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Padlock and Chain to be Removed … Sign

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Ensure the safety of your workplace with the “Padlock and Chain to be Removed…” sign. It is a legal requirement for all businesses with fire doors to display such signage, helping to inform staff and customers about the proper use of fire doors.

These signs can be used in various settings, including offices, retail stores, warehouses, etc. The signs are available in 100x100mm, 150x150mm, and 200x200mm, making choosing the right size for your needs easy. You can also choose between self-adhesive vinyl or 1mm rigid plastic material, which have a blue and white colour scheme that’s easy to see.

When placed on or near your fire doors, they notify users to remove padlocks and chains before operating the door. Following these instructions ensures that your fire door functions properly during an emergency, potentially saving lives and minimising damage. All our signs come with rounded corners as standard and comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and the Building Regulations 1991.

Don’t hesitate to contact our sales team if you need help selecting the right size or material. With the “Padlock and Chain to be Removed…” sign, you can stay compliant with fire safety regulations and help protect your employees and customers.


Weight 0.00000000 kg

100x100mm, 150x150mm, 200x200mm


1mm Rigid Plastic, Self Adhesive Vinyl

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