Preparing your business for emergencies means running fire drills and ensuring your employees know the proper method for evacuation. To do that, you need signs that clearly indicate where employees and visitors should gather during an emergency. Install our assembly area sign boards to adhere to safety guidelines and have a proper evacuation plan in place.
Aluminum gives our signs a strong base structure. The aluminum is thick for durability. As a rustproof metal, the aluminum resists corrosion to maintain structural integrity. The resistance to water and weather makes our evacuation signs ideal for placement outdoors and indoors.
Draw people’s attention to the signs with the vibrant colors from the digital printing process. The graphics’ high resolution delivers sharp contrast for clear details on our fire drill signs. Lightfastness from the printing process prevents fading in the graphics if the signs are in direct sunlight.
You can choose to customize your aluminum signs with the modification options we provide. Some choices fit different budgets and requirements, so you can design signs unique to your business. One option is lamination, which enhances the resistance to abrasions and weather.
The simple design of our signs means they are ready for use immediately. Our evacuation signs come with graphics and a pre-printed message to save you time. Installing the signs at your business takes a few minutes for time efficiency.
We use durable, long-lasting materials to make our signs. Our fire drill signs have a lifespan of 7 years. This includes use at indoor and outdoor locations, even in direct sunlight.
Order 2 or more of our aluminum signs and receive a discount. We offer bulk savings on quantity orders, which means you can buy signs depending on your requirements and budget. We fulfill orders for businesses of all sizes.
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