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Category: EC Directive Fire Exit & Exit Signs

For environments that require EC Directive Fire Exit signs, Lasting Impressions have a wide and extensive range. Designed to suit a range of industries, our hard wearing and durable signs are manufactured to last. In order to stay compliant with current legislation, fire exit signs must be placed above doorways with all paths kept unobstructed at all times. This ensures that everyone is able to identify the shortest and quickest route to exit your premises.

Our collection of EC Directive fire exit and exit signs are available in a landscape format. This allows each one to be fitted easily above doorways to provide clear instruction. The standard green and white colour can be read from a distance and is recognised universally. On each sign, a running man symbol is seen moving towards an exit door. Some of our signs also feature directional arrows and the words ‘Fire Exit’ or ‘Exit’ printed in a bold, legible font. The simple design is used to guarantee everyone, from workers through to guests, is able to understand the instructions given. In larger environments, several signs can be placed along the route to create an easy-to-follow escape route.

For versatility, these signs are available in a range of different sizes. They can be manufactured, either from a self-adhesive vinyl or from 1mm rigid plastic. Rounded corners have been used to reduce the risk of injury during installation while the strong materials used promise the sign stays clear at all times. Our signs are all compliant with current legislation, including EN ISO 7010:2012. Please note that EEC and British Standard signs should not be used together. If you would like more information about this or have any queries regarding our collection of fire exit and exit signs, contact our sales team today.