Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Sponsorship of the jockey Josephine Gordon

Signs & Safety Ltd are proud to announce their sponsorship of the jockey Josephine Gordon. Josie is rising rapidly through the jockey ranks in spectacular style. She has ridden-out her 7lb and 5lb claims and is in demand by owners and trainers more than ever. Josie has ridden racehorses for many of the UK’s top trainers including winners for the likes of Sir Michael Stoute. Read More →

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Pokemon Go Players Get Stuck In Mine

No doubt you’ve all heard of augmented reality game Pokemon Go, which has captured the imaginations of gamers all over the world. It involves people using their smartphone and its GPS capabilities to hunt down imaginary creatures that appear on their phones at public places, now known as Pokestops. Chances are that you may have already spotted a few ‘Pokehunters’ popping up at your place Read More →

Have You Made Your Signs In Braille?

Catering for your blind customers is as important as catering for others and if you haven’t considered having your toilet and directional signs translated into Braille and tactile signage, then now could well be the time to do so. Accessible signage helps thousands of people go about their business each and every day, and you can help them by thinking innovatively when it comes to the Read More →

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Playground Signage Boards Called For After Baby Burns Hands

A concerned parent is calling for safety signage boards to be erected in playgrounds to warn adults and children that equipment like swings and slides may be hot during a heatwave after her one-year-old child burned her hands on a playground ramp. Mother Lucy Brown was horrified when her daughter started screaming after touching the metal ramp, with the child’s hands swollen, bright red and Read More →

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Warning Signs Needed On Nova Scotia Hiking Trail After Woman Falls

A woman fell off a cliff in Nova Scotia earlier this month when walking along a popular hiking trail. This has led to discussions over whether a board signage should be put up at the Cape Split cliff in Canada to prevent other accidents occurring at the spot, according to Global News. Natural Resources Minister Lloyd Hines said having more signs up in the area Read More →

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Ferry Firm Changes Toilet Signs To Accommodate Transgender People

Ferry company Condor has taken the decision to change the signs on their toilet doors after a complaint of discrimination against the company was upheld by a tribunal. Instead of the words ‘ladies’ and ‘gentlemen’, male and female gender symbols are now being used instead. Transgender passenger Erin Bisson, a 40-year-old taxi driver from Jersey, said she was left embarrassed after she was told to Read More →