In 150 x 150
The Disability Discrimination Act Part III 2004 - These amendments were introduced in September 2002 producing a strict guideline which came into effect October 2004 guaranteeing that equal access must be made to all people using public buildings, including education establishments. Signs should be placed at a height suitable for everyone to reach unaided, generally this is recommended to be no lower than 1400mm from the floor and no higher than 1700mm. Directional signals should be placed at each entry, as well as signs showing toilet locations. Fire exit signs and Exit signs should be visible from all locations. Identification signs (such as door signs) should be located next to the door, in case that door has been left open.
ALL SIGNS DISPLAYED BLACK ON WHITE ALSO AVAILABLE AS WHITE ON BLUE. TAC# FOR BLACK ON WHITE AND TAC#B FOR WHITE ON BLUE.
TAC 10 - 150mm x 150mm - Black Printed On White
TAC 10B - 150mm x 150mm - White Printed On Blue