Fire Safety Signage

An essential element to fire safety – signs and notices ensure occupants know what to do and how to act in the event of an emergency.

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states that all workplaces must have adequate safety signs to point people towards escape routes and emergency exits.

Signage must also identify the locations of key equipment such as manual call points and fire-fighting equipment.

But how do you know what signs you need?

Regulations vary depending on the type of premise, so it’s important to consult fire safety experts when implementing signage. In order to ensure we provide your building with the correct signs; our team of fire safety consultants first carry out a Fire Safety Signage Survey. Our surveys comprise a thorough assessment of your premises, to check any signage you currently have in place and to create a plan that suggests where additional signs/notices may be required using the most logical layout.

Supply and Installation

We provide a vast range of signs for buildings and businesses of all sizes including emergency exit signs, fire extinguisher signs, fire assembly point signs, fire door and fire alarm signs all available in different sizes, orientations and materials.

Everything we provide meets British Fire Safety Standards in order to keep you compliant whilst ensuring the health and safety of your employees and visitors.

If you require fire signage advice or are in need of an upgrade, our team are more than happy to help. Please complete the form below for a free call back from a member of our team.

All surveys are carried out by trained professional fire risk assessors who are deemed competent under our BAFE SP205 competence scheme.

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  • Is Fire Safety Signage required by law?

    Your business must be compliant with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. This legislation brings together all fire safety laws and safety regulations.

    The RRO states that fire signage must be fitted at all non-domestic premises to help prevent and fight fires.

  • What Fire Safety Signs are recommended?

    All buildings should have the following Fire Safety signs as a minimum:

    • Signs to indicate where fire safety equipment and alarm call points are located
    • Sufficient signs to indicate escape routes
    • If substantial amounts of staff Fire Action Notices to remind people what to do in an emergency

    Legislation also requires that most non-residential premises must have a Fire Risk Assessment in order to identify the correct sign and requirements.

  • Where should Fire Safety Signs be placed?

    The location of a fire safety sign is dependent on legal health and safety for your premises, the complexity of your fire safety plan and the layout of the building.

    As part of our initial Fire Safety Signage Survey, we assess all of the above points and draw up a plan to determine the appropriate locations for your signs.

  • What areas do you cover?

    Pyro Fire are a Doncaster business, however, we our assessors work nationwide. Our team have carried out Fire Safety work for buildings of all sizes and businesses in all industries throughout the UK.

    We may charge a nominal fee for travel accommodation where required.

  • How much does it cost?

    Pricing is dependent on the size and location of the building.

    Our prices are competitive with no hidden costs. We also offer an after-care service to all of our clients offering ongoing advice and meetings where necessary. To speak to a member of our team for an accurate quote, please give us a call.

    We are VAT registered and charge VAT on all services.

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Our Process


Our assessors and surveyors will inspect your building and assess the risks. We will consult with you on the risks, and assist you with understanding your fire safety responsibilities and requirements.


We compile a prioritised action plan with recommendations and photographs. The data will be recorded in a way that is easy to understand, before being submitted for quality assurance. This will then be validated and published on the portal.


Once published, you can actively manage reports and action risks for your properties. You will be able to download and create PDF reports, search and export risks, and view photographs. 

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Key accreditations

We’re on a mission to mitigate risk by pioneering new standards in competence and technology to protect more buildings and people. Maintaining our key accreditations are just one of the ways we do this.