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10-12-2015  |  6030x
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New Safety Signs Sliders enable flexible facility messaging

Brady’s new Safety Signs Sliders are visual communication platforms that accommodate up to 4 facility signs. They can be used to communicate important safety and awareness messages to employees and visitors and are extremely easy to update and customise.

Up to 4 signs

The empty Safety Signs Slider boards enable safety and facility managers to insert sliders and highlight the most appropriate message at any place or access path. Employees and visitors can see the most relevant information displayed for any specific area and will be aware how to keep themselves and others safe. The boards are made from durable materials, and are available in various formats and sizes for wall or door hanging.

Update at will

Updating safety and facility information becomes very easy when using the Safety Signs Sliders. Simply slide out what is no longer relevant, and slide in new safety signs that warn against hazards, remind of safety precautions or prohibit unsafe or undesired behaviour. Extremely customisable, the Safety Signs Sliders could even communicate temporary visitor routes, general facility information or your company logo.

Print on-site

Brady can print and deliver any custom slider your facility requires. Blank sliders are available, enabling safety and facility managers to slide in signs created on-site. Combined with a Brady safety sign printer, the free Brady Workstation platform and self-adhesive label cartridges, safety and facility managers command a versatile on demand and on-site signage system for the entire facility.

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