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Workplace Safety Signs should be manufactured, designed and displayed in accordance with AS1319-1994.
Safety signs draw attention to objects and situations affecting health and safety. Explanations of their functions and meanings should be included in employee induction training programmes. Where it is proposed to display a new sign or to change the location of an existing sign, employees should be informed beforehand, and an explanation given for the introduction of the new sign or the change in location of the existing one.
Regulatory Signs contain instructions with which failure to comply constitutes either an offence of law, or a breach of standing orders, safety procedures or other directions, depending on which kind of control has been imposed at the work site or workplace. They are subdivided as follows:
Signs that indicate that an action or activity is not permitted.
Signs that indicate that an instruction must be carried out.
Limitation or Restriction Signs
Signs that place a numerical or other defined limit on an activity or use of a facility.
Hazard Signs advise of hazards. They are subdivided as follows:
Signs warning of a particular hazard or hazardous condition that is likely to be life-threatening.
Signs warning of a hazard or hazardous condition that is not likely to be life-threatening.
indicate the location of, or directions to, emergency related facilities, such as exits, safety equipment or first aid facilities.