The Health & Safety (Signs & Signals) Regulations 1996 Part 3 require all employers to identify all pipes within their facility. Several norms exist across Europe, which indicate how pipes should be identified. Pipes transporting dangerous and hazardous substances must be identified with the relevant danger symbol and the name of the hazardous or dangerous substance. Pipe markers should be applied at frequent intervals on straight pipe runs, either side of a wall or floor where pipes pass through, at changes of direction and close to either side of valves. With over 300 standard substance markers in various sizes and layouts, as well as a customisation option, we can help make your facility compliant and safer.
British Standard Makers, European Style Markers, Marine Pipe Markers, Pipe Banding Tapes, Flow Direction Tapes, GHS Symbols. Everything you need to identify your pipes around your facility.
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