The Flex-Safe Signs

Take your barricade to the next level with add-on signage, making it a messaging system in addition to a traffic control device.

about the Signs


Highly Visible - Day or Night

High visibility signs are both important and effective when it comes to informing pedestrians of sidewalk closures. Safety Orange or Hi-Vis Yellow both command attention, and quickly sends a detour message to passersby.


Quick, Effective Communication!

Outdoor safety signs are quickly recognizable by the general public and provide an immediate safety solution for both workers and pedestrians in cases that require a sidewalk closure.


Lightweight and Transportable

Weighing less than one pound and measuring 8″ wide x 40″ long, the foldable barrier signs are lightweight and can be easily transported to virtually any location for quick installation on the go.


Easily Attachable

The sidewalk safety signage is outfitted with a hook-and-loop fastener for easy attachment to the Flex-Safe Barricade or other work site signs, and can be stacked to create a custom safety message.


Designed to Last!

Proudly made in the United States, these sidewalk safety signs are made from quality vinyl and can stand up to inclement weather and other factors that may affect the longevity of traditional traffic control signs.

Where can the FLEX-SAFE® Barricade be used

• Construction sites • Parades, • Concerts • Businesses • Schools (school zones) • Sewer holes/ man holes • Public works projects • Roadways in suburban and urban area. • Factories • Warehouses • Cleaning sites • Music festivals, • outdoor movies, • county fair • parks • motor vehicle accidents • fire scenes

Who and Where Flex-Safe Products have been are being used across North America?

An Emergency Management Agency in Maine, • Aviation Authorities in Maryland and Florida, • Police Departments in New York, Virginia, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, • Municipalities in Florida, California, Massachusetts, New York, • A Port Authority in Texas • Private Companies in Hawaii, New York, Massachusetts • Public Companies in Washington State • An Aircraft Manufacturer in North Dakota • Private Companies in throughout Canada • A National Museum in Washington D.C. • School Districts in Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, New York State, New Jersey, Ohio, Virginia, Vermont • Fire Departments and Fire Districts in Pennsylvania, New York State, Maryland • Utility Companies in New Jersey, • Federal Departments and Agencies in Virginia, Michigan, Connecticut and Florida