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BSP-02-STANDARD-1632

HSE STANDARD MODULE 28 S AF ETY SIGNS AND COL OUR CODES

THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS ONE MODULE IN A SET COMPRISING HSE STANDARDS FOR THE BRUNEI SHELL JV COMPANIES

Revision 3.0

Approved: Document Owner:

Lee Wai Chee, HSE Mustafa b Mokti , HSE/41


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Document Control DOCUMENT TYPE Standard DOCUMENT REFERENCE TMS 1632 KEY WORDS Safety signs, Colour coding

DOCUMENT OWNER HSE/41 AUTHOR HSE/4

SECURITY CLASSIFICATION Unclassified APPROVED BY HSE

Revision Record REV

REVISION DESCRIPTION

1.0 2.0 2.0

First Issue Second issue No change in content simply converted from pagemaker to Word – no revision change Minor changes to colour coding, lifting equipment guideline and references.

3.0

DATE July 2000 May 2001 August 2004

Distribution Control Distribution of this document is controlled by the Document Owner. The document is made available on the BSP Intranet>BSP Homepage>Corporate>HSE>HSE documentation

Notice and Warning Copyright  2004, Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad

This document is the property of Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad (BSP), Seria KB3534, Negara Brunei Darussalam. Circulation is restricted to BSP and its designated associates, contractors and consultants. It must not be copied or used for any other purpose other than which it is supplied, without the expressed written authority of BSP. Except where provided for purposes of contractual requirements, BSP disclaims any responsibility or liability for any use or misuse of the document by any person and makes no warranty as to the accuracy or suitability of the information to any third party. Any misuse of the document is redressable by BSP.

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CONTENTS 1

INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................5

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SAFETY SIGNS ..................................................................................................6

2.1 Main Categories of Safety Sign ..................................................................................................................6 2.1.1 Prohibition..............................................................................................................................................6 2.1.2 Mandatory ..............................................................................................................................................6 2.1.3 Warning..................................................................................................................................................8 2.1.3 Warning..................................................................................................................................................8 2.1.4 Safe Condition........................................................................................................................................8 2.2

Multi-purpose Safety Signs.........................................................................................................................9

2.3

Fire Equipment Signs..................................................................................................................................9

2.4

First Aid Signs .............................................................................................................................................9

2.5

Fixed Fire Extinguishing Installation Warning Signs ................................ Error! Bookmark not defined.

2.6

Fire Action Signs ........................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.

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COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS AND HOSES ............................................10

3.1

Industrial Gases.........................................................................................................................................10

3.2

Medical Gases ............................................................................................................................................10

4.1

Fire Extinguishers .....................................................................................................................................11

4.2

Hoses...........................................................................................................................................................12

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HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE LABELS .............................................................12

5.1

Hazard Symbols.........................................................................................................................................12

5.2

Hazard Warning Diamonds .....................................................................................................................13

Hazard Warning for radiation............................................................................................................................13

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LIFTING EQUIPMENT ......................................................................................15

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PIPING SYSTEMS ............................................................................................17

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ROAD SIGNS....................................................................................................18

8.1

Prohibition .................................................................................................................................................19

8.2

Mandatory .................................................................................................................................................19

8.3

Warning .....................................................................................................................................................19

8.4

Information ................................................................................................................................................20

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8.5

Temporary .................................................................................................................................................20

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SCAFFTAGS.....................................................................................................21

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UNDERGROUND SERVICES WARNING TAPES ...........................................21

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WARNING LAMPS ...........................................................................................21

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PERMIT TO WORK PROCEDURE DOCUMENTATION ..................................22

13 REFERENCES .....................................................................................................23

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INTRODUCTION Safety signs and colour codes have been used at BRUNEI SHELL JV COMPANIES facilities for many years and are a well proven method of communication. Some of the signs and codes in use meet internationally recognised standards whilst others have been developed locally. The purpose of this module is to formally adopt those safety signs and colour codes which already meet national or international standards and to recognise and establish throughout BRUNEI SHELL JV COMPANIES those signs and codes which have been developed within it. The scope of this module covers all signs and colour coding systems used in a safety related context. In several cases, items in the contents are already addressed in other HSE Standards and, to avoid repetition and unnecessary cost, only reference to the appropriate module is made.

Note: As part of the Accountability for safety drive within BSP, Failure to comply with standards & procedure (including the house rules, the safety signs & colour coding) could result in disciplinary action in accordance with the Disciplinary Guidelines BSP02-guideline-015. As adherence to the safety signs and colour codes are essential, it is of equal importance that the signs are located where they indeed serve a purpose.

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SAFETY SIGNS Safety signs instruct, advise, warn, inform and promote safety in the workplace. All safety signs used shall meet the requirements of relevant British Standard.

2.1 Main Categories of Safety Sign There are 4 basic categories of safety sign as follows:

2.1.1 Prohibition Figure 1 - "No smoking" Prohibition A prohibition safety sign indicates the following: •

You must not or

Do not do or

Stop

The specifications for prohibition signs are: •

the background colour shall be white;

the circular band and crossbar shall be red;

the symbol shall be black and placed centrally on the background without obliterating the crossbar;

any text shall be in white lettering;

red shall cover at least 35% of the sign area.

2.1.2 Mandatory A mandatory safety sign indicates the following:

You must do or

Carry out the action given by the sign

Figure 2 - "Wear goggles" Mandatory Sign

The specifications for mandatory signs are: •

the background colour shall be blue;

the symbol shall be white and placed centrally on the background;

any text shall be in white lettering;

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Requirement for Noise is for areas > 85 dB(A) - Signpost area and Mandatory use of hearing protection. Figure 3 - "Wear Protector" Mandatory Sign

Also see document below which contains some good links to Safety Signs clip art etc

CHAMPION 7 FIELD - NOISE SIGNP...

Figure 4 - "No parking along double yellow line, wheel clamping Sign”

Figure 5 - "Speed limit 20km/h max”

Please also note these signs give some guide on the format with all signs and it is not intended to list of all signs.

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2.1.3 Warning Warning Sign

Figure 3 - Hazardous area

A warning safety sign indicates the following: •

Caution or

Risk of danger or

Hazard ahead

The specifications for warning signs are: •

the background colour shall be white;

the triangular band shall be black;

the symbol shall be black and placed centrally on the background;

any text shall be in black lettering;

yellow shall cover at least 40% of the sign area.

2.1.4 Safe Condition A safe condition safety sign indicates the following:

The safe way or

Where to go in an emergency

Figure 4 "Emergency exit" Safe Condition Sign

The specifications for safe condition signs are: •

the background colour shall be green;

the symbol and/or text shall be white;

the shape of the sign shall be rectangular or square to accommodate the symbol or text;

green shall cover at least 50% of the sign area;

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2.2 Multi-purpose Safety Signs Where there is a long-term requirement in a specific area for a combination of safety signs, multi-purpose signs may be used. These signs may combine two or more of the same category of safety sign which may, in turn, be combined with two or more of the other categories of safety sign, for example: •

"No smoking" and "No naked lights" (2 x Prohibition)

As above plus "Petroleum mixture" (2 x Prohibition plus 1 x Warning)

As above plus "Switch off engine" (2 x Prohibition plus 1 x Warning plus 1 x Mandatory)

No more than 4 individual safety signs shall be combined into 1 multi-purpose sign and the individual signs shall meet the appropriate BS requirements for their category. The size of multipurpose signs shall be appropriate to their location and application. Figure 5 Multi-purpose Safety Sign

2.3 Fire Equipment Signs Fire equipment safety signs are used to indicate the location and type of fire equipment. The specifications for fire equipment signs are: •

the background colour shall be red;

the symbol and/or text shall be white;

the shape of the sign shall be rectangular or square to accommodate the symbol or text.

Figure 6 - "Fire alarm" Fire Activation point.

2.4 First Aid Signs First aid signs are used to inform personnel of the name and location of the trained First Aider serving their area. The basis of the signs shall be "safe condition" with green as the predominant colour. The layout of first aid signs shall be as shown in Figure 7.

Figure 7 - First Aid Sign

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COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS AND HOSES

3.1 Industrial Gases The colour coding system used to identify compressed gases and hoses for industrial use is described in HSE Standard Module 22 - Compressed Gases.

3.2 Medical Gases The identification colour code for medical gas cylinders shall be as illustrated in Figure 10. Figure 10 - Medical Gas Cylinders Colour Code

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4.1 Fire Extinguishers Two types of portable fire extinguisher are used, one filled with carbon dioxide and the other with dry chemical powder, and they shall be colour coded as shown in Figure 11. Figure 11 - Fire Extinguisher Colour Code

CO2 Trolley Type fire extinguisher mainly for engine fire only to be applied at the FIRE ACCESS PORT.

This picture illustrates that the 1% AFFF Foam Tank storage. HDA Fire Team standby by men will be always at the side of the Monitor while Chopper landing and take off . HDA will only activate or discharge the foam monitor and fire extinguishers depend on the fire scenario.

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4.2 Hoses Fire hoses are red and only red hoses shall be used for firefighting duties. For washing down and general purpose duties hoses of any other colour must be used. Fire fighting appliances & equipment maintenance standard can be made reference to BSP-02-standard-001

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HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE LABELS Hazard symbols and warning diamonds shall comply with the UK Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations SI 1994: 3247.

5.1 Hazard Symbols Hazard symbol labels are fixed to individual packages of hazardous substances to warn people who handle them or use their contents. The labels may be used on their own or incorporated into supply labels giving information about the most significant immediate danger and the emergency action to take. The 10 different designs of label are illustrated in Figure 12 with a typical supply label shown in Figure 13. Figure 12 - Hazard Symbols

NOTE:All Hazardous signs/symbols for ‘radiation’, please refer to HSE Module 20, Revision 2.0 Figure 13 - Supply Label

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5.2 Hazard Warning Diamonds Hazard warning diamonds are used in conjunction with conveyance labels and shall be fixed to any container of a hazardous substance which is to be transported by road, sea or air. There are 13 basic designs of diamond, as illustrated in Figure 14. In addition to the 13 basic designs, there is an extensive range of hazard warning diamonds for specialist applications, some of them carrying classification numbers to meet the requirements of international transportation agencies. Figure 14 - Hazard Warning Diamonds

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Hazard Warning for radiation Hazard warning for radiation and its details shall be refer to this document Ionising Radiation Safety Module-20. http://sww-livelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=234791&objAction=Open.

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LIFTING EQUIPMENT All lifting equipment which has been inspected and certified as fit for its intended purpose shall be colour coded according to a rolling two year, four colour coding system, as illustrated below.

Colour Coding for Lifting Tackle and Appliances Odd Numbered Years 2003, 2005 etc. J A N

F E B

M A R

A P R

M A Y

J U N

J U L

A U G

S E P

O C T

N O V

Even Numbered Years 2004, 2006 etc. D E C

J A N

F E B

BLUE

M A R

A P R

M A Y

J U N

J U L

A U G

S E P

O C T

N O V

D E C

GREEN WHITE

YELLOW

Certain items such as containers and Barang boxes have lifting equipment permanently attached. The asset holder(s) administers an inspection and certification system for this lifting equipment which wears PURPLE and one other designated colour code as a permanent colour code. The designated colour code changes in accordance to 6 monthly year rotation basis, see below.

Colour Coding for Permanent Lifted Equipment Sling Sets Odd Numbered Years 2003, 2005 etc. J A N

F E B

M A R

A P R

M A Y

J U N

J U L

A U G

S E P

O C T

N O V

Even Numbered Years 2004, 2006 etc. D E C

J A N

F E B

M A R

A P R

M A Y

J U N

J U L

A U G

S E P

BLUE

WHITE

GREEN

&

&

&

&

PURPLE

PURPLE

PURPLE

PURPLE

O C T

N O V

D E C

YELLOW

Sample below show how sling is colour coded for permanently attached sling onto a barang box.

Any item of lifting equipment which has been taken out of service and may be scrapped shall be painted RED to indicate that it must not be used. The system is fully described in the document entitled "BRUNEI SHELL JV COMPANIES Procedures for In Service Inspection and Certification of Lifting Equipment Owned and Operated Safety Signs and Colour Codes - Rev 3

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by BSP and its Contractors" (PLIC) – BSP-72- Procedure-012, Procedure for lifting equipment and certification now makes reference to Colour Codes Standard BSP-72-Standard -014 when referring to colour coding.

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PIPING SYSTEMS The unique colour coding system illustrated in Figure 15 shall be used to identify the services of valves, flanges and pipework in operational facilities. Figure 15 - Colour Coding for Piping Systems

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Figure 15 - Colour Coding for Piping Systems (continued)

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ROAD SIGNS All road signs and their use on BRUNEI SHELL JV COMPANIES private roads shall comply with the requirements of the Brunei Darussalam Road Traffic (Traffic Signs) Regulations 1990. The basis of design for road signs is shape rather than colour and does not therefore follow a strict colour code although the colour of the signs is a significant recognition factor. There are five categories of road sign and these are explained below with representative examples illustrated.

8.1 Prohibition A prohibition road sign indicates that: •

You must not or

Do not do

All prohibition signs are circular and most have a white background with a red outer circle and crossbar behind which is the symbol in black. The exceptions are the "No entry" sign (red with a white horizontal bar), the "Stopping" and "Waiting" signs (blue background instead of white) and the specific limitation "No entry" signs which display the maximum permissible width or weight. Figure 16 - "No overtaking" Prohibition Sign

8.2 Mandatory A mandatory road sign indicates that: •

You must do or

Stop

Most mandatory signs are circular and coloured blue with the symbol in white. The only exceptions are the "Stop" sign (octagonal in shape, background colour red, narrow white border and the word BERHENTI in outline letters on a white, horizontal bar) and the "Give way" sign (triangular with the apex at the bottom) Figure 17 -

"Direction" Mandatory Sign

8.3 Warning A warning road sign indicates the following: •

Caution or

Risk of danger or

Hazard ahead

All warning signs are triangular with the apex to the top, have a white background with a red border and display a black symbol. The only exception is the "Traffic signals ahead" sign which displays red, amber and green in the symbol. Figure 18 - "Dangerous Bend" WarningSign

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8.4 Information An information road sign indicates: •

Services or

Directions

With one exception, information signs are rectangular. The exception is the "End of speed limit" sign which is a white circle with a diagonal black band. There is no colour coding convention applied to information signs. Figure 19 -

"Parking" Information Sign

8.5 Temporary Temporary road signs are used where work is being carried out on the roads system or where there is a school crossing with the temporary presence of children. There are 5 types of temporary sign: •

"Road works ahead" (similar to a Warning sign);

"Stop and go" (red/green for single lane traffic control);

"Stop children crossing" (similar to the BERHENTI Mandatory stop sign but with the word KANAK-KANAK added;

"Barricades" (horizontal boards with alternate black and yellow diagonal stripes);

"Sharp deviation" (horizontal boards with alternate black and yellow chevrons).

Figure 20 -

"Direction" Mandatory Sign

Another type of temporary road sign in common use is not based on Bruneian regulations. It is a warning sign of rectangular shape, coloured orange with a black border and with the command written in black letters. A typical example of this type of sign is shown in Figure 21.

Figure 21 -

Special Temporary Sign

Please also note these signs give some guide on the format with all signs and it is not intended to list of all signs.

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SCAFFTAGS The Scafftag system is a means of giving "see-at-a-glance" visual indication of the status of a scaffold structure. The system is fully described in HSE Standard Module 06 - Scaffolding and Access.

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UNDERGROUND SERVICES WARNING TAPES Coloured, plastic tape is sometimes buried in the ground at a depth of 300 to 450mm to indicate to workers carrying out excavation that pipes or cables are below the tape. When underground warning tape is used, it shall comply with the following colour code to indicate:

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Red

:

Electrical cable

Blue

:

Water pipe

Yellow

:

Domestic gas pipe

WARNING LAMPS On permanently manned offshore complexes, coloured lamps are used to augment audible alarms and give visual indication that an emergency situation exists and that certain action in response to the alarms is required. Gas detection Alarm The visual indication of this situation shall be with YELLOW flashing lights,

Fire/General Alarm The visual indication of this situation shall be with AMBER flashing lights,

Prepare to Abandon Complex Alarm The visual indication of this situation shall be with RED flashing lights, Followed by announcement over the PA system i.e intermittent(general alarm), continuous (Abandon

Platform), 3 intermittent (all clear) that accompanies the visual indications and tannoy announcements.

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WORK PROCEDURE DOCUMENTATION

To aid identification, many of the numerous documents used in the application of the Permit to Work System are colour coded. The system also uses different colours where multiple copies of a document are required. The colour coding is fully described in HSE Standard Modules 03 - Permit to Work Procedure http://sww-livelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=771764&objAction=Open and 10 - Electrical Safety Rules, http://sww-livelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=289476&objAction=Open and BLNG PTW Controlled Procedure HSEQ - 202 / PTW Manual (still under revision).

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13 REFERENCES International Standards •

International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations

International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Regulations 1984

International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG)("The Blue Book")

International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) Regulations

Transport of Dangerous Goods - United Nations ("The Orange Book")

United Kingdom Legislation •

Safety Signs and Colours Regulations SI: 1471

Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous Goods Regulations SI: 1244

Dangerous Substances (Conveyance by Road in Road Tankers and Tank Containers)

Regulations •

Merchant Shipping (Dangerous Goods) Regulations.

The Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations :3247 (CHIPS)

Brunei Darussalam Legislation • Road Traffic (Traffic Signs) Regulations. British Standards •

BS5378 Parts 1 and 3: (Safety Signs)

BS5499 Part 1: (Fire Equipment Signs)

BS5423 (Portable Fire Extinguishers)

BS349 (Specification for identification of the contents of industrial gas containers)

BS1319 (Specification for medical gas cylinders, etc.)

Brunei Shell JV Companies •

BSP Procedures for In Service Inspection and Certification of Lifting Equipment Owned and Operated by BSP and its Contractors (PLIC) – BSP-72- Procedure-012, Procedure for lifting equipment and certification.

HSE Standard Module 20 – Ionising Radiation Safety. http://swwlivelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=234791&objAction=Open

http://swwHSE Standard Module 03 Permit to Work Procedure. livelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=771764&objAction=Open

HSE Standard Module 06 Scaffolding and Access. http://swwlivelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=234997&objAction=Open

HSE Standard Module 10 Electrical Safety Rules. http://swwlivelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=289476&objAction=Open

HSE Standard Module 19 – Chemical management guideline. http://swwlivelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=313997&objAction=Open&vernum=2

HSE Standard Module 22 Compressed Gases http://swwlivelink.bsp.shell.bn/livelink/llisapi.dll?func=ll&objId=235054&objAction=Open

BLNG Specific HSE Module Controlled Procedure. http://swwlivelink.blng.shell.bn/livelink/livelink.exe/fetch/2000/2760/2644/2871/22597/27169/HS EQ-CP-209_-_BLNG_Specific_HSE_Module.pdf?nodeid=50736&vernum=0

BLNG PTW Manual HSEQ- 202. http://swwlivelink.blng.shell.bn/livelink/livelink.exe/fetch/2000/2760/2644/2871/22597/27169/HS EQ-CP-202_-_Permit_to_Work_System.pdf?nodeid=50662&vernum=0

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Brunei Road sign for refrences;

Accident Area Ahead.jpg

Advance Directional Ahead Only, Turn Bend to Right, Signs.jpg Left.jpg Double Bend.jpg...

Berhenti.jpg

Bicycle.jpg

Chevron Delineator.jpg

Concealed Exit Ahead.jpg

Confirmatory Sign.jpg

Danger Ahead.jpg

Directional Arrows.jpg

Diversion to Another Carriagew...

Dual Carrageway Ahead.jpg

Elderly, Handicap Pedestrian.j...

End of Expressway.jpg

End of Restricted Zone.jpg

Except Loading, Unloading.jpg

Except School Buses.jpg

Expressway Ahead.jpg

Give Way.jpg

Harzadous Loads Prohibition.jp...

Height Limit Ahead.jpg

Height Limit Scale.jpg

Horses Or Ponies Ahead.jpg

Keep Left Ahead.jpg

Keep Left Unless Overtaking.jp...

Lorry Parking Charges.jpg

Low Flying Aircraft.jpg

Max Speed Limit, Width Limit.j...

Merge Ahead.jpg

Merging Into Traffic.jpg

Narrow Bridge, Quayside Bank.j...

No Entry.jpg

No Horning.jpg

No Overtaking, Lorry Restricti...

No Right Turn, No Left Turn.jp...

No Stopping Scale.jpg

No Stopping.jpg

No through road.jpg

No Waiting Scale.jpg

No Waiting.jpg

One Way Traffic.jpg

Other Danger Ahead.jpg

Overpass.jpg

Parking Charges.jpg

Parking Places.jpg

Pedestrian Crossing.jpg

Pedestrian in Road.jpg

Pedestrian, Children Ahead.jpg...

Reduce Speed Now.jpg

Restricted Zone.jpg

Pass Either Side(big).jpg

Keep Left, Turn Lane Closure, Left Ahead.jpg... Offside Lane Clo...

Pass Either Pedestrian Crossing (Reversed)... Side(small).jpg

Police Post.jpg

Queue Here For Taxi.jpg

Rain Shelter.jpg

Red Light Camera Sign.jpg

Restriction Movement.jpg

Right Turn Lane, Lanes Ahead.j...

Road Hump Ahead.jpg

Road Narrow.jpg

Series of Bends, Side Road.jpg...

Sharp Deviation, Barrier.jpg

Slippery, Uneven Road.jpg

Slow.jpg

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Roundabout, School Zone, Traffic Signal.jpg... Except School Bus...

Speed Camera Ahead Sign.jpg

Speed Check Area.jpg

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Speed Regulation Staggered Start of Junction, Cross Road... Expressway, End.jpg Strips.jpg

Start, End of E'way.jpg

Stop Children.jpg

T Junction, Dual Carriageway.j...

Taxi Drop Off Point.jpg

Taxi Stand, Passanger.jpg

Taxi Stop.jpg

Two Ways.jpg

Underpass.jpg

U-Turn Ahead (opposite).jpg

U-Turn Ahead.jpg

Vehicles Not Excceeding Weight...

Way Out.jpg

Weight Limit, Height Limit.jpg...

Stop.jpg

Temporary Traffic Merges.jpg Pedestrian Route.jpg...

U-Turn.jpg

U-Turning Vehicles.jpg

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