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A-frame signs are used to display a temporary message to the public regarding a hazard or life-threatening situation. The message is shown on both sides of the sign so that it can be seen from different angles.

AS 1319 states that a Warning is indicated by a yellow sign with black text. A black triangle with picture or exclamation mark is also used. Danger signs must include the word ‘Danger’ in white letters on a red oval inside a black background.

Arrow signs show employees, customers and guests where the nearest exit is when they want to leave the building or in case of evacuation. These incorporate a green background with white text and on accession a green figure on a while background. Both luminous and non-luminous materials are used.

Arrow signs can also be used to point people to a particular area of the business or to create a route through the building. This type of sign can be found with black text on either a yellow or white background.

Assembly point signs, a type of emergency information sign, are recognised by white text on a green background. Signs can also feature symbols or additional information and comply with AS1319.

Assembly point signs show the location of the meeting point in case of evacuation from a building.

Australian Standard 1319 specifies the requirements for each of the following signs: Danger Signs, Emergency Signs, Fire Signs, Mandatory Signs, Prohibition Signs, Warning Signs.

All our signs within these categories are designed and manufactured in compliance with Australian Standard 1319.

Barrier signs provide an effective way of communicating temporary traffic, roadworks, hazard and parking information to the public.

After choosing the signs that you need, you can purchase barrier boards and barrier mesh to be able to erect your signs so they are clearly visible. We also sell barrier tape to cordon off areas and expandable barriers that can be lengthened and shortened as required.

Bathroom signs inform the public where the bathroom facilities are.

Bathroom signs can be blue and white, or white and black. They can show a male or female figure for easy recognition by any nationality and may also be accompanied by the written term. Unisex toilets are shown by the inclusion of both male and female figures.

Disabled toilets are recognised by a white wheelchair symbol and the word ‘TOILET’ in white text on a blue background.

Hygiene safety and notices display information about bathroom use.

Beware of dog signs indicate to potential intruders that guard dogs are present and deter them from entering your premises.

As guard dogs are used as a security measure, a security sign can be used. A Security sign is recognised with the word ‘SECURITY’ in yellow italic text on a black rectangle, with additional information and an image regarding the guard dog below.

Australian Standard 1319-1994 states that biohazard signs should be used to indicate a hazardous situation where injuries may occur. Biohazard signs warn of the dangers of working with and being in proximity to biohazard materials.

When there is a possibility of death, a Danger Sign should be used.

Biohazard signs are recognised by a hazard symbol with a black triangle around it and black text on a yellow background.

Braille signs communicate instructions and information to blind and near-blind members of the public. Signs that give directions to toilets, first aid, hearing loops, stairs, and entries & exits have a white image and text on a blue background, with braille text near the bottom of the sign.

Signs that label parts of a building are grey with black text, with braille underneath. Fire exit signs have white text on a red background with braille text at the bottom.

Braille signs comply with BCA 2011 Volume One, Section D3.6, of the Building Code of Australia and Australian Standard AS 1428.1. All buildings approved after 1 May 2011 must display either left hand or right-hand transfer.

Building signs communicate building-related information to workers and the public.

Basic information is shown with black text on a white background. No smoking or designated smoking area signs are red and white. Bathroom signs are blue with a white image and text indicating male or female.

Parking signs provide information to drivers on where and how long they can park for. General parking signs that give specific information to cyclists and drivers of motorcycles, cars, buses and service vehicles are white with either red, green or black text.

Disabled parking signs are to have a white wheelchair symbol on a blue background. The words ‘DISABLED PARKING’ or ‘RESERVED PARKING’ may also be used.

 

Car signs provide general parking and traffic information to drivers.

Warning signs have black text and sometimes a black image on a yellow background. Parking signs provide information about where drivers can and cannot park. These can have black, red, green or blue text on a white background.

Stop signs are shown by a red hexagon with white text and conform to AS 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906.

Caution hot signs communicate the presence of hot surfaces and works which may or may not be life threatening.

When the hot hazard is life threatening, a danger sign should be used. This is recognised by the word ‘Danger’ on a red oval on top of a black rectangle. When the hazard is non-life-threatening, a warning sign must be used in compliance with AS 1319. A warning sign is to have a black triangle on a yellow background.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Caution signs provide a temporary or permanent warning to the public and workers about potential hazards or obstacles. A caution sign is recognised by the word ‘CAUTION’ in yellow text on a black rectangle on a yellow background.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CAUTION SIGNS DO NOT COMPLY WITH AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS HOWEVER WE CAN MAKE THESE ON REQUEST. 

Signs are made to order so text of up to 20 words can be added as appropriate.

CCTV signs act as a warning to thieves and intruders that there are cameras operating in the area.

A security sign is used and should be placed in access points to the property. A security sign is recognised by the words ‘Security’ in yellow text on a black rectangle at the top of a yellow sign with additional black text explaining that there is video surveillance. Sometimes an image of a camera is used.

Chemical signs convey to workers and the public that chemicals are being used or stored in certain areas of a business or property.

When the chemical hazard can be life threatening, a Danger sign should be used, recognised by the word DANGER in white letters on a red oval in a black rectangle. Danger signs comply with AS 1319.

Other chemical signs available include Hazchem signs, bulk storage signs and emergency signs for instructions on what to do when contact with corrosive chemicals occurs.

Cleaning signs inform the public and workers that cleaning is taking place in a particular area. As there is a non-life-threatening hazard of wet floors, a warning sign should be placed on the floor so that it is visible from different directions.

A plastic A frame sign can be used or a 4-sided cone with labels on each side.

Construction site signs provide information to the public and workers present on a construction site. General instructions and layout information are communicated with signs that have black text on a white background.

When there is a particular hazard or hazardous condition that is likely to be life-threatening, Australian Standard 1319 specifies that Danger Signs should be used. A Danger Sign is recognised by the word ‘Danger’ in white letters on a red oval inside a black background.

Help reduce the spread of germs in the workplace with our range of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Signage.

Signage can be used to communicate Workplace Coronavirus (Covid-19) Prevention Strategies to staff and visitors.

Mandatory Signs to order the compulsory washing of hands are recognised by a white symbol on a blue circle, with black text on a white background. Hygiene Safety signs consist of white text on a green background with additional instructions in black text. To show that handshaking is not acceptable, a black symbol with red annulus and back slash communicates this message.

If you cannot find exactly what you are looking for, please contact us and we can make a customised sign to meet your requirements.

Corrosive signs communicate that corrosive chemicals are being stored or are in use on site. Signs should be placed at both the building entrance and in the place where the chemicals are kept.

AS 1319 states that a warning sign should be used when there are non-life-threatening hazards, which can be recognised by a black triangle on a yellow background. A danger sign should be used when a life-threatening hazard is present. Danger signs have the word ‘Danger’ in white text on a red oval inside a black rectangle, with additional information below.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Customer parking only signs inform drivers that spaces outside stores and businesses are reserved for customers.

Signs can also be placed in areas reserved for customer pickups, for example, near a loading bay at a furniture or building supplies store.

As well as signs, stencils can be purchased to spray paint ‘customer parking’ on a wall and/or on the ground.

Danger high voltage signs inform the public and workers that they are in or near a high voltage hazard.

When the high voltage hazard is life threatening, a danger sign should be used. This is recognised by the word ‘Danger’ on a red oval on top of a black rectangle. When the high voltage hazard is non-life threatening, AS 1319 states that a warning sign must be used. A warning sign is to have a black triangle on a yellow background.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Australian Standard 1319 specifies that Danger Signs should be used to warn of a particular hazard or hazardous condition that is likely to be life-threatening.

For all non life-threatening conditions a Warning Sign should be used.

Danger Signs are to incorporate the word ‘Danger’ in white letters on a red oval inside a black background.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Disabled parking signs provide information to drivers regarding parks that are reserved for disabled drivers close to the entrance of a business, supermarket or shopping centre.

A disabled sign is recognised by a white wheelchair symbol on a blue background, accompanied by the words ‘DISABLED PARKING’ or ‘RESERVED PARKING’. Signs can also be produced with a wheelchair symbol and a directional arrow to indicate that a section of road or carparks are reserved for disabled drivers.

Australian Standard 1319:1994 requires Do Not Enter signs to protect both the public and workers from areas on a building site.

Areas where there is the possibility of death need to have a sign with the red Danger symbol on a black background above additional black text on a white background.

When death is not a possibility, but only certain people can access an area, a Restricted Area, Authorised Personnel Only sign can be used.

Driving signs communicate traffic, parking and safety information to drivers. Signs are used to convey temporary and permanent speed limits, the correct direction of travel, potential hazards and prohibited manoeuvres.

To warn of potential hazards, a yellow diamond sign can be used with a black image or symbol. When an activity is prohibited, a Prohibition sign should be used featuring a symbol with a red annulus and back slash.

All road signs conform to AS 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906.

Electrical hazard signs communicate that there is a risk to life from electrical equipment or hazards in a workplace.

As the hazards are life threatening, AS 1319 states that a Danger sign must be used. A Danger sign is recognised by the word ‘DANGER’ in white text on a red oval on a black rectangle. Additional text regarding the electrical hazard sits below.

In case of an emergency, emergency exit signs direct the public to the nearest evacuation point from a building.

Signs are recognised by the words ‘Emergency Exit’ in white text on a green background. The words ‘Alarm will sound’ may also be used to inform that an alarm will go off upon exit.

As building lights may go out in emergency situations, luminous signs are a preferred choice for this type of sign. They absorb light and are rechargeable by light, so that they glow in the dark after light exposure and make it easier to find an exit.

Non-luminous signs are also available.

Australian Standard 1319 specifies that Emergency Information Signs should indicate the location of, or directions to, emergency related facilities such as exits, safety equipment or first aid facilities.

Emergency Information Signs shall comprise a white symbol or words (or both) on a green rectangular sign.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Environment signs provide information to the public and workers about initiatives your company has in place to reduce its impact on the environment.

Help Our Planet signs are recognised by white text and a tree symbol on a green rectangle with additional text promoting recycling and energy-saving measures.

Other environment signs are used for labelling waste management systems and informing about water restrictions.

Evacuation signs provide information to the public about what should happen and where they can evacuate in the event of an emergency.

As emergency information signs, evacuation signs comply with AS 1319 and are recognised by white text and/or symbols on a green rectangular sign. Evacuation route signs are to have a directional arrow showing the way to the exit. Luminous signs allow the public to find the exit even in event of a power cut, but non-luminous signs are also available.

Exit and emergency exit signs direct people to the nearest evacuation point in the event of an emergency.

Exit signs are recognised by the word ‘EXIT’ in white letters on a green background. Sometimes a running man image is used in conjunction.

Exit signs should be clearly visible to the public at appropriate doorways and exit routes. Both luminous and non-luminous materials are available, but as luminous signs are rechargeable by light, they can provide assistance in situations when the lights go out.

Farm signs are used on farms to communicate information and warnings to visitors.

When there is a non-life-threatening hazard or hazardous condition such as horses, snakes, spraying or dusty roads, a Warning sign should be used that complies with AS 1319. A Warning sign is recognised by a yellow triangle with a black exclamation mark, plus any additional text relevant to the situation.

Other farm signs include no trespassing, security signs and traffic signs informing drivers of livestock that may be on the public road. All Road Signs conform to AS 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906.

Made in compliance with AS 1319, fire alarm signs communicate the location of a fire alarm in the event that a fire starts in your place of business.

Signs are recognised by white text on a red background along with an arrow or symbol.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

In compliance with Australian Standard 1319, fire blanket signs should be placed in the location where blankets are kept in case of fire.

Signs are recognised by a picture on a red background with the words ‘Fire Blanket’.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Fire exit signs communicate to the public where the closest exit is for evacuation of a building in case of fire or emergency.

Fire exit signs to move people to safety are recognised by the words ‘FIRE EXIT’ in white text on a green background.  Fire signs which have a red background and a left or right arrow advise the location of fire alarms and firefighting facilities and comply with AS 1319. 

Braille signs are also available and comply with BCA 2011 Volume One, Section D3.6, of the Building Code of Australia and Australian Standard AS 1428.1.

Fire extinguisher signs indicate to the public the location of a fire extinguisher in case of an emergency. They are recognised by a white symbol on a red background with the words ‘FIRE EXTINGUISHER’, and should be secured to the wall two metres from the ground for clear visibility.

Fire extinguisher discs are used to label different types of fire extinguishers and communicate the type of fire that they can be used for.

Fire hose signs show the location of hoses in the event of fire and conform to Australian Standard 1319. Signs can be square or rectangle and feature white text on a red background. A hose reel symbol or an arrow may also be shown.

When a hydrant is also present, a sign with the words ‘Fire hydrant & hose reel’ may be used.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Fire hydrant signs indicate to the public where fire hydrants are situated, so that their access is not blocked in the event that the fire service or staff needs to access the hydrant.

Fire hydrant signs comply with Australian Standard AS2419.1-1994 and are recognised by white text on a red background. When the sign needs to communicate that a hose is also present, a hose symbol may be used.

For trouble-free application on walls, cupboards or doors, application tape is provided with computer cut text.

Australian Standard 1319 specifies that Fire Signs should advise the location of fire alarms and fire fighting facilities.

Fire Signs shall comprise a red rectangular sign with a white symbol or words (or both).

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Our collection of fire warden signs includes hard hat labels and arm bands to be worn by the fire warden(s) at your place of business.

Hard hat labels measure 50mm in diameter and are made from self-stick vinyl. Text variations include Area Warden, Chief Warden, Deputy Chief Warden, Warden and Fire Warden so you can choose the appropriate labels for your business.

Fire warden arm bands are available with five different messages and are made from a highly visible, reflective material.

We also sell red hard hats at an additional cost.

First Aid Signs are specified by Australian Standard 1319 as an Emergency Information Sign since they show the location of first aid facilities. They can be used on the door of a first aid office or to show the direction to the area where first aid is conducted.

A First Aid Sign has a green background, with either a white symbol or words. Some signs may have both.

Floor signs are used as a visual reminder for both pedestrians and forklift drivers. 

Made from an aggressive self adhesive vinyl, these signs will stick to most sealed concrete floors and are protected with a clear textured overlaminate that is non slip for durability. 

Add some humour to your office, bar or pool room with our range of fun and novelty signs. Fun signs can be used for a variety of occasions and at first glance look similar to a road sign, warning sign or danger sign.

You can purchase a fun sign to give as a gift or to create a talking point for your home or office. If you don’t see one that you like, we can make a custom sign to meet your needs.

Hazard signs indicate to the public and workers that there is the possibility of death or injury due to the hazardous conditions. 

Australian Standard 1319 dictates that when a hazard could cause injury, a Warning Sign should be used. This has an exclamation mark on a yellow triangle. If there is the possibility of death, a Danger Sign with white lettering on a red oval over a black background must be used.

Hazchem signs are displayed on storage containers and vehicles to indicate that dangerous chemicals or substances are present.

Hazchem GHS signs are globally recognised as the correct classification and labelling method. These signs have a black image on a white background inside a red diamond.

Where dangerous goods are kept on site, such as flammable liquids, a Hazchem sign with black text and image on a red triangle should be displayed where the goods are kept and at the entrance to the building.

All Hazchem Signs comply with the requirements of Australian Standard AS 1216

Hazmat signs inform workers and the public that hazardous materials are being used or stored at a place of business.

When the hazardous materials present a non-life threatening situation, AS 1319 states that a Warning sign should be used. These are recognised by a black triangle on a yellow background. If there is a risk to life, a Danger sign must be used. These are to have the word ‘Danger’ in white letters on a red oval on a black rectangle, which additional information below.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Keep clear signs are used to communicate to the public that an area must be kept clear of vehicles and pedestrians.

There are a range of formats to choose from depending on the specific circumstances of where the sign will be used.

When the area must be kept clear as there is a life-threatening hazard, a danger sign must be used. A warning sign is to be used when there are potential non-life-threatening hazards. When using a keep clear sign in a car park, a white sign with black or red text can be used.

Australian Standard 1319 requires that a Danger sign should be used when there is a life-threatening situation. If your Keep Out sign is to avoid the risk of death, it should display the word Danger in white letters on a red oval with a black background.

Additional black text on a white background below the Danger sign can simply mention Keep Out or give a reason for the instruction.

Australian Standard 1319 specifies that Mandatory Signs should be used to indicate than an instruction should be carried out.

These signs usually incorporate the word MUST in the message.

Mandatory Signs are to have a white symbol within a blue disc.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Manual handling signs indicate that there are manual handling hazards present, and aim to prevent injury.

These signs have the words ‘AVOID AN ACCIDENT’ with additional information text in black, under an image of the possible danger with a red annulus and back slash.

Possible dangers that can be communicated include climbing on equipment, jumping from heights, carrying goods and storing loads.

No Entry Signs are used to avoid the public entering into a dangerous area where injury or death may occur or into a private area with sensitive information.

Australian Standard 1319 states that when death may occur, a Danger Sign must be used. When there is the risk of injury, a Warning Sign should be used. Danger Signs have a red oval with white text on a black background. Warning Signs have black text on a yellow background.

No exit signs can be used on private property, roads and carparks to show drivers and pedestrians where they can and can’t exit.

When exiting is prohibited, a prohibition sign must be used. In compliance with AS 1319, prohibition signs feature a symbol with a red annulus and back slash on a white background to show that an activity is not permitted.

A No Parking sign indicates to drivers that parking is not permitted in a particular area.

These signs are recognised with red text on a white rectangle background, or the words ‘No Parking’ in white text on a red background.

Sometimes prohibition signs are used to communicate parking information, with a black P on a white background with a red annulus and slash symbol.

No parking signs comply with AS/NZS 1906.1:1993.

When smoking is not allowed, Australian Standard 1319 states that a Prohibition Sign be used. This shows a cigarette symbol with a red annulus and back slash on a white background, with optional text.

When smoking could cause a fatal incident a Danger Sign must be used. The Danger Sign should have white text on a red oval with a black background.

No smoking signs can also be used to indicate designated smoking areas.

A no stopping sign indicates to drivers that it is not possible to stop a vehicle in an area for any reason.

No stopping signs are to have the words ‘NO PARKING’ in white text on a red background. A left-pointing, right-pointing or double-sided arrows must also be displayed at the bottom of the sign to provide further information to drivers about where the rule applies.

No Trespassing signs indicate to the public that access to a building or property is not permitted.

Signs that are used on private property use black text on a white background with the words ‘NO TRESPASSING’, often accompanied by additional information regarding prosecution.

Warning signs are also used to fend off trespassers, and are recognised by the word ‘WARNING’ in yellow text on a black rectangle, with additional information. Warning signs comply with AS 1319 to specify that there is a non-life threatening hazard or hazardous condition.

A Security sign is an alternative option to inform the public that surveillance cameras are in use.

Notice authorised personnel only signs inform workers and the public that certain areas or rooms are off limits to people without the proper authority to enter.

AS 1319 states that a warning sign should be used when there are non-life-threatening hazards, which can be recognised by a black triangle on a yellow background. A danger sign should be used when a life-threatening hazard is present. Danger signs have the word ‘Danger’ in white text on a red oval inside a black rectangle, with additional information below.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

One way signs are regulatory signs in the R2 Direction series of road signs and provide information to drivers about the direction they should travel to avoid an accident.

Complying with Australian Standard AS1742.1-2014 and AS1743-2001, a one way sign is recognised by the words ‘ONE WAY’ in black text with either a left or right pointing arrow to indicate the direction of traffic.

Open closed signs provide information and instructions about your building or business. White signs with black text can be used to show whether your business is open or closed, or inform the public and workers about closing doors.

When a non-life-threatening hazard is present with the opening and closing of doors, a Warning sign should be used. AS 1319 states that a Warning sign has a black triangle on a yellow background.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Open signs can be used to show a business is open or give instructions or warnings about what will happen if a door is opened. When there is the risk of injury, a Warning Sign should be used. Warning Signs have black text on a yellow background.

When giving instructions to employees or the public, a Notice Sign can be used. A Notice Sign has the word Notice in white text on a blue background with additional black text on a white background below.

Parking signs communicate instructions to drivers about where they are able to park. Signs can indicate that areas are only suitable for parking by disabled persons, buses, taxis or permit holders. No Parking signs have a white background with a red annulus and slash symbol.

Non-reflective signs are not clearly visible at night so should be used only in places where their purpose is needed during daylight hours.

Pedestrian crossing signs indicate to drivers that they should prepare to stop for pedestrians. Giving way to may be required at busy pedestrian sections and is legally required by drivers at crossings.

Pedestrian crossing signs are recognised by a yellow background with a black walking symbol that complies with Australian Standards, 1742, 1743 and 1906.

When pedestrians need to be directed on private property, a yellow sign with a black arrow may be used to guide pedestrians in the right direction.

Pedestrian signs communicate information to pedestrians about where they can walk and how to keep safe.

Signs are recognised by black text on a yellow background and have an arrow or image as needed.

A pedestrian sign can use a left, right or forward arrow to show the direction of walking, or may indicate a potential hazard such as a step.

Where pedestrians are not permitted, a walking figure symbol is used on a white background with a red annulus and back slash.

Pipe Markers are a quick way to identify contents in a pipe, especially in emergency situations. Standards for Pipe Identification in Australia are outlined in AS 1345-1995. 
A Pipe Marker is a label that shows what is inside the pipe and the direction it flows in. Simply cut off the arrow indicator that is not required and apply to the pipe. 
Our pipe markers are made of self stick vinyl and are available in 3 sizes.

If you cannot find the exact label that you are looking for, please contact us for a custom quote

Pool signs provide safety instructions to the public and inform of activities that are not allowed in the area.

Australian Standard 1319 requires that when an action or activity is not permitted, a Prohibition sign is used.

A Prohibition Pool Sign should have a red annulus and slash symbol for banned activities on a white background.

PPE signs provide important instructions for workers that must be carried out such as wearing eye protection, head protection, an apron or breathing apparatus. Australian Standard 1319 states that Mandatory Signs must be used for PPE signs. Mandatory Signs show a white symbol on a blue disc background. There may also be black text on a white background to provide written instructions.

Private property signs inform the public that an area of land is privately owned, and it is not permitted to enter.

Signs have black text on a white background and are to be placed at access points to a property such as a gate or driveway.

A private property sign includes the words ‘PRIVATE PROPERTY’ but may also state ‘NO TRESPASSERS’ or ‘NO ACCESS’.

Australian Standard 1319 specifies that Prohibition Signs should be used to indicate that an action or activity is not permitted.

Prohibition signs are to have a white background with a red annulus and slash symbol.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Property signs communicate information about a property to the public. Signs may provide information to trespassers regarding private property, that water restrictions are in place, or provide a warning about security or potential hazards on the property.

When there is a hazard or hazardous condition on the property that is not life threatening, a Warning Sign should be used that complies with AS 1319. A Warning Sign should have a yellow background with a black triangle and exclamation mark or symbol. If there is a hazard this is life threatening, a Danger Sign should be used.

Radiation signs communicate a warning to workers and the public that there is a hazard that is not considered life threatening. To comply with AS 1319, a Warning Sign must have a black triangle on a yellow background. A radiation symbol sits inside the triangle with additional text below.

When the radiation hazard is considered to be life-threatening, a Danger Sign must be used. A Danger Sign has the word ‘DANGER’ in white letters on a red oval inside a black background. 

Reception signs are recognised by black text on a white background to inform employees and visitors the location of the reception area. Signs may be used to label the reception area or inform visitors that they must report to reception upon arrival to the property.

A security sign may be used to inform visitors that security measures in place. A security sign features the word ‘SECURITY’ in italic yellow text on a black rectangle, with additional information below.

Recycle signs are used to encourage the act of recycling and have green and white text and pictures. They may also have black text. You can place recycle signs near or on bins that are used for separating bottles, plastic, paper and cardboard.

Recycled water signs indicate that water is not safe to drink. These are identified by a tap and drinking glass in a red circle with a red line through it.

Reserved parking signs communicate to drivers about where they can and cannot park and can be placed in a public or workplace car park.

Signs can be white with black or green text and placed in those areas reserved for employees or specified persons.

Where car parks are reserved for disabled drivers, a disabled reserved parking sign should be used. This type of sign is recognised by a white wheelchair symbol on a blue square with the words ‘RESERVED PARKING’.

Resident parking only signs are car parking signs used to communicate to the public that specific car parks are reserved for the residents of adjacent housing complexes.

Standard signs are made with black text on a white background. Custom signs can be made to include arrows or time restrictions.

Restricted area signs help to maintain safety in the workplace and public areas by communicating risks of unauthorised personnel entering areas that are off limits.

Signs are recognised by the words ‘RESTRICTED AREA’ in white letters on a red rectangle, with additional black text on a white background below. Further information can inform the reason the area is restricted or what will happen if a person enters.

You can choose from one of our standard Restricted Area signs or we can make a custom sign suitable for your workplace.

Road closed signs are used to inform drivers of temporary road closures when roadworks are taking place, and are recognised by black text on a yellow background. These signs are used with a multi message frame that can easily be moved from place to place.

Multi message frame legs and flags are sold separately.

Road safety signs communicate information to drivers and pedestrians about the direction of travel and safety instructions.

Signs can convey the speed limit, potential hazards such as speed bumps or slippery roads, what to do at an intersection or roundabout, that roadworks are up ahead, and what driving manoeuvres are not permitted.

All road signs comply with AS 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906.

Roadwork ahead signs communicate to the public that there are roadworks on the road ahead and that drivers should exercise caution while approaching.

Signs are recognised by black text on a yellow background and can be purchased as a box edge sign or a multi message frame sign. All road signs comply with AS 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906.

Legs for box edge signs and multi message frames are available to purchase.

Road work signs comply with AS 1742.3-2009 and are used to provide information to the public about works that are taking place.

Road work signs must be clearly visible to drivers and pedestrians and give appropriate instructions on how to move through a section of road.

As well as signs, temporary sign legs and barrier boards are available for purchase.

School signs are placed at the entrance to a school or on the perimeter to provide information to the public. Signs may convey that the school property is not for public use, the school is a smoke-free zone, or that standing or parking is not permitted during school hours.

Prohibition signs are recognised by a black symbol on a white background with a red annulus and back slash.

Other signs display information in black or red text on a white background.

Security camera signs can be placed on the perimeter of your residential or business property to inform the public that camera surveillance is in operation. Cameras act as a deterrent to potential intruders so signs should be clearly placed in access points to the property, and it may be suitable to have a number of signs.

Security signs are to have the word ‘SECURITY’ in yellow italic text on a black rectangle with additional information below.

Security signs warn intruders that there are security measures in place at a business or workplace. The sign may indicate that there is video surveillance, alarms, or that security guards are present. Security signs can also warn that vehicles or personal property is at risk.

A security sign can be recognised by the word ‘Security’ in yellow letters on a black background, on top of a yellow background with further information in black text.

Australian Standard 1319 indicates that a Warning Sign should be used when there is the risk of injury. A Slippery When Wet sign has black text on a yellow background, with a black triangle and a symbol. The symbol shows a figure slipping over.

This type of sign should be placed in a position that is clearly visible for people to see. More than one sign may be needed if people can approach the area from different angles.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Health requires everyone to practise social distancing to slow the spread of the virus, whether at home or in public spaces.

Social Distancing Signs advise and remind people to avoid physical contact and keep their distance from each other.

Learn more about physical distancing and other related practices in Australia here.

A speed sign communicates to drivers the safe or legal speed that they can travel on a road or section of road.

Speed signs for school or forklift use have a black number inside a red circle on a white background.

Traffic control signs for use in car parks, work sites, and where there are road works are recognised by a white sign with the words ‘SPEED LIMIT’ and a number in black.

A stop sign is recognised by white text on a red background. Traffic signs are in the shape of a hexagon and conform to Australian Standards 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906.

When an action is not permitted, Australian Standard 1319 specifies that a Prohibition Sign must be used. This indicates to the public which activities are not allowed by using a red annulus and back slash on a white background.

Other forms of stop signs can be used to inform the public that they need to prepare to stop or to warn of no entry to an area.

Street signs indicate to the public that there are instructions to follow. They can also warn drivers of potential hazards. Road Signs conform to AS 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906.

Warning signs have black text or a black diagram on a yellow background. Prohibition signs have a white background with a red annulus and slash symbol. Directional signs have a black arrow and text on a white background.

Toilet signs provide information to the public about where bathroom facilities are located.

Signs can be blue and white, grey and black, or white and black. They can show a male or female figure for easy recognition by any nationality and may also be accompanied by the word ‘TOILET’ or ‘RESTROOMS’. Unisex toilets are shown by the inclusion of both male and female figures.

Disabled toilets are indicated by a white wheelchair symbol and the word ‘TOILET’ in white text on a blue background.

Traffic control signs are used to communicate to drivers and pedestrians about road hazards, temporary changes in road conditions, roadworks, and the safest way to travel in a car or by foot.

Signs can provide information about a change in the speed limit, a detour route, hazards caused by roadworks or how to approach an upcoming section of road.

All Road Signs conform to AS 1742, AS 1743 and AS 1906. Sign legs and frame flags are also available for purchase.

On this page you can find products to use to provide warnings or instructions to the public when there are road works taking place. Traffic signs give instructions to pedestrians or drivers, indicate the speed a vehicle can travel at, and provide warnings about potential hazards.

Other traffic products include barrier boards, barrier mesh, traffic cones and hazard warning lights to safely mark the area where road works are under way.

When an employee or member of the public is at risk of tripping over hazards such as tools, cables and materials, trip hazard signs should be placed in clear view.

As the trip hazard is non-life threatening, a Warning sign should be used. Warning signs feature a black triangle on a yellow background, with a symbol and text in line with AS 1319.

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Truck signs communicate to the public traffic and parking information regarding trucks.

Yellow vehicle signs with black text can be placed on a truck to advise other drivers about its length or size, or that a learner driver is behind the wheel.

Mandatory signs recognised by a white truck symbol inside a blue circle on a white background provide compulsory instructions to truck drivers. Warning signs and danger signs can be used when there is a non-life threatening or life-threatening hazard concerning trucks.

Under construction signs are used on building sites to provide information and warnings to the public. Signs may communicate details of the construction project, instructions for visitors, enforced work times or the location of the site office.

When there are life-threatening hazards on the construction site, a danger sign must be used in compliance with Australian Standard 1319. A danger sign has the word ‘Danger’ in white text on a red oval inside a black rectangle, with additional information below.

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Vehicle signage is made from reflective material and are used to provide information about the vehicle to surrounding traffic. These signs signal to other drivers that a vehicle is oversized or that the driver is under instruction.

Vehicle signs can be recognised by black text on a yellow background.

Vinyl lettering can be used for labelling rooms, offices or areas in your business. The plain black text comes as a computer cutout and can be applied directly to a wall or door. Vinyl text comes in different sizes and allows clear identification of the area without the need for a sign.

Vinyl text is easy to apply and can be removed without damaging the surface.

Visitor parking signs can be placed outside your business to show visitors where they are able to park. Signs can feature black or green text on a white portrait or landscape rectangle.

Stencils are an alternative to signs, with text spray painted onto walls and parks as appropriate.

Australian Standard 1319 specifies that Warning Signs should be used to warn of a hazard or hazardous condition that is not likely to be life threatening. For all life threatening conditions a Danger Sign should be used.

Warning Signs shall comprise the yellow triangle with a black exclamation mark.

Learn more about Australian Standards here.

Wash hands signs remind workers and the public about the importance of personal hygiene.

Australian Standard 1319 requires that a Mandatory Sign be used when an instruction such as hands must be washed before returning to work should be executed. A Mandatory Sign features the word MUST and has a blue disc with a white symbol on it.

An Emergency Information sign with a white symbol on green background can also be used for washing hands.

Water safety signs communicate rules and regulations to swimmers regarding the use of a swimming or spa pool.

Where an activity is not allowed, a Prohibition sign featuring a symbol with a red annulus and back slash should be used that complies with AS 1319.

A notice sign can be used for mandatory instructions, and a danger sign must be used when there is a threat to life. Other water safety signs inform of how deep a pool is and what rules are to be followed when in use.

 

A wet floor sign indicates that an area of the floor is wet and may be slippery. It is yellow with black text, and has a red triangle with a figure falling. A wet floor sign should be placed out in areas where the public or workers may transit through as soon as the wet floor noticed or if cleaning is underway.

Made from lightweight and durable polypropylene, wet floor signs are easily portable and can be folded down for storage.