What is it?
The Safety Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 (Chapter 1 of Part 7: Safety Signs at Places of Work) provides the guidelines for the legal requirements that applies whenever a hazard or danger cannot be avoided adequately or reduced in another way in a work place.
What is a signboard?
A signboard is a sign that provides information or instruction using a combination of shape, colour and symbols but excludes information in writing.
Why must safety signboards not contain text?
This is because the symbols or pictograms on a signboard are intended to be understood, independently of the language ability of the worker viewing it.
• Red for prohibition
• Yellow for caution
• Green for positive action
• Blue for mandatory actions
• O Discs for prohibitions and instructions
• Δ Triangles for warnings
• □ Squares and rectangles for emergency and information signs
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