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Supplier: Jabac

It's a VISUAL thing. Prevent Injury and ensure staff safety


Safety Signs are crucial in any work environment. The primary importance of displaying Safety Signs is to prevent injury and ensure staff and visitors are well aware of the possible dangers and hazards ahead in certain situations and/or environments. Without signs, many employees would lack the necessary direction in times of crisis, and employers might find themselves in significant legal difficulties if any accidents were to arise as a result.

By ensuring the workplace is sufficiently well signed, you can help protect your staff and visitors to the site, particularly members of the public, against the possible dangers that may be unnoticed - leading to less industrial accidents and reduced risk to employees and passerby’s.

At Jabac we have the widest range of legends for you to choose from to ensure you can create a safe, well identified facility. Our range of Safety Signs are designed to meet Australian Standard 1319 which outlines specific parameters for safety signs in an occupational environment.

  • All our signs are printed with ink that meets the needs for high scratch resistance and outdoor signage display
  • Articulate and clean, all signs received will have no scratches, specks of paints or scuff marks
  • Our printed colour is bright, vibrant and consistent.
  • Pictograms are designed to meet the International Organisation of Standardisation; detailed and recognisable to communicate hazards and actions without the needs for words
  • Crisp lines, text, and images.

Prohibition Signs
Signs that specify behaviour or actions which are not permitted. The annulus and slash should be depicted in red over the action symbol in black. Sign wording, if necessary, is in black lettering on a white background.

Warning Signs
To warn of hazards or a hazardous condition that is not likely to be life-threatening. The hazard symbol
should be black on a yellow background and a triangle should be depicted around the hazard symbol. Sign wording, if necessary, is in black lettering on a yellow background.

Fire Signs
Advise the location of fire alarms and fire fighting equipment. They contain a white symbol and/or
text on a red background.

Emergency Information Signs
Indicate the location of, or directions to emergency related facilities (exits, first aid, safety equipment, etc). These signs feature a white symbol and/or text on a green background.

Danger Signs
For warning when a hazard or a hazardous condition is likely to be life-threatening. The word “Danger” is featured inside a red oval inside a black rectangle.

General Information Signs
These signs are not referred in AS1319, however are available due to popular demand. They communicate information of a general nature and often refer to Housekeeping, Company Practices and Logistics.