Safety signs… when the message has to get through
Safety signs are vital in every workplace. They provide safety warnings, information or guidelines to workers and visitors, and help to safeguard your business.
Safety is something that every business must take seriously
Providing a safe work environment is the responsibility of every business owner. In some circumstances the correct safety sign can mean the difference between life and death. Safety signage supports good occupational safety and health practices.
Large Range of Safety Signs Online
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o MULTI MESSAGE SIGNS
o SWING STAND SIGNS
o BOXED EDGE PLATE SIGNS
o ROAD WARNING SIGNS
o REGULATORY SIGNS
o DIRECTIONAL SIGNS
o BASE SIGNS
o BAT SIGNS
o DANGER SIGNS
o EMERGENCY SIGNS
o MANDATORY SIGNS
o NOTICE SIGNS
o PROHIBITION SIGNS
o WARNING SIGNS
o SECURITY SIGNS
o FIRE SIGNS
If there is a hazard, there has to be a sign
Safety and health in Western Australian workplaces is regulated by the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984 and the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 which are supported by codes of practice and guidance notes. There are eight major categories:
Prohibition signs – indicate something that you must not do – red circle border with a line through it, a white background and black symbol.
Mandatory signs – tell you that you must wear some special safety equipment - blue solid circle and white symbol.
Restriction signs – show limitations placed on an activity or use in the area concerned - red circular border, no crossbar, and a white background.
Hazard warning signs – warn of a danger or risk to health - yellow triangle with a black border and black symbol.
Emergency information signs – show where emergency safety equipment is kept - green solid rectangle with a white symbol or text.
Fire signs –tell you the location of fire alarms and firefighting facilities - red solid rectangle with white text.
Danger hazard signs - warn of a particular hazard or hazardous condition that could be life-threatening. They have the word DANGER in white on a red background, a black border and black text.
Dangerous goods signs (also known as hazardous chemicals signs) are defined in the Australian dangerous goods code and indicate what is in a tank or package and how it must be stored and transported.
Perth signage company, Sign On have earned a reputation for manufacturing high quality affordable signs.