Caterlink

June 15, 2011 0 Comments

On behalf of Caterlink, I would like to thank all of you at Australian Safety Signs for your professional customer service (ie. You’ve attended my queries within 5 minutes!) and hassle free online ordering. We are happy with your competitive prices as well as the high quality of products we've received. We’ll definitely come back for more!

Dime
www.caterlink.com.au


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Safety Sign legible viewing distance guide
Signs should be large enough to view without straining the eyes when communicating safety messages to employees and/or visitors. Therefore, choosing the size of a sign is more than fitting it to the space you have available. In order to comply with AS 1319, you must consider the environment, lighting and viewing distance – these factors will determine the size of sign required to suit your application. The recommended minimum sizes as per AS 1319 are as follow. For a pictogram and worded sign in a factory or work environment, where lighting is good and the sign will be mounted in a reasonably prominent position: