International Standard ISO 7010:2003 - Graphical symbols: Safety signs in workplaces and public areas
International Standard ISO 7010 was published to confirm the correct design for safety signs for the purposes of accident prevention, fire protection, health hazard information and emergency evacuation, and will apply generally to all types of premises, particularly workplaces, and all premises where there is a requirement for safety information to be communicated by way of safety signs.
The purpose of this new Standard was to solve any confusion that exists about the design of safety signs. The other specifically new requirement is that all safety signs are now required to be illuminated at all material times (times during which the emergency lighting is required to be illuminated, e.g. at all times that persons are on the premises, or at times the main lighting is not available, according to the regulations and conditions of certificate or license as appropriate). A simple way of achieving this is by using photoluminescent materials.
JALITE`s range of photoluminescent signs satisfy these new Standards. The range of JALITE AAA signs are manufactured to ensure a cost effective and guaranteed source of illumination under emergency conditions either during power failure or when smoke obscures ceiling lights or emergency lighting.
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