Can You Use Safety Signs as Floor Graphics?

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Can You Use Safety Signs as Floor Graphics?

Health and safety is an integral part of any commercial environment. We need proper documentation and diagrams to educate people on what to do in the event of an accident, or how to avoid injuring themselves. The only problem with these health and safety signs is that they tend to become quite intrusive and clash with the decor that a business has invested in.

So a lot of people do tend to wonder if there is a better way. Can you correctly display health and safety signs, while at the same time not having an impact on the feel and style of a space? The answer is yes, and we thought we would explore how this might be the case.

Floor Graphics - Stylish and Functional

So, consider the floor graphic option for a minute. You must’ve seen them before. People take drawings and patterns, and they print them onto vinyl flooring. The overall effect is neat and professional, while at the same time being fun and airy.

When you don’t want your health and safety signs to clash with the decorations around the room that you’ve worked so hard to introduce, having them as a floor graphic could be a sensible idea. The information is still there and easy to access. Thus you’re still fulfilling all of the requisite health and safety regulations, but at the same time, it isn’t intruding on the decor. 

Figuring Out The Logistics

If you want to introduce safety signs as floor graphics, then there’s a couple of things that you need to think about. First of all, the sign has to be clear and printed to the highest quality possible. After all, this is a health and safety item, so it has to tick all the boxes.

Second of all, you’re going to want to think about the place where you get these floor graphics commissioned from. It’s not a request that your average print shop can efficiently deal with, so you have to seek out a specialist for the best results, like us. We’ve got a lot of experience in dealing with enquiries like this, and have the tools and resources required to create impressive vinyl flooring.

Finally, you’re going to want to consider health and safety signs which match the ascetics of the room. Something which has the same colour scheme or theme is a good idea because it means that you’re maintaining the atmosphere in the place while still complying with health and safety requirements.

So as you can probably tell, floor graphics aren’t something you can do with a printer and get away with the best results. They are an excellent tool for conveying health and safety information while still maintaining the athletics have a room, but at the same time, they require specialist assembly and design. It's essential to track down the right provider and the best tools for the job. By doing that, you stand a good chance of having high-quality floor graphics. 

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