Another type of vinyl banners I have been doing a lot with lately are Construction Site Banners. Many of them like this one that was destined for southeast Queensland.
This banner here for Rainbow Builders is a great example of a typical construction site banner.
Their name is clear and easy to read, I personally would have preferred to see their contact details a little larger, though these type of banners are as much about safety information and compliance with Workplace Health and Safety legislation as they are advertising.
All the usual warning symbols for head, foot and ear protection are in place, along with the “Danger Construction Site” sign, and all incorporated into one simple unit.
Rainbow has even managed to include their professional affiliation symbols for the Master Builders as well as for their Quality Certification.
A construction site banner like this one is a simple fix for a whole lot of signage problems normally associated with breaking ground and getting your site started.
In one easy step you can make sure your construction site is safe, and one that complies with Workplace Health and Safety legislation guidelines. And because you have all of the requirements rolled up into one complete unit, it is easier to ensure all your Workplace Health and Safety legislation obligations have been met as soon as possible, and with a minimum of effort. There is only one sign to worry about… easy.
And unlike corflute signage, your vinyl banner will travel easily between your construction sites as you need them.
When the project is complete, and your Construction Site Banners are not in use, they will store rolled up and efficiently out of the way until your need them again.
If you need help with Site Banners for your business, let me know. I realise you may require more than one unit, and I will give you a great deal on any quantities of 3 Construction Site Banners or more.
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