Prohibition Signs must be displayed to prohibit certain behaviour and access to certain areas as stated by The Health & Safety (Safety Signs & Signals) Regulations 1996. Read our Guide to Safety Signs including types of signs, materials and FREE Site Survey.
Prohibition Signs must have a black pictogram encircled by a red band and then dissected by a red diagonal bar. The red part is to be at least 35% of the area of the sign.
We have separated our Prohibition Signs into 7 categories; No Smoking Signs, E-Cigarette Signs, Mobile Phone Signs, Access Signs, Vehicle Signs, Machinery Signs and General Signs to help you quickly and easily find the sign you're looking for.