Safety Signs

Component signs

BS ISO 3864-1:2011, specifies that a combination sign be used only to further improve comprehension of the sign. This is to ensure that occupants are left with more information rather than confusion. JALITE photoluminescent component signs provide occupants, trained personnel, visitors, and emergency services with additional information. JALITE photoluminescent component signs are letter and number characters signs that can be used alongside assembly points and firefighting equipment, such as fire alarm call points.

Where there are more than one assembly point or fire point, JALITE photoluminescent component signs are installed with existing signs, to help specify the number of the equipment. For example, an assembly point could be labelled ‘Assembly point 2’. During an emergency evacuation, JALITE photoluminescent component signs can ease the evacuating process by limiting confusion and congestion of the assembly point. Evacuees already assigned to assembly point 2, can quickly and easily proceed once this area is labelled. JALITE photoluminescent component signs are available in different sizes, to be affixed with existing JALITE signs.

Quick overview


BS ISO 17398:2004 - Safety colours and safety signs. Classification performance and durability of signs.

DIN 67 510 Part 1: 2009 - Phosphorescent pigments and products - measurement and identification by the manufacturer.

DIN 67 510 Part 4: 2008 - Phosphorescent pigments and products - luminance requirements for photoluminescent materials.

BS ISO 3864-1:2011 - Graphical symbols - Safety colours and safety signs - Part 1: Design principles for safety signs and safety markings.

BS ISO 3864-3:2012 - Graphical symbols - Safety colours and safety signs - Part 3: Design principles for graphical symbols for use in safety signs.

BS ISO 3864-4:2011 - Graphical symbols - Safety colours and safety signs - Part 4: Colorimetric and photometric properties of safety sign materials.

BS 5499-10:2014: Safety signs, including fire safety signs - Guidance for the selection and use of safety signs and fire safety notices.


Each JALITE sign has a unique code number, after the sign code you will see the size code as shown in the example below.

Code example



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The expected viewing distance of a safety sign is described according to the Z factor. The Z factor is the ratio of the viewing distance divided by the sign height (graphical symbol height plus geometric shape according to BS EN ISO 7010:2020 image) - Direct line of sight.

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The standard BS ISO 3864-1:2011 specifies a system of geometric shapes and safety colours for use with the appropriate graphical symbols to produce safety signs.

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The following materials are used to manufacture JALITE products.




photoluminescent rigid PVC



JALITE AAA photoluminescent vinyl



Full code exemple

CODE SIZE’S FOR SIGNS Note: Please check sign for available sizes.


SIZE (mm)


100 x 100


150 x 150


150 x 300

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