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Far from encroaching upon our freedoms as some people may think, most warning signs are actually there for our safety and convenience. If you were waiting at a pedestrian crossing but there were no lights to tell you when it was safe to cross, you would be taking your life in your hands to step into the road.

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Besides road signage, other types of warning signs we encounter every day include prohibition labels on products and prohibition stickers in public places. When a product is delivered to our door bearing a prohibition label “Do not use a knife”, we only have ourselves to blame if we damage the item when cutting open the packaging. Likewise, only a fool would ignore a prohibition sticker on a door which read, “No Entry – Danger of Death”. Such signs are put in place to protect us and our interests, and we should always consider what they have to say.

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If you are the owner or manager of a business, you have a legal responsibility for the safety of staff and visitors on your premises. Posting Label Bar prohibition labels and stickers to warn of potential hazards is a central part of taking this responsibility seriously. Obviously, you can’t force anyone to obey a sign or notice, but placing a prohibition sticker in the right location may provide a reminder to someone before they make a serious mistake.

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Many workplaces have environments which prove dangerous if appropriate care is not exercised. Storage areas for flammable materials should always display prohibition stickers forbidding smoking and naked flames. You can also use a prohibition sticker to warn that a water source is not for drinking, or of a live electrical installation. Every prohibition label posted on your premises is one more chance to avert a potential disaster.