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Fire Extinguisher / Equipment Signs

Select a Fire Extinguisher sign category, or scroll down for Fire Equipment signs: (FDC, sprinkler control, fire hose, fire hydrants and more)

(Extinguishers Only):

Fire Extinguisher - Surface Mount
Fire Extinguisher - 2D Projection Signs
Fire Extinguisher - Ceiling Mount Projection Signs
Fire Extinguisher - 3D Triangle Projection Signs
Fire Extinguisher - Braille Signs


(FDC, Hoses, Hydrants, Sprinklers, etc.)


Fire Equipment - Surface Mount Signs
Fire Equipment - 2D Projection Signs
Fire Equipment - Ceiling Mount Signs
Fire Equipment - 3D Triangle Projection Signs
NFPA 12 - CO2 Fire Extinguisher



For FIRE EXTINGUISHER and FIRE EQUIPMENT signs and labels, you’ve come to the right place: ComplianceSigns.com

Preparation is the best way to deal with fire hazards. Fire safety training, fire hazard signs and appropriate fire extinguishers are a must. Easy-to-read Fire Extinguisherand Fire Equipment signs and labels from ComplianceSigns.com will make your fire extinguishers and other fire equipment (hoses, hydrants, alarms, blankets, etc.) easy to find - and can make the difference between safety and disaster if a fire breaks out in your workplace.

Cleary marked fire extinguishers and fire equipment will help you comply with OSHA requirements and protect your employees and property. (Learn more about fire extinguishers below.)

Our industrial strength fire extinguisher and equipment signs can surface mount or project from the wall or ceiling. We also have signs and labels in standard or glow-in-the-dark finish. Many are available in English, Spanish and bilingual formats.

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Fire Extinguisher Information:

Fire needs fuel, oxygen and heat to burn. Fire extinguishers remove one of these elements so the fire will die, either by cooling the fuel or removing or displacing the oxygen around the fire.

When using a fire extinguisher, remember to PASS: Pull the pin, Aim at the base of the fire, Squeeze the handle, Sweep side to side.

Use these links to learn more about fire extinguisher types, use, OSHA requirements and when to replace your extinguishers: