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  ISO - International Organization for Standardization
ISO 3864-1:2002 establishes the safety identification colours and design principles for safety signs to be used in workplaces and in public areas for the purpose of accident prevention, fire protection, health hazard information and emergency evacuation.
ISO 3864-1:2002 is applicable to workplaces and all locations and all sectors where safety-related questions may be posed.
However, it is not applicable to the signalling used for guiding rail, road, river, maritime and air traffic and, generally speaking, to those sectors subject to a regulation which may differ.
www.iso.ch /iso/en/CatalogueDetailPage.CatalogueDetail?CSNUMBER=23670   (158 words)

 SFS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
ISO 7010:2003 is generally applicable to safety signs in workplaces and all locations and all sectors where safety-related questions may be posed.
ISO 7010:2003 specifies the safety sign originals that may be scaled for reproduction and application purposes.
Although the copies of this International Standard printed by ISO have been produced to correspond (with an acceptable tolerance as judged by the naked eye) to the requirements of ISO 3864-1, it is not intended that these printed copies be used for colour matching.
www.sfs.fi /luettelo/iso.php?standard=031019   (255 words)

 ISO 3864 Safety Signs and Posters
ISO 3864 creates standards for graphics based safety signs and posters.
Another standard ANSI Z.535 is incompatible with ISO 3864 because it includes text in it's requirements.
While ISO 3864 graphics are not required by businesses who do not have global applications, they are seen as increasing the success of a business in terms of worker output.
www.safetysignsandposters.com /iso3864safetysigns.htm   (103 words)

 CE ARG-Peckham
ISO 3864 defines four basic formats for safety signs, which are illustrated in Figure 2.
The one ISO 3864 sign format that does have a high comprehension value in the United States is the prohibition symbol.
Back in 1995, the U.S. delegation to the standardization activities of the ISO felt that all it could achieve was possible harmonization of the colors and symbols stipulated in the ANSI Z535 and ISO 3864 standards.
www.ce-mag.com /ARG/Peckham.html   (4296 words)

 SafetySign - cldr
ISO recommends that, to increase the understanding of the safety labels and its components, product manufacturers should incorporate hazardous warnings into their collateral materials such as: operator manuals, safety manuals, maintenance manuals.
ISO 3864-2 Product Safety labels are used internationally, therefore the language to be placed on the label becomes an important consideration if a combination style label is used.
ISO 3864-2 2002 Standard allows for multiple symbols and text messages to be present on a single label with or without a hazard severity panel.
www.safetysign.com /CLDR.asp?PG=ISOStandards   (806 words)

 (Product Development Insight) Are your product safety labels state-of-the-art? (MDDI archive, Apr 04)
This is because in the view of ISO, the safety symbol is the warning label; both the signal word and message panels are considered optional by the EU standard.
ISO 7010 is a standard that provides a catalog of safety symbols that are in wide use and have gained broad acceptance.
The reasoning is that ISO 3864-2 considers the symbol on the label to be the safety sign.
www.devicelink.com /mddi/archive/04/04/001.html   (1530 words)

 New Signs: The Key to Communicating Safety in Buildings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
At present, ISO 7010 is only available as a published standard, in both paper and electronic formats, either of which can be purchased in the United States from IHS Global Engineering Documents (http://global.ihs.com).
The standard that was created, ISO 17398, is used by those responsible for specifying a sign’s performance characteristics relative to the environmental/performance requirements dictated by the application.
The ISO standards mentioned previously were all completed between 2002 and 2003 and, in effect, they are changing the face of safety signage throughout the world.
www.architechmag.com /Articles/detailArchitech.asp?ArticleID=3111   (2932 words)

ISO standards cover many safety signs, warning symbols and product labels used in Europe.
Jurisdiction for the ISOs symbol standards, such as the key ISO 3864 has passed to an ISO Technical Committee, ISO/TC 145.
Variations in symbol testing rigor, the use of accompanying text for a safety symbol and the inclusion of a colored border and shape surrounding a symbol all represent points of difference.
www.electromark.com /help/Regulations/ISOSafetySigns.asp   (110 words)

 Fire UK Feature Article
ISO has centralised the task of standardising graphical symbols for use in safety signs for workplaces and public areas within one subcommittee, ISO/TC 145/SC 2, with the latter coordinating the work of three groups: WG1, Safety identification, shapes, symbols and colours; WG2, Signs, plates and labels; and WG3, Safety guidance systems.
Once the basic guidance for shapes and colours had been established in ISO 3864-1:2002, a structural framework existed for ISO 7010, which was published in 2003.
ISO 7010 aims to ensure that, wherever they are in the world, safety signs manufacturers follow the same pattern.
www.fireuk.net /Info/story34.htm   (1365 words)

 Safety Symbols
Currently, the ISO 3864 safety colors and safety signs standard sets forth a vocabulary of surround shape and color to indicate the type of safety sign.
In Figure 2, the solid blue circle with a white symbol is a "mandatory action" safety sign, the red circle with a slash and fl graphic indicates a "prohibition" safety sign, and the yellow triangle with a fl band and fl graphic defines a "warning" safety sign.
Peckham is chairman of the U.S. technical advisory group to ISO TC 145 on graphical symbols.
www.ce-mag.com /archive/02/03/peckham.html   (532 words)

 Forum Technische Dokumentation
The ISO 7000:2004 (E/F) standard, Graphical symbols for use on equipment, is available in English and French at Beuth-Verlag, Berlin.
ISO 7010 is relevant for technical writers who want to present hazard alerts according to the ISO 3864 standard.
Die Norm ISO 7010:2003 (E/F), Graphische Symbole - Sicherheitsfarben und Sicherheitskennzeichen - Sicherheitszeichen zur Anwendung in Arbeitsstätten und in öffentlichen Bereichen ist in englischer und französischer Sprache vom Beuth-Verlag in Berlin zu beziehen.
forum.cptec.org   (1678 words)

 HCS - FAQs on Product Safety Label Standards
For international standards, the primary general standard concerning safety signs is ISO 3864 which is under the responsibility of ISO/TC 145.
Though other product-specific ANSI, ISO and IEC standards exist (as well as several UL and NEMA standards), the principle standards to look to for developing the vast majority of product safety labels continue to be ANSI Z535.4 and the new ISO 3864-2 standard.
Thus, it is necessary to understand more about the ANSI Z535.4 and ISO 3864 standards so you can make appropriate decisions regarding the overall choice of which formats to use for your product safety labels.
www.safetylabel.com /safetylabelstandards/iso-ansi-standards.php   (2016 words)

 Cellotape: Custom printed ANSI Safety Labels design layout
NOTE: ISO defines the signal word panel as the "Hazard Severity Panel" and it is optional for ISO safety labels, however if used, the coloring is different than ANSI and SEMI.
ISO safety labels, like SEMI, require the use of surround shapes.
A "surround shape" is "a geometric configuration that is placed around a symbol..." Surround shapes may also be used for ANSI labels.
www.cellotape.com /html/services_01_02_01.html   (381 words)

 AEM | Safety and Training - Safety Signs & Symbol Standards
ISO 3767-1:1998, Tractors, machinery for agriculture and forestry, powered lawn and garden equipment - Symbols for operator controls and other displays - Part 1: Common symbols
ISO 7000: 2004, Graphical symbols for use on equipment - Index and synopsis (subscription service available)
ISO 11684:1995, Tractors, machinery for agriculture and forestry, powered lawn and garden equipment - Safety signs and hazard pictorials - General principles
www.aem.org /Safety/Sign   (319 words)

 Extra Notes from I18N Concept Dictionary
The new ISO 8859-10 (Latin-6), which will be published soon, is the second attempt to cater to these languages.
I thought ISO 646 was mostly ASCII, but with some positions listed as being "national characters", with each national standard possibly putting different characters there.
In the current ISO 646 standard there is still 10 national use positions, and two positions that may have two different characters.
www.cit.gu.edu.au /~davidt/cit3611/C_UNIX/extra_notes.htm   (3361 words)

 The Falk Corporation * Product Catalog * Coupling Guards * Safety Labels
A duty to warn and communicate a safety risk is required for most removable equipment guards.
ISO 3864 Safety Labels are supplied in symbol based format.
Labels are a severe duty type featuring a 2 mil polyester base material with a 5 mil clear lamination and modified acrylic adhesive backing.
falk.rexnord.com /opguards/safety-labels.asp   (236 words)

 Standards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
ISO 32:1977 Gas cylinders for medical use -- Marking for identification of content
ISO 6009:1992 Hypodermic needles for single use -- Colour coding for identification
ISO 9247:1990 Earth-moving machinery -- Electrical wires and cables -- Principles of identification and marking
www.psi.gov.ps /web_en/cat/01.070.html   (178 words)

 The Problem With Icons
ISO 3461 General principles for the creation of graphical symbols.
ISO 7000 (1989) Graphical symbols for use on equipment.
ISO 9186 Procedures for the development and testing of public information symbols.
c2.com /cgi/wiki?TheProblemWithIcons   (2995 words)

 Photoluminescent Directional Egress Path Marking Systems
The DOB chose ISO 17398 Safety Colours and Safety Signs - Classification, Performance and Durability of Safety Signs as the test method to be used3 by the independent test labs to determine the brightness ratings.
For new buildings, photoluminescent directional signs consisting of the ISO 7010 egress symbol, ISO 7010 arrow indicating the direction of travel, and, optionally, the word “EXIT,” must be placed inside every entrance into the stairwell, such that they are visible upon opening the door (i.e.
Note that RS 6-1 specifies that the dimensions, distances, and locations of the required markings for all intermediate and final exit doors must be consistent and uniform throughout the route to the building’s exterior.
www.buildingsmag.com /Articles/detail.asp?ArticleID=2867   (3466 words)

 Safety Signs (Page 4)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
ANSI Z535 vs. ISO 3864: When to use which format.
In general, the graphic-only ISO formats can be used for export to all other countries with explanation in the equipment's operation/safety manual.
If you decide text is necessary, you may choose to customize your ANSI or ISO formatted labels for export with the addition of text translated into the language of the country is to be used.
www.weinigusa.com /safety/pg4.htm   (261 words)

 Internationale ontwerpnormen 2001 - PreventNet
Onderstaand overzicht geeft de internationale ontwerpnormen in verband met veiligheid en gezondheid, die in de loop van 2001 gepubliceerd werden bij het BIN.
ISO 6405-2:1993/DAmd 2 Earth-moving machinery - Symbols for operator controls and other displays - Part 2: Specific symbols for machines, equipment and accessories - Amendment 2: Additional symbols
ISO 9241-1:1997/FDAmd 1 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) - Part 1: General introduction - Amendment 1
www.prevent.be /p/3B8F4CAD0519CF9EC1256B7A003C7A2C   (923 words)

 Safety Label Solutions - Source for Quality Safety Labels, Warning Labels formatted to ANSI Z535, ISO 3864, SEMI S1-0701
The staff at Safety Label Solutions (SLS) is dedicated to supplying their customers with high quality safety labels, always at competitive prices, in compliance with current product safety label standards..
These standards include ANSI Z535, ISO 3864, IEC 60417, ISO 7000 and SEMI S1-0701.
There are labels formatted to ANSI Z535 (US Standard) and ISO 3864 (International Standard).
www.safetylabelsolutions.com   (220 words)

 Projets de normes internationales 2002 - PreventNet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
ISO/DIS 16067-1 Acoustics - Noise emitted by machinery and equipment - Engineering method for the determination of emission sound pressure levels in situ at the work station and at other specified positions using sound intensity
ISO/FDIS 8098 Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles for young children (Revision of ISO 8098:1989)
ISO/DIS 4254-7 Tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry - Technical means for ensuring safety - Part 7: Combine harvesters, forage and cotton harvesters (Revision of ISO 4254-7:1995)
fr.prevent.be /print/5CKKR8-03   (892 words)

 (FHWA-RD-03-065)In-Vehicle Display Icons and Other Information Elements: Volume I: Chapter 15   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Road vehicles-Symbols for controls, indicators, and tell-tales ISO 2575
Basic principles for graphical symbols for use on equipment.
Graphical symbols-Test methods for judged comprehensibility and for comprehension ISO 9186
www.tfhrc.gov /safety/pubs/03065/15.htm   (318 words)

 International Safety Labels, Warning Label formats - ISO 3864   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
ISO 3864 - Safety Colours and Safety Signs
The International Standards Organization (ISO) is responsible for publishing the international standard ISO 3864 - Safety Colours and Safety Signs.
The standard defines the design criteria for international safety signs.
safetylabelsolutions.com /Standards/International/international.html   (163 words)

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This ISO technical committee is responsible for several international standards including ISO 3864 Safety Colours and Safety Signs, ISO 7000 Graphical Symbols for Use on Equipment, ISO 7001 Public Information Symbols, and ISO 9186 Testing of Public Information Symbols.
In 1999, the U.S. became the Secretariat of this important ISO Subcommittee responsible for the registration and publication of symbols for ISO 7000 Graphical Symbols for Use on Equipment.
The U.S. Delegate to ISO/IEC Joint Workgroup 11 - Graphical Symbols This joint workgroup is responsible for all shared areas of interest between ISO and IEC concerning graphical symbols.
sunsite.utk.edu /verbal/peckham.html   (417 words)

 Product Safety - Frequently Asked Questions
Once a representative product has been deemed to meet the CE Marking requirements, all subsequent products can be declared compliant provided that the manufacturer maintains a legitimate and comprehensive quality assurance program.
Additionally, while ISO 9000 certainly qualifies as the legitimate QA program required in the last question, note that ISO 9000 is not required under the CE Marking Directives.
However, this information contained within the U.L. files and the ISO 9000 program documentation would be useful in demonstrating at least partial compliance with CE Marking requirements.
www.walaw.com /faq.htm   (1800 words)

 Other Standards
ISO, Guidelines for the Inclusion of Safety Aspects in
ISO 7239, Development and Principles for Application of Public Information Symbols
ISO 9186, The Development and Testing of Public Information Symbols
www.electromark.com /help/Regulations/other_standards.asp   (101 words)

                                         The ISO 16069 represents a monumental shift in thinking.
After 16 years of IMO approval and some ISO recognition over the past years, ISO 16069 now specifically dictates that ALL BUILDINGS worldwide must install the SWGS for SAFETY and the SWGS must be Guaranteed to work WITHOUT electrical power.
In other words, PLM is the ISO solution and thus the opportunities for the future of PLM are limitless.
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 Staff / Affiliated Organizations
HCS is a member of the ANSI Z535 Safety Color and Safety Sign committee and the president, Geoffrey Peckham, is Chairman of the ANSI Z535.1 subcommittee.
Peckham is also Chairman of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO/TC 145 Graphical Symbols, the international committee responsible for ISO 3864, the global standard for safety colors and safety signs.
Some of the services that they provide are translation and interpretation of technical manuals and books, helping companies get the CE Mark, safety warnings and manuals for Product Liability Protection, consulting services for ISO 9000 Certification, developing and selling software, and publishing.
www.lewisbass.com /staff.html   (1186 words)

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