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As a market leader in sign manufacturing, Morelock continues to develop its core business. Seeing the advantages of new registration, the Directors appointed a development team to achieve certification. In addition, positive feedback and encouragement from our larger customers convinced us it was the right way forward to stay at the forefront of the industry. To this end, they are actively promoting the standard and looking for commitment from all UK road traffic sign manufacturers to obtain formal registration.
The registration will enhance our Customer Service. We are the 1st UK sign manufacturer to offer our customers CE marked permanent road traffic signs; an achievement we are extremely proud of. Class 1 was the higher spec. New standards: BS EN — Permanent traffic signs: BS EN refers to fixed, vertical road traffic signs permanent , and is the first part of the standard which deals with the physical construction of the sign and materials. The properties of the material remain the same, just the names change.
BS and BS EN ISO provides guidance on how to select, install, position and maintain safety signs conforming to BS and BS , excluding escape route signs, to present specific safety information.
It also satisfies the requirements of the Health and Safety Safety Signs and Signals Regulations and existing fire safety legislation. This code of practice reflects best practice and shows how to use safety signs in a standardized manner to ensure consistent application throughout a particular environment or an entire organization.
BS EN 12899-1:2001