Signage, Signals and Safety
Maritime Progress - Marine Signs and Posters
Used on vessels to indicate the position or use of life saving equipment for passengers and crew.
Means of Escape Signs
Guidance to passengers and crew for escaping from a vessel or to a Muster station / Assembly point.
Fire-Fighting Equipment Signs
Indicates the position of fire-fighting equipment, in accordance with IMO Resolution A.1116(30), ISO 7010 and ISO 24409.
Fire Control Symbols
Fire control symbols approved by IMO Resolution A.1116(30) for use as signs.
Emergency Equipment Signs
Indicates the position of emergency equipment for passengers and crew.
Required for use on vessels, marine terminals and areas of marine leisure to inform passengers, crew or the public of mandatory actions.
Used to inform passengers, crew or the public of prohibited equipment or practices.
Used to warn passengers, crew or the public of potential dangers or practices.
IMDG Code / UN Model Regulations compliant signs for vessels, transport vehicles, storage facilities or containers carrying hazardous cargo.
General Shipboard, Port and Leisure Signs
General safety, directional and notification signage.
Helicopter Operation Signs
Used to direct personnel to a helipad or for helicopter operations.
Marine Terminal and Airport Signs
International signs providing guidance to persons at airports and marine terminals referencing joint ICAO and IMO publications.
Educational, operational and informational posters to inform of safe working practices or to fulfill regulatory requirements.
Pipe marking tape to identify the medium carried by pipework in accordance with ISO coding regulations.
Low Location Lighting
Glow in the dark, photoluminescence safety way guidance system, with kick plates, safety rails and stair-nosings.
Fire / Emergency Plan
Fire Plan holders and pictograms used on Fire Plans.