1. Make sure the Danger/Warning symbols meet the AS1319:1994 Standard.
  2. Ensure the message is obvious and the risk clear.
  3. Text should be clearly readable from a distance and attract attention.
  4. Signs should be located where they are visible and don’t present a hazard.
  5. In general signs shouldn’t be on moveable objects – unless they’re intended to be portable.
  6. Text must meet the standard for legibility.
  7. Contact details must be up-to-date and correct.
  8. Avoid clutter – one message in one place. Ensure there’s no potential to stack product in front of a sign or to otherwise obscure it.
  9. Are the signs required to have rounded corners?
  10. Ensure every sign’s colour stands out from its surroundings.