Hazard markers

Hazard markers are used to emphasise a marked change in the direction of travel and the presence and width of an obstruction to approaching traffic.

Typical examples of hazard signs are obstruction markers, bi-directional arrow markers or chevron alignment markers.

These types of signs can be supplied in a variety of shapes and sizes, and are mainly black and white, however black and yellow variations exist.

These road signs are Class 1 retroreflective and are manufactured from either metal or aluminium. These signs have been designed to meet the requirements of the relevant Australian Standard.

All signage has been designed and manufactured locally in Australia.

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