New sign available
Free printable no dogs except assistance dogs prohibition sign.
It is our standard pdf format and should be compatible with all versions of adobe acrobat from version 6 onwards.
This sign has been added at the request of Assistance Dogs(UK) who represent the six recognised UK assistance dog charities. It is to raise awareness of assistance dogs and to hopefully supercede the older "Guide dog only" sign, which can cause confusion when non guide dog assistance dog users try to enter premises. For further information regarding this type of sign please visit -
PIPE MARKERS NOW AVAILABLE
we have created a new pipe markers website to allow you to print free pipe markers in the same easy way that freesignage allows you to print safety signs
We hope you find this site useful and look forwad to hearing your opinions of it
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