Safety at Work

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What better way to highlight Workplace Hazards and help Staff to follow the safest protocol than through the use of Safety Signs.

Safety Concepts has put together a collection of over 125 of the most commonly used Safety Signs that you can use to identify and control workplace risks and hazards, and communicate workplace safety requirements. And as a special offer, you can download these signs for a one-time investment of just $27(inclusive of GST).

These ready-to-print, full-sized PDF Safety Sign Templates are available for immediate download to your computer. You'll be able to:

What is the Australian Standard for Safety Signs?

The Australian Standard (AS1319-1994) sets out requirements for the design and use of safety signs in the workplace. It specifies sign classifications and layouts. AS1319 does not specify a required material or nominal size for a sign, but does stress that the type of sign used should be suitable for the intended application, and that employees should be informed of their purpose.

In locations where lighting is good and a sign is mounted in a reasonably prominent position, it is recommended (but not required) that any symbols be at least 15mm per metre of viewing distance, and any uppercase text be at least 5mm per metre of viewing distance. We advise that where practical, signs should be mounted close to the observer's line of sight in the vertical plane.

For maximum effectiveness, signs should be maintained in good condition, kept clean and well illuminated.

To make it easy for you to find the sign you need, the signs have been individually named and are grouped in the following categories:

Example of a Regulatory Sign

Regulatory Signs:

These are considered mandatory signs indicating that an instruction must be carried out. Generally the symbols are white, and appear on a blue disc.



Example of Prohibition Sign

Prohibition Signs:

These signs indicate that an action or activity is prohibited. The symbol of the activity is crossed out with a red circle with a slash through it.



Example of a Hazard Signs.

Hazard Signs:

These signs are a warning of a hazard or hazardous situation that is not likely to be life threatening. The shape is a black triangle with a yellow interior and a black symbol. If text is used it is black lettering on a yellow background.


Example of a Danger Sign

Danger Signs:

These signs are a warning of a hazard or hazardous situation that can be life threatening. The red, black and white danger banner is used, often with other text. Symbols are not used.


Example of a Fire Sign

Fire Signs:

These signs advise the location of fire alarms and fire fighting equipment. These signs feature a white symbol and/or text on a red background.



Example of an Emergency Sign

Emergency Signs:

These signs show the location of, or direction to, emergency related facilities such as exits, first aid, and safety equipment. These signs feature a white symbol and/or text on a green background.



Examples of an Information Signs

Information Signs:

These signs communicate information of a general nature, to avoid misunderstanding or confusion.



Examples of a Dangerous Goods Sign

Dangerous Goods Signs (HAZCHEM):

These signs assist in managing the transport of and storage of dangerous good in accordance with the regulatory requirements of the Dangerous Good Act 1975 and the Dangerous Goods (General) Regulation 1999.



As you will have downloaded the Safety Signs - you can use them as often as you feel you need to.

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