Safety Signs are instrumental in the workplace to ensure the safety of staff and site visitors, enabling them to move across the administrative centre independently and safely.
Australia has several special requirements that apply to the manufacture and installation of occupational protection signage. Those guidelines are divided into several exceptional sections, including regulatory, hazard, emergency statistics and fire protection signs.
Australian Standard AS 1319 sets out requirements for the design and use of safety signs intended for use in the occupational environment to regulate and control safety-related behaviour, warn of hazards and to provide emergency information including fire protection information.
Standards Australia AS 1319 Safety Signs for the Occupational Environment
Australian Standard AS 2293.1 stipulates the requirements for the design and installation of emergency escape lighting and illuminated emergency exit signage systems for buildings.
Standards Australia AS 2293.1 Emergency Escape Lighting and Exit Signs for Buildings Part 1: System Design, Installation and Operation