We produce a full range of Government approved safety diamonds, self adhesive stickers and signs.
Safety signs (Vinyl stickers) – can be applied to aluminium or corflute, to produce a sign, at an extra fee.
Safety Signs (Stickers) Pricing Guide
• All prices include GST
|Size||Each||Packs of 5||Packs of 20|
|250 x 250 mm||$7||$30||$100|
|Mounted on Corflute||Add $3 per sticker||Call for a quote||Call for a quote|
|Mounted on Aluminium||Add $7 per sticker||Call for a quote||Call for a quote|
Call us for a quote and to discuss your specific sticker needs. We’ll give you professional advice, personalised service, quality printing and great value for money.
• Available as Banner or Solid Backing
Also available to purchase online – http://mylagraphics.bigcartel.com/product/safety-signs-vinyl-stickers
Safety Signs are crucial in any work environment. The primary importance of displaying a Safety Signs is to prevent injury and ensure staff and visitors are well aware of the possible dangers and hazards. 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 passer by’s.
- Representation and Participation
- General Risk and Workplace Management
- Hazardous Work (falls, noise, confined space, manual tasks)
- Plants and Structures (control of risk, guarding, emergency stop, scaffolds)
- Construction Work
- Hazardous Chemicals
- Major Hazard Facilities
Throughout Australia various Work Health and Safety requirements across a number of industries are constantly being refined to ensure our national workforce is protected in the work environment. For precise jurisdictional requirements we recommend that you contact your local administrators – www.whs.qld.gov.au