First Aid Projecting Signs can be installed on a door, a wall, on top of an equipment, in a hallway, or anywhere else in a way that they project from the surface at a right angle. Projecting L shaped signs are bent at a right angle, so you can install the flange side directly on the wall (no need for a separate bracket). On the flange, are two drill holes for mounting. Use screws or double-sided adhesive tape to mount the sign. Signs are double-sided to be spotted from both directions. We also offer Projecting First Aid V-Signs which have two flanges and two pre-drilled mounting holes on each flange. Just use some screws to fix the sign on a flat surface using the drilled holes. If not screws, you can use adhesive tape. All necessary hardware is included in the order. Even our 180 Degree Projecting Signs can be installed in the same manner.
Although there are many symbols that are used to represent first aid, the green background sign with white cross is the first aid symbol registered under ISO. This same first aid cross sign symbol is used in ANSI signs for their Safety Instruction and Equipment Location Sign category. First aid signs with a red cross is also widely used in the US. However, a very few people know that the Red cross is the logo of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Using universal signage means, workers or visitors from any part of the world can understand the sign as “First Aid” at first sight and are readily aware of the location of first aid equipment. Universal designs also help you score well in safety inspections.
Directional first aid signs help everyone navigate through your facility to reach the essential supplies, especially during an emergency when time is of essence. Wayfinding and directional first aid signs provide information and guidance and help locate first aid services without any confusion or doubt. Whether it’s a large shopping mall, a hotel, university campus, office, event ground, or a factory, directional arrow signs tell everyone where they need to go and how to get there. Instead of looking lost and confused, those looking for first aid will feel more confident in searching.
Our SmartGlow Glow-in-the-Dark Adhesive First Aid Signs offer visibility when the lights go off or there is an emergency power outage. SmartGlow safety grade flexible photoluminescent PVC film on these signs glow at night or in a blackout. The photoluminescence offered by these signs meets the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard E2072. The luminance measures over 20 mcd/m2 (milli candela per square meter) after 10 minutes in full darkness; and 2.8 mcd/m2 after 60 minutes in full darkness. Glow signs are natural light green in color as light green color provides vibrant glow when in the dark.
Footprint signs in the shape of footsteps are a good option for leading people in the direction you want them to go in your facility. The directional arrow on the signs along with text “First Aid'' direct patrons to the first aid station. These can also indicate where to stand for first aid.
First Aid Labels are offered in smaller sizes like 2” x 6”, 3.5” x 5”, 3” x 7”, 4” x 10”, and largers sizes like 10” x 24”. Laminated plastic labels also come in 5” x 7” and 5” x 10”.
Glow vinyl adhesive labels come in 4” x 12”, 7” x 10”, 10” x 14”, and more sizes.
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First aid kits are often small boxes that are not instantly visible at first sight, especially in large facilities. Hence, first aid signs should be installed right over the first aid kit, first aid cabinet, first aid counter, first aid station, first aid room, or first aid booth in a facility. If directional signs are being used to mark the way towards first aid, they should be installed at the end of a passage so that people know which direction to go to. Choose a decent mounting height above the eye level to mount the first aid signs in a conspicuous way and make sure any obstacle is not blocking the view. If anybody gets injured or needs first aid, location of signs shouldn’t become a hindrance in the way of timely medical help.