on every doorway, escape window or any other exit route that will provide a means of escape in the event of a fire or other emergency situation.

Seton also offers instructional Fire Exit Keep Clear sticker signs which clearly illustrate the need for emergency exits and fire doors to be kept clear at all times. These stickers can be placed next to a doorway to support your fire exit planning.

How many Fire Exit Keep Clear signs do I need?

The number of fire exit signs needed will vary according to the worksite’s specific needs. Every fire door should be clearly labelled as a fire door on both sides. For large worksites or offices with a number of fire doors, Seton has a range of Fire Door Exit packs, including a six pack of Fire Exit Keep Clear Signs and a six pack of Nite-Glo Fire Exit signs. This provides an affordable and efficient alternative to buying single signs, ensuring that additional signs and stickers are kept on hand for when signs are damaged and/or become illegible.