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Contents

Technical information ..................................1-3


IMO Life saving symbols.............................4-5
Safety signs ................................................... 6
Direction signs ............................................7-9
Means of escape
- Low location lighting ..............................10-11
- Stair safety guidance................................. 12
IMO Fire control symbols
- IMO Resolution A.654(16).................... 13-15
- ISO 17361 & IMO A.952(23) ................ 16-20
- Pictograms ................................................ 20
Fire control plans ......................................... 21
Fire equipment signs ..............................22-23
Prohibition signs .....................................24-25
Hazard signs ...........................................26-29
Mandatory signs .....................................30-32
Space identification signs ............................ 33
Sign collections
- Accomodation signs ............................. 34-35
- Galley signs .......................................... 36-37
- Deck and engine room signs..................... 38
- ISPS code signs ........................................ 39
Vessel graphics
- Bespoke signs ........................................... 40
- Alternative langauges................................ 40
- Vinyl cut lettering ....................................... 41
- Engraved signs ......................................... 41
Posters
- Operating instructions ............................... 42
- Emergency preparedness ......................... 43
- Pollution prevention................................... 44
- Bridge procedures ..................................... 45
- Operational safety ................................ 46-47
- Health & safety awareness .................. 48-49
Safety works manuals.................................. 50
Record books & booklets ............................. 51
IMO Publications.......................................... 52
Temporary tie tags ....................................... 53
Tapes ........................................................... 54
Pipe identification....................................55-58
THE Fixings and frames ...................................... 59
IMDG Hazardous substance signs .........60-61

MARITIME PROGRESS Sign index ...............................................62-65

BOOK
Every care has been taken in preparing this publication, however, in
the interests of product development and compliance with the latest
regulations we reserve the right to alter the design and specification
of the products as necessary. Many of the products shown in this
publication and the catalogue itself are covered by copyright and may
not be reproduced in part or in whole without the written permission
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How to order Masks must be worn in this area ..............................................31
Mincing/Mixing machine ...........................................................36
Enclosed space entry ...............................................................47
Enclosed space entry safety signs ...........................................47
Maritime Progress has served No fire loop is to be isolated .....................................................38 Engine room safety ..................................................................46
When ordering please include the product code. This the marine industry exclusively Now wash your hands ........................................................34, 37 Evacuation chutes and slides ...................................................43
consits of a four digit number, followed by a one or two for more than 25 years and has Only human waste and toilet tissue etc. ...................................34 Fast Rescue Boat Operation ....................................................42
Oven safety ..............................................................................36 Fire and explosion actions........................................................43
letter size reference, followed by a two letter material established itself as a market Personal protective equipment is provided. Use it ...................38 Fire control symbols - IMO resolution A.654(16) ......................48
reference. leader. This has come about Persons entering this area must comply with safety regs. .......32 Fire control symbols - ISO 17631 & IMO res. A.952(23) ..........48
Please close door quietly, people sleeping ..............................34 Fire extinguisher types .............................................................49
by focusing on being legislative Please use antiseptic hand wash provided ..............................37 Free fall lifeboat launching .......................................................42
compliant, designing and Please wash only food equipment here. ..................................37 Fully enclosed lifeboat launching from a stowed position 42
Please wash only hands here. .................................................37 Galley safety and hygiene ........................................................46
Standard sizes delivering fit for purpose quality Pot wash only ...........................................................................37 Gangways ................................................................................46
Available standard sizes are shown for each product. products at value for money Potato chipping machine ..........................................................36 Garbage disposal plan - MARPOL 73/78 Annex V ..................44
Protective clothing must be worn in this area .....................31, 36 Gas bottle safety ......................................................................49
prices. With a comprehensive stock level of more than Protective footwear must be worn ............................................31 Hazard diamonds ...............................................................44, 61
Vertical Horizontal three thousand products available off the shelf we are Quiet please people sleeping ...................................................34 Hazardous substances symbols...............................................44
C .............. 30mm C .............. 30mm Raw meat must be stored below cooked meat ........................36 Helicopter operations - Landing on ..........................................47
able to offer an extremely efficient service to marine Raw meat only ..........................................................................36 Helicopter operations - Winching .............................................47
D .............. 40mm D .............. 40mm
management teams. Refrigerators .............................................................................36 Hot work ...................................................................................46
E .............. 50mm E .............. 50mm Rescue boat launching .............................................................38 IMO safety signs .......................................................................48
F .............. 75mm F .............. 75mm Respirators must be worn in this area ......................................31 Inflatable liferafts, vital actions after launching .........................43
Sensible investment has been made in plant and Safety helmets must be worn beyond this point .......................30 International signalling flags .....................................................45
G ............ 100mm G ............ 100mm
modern equipment but most of all people mariners, Secure painter to strong point before launching ................32, 38 Know your signs .......................................................................49
H ............ 140mm H ............ 140mm Slicing machine ........................................................................36 Lifeboat launching ....................................................................42
chemists, graphic artists, printers and production Spillages must be cleaned up immediately ..............................37 Lifeboat launching in a dangerous atmosphere .......................42
J............. 150mm H J............. 150mm
engineers form our pool of experienced personnel Stack correctly ..........................................................................37 Liferaft launching ......................................................................42
K ............ 200mm K ............ 200mm Staircase must be kept clear at all times ............................30, 34 Light, shape and sound signals ................................................45
producing the products and services for our customers. Steam oven ..............................................................................36 Man overboard .........................................................................45
L ............ 250mm L ............ 250mm
Switch off when not in use..................................................32, 37 Mooring.....................................................................................47
M............ 300mm M............ 300mm
V Accredited to BS EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality Assurance The safe use of knives .............................................................36 Muster list .................................................................................43
N ............ 350mm N ............ 350mm Think safety ........................................................................32, 37 Personal protective equipment .................................................47
standard we aim to provide products that contribute This door must be kept closed ...........................................30, 36 Pilot card ..................................................................................45
P ............ 400mm P ............ 400mm
to peoples safety, that conform to our customers This door must be kept closed at sea.......................................30 Pipe Identification to ISO 14726 ...............................................47
Q ............ 500mm Q ............ 500mm This door must be kept closed during loading etc. .............32, 38 Post oil spill actions ..................................................................44
requirements, to deliver them on time and at a This door to be kept locked closed when not in use ................30 Precautions agains piracy ........................................................47
R ............ 600mm R ............ 600mm
competitive price. This door to be kept locked in port ...........................................39 Preventing oil spills...................................................................44
S ............ 700mm S ............ 700mm This door to be kept locked on security alert ............................39 Required boarding arrangements for pilots ..............................45
T ............ 800mm T ............ 800mm This hatch must be kept closed at sea .....................................30 Self contained breathing apparatus..........................................42
The company is a long standing member of the This is a food protection area ...................................................36 SOLAS Life saving signals and rescue methods .....................43
U ............ 900mm U ............ 900mm
Photoluminescent Safety Products Association (PSPA) This is a safety helmet area .....................................................30 Think safety posters .................................................................49
V .......... 1000mm V .......... 1000mm To avoid injury take care in the shower ....................................34 Towing ......................................................................................46
and contributes towards the improvement in the quality To be kept locked during working hours ...................................30 Types of modern fire extinguishers ..........................................49
W .............475x330mm Y ..............297x210mm and standards of photoluminescent materials. The Maritime Progress book is an Use barrier cream .....................................................................32 Vessel induction and familitarisation ........................................47
Use handrail .............................................................................32 Welding and flamecutting .........................................................46
X ..............420x297mm Z ..................... Special authoritative reference manual for those Utensil wash only .....................................................................37 Wheelhouse poster ..................................................................45
In recent years we have assisted both ISSA and IMPA considering the requirements for all types Ventilation to be used prior to entry ...................................32, 38 Williamson turn .........................................................................45
Wash hands symbol .................................................................37 Working aloft or outboard .........................................................46
in the preparation of the signage sections of their of signage, safety awareness and training Water mist protected area. On hearing alarm etc. ...................32
catalogues and participated in the revision process material onboard ship.
Standard materials of SOLAS Chapter II. Collectively our staff has many
Watertight door keep closed .....................................................30
Wear ear protection ..................................................................30
PV ................ Photoluminescent, self-adhesive vinyl Wear face shield .......................................................................31
years marine experience resulting in the standard of Close liaison with regulatory authorities, Wear gloves..............................................................................31
Tapes
PR................................ Photoluminescent, rigid PVC service and quality of product demanded by todays Wear goggles ...........................................................................31 Safety, identification and
WV .....................................White, self-adhesive vinyl key ship owners and operators ensure Wear helmet .............................................................................30
shipping industry. all products meet current international Wear high visibility clothing ......................................................31
way finding tapes
WR.................................................... White, rigid PVC Wear mask ...............................................................................31
WP ......................................... White, laminated paper Maritime Progress Ltd legislation and are relevant for todays
Wear protective clothing ...........................................................31
TV ....................................................Transparent vinyl onboard ship management. Specific Wear respirator .........................................................................31
Sealand Centre, reference to international regulations, Wear visor ................................................................................31
TR .......................................Transparent, rigid plastic Non slip tape ............................................................................12
3-5 Holmethorpe Avenue, standards, codes and guidelines is made,
Wear welding mask ..................................................................31
When the plant is not in use gas cylinder etc. ....................32, 38 Photoluminescent tape .............................................................54
CV............................... Coloured vinyl / polyethylene
Redhill, Surrey, RH1 2LZ, UK as required, throughout the book. Pipe identification tape - BS 1710 ............................................58
Pipe identification tape - ISO 14726 ....................................55-57
Polyethylene tapes ...................................................................54
Example: With more than 25 years of production Reflective tapes ........................................................................54
Tel: +44 (0)1737 76400 Posters SOLAS tape .............................................................................54
Fax: +44 (0)1737 782818 experience, both manufacturing and Way finding tape ....................................................................... 11
Danger, Keep out Safety awareness and
Email: info@maritimeprogress.com printing processes are monitored under an
combination sign training posters.
ISO9001:2008 Quality Assurance System.
200x300mm
Photoluminescent, Production is concentrated purely for the
self-adhesive vinyl marine industry allowing extensive stock Abandon ship ...........................................................................43
to be maintained. Special signage specific Accommodation ladders ...........................................................46
3112KMPV to customers own requirements can be
Bunkering .................................................................................44
Control of Noise .......................................................................49 Maritime Progress Ltd
produced with state of the art printing Cranage safety .........................................................................46
Pricing techniques on a variety of materials.
Davit launched liferafts. ............................................................42 Sealand Centre,
3-5 Holmethorpe Avenue,
Dedicated Rescue Boat Operations .........................................42
Items marked with a are individually priced. All other Discharge of oil prohibited ........................................................44 Redhill, Surrey, RH1 2LZ, UK
items are priced against size reference. While the Don't throw garbage overboard ................................................44
Contact our Sales Team
Drowning hypothermia .............................................................48
company will endeavour to honour published prices, it Drug warning notice .................................................................48 Tel: +44 (0)1737 763400
reserves the right to alter them at anytime should there Drugs and alcohol warning notice ............................................48 Fax: +44 (0)1737 782818
Drugs use and trafficking warning notice .................................48 Email: info@maritimeprogress.com
be an underlying increase in cost or if a pricing error Electric shock & serious injury..................................................48
has occurred. Enclosed space and tank rescue .............................................43 www.maritimeprogress.com

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Technical information
- Colour and shape

Prohibition signs
Used to limit access and prohibit activity so as to
reduce and control risk.
A black symbol contained within a red circle with
diagonal crossbar, white text on a red background
if necessary.

Hazard signs
Used to emphasise identified hazards that cannot
be eliminated categorized by the words Danger,
Warning and Caution.
A black symbol contained within a yellow triangle
with black border and black text if necessary.

Fire equipment signs


Each item of fire fighting equipment should be
marked so as to be readily identifiable.
A white symbol within a red square or rectangle
with white text if necessary.

Safe condition - escape route signs


Used to indicate an evacuation route, location
of safety equipment, safety facility or a safe
action.
A white symbol within a green square or rectangle
with white text if necessary.

Mandatory signs
Used to give specific instructions and
information so as to ensure the safety of the
crew, passengers and vessel.
A white symbol within a blue circle with white
text if necessary.

Combination signs
Used to convey a mixture of Hazard, Prohibition and
Mandatory messages they adequately inform without
the need for multiple signs.
A white background in combination with the above
specifications.

Hazard diamond signs


Used to identify substances and articles subject to the
provisions of the IMDG Code classed 1 to 9 according
to the hazard.
Reproduced as signs reflecting the labels, marks and
signs according to the IMDG Code.
Technical information
- Materials

Why photoluminescent?

This is an ideal material to use for safety signs because photoluminescent material stores energy
from a light source and releases the light energy in darkness. There must always be enough light to
activate the material while the brightness and period of glow depends on the grade and thickness
of pigment used. Maritime Progress photoluminescent material far exceeds the glow properties
required for Low Location Lighting systems and has Marine Equipment Directive certification by
Lloyds for this purpose. The same material is used as standard for all photoluminescent signs.

Thickness: Self-Adhesive photoluminescent Vinyl (PV)


PV - 0.6mm (600 micron)
PR - 1.3mm (1300 micron) Flexible laminated PVC composite material incorporating a photoluminescent layer thermally
EL - 1.5mm (1500 micron) welded to a white reflective layer, backed with pre-applied adhesive.
EP - 1mm (1000 micron)
WV - 0.1mm (80 micron) Photoluminescent Rigid PVC (PR)
WR - 1mm (1000 micron)
Laminated PVC sheet incorporating a photoluminescent layer backed by a rigid white reflective
Approximate indoor durability: substrate and protected by a tough, clear gloss PVC film. All laminations are thermally welded
PV - 5+ years to form a cohesive sheet.
PR - 10+ years
EL - 10+ years Vynalast engraving laminate (EL)
EP - 10+ years
WV - 5+ years This is a tough, rigid, PVC product designed for the more technical applications of engraved
WR - 10+ years signage. In addition to excellent chemical resistance, it has high tensile strength, good impact
Approximate outdoor durability: strength and dimensional stability with low thermal conductivity. It excels in outdoor applications
where it is resistant to salt water corrosion, ultraviolet light and other environmental factors.
PV - 3+ years
PR - 5+ years
Vynalast photoluminescent engraving laminate (EP)
EL - 5+ years
EP - 5+ years
Combining all of the properties featured in standard Vynalast, this has a glow in the dark core
WV - 2+ years
which incorporates specialist non toxic, non-radioactive luminous pigments that absorb ambient
WR - 5+ years
light, releasing it slowly when the light source is removed.
NB: Durability is based on
temperate climate performance and Self-Adhesive Vinyl (WV)
can be affected by sunlight/humidity
Luminance performance: Flexible gloss vinyl material, employing an emulsion based, UV resistant, permanent adhesive
with high initial tack and adhesion. It is available in a selection of colours and can be specified
PV/PR - in excess of 46mcd/m2
with a reflective finish if required.
@ 10 mins. and 4mcd/
m2 @ 60 mins. when
Rigid PVC (WR)
tested in accordance
with DIN 67510-1 Part 1.
Opaque rigid white gloss PVC material. In addition to excellent chemical resistance, it has high
tensile strength, good impact strength and dimensional stability with low thermal conductivity
making it ideal for exposed outdoor locations.
Technical Information
- Installation

Viewing distance

The relative size and shape of the symbol within a sign is dictated by International standard.
The viewing distance will vary dependant on the illumination conditions, the angle of viewing

h = 130mm
and the eyesight of the viewer. International Standards use a formula that compares viewing
distance against height of the symbol multiplied by a distance factor when viewed at an
incidence angle of 90. This distance factor varies dependant on the user population and
illumination at the surface of the sign. International Standards suggest a general value of 60
can be used for Z0 and an example of the formula is given here. For calculation of viewing
distance given a specific situation please contact your sign supplier.

l= Viewing distance (mm)

l=Z0h Z0 =

h=
Distance factor taking into account light levels and
viewing angle. (ISO:3864-1:2011).
Symbol height (mm)
Z0 = 60 (general value as
defined in ISO
3864-1:2011)
Sign position
Viewing
= Z0h
Signs should be positioned so that the vertical and horizontal viewing angle is as near to the distance
normal as possible. This will vary depending on the function of the sign but as an example = 60x130
signs placed 1700mm from deck level will be at the same height as the average viewers eye = 7800mm (7.8M)
level with minimal vertical viewing angle. Positioning a sign at 2000mm from deck level will
maintain a small viewing angle but raise the sign above the average persons height, making
it visible from a crowd. Low Location Way Guidance signs should be placed no more than
300mm from deck level.

Installation Procedures - Self-Adhesive products (PV,WV,)

For satisfactory installation of self adhesive signs, posters and tapes, surfaces should be
smooth, clean, dust and grease free. Peel off the backing paper, align the item to ensure it
is straight, and allow one edge to stick to the mounting surface. Work away from the centre
of this edge gently smoothing the product into place with a wad of soft clean cloth, ensuring
no air bubbles are trapped. Self-adhesive products are not suitable for applying to emulsion
surfaces.

Installation procedures Rigid products (PR, WR, EL)

Rigid signs can be drilled at each corner for


mechanical fixing and suspension from the deck
head, or can be fixed in place using applied
adhesives, double sided adhesive pads or
suspension kits as detailed on page 59. Where
adhesives are used the sign should be temporarily
fixed in place using adhesive tape along it's top
edge so that a hinge is formed. Once this is done
flip the sign up to reveal the back and apply the
adhesive. Turn the sign back down allowing it to
stick to the bulkhead. Apply pressure with a wad
of soft cloth and ensure a good contact by adding
additional tape until the adhesive has cured.
IMO Symbols
- With text

SOLAS, Chapter III, Regulation


20.10 requires signs to identify the
locations of life saving equipment in
accordance with recommendations
of IMO.
4100 4101 4102 4103 4104 4105
EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG & JJ EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
Reference has been made to
the symbols related to life saving
appliances and arrangements
adopted by IMO resolution A.760
(18), MSC82 (70) and A.952 (23).
4106 4107 4108 4134 4109 4110
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG, JJ & MM

4111 4142 4143 4112 4113 4114


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

MSC / Circ. 777 advises that


Assembly station has the same
meaning as Muster station.

4115 4116 4117 4118 4119 4141


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG, JJ & MM

4120 4121 4125 4126 4127 4128


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Experience gained over many years


has enabled us to include popular
symbols that have as yet not been
adopted by IMO.
4129 4131 4157 4144 4145 4146
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

SOLAS, Chapter III, Regulation


9 requires signs using symbols
recommended by IMO illustrating
the purpose of controls that are
easily seen under emergency
5100 5101 5102 5103 5104
lighting conditions. EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

5105 5106 5107 5108 5109


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Symbols
- Without text

Standard IMO symbols used without


text is a preferred option where
English is not the first language
of the crew and passengers. The
appropriate symbol should be used
4050 4051 4052 4053 4054 4055 to identify each item of life saving
EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG & JJ EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
equipment or the locker in which it
is stowed.

4056 4057 4058 4082 4059 4060


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG, JJ & MM

4061 4080 4062 4063 4064 4065


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

4066 4067 4068 4069 4070 4071


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

4075 4076 4153 4078 4081 4150


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ The size of these signs is designed
to match available direction arrows,
numbers and letters. This enables
simple attachment of a direction
arrow or identification mark as
illustrated, international convention
4200 4201 4202 4203 4204 4205 4206 4207 4208 4209 is that the arrow is to the right of the
JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ symbol.

Full alphabet Example:


available, continue
product ID number
sequentially.
4210 4211 4212 4213 4214 4215 4234 4235
JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ

Directions to
embarkation station A.

4420 4421 4455 4454


EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG, JJ & MM EE, GG, JJ & MM
Safety signs
Safety signs are required to
complement or expand the scope
of officially designated signage.
Many of these signs will be required
by Flag State and Classification
Authorities to cover safety and life 4150 4139 4135 4137 4156
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
saving equipment.

For example all first aid points and


first aid storage should be marked,
as should emergency telephones 4130
EE, GG & JJ
and emergency stop buttons.
In particular chemical carriers 4151 4152 4133 4154 4155
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
and vessels carrying hazardous
cargoes should mark emergency
showers and eye washes with the
appropriate signs.

4140 4171 4173


EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ & GM

4172 4136 4138


EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ & GM

4190 4176 4177


EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ & GM

4179 4184 4181


EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ & GM

4174 4175 4182


EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ & GM

4189 4185 4188


EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ & GM
Direction signs
SOLAS Chapter III, Regulation
11.5 and Chapter II-2, Regulation
13.3.2.5.1 require all escape routes
to be marked with photoluminescent
4351 4350 4352 signs or signs illuminated by
EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR
emergency light or both.

IMO publication IMO-981E


indicates that exit signs should
comprise of a running man
pictogram, an arrow and the word
4357 4353 Exit.
EJ, GM, JP & KR 4460 EJ, GM, JP & KR
(individual face size KK)
Primary escape routes should
be marked with signs comprising
of the running man pictogram, a
direction arrow and the word Exit.
Secondary escape routes should
4356 4355 4354 employ similar signs but with the
EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR wording Exit for emergency use
only and broken lined arrows. This
convention is under review by the
ISO working group but at present we
are unable to offer further guidance
4380 4381 4369 4358 until ratification by IMO.
FJ, JM & KP FJ, JM & KP EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

Frequency of marking is almost


impossible to define accurately,
as the final decision rests with
4382 4383 4374 4359 the surveyor accepting the route
FJ, JM & KP FJ, JM & KP EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR marking, however, the following
points should be adhered to:

1. Every change of direction should


be marked with the appropriate
sign.
4340 4341 4342
EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR
2. Signs in an alleyway or corridor
should be spaced at intervals no
greater than the maximum viewing
distance of the sign employed. See
page 3.
4343 4344 4345
EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR
3. When in public or communal
areas, an Exit sign should be within
a 360 field of view.

4480 4481
EJ & GM EJ & GM

4486 4485 4482 4483 4489 4490


JE & MG JE & MG EJ & GM EJ & GM JE & MG JE & MG
Direction signs
Signs should be positioned between
1500 & 2000mm from deck level for
normal direction marking and not
more than 300mm from deck level
for LLL systems. Where possible, 4402 4401 4403
EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR
signs at doors or hatches should
be positioned above the door so
that the sign is still visible when
the door or hatch cover is open.
Direction signs over doors should
be limited to either a sign containing
an upward pointing arrow, indicating 4404 4405
EJ, GM, JP & KR 4463 EJ, GM, JP & KR
the escape route continues through
(individual face size KK)
the door, or to the running man
pictogram plus the word Exit
indicating that the door is the final
exit.
4406 4409 4407
New Regulations for marine signage EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR
are currently being prepared by
the ISO working group. Results
from this group and subsequent
ratification by IMO are not expected
for some time. One point under 4414 4415 4369 4358
discussion is the use of the word FJ, JM & KP FJ, JM & KP EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

Exit and its use in upper and lower


case. As a consequence we offer
Exit signs in both formats.
4416 4417 4374 4359
FJ, JM & KP FJ, JM & KP EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

These compatible sized signs can


be combined to allow total flexibility
when positioning signage onboard.

Example: 4423 4385 4425 4420 4426 4454


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ FL & JQ EE, GG & JJ

Secondary escape route


4422 4384 4424 4421 4427 4455
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ FJ & JM EE, GG & JJ

Specific local regulation and the


passenger ship industrys primary
concern to ensure the safety and
comfort of all passengers has lead
to this selection of signs indicating 4820 4825 4815 4821
areas of safety for less able EE, GG & JJ FJ, JM & KP EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

persons requiring assistance in an


emergency.

4819 4824 4814 4822


EE, GG & JJ FJ, JM & KP EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR
Direction signs
Where more appropriate (e.g. crew
accommodation and machinery
spaces), escape routes may be
4302 4301 4303 marked with the muster/assembly
EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR or embarkation station direction
signs. Whatever type of sign is
employed to mark the escape
route, the route should always
lead to either a muster/assembly
4304 4100 4050 4305 station or an embarkation station
EJ, GM, JP & KR EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GM, JP & KR which should be identified by the
appropriate sign.

4306 4309 4307


EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

4322 4321 4323


EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

4324 4119 4069 4325


EJ, GM, JP & KR EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GM, JP & KR

4326 4329 4327


EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

4332 4331 4333


EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR

4334 4141 4069 4335


EJ, GM, JP & KR EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GM, JP & KR

4336 4339 4337


EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR EJ, GM, JP & KR
Means of escape
- Low location lighting

SOLAS, Chapter II-2 Regulation 13.3.2.5.1 to 13.3.2.5.2 refers to the marking of escape routes
on passenger ships. The regulation requires ships carrying passengers to be fitted with electric
or photoluminescent Low Location Lighting and if carrying more than 36 passengers these
regulations also apply to the crew accommodation.

Maritime Progress Photoluminescent Rigid Strip LLL System is certified by Lloyds to comply
with the Marine Equipment Directive (MED) covering fire resistance and glow properties required
for the component parts of Low Location Lighting systems.

The system comprises of an aluminum carrier extrusion and rigid photoluminescent insert panels.
It offers a quick and easy installation combined with rugged and durable quality.
0038/10 ISO:15370 Ships and marine technology Low location lighting on passenger ships requires
all escape routes, including stairs, to be marked by LLL. Where a photoluminescent material is
used this should be a minimum of 75mm wide, unless the photoluminescent performance is
increased to allow a narrower width. The superior glow properties of the material manufactured
by Maritime Progress allow systems narrower than 75mm to be used.

The standard system uses a material with glow properties within the PSPA class B range. It has
a carrier with a 50mm visible width of photoluminescent material and is angled away from vertical
to allow the photoluminescent panel to catch more ambient light.

The slim line system uses a similar angled carrier but by using photoluminescent material within
the PSPA class C range visible width is reduced to just 35mm.

When fitting LLL systems reference is to be made to IMO Resolution A.752 (18) for the evaluation,
testing and application of Low Location Lighting.

Class Class This range of signs, printed on heavy duty transparent vinyl (TV), is designed specifically to use
C B with our standard photoluminescent LLL material and tape. Available in packs of ten they are
2374 2394 placed on photoluminescent material so that the printed symbol is highlighted when ordinary
lighting fails.
42mm

4050 4069 4150 4428 4429 4420 4421


60mm

CC & EE CC & EE CC & EE CC & EE CC & EE CC & EE CC & EE

14mm
2382 2383
CF & EG CF & EG

14mm

2385 2384
CF & EG CF & EG
2387 2386 2377 2376
FC & JE FC & JE FC & JE FC & JE
Means of escape
- Low location lighting

6100 6140 6102 6144 6101 6103 6104


CC & EE CF & EG CC & EE CF & EG CC & EE CC & EE CC & EE

The carrier is fixed to the bulkhead by countersunk screws, the heads being covered by the
photoluminescent panels which are simply slipped into the extrusion.

Internal and external corners, and drops up and down stairways, are easily made by mitering the
extrusion and cutting the photoluminescent panels to suit. The LLL signs shown opposite, should
be used to give direction indication. End caps are available to neatly terminate the extrusion where
required.

The LLL strip should be positioned no higher than Specify the number
300mm from deck level. Where stairs or corridors of left and right end
are more than 2m wide, LLL strips should be stops required at
provided on both sides. Stairs should have the time of order.
top and bottom clearly identified with signs 2384
or 2385 applied to the strip. 'Dead end' passages
should be marked with arrows signs 2382 or 2383
spaced no more than 1m apart to direct people
away from the dead end.

The photoluminescent strip should be run up


vertically to the handle of each door which forms
part of the escape route. 'Exit' signs 2386 or 2375
2395 (35mm)
2387 should be provided at each exit, located (50mm)
on the same side as the door handle. Fire and
watertight doors should be marked to show how
the door opens. All photoluminescent material
must produce at least 15 mcd/m2 after10 minutes 1000mm (max)
following removal of external light sources and
at least 2 mcd/m2 after 60 minutes when tested
in situ. The installer should ensure that sufficient
light is available to activate the photoluminescent 300mm (max)
material to attain this performance. Systems
should have their luminescence tested at least
once every 5 years.

SOLAS Regulation 13 Means of Escape. The


purpose of this regulation is to provide means of escape
so that persons on board every type of vessel can safely
and swiftly escape to the lifeboat and liferaft embarkation
deck. In a fire situation with associated smoke the use of
a photoluminescent material and signs at low level will
provide clear guidance, enabling crew and passengers
to escape to the embarkation deck.

Way finding tape PV2024 and PV2028 are ideal when


considering way guidance providing sufficient light is
PV 2024 - 40mm x 10m available to activate the photoluminescent material.
PV 2028 - 80mm x 10m Supplied with 10 left & 10 right handed decals to allow
tape to indicate either direction.
Means of escape
- Stair safety guidance

SOLAS, Chapter II-2 Regulation 13, Means of Escape. This regulation ensures that means of
escape are provided so that persons on board can safely and swiftly escape to the lifeboat and
liferaft embarkation deck.

Stairs represent a slip and trip hazard and


a serious obstacle when part of a means
of escape. Photoluminescent stair nosing
provides an excellent method of highlighting
stairs along an escape route. 2398

We offer three versions constructed in mill


finished aluminium alloy with slip resistant
photoluminescent treads.

Installed with capping


plugs to conceal screw
heads after fixing.
2399

A fourth option is a PVC extrusion which 2400


once installed using an acrylic or similar
adhesive offers a permanent and durable
non-slip finish.

2393

Non-slip self adhesive vinyl tapes.

Photoluminescent - NS 2009 - 50mm wide x18m


Black - NS 2001 - 50mm wide x18m
Black - NS 2002 - 100mm wide x18m

Rigid photoluminescent directional deck


marking discs. Sold in packs of 10.
PR 2086 - 60mm diameter
PR 2088 - 80mm diameter
IMO Fire control symbols
- IMO Resolution A.654(16)

Although not required by regulations


out of convenience and for crew
familiarity, many vessels use signs
depicting Fire Control Plan symbols
to identify equipment onboard.
Fire control Push-button/switch Horn, Bell, Manually operated
plan for fire alarm fire alarm fire alarm call point
Due to demand from the marine
6001 6002 6003 6004 6005 industry we are offering two series
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
of signs based on ISO 17631 and
IMO Resolution A.654 (16). The
signs on these pages use symbols
in accordance with Resolution
A.654(16).

Space protected by Space protected CO2 release Halon 1301


CO2 horn
automatic fire alarm by CO2 station battery

6006 6007 6008 6009 6010


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Space protected by Halon Foam Foam monitor


Foam nozzle
Halon 1301 horn installation (gun)

6011 6012 6013 6014 6015


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Remote controlled
Space protected Foam Foam release Emergency
fire pumps or em.
by foam valve station fire pump
switches
6016 6017 6018 6019 6020
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Bilge Emergency Water monitor Water fog Emergency


pump bilge pump (gun) applicator telephone station

6021 6022 6023 6024 6025


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Fire Drenching Space protected by Drenching section Fire


axe installation drenching installation valves station

6026 6027 6028 6029 6030


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Fire control symbols
- IMO Resolution A.654(16)

SOLAS Consolidated edition


2001 Chapter II-2, Regulation
20 requires the use of fire control
symbols on Fire Plans in accordance
with IMO Resolution A.654(16).
A Class A Class
These symbols can continue to A Class A Class
self-closing
A Class
self-closing sliding
division fire door sliding fire door
be used by vessels constructed fire door fire door
before January 2004 until such 6031 6032 6033 6034 6035
time as the Fire Plans require major EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

modification or replacement. When


this occurs, symbols to ISO 17631
should be used to compile the new
plans regardless of the age of the
vessel. If signs have been used
to identify Fire Control Equipment, Portable foam B Class B Class
B Class
B Class
self-closing
then these too should be changed applicator division fire door
fire door
sliding fire door
to conform to ISO 17631. 6036 6037 6038 6039 6040
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

B Class
Main vertical Fire alarm Sprinkler Space protected
self-closing sliding
zone control panel station by sprinkler
fire door
6041 6042 6043 6044 6045
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Sprinkler Sprinkler Halon release Halon 1301 bottles


CO2 battery
horn section valve station in protected area

6046 6047 6048 6049 6050


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Powder Powder monitor Powder hose Powder release Flame


installation (gun) and hand gun station detector

6051 6052 6053 6054 6055


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Smoke Fire main Hose box with International shore Fire


detector with valves spray / jet connection pump

6056 6057 6058 6059 6060


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Fire control symbols
- IMO Resolution A.654(16)

Heat Gas Fire damper Remote controlled Remtoe controlled


detector detector in vent duct skylights FO/LO valves

6061 6062 6063 6064 6065


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Locker with Locker with


Control Locker with Primary
additional breathing additional protective
station firemans outfit means of escape
apparatus clothing
6066 6067 6068 6069 6070
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Closing appliance for


Secondary Inert gas High expansion CO2 / Nitrogen
exterior ventilation
means of escape installtion foam supply tank bulk installation
inlet or outlet
6071 6072 6073 6074 6075
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Emergency Emergency Remote ventilation 6kg Powder fire 9ltr Foam fire
generator switchboard shutoff extinguisher extinguisher

6076 6077 6078 6079 6080


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

50kg Wheeled 30kg Wheeled


2kg Powder fire 2kg Powder fire 1kg Powder fire
Powder fire CO2 fire
extinguisher extinguisher extinguisher
extinguisher extinguisher
6082 6083 6084 6085 6086
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

45ltr Wheeled
6kg CO2 fire 9kg Powder fire 5kg Powder fire 9ltr Foam fire
foam fire
extinguisher extinguisher extinguisher extinguisher
extinguisher
6087 6088 6089 6090 6091
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Fire control symbols
- ISO 17631 & IMO Resolution A.952(23)

The symbols reproduced here, in


accordance with IMO Resolution
A.952(23), are intended for use
on ships fire plans. Although not
initially required by regulation, out
A Class
of convenience and to assist crew A Class B Class Main vertical A Class
watertight
fire division fire division zone division fire door
familiarity, many vessels use signs fire door

depicting Fire Control Plan symbols 6751 6752 6753 6754 6755
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
to identify equipment onboard.
ISO:24409 Design, location and
use of shipboard safety signs is
likely to be adopted soon and this
standard will include these symbols
as signs.
A Class B Class B Class
B Class A Class self
semi-watertight watertight semi-watertight
SOLAS Chapter II-2 regulation fire door closing fire door
fire door fire door fire door
15 requires the use of fire control 6756 6757 6758 6759 6760
symbols in accordance with IMO EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
Resolution A.952(23) which in turn
refers to ISO:17631 and applies to
vessels constructed on or after 1st
January 2004.

A Class self A Class self B Class self B Class self


B Class self
closing watertight closing semi- closing watertight closing semi-
closing fire door
fire door watertight fire door fire door watertight fire door
6761 6762 6763 6764 6765
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

A Class semi-
A Class sliding A Class watertight B Class sliding B Class watertight
watertight sliding
fire door sliding fire door fire door sliding fire door
fire door
6766 6767 6768 6769 6770
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

B Class semi- A Class watertight A Class semi-


A Class self closing B Class self closing
watertight sliding self closing sliding watertight self closing
sliding fire door sliding fire door
fire door fire door sliding fire door
6771 6772 6773 6774 6775
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

B Class watertight B Class semi- Remote vent. shut-off


Remote vent. shut-off Remote vent. shut-off
self closing sliding watertight self closing for accommodation &
for machinery spaces for cargo spaces
fire door sliding fire door service spaces
6776 6777 6778 6779 6780
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Fire control symbols
- ISO 17631 & IMO Resolution A.952(23)

Fire damper for Fire damper for


Skylight Watertight doors Fire doors
accommodation & machinery
remote controls remote controls remote controls
service spaces spaces
6781 6782 6783 6784 6785
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Closing device for Remote control for fire


Fire damper for Closing device for Closing device for
accommodation & dampers in accommodation
cargo spaces machinery spaces cargo spaces
service spaces & service spaces
6786 6787 6788 6789 6790
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Remote control Remote control for Remote control for closing Remote control for Remote control for
for fire dampers in fire dampers in device for accommodation closing device for closing device for
machinery spaces cargo spaces & service spaces machinery spaces cargo spaces
6791 6792 6793 6794 6795
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Emergency fire
Fire plan & Fire pump Fire Emergency fire
pump remote
associated plans remote control pump pump
control
6796 6797 6798 6799 6800
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Fuel oil
Fuel pumps Lub. oil pumps Bilge pump(s) Emergency bilge
valves remote
remote shut-off remote shut-off remote control pump remote control
control
6801 6802 6803 6804 6805
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Remote release
Lub. oil valves Fire pump valves Remote release Remote release
station for Halon
remote control remote control station for CO2 station for Nitrogen
equivalent
6806 6807 6808 6809 6810
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Fire control symbols
- ISO 17631 & IMO Resolution A.952(23)

Remote release Remote release Remote release International shore Fire


station for foam station for powder station for water connection hydrant

6811 6812 6813 6814 6815


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Fixed CO2 fire


Foam section Powder section Fire main section Sprinkler section
extinguishing
valve valve valve valve
installation
6816 6817 6818 6819 6820
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

The fire extinguishing media is to be


colour coded in the lower part of the
symbol. For Halon equivalent media
this colour is brown with the type of
media used indicated on the sign.
Fixed Nitrogen fire Fixed Halon equivalent Fixed foam fire Fixed powder fire Fixed water fire
extinguishing fire extinguishing extinguishing extinguishing extinguishing
installation installation installation installation installation
6821 6822 6823 6824 6825
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Fixed CO2 fire Fixed Nitrogen fire Fixed Halon equivalent Fixed foam fire Fixed powder fire
extinguishing extinguishing fire extinguishing extinguishing extinguishing
battery battery battery battery battery
6826 6827 6828 6829 6830
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Fixed water fire Halon equivalent


CO2 bottles in Nitrogen bottles in Foam bottles in
extinguishing bottles in protected
protected area protected area protected area
battery area
6831 6832 6833 6834 6835
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Powder bottles in Water bottles in High expansion Water spray system Inert gas
protected area protected area foam supply tank control valves installation

6836 6837 6838 6839 6840


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Fire control symbols
- ISO 17631 & IMO Resolution A.952(23)

Foam Powder Water Foam fire Powder fire


monitor monitor monitor hose & nozzle hose & nozzle

6841 6842 6843 6844 6845


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ ISO:17631 Annex A depicts each
fire extinguisher with either a weight
or a capacity. Manufacturers
produce many different sized
extinguishers therefore the symbols
are shown with this information
Water fire CO2 fire Halon equivalent Foam fire Powder fire
omitted. Customers can request the
hose & nozzle extinguisher fire extinguisher extinguisher extinguisher size to be inserted at no extra cost.
6846 6847 6848 6849 6850 As an alternative product code
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ 2607MMTV can be used to mark
the capacity of the fire extinguisher
on the sign.

Halon equivalent
Water fire CO2 wheeled fire Foam wheeled fire Powder wheeled fire
fire wheeled
extinguisher extinguisher extinguisher extinguisher
extinguisher
6851 6852 6853 6854 6855
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

2607
MN

30x30mm black characters on


transparent vinyl.
Space protected Space protected by
Water wheeled fire Portable foam Fire fighters
by fixed CO2 fire fixed Nitrogen fire
extinguisher applicator unit outfit locker
extinguishing system extinguishing system
6856 6857 6858 6859 6877
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Space protected by fixed Space protected Space protected by Space protected


Space protected by
Halon equivalent fire by fixed foam fire fixed powder fire by fixed water fire
sprinkler system
extinguishing system extinguishing system extinguishing system extinguishing system
6860 6861 6862 6863 6864
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Emergency source Emergency source


Water fog Emergency Air compressor for
of electrical power of electrical power
applicator switchboard breathing devices
(generator) (battery)
6865 6866 6867 6868 6869
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
IMO Fire control symbols
- ISO 17631 & IMO Resolution A.952(23)

Currently ISO have a working


group drawing up a marine signage
standard. ISO:24409 Design,
location and use of shipboard
safety signs. Part 1 of the standard
contains sign design principles part Fire alarm Fire alarm push Manually operated Space monitored Space monitored
panel button / switch call point by smoke detector(s) by heat detector(s)
2 is a catalogue of signs which will
include fire control symbols whilst 6870 6871 6872 6873 6874
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
their use will be defined in part 3 of
the standard.

Space monitored Space monitored Fire Fire extinguisher Safety


by flame detector(s) by gas detector(s) blanket spare charge(s) plan

6875 6876 6878 6715 4132


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Following vessel modification or risk assessment the location of fire fighting and life saving
appliances can change. The SOLAS 1974 Regulations require that alterations to the Fire Control
Plan are recorded as soon as possible. These stick-on pictograms offer an ideal, cost effective
solution for the modification to Fire and Life-saving Plans.

Pictos are available complying with ISO 17631:2002 and IMO Resolution A654(16).

Fire control symbols totalling Life saving appliance symbols Fire control symbols in nine
over 3500 pictos with a legend totalling over 500 pictos with a sheets each comprising 160
and relevant titles. legend and relevant titles. pictos. Totaling 1440.
2603 2604 2600
A5 Booklet A5 Booklet A5 Sheets

50x EEBD 50x Immersion suit


pictos per sheet pictos per sheet
A combination of 144 of the
most common FCS & LSA 2605 2606
pictos with a legend & relevant 60x100mm 60x100mm
titles. Specifically designed for
small vessels
These sheets were introduced following the change in
2608 regulations requiring vessels to carry extra EEBDs and
A4 Sheet
Immersion suits. Individual sets of pictograms are available
upon request.
Fire control plans
- Plan modification / creation

SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 15.2.4 requires general


arrangement plans to be permanently exhibited for the guidance
of the ships officers. These plans are to show the structural fire
prevention measures, the location of fire fighting equipment and
the means of access to different compartments. Description in
such plans shall be in the language or languages required by the Administration. If the language
is neither English or French, a translation into one of these languages shall be included.

IMO Resolution A.952(23) Graphical symbols for shipboard fire control plans
refers to the International Standard ISO 17631:2002. The Maritime Progress fire
and safety plan design department uses symbols from this standard to assist
customers develop suitable fire control plans. When an item of equipment is not
covered by the ISO standard reference is made to the large library of symbols
that have been created to match some customers specific needs.

All work is carried out using the latest internationally recognized IMO/ISO
graphical symbols. Drawings are produced as originals working from prints of
the ship's general arrangement or by importing existing CAD files held by the
customer. This allows us to offer complete, full colour, laminated drawings to A0+ size to cover
most ship board requirements. If required, plans can be securely archived for the customer,
thereafter retrieval and modification can be quick and cost effectively made.

SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 13.7.2.2 requires Ro-Ro


passenger ships to display simple mimic plans showing
the you are here position and escape routes prominently
displayed on the inside of cabin doors and in public spaces.

Plans printed on PSPA Class C photoluminescent vinyl


will considerably improve the effectiveness of this safety
application.
Fire equipment signs
SOLAS, Chapter II-2, Regulation
13.3.2.5.1 refers to the location
markings of fire equipment when
marking escape routes and requires 6140 6131 6163
that they must be photoluminescent EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

or illuminated by emergency
lighting. 6100
EE, GG & JJ

6164 6165 6138


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

6133 6134 6132


6106 EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
EE, GG & JJ

6430 6431 6432 2702


KG & GJ KG & GJ KG & GJ JG

2360
Fine point permanent
marker pen.

6301
MG & RK
6433 6434 6414 6150
KG & GJ KG & GJ KG & GJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

6144 6145 6146


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

6102
EE, GG & JJ

6135 6148 6136


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

6101 6141 6142 4187


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Fire equipment signs

6147 6149 6151


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

6103
EE, GG & JJ

6154 6152 6153


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

6155 6158 6159


6104 EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
EE, GG & JJ

6160 6157 6137


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

Elevator entrances should be


marked with an appropriate safety
sign such as 6300.

6200 6201 6202 6203 6204 Fire fighting equipment may be


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
6105 6300 further identified as to its use with
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ the correctly chosen locating sign.

Example:

6205 6206 6207 6208 6209


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
6210 6211
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
Fire hose location

When equipment in an alleyway


or corridor is stowed in a recess
or locker, then a panoramic sign,
mounted well above head height
should be used to enable equipment
to be identified from a distance.
6501 6505 6503 6507
(individual face size JJ) (individual face size JJ) (individual face size JJ) (individual face size JJ)

6500 6504 6502 6506


(individual face size KK) (individual face size KK) (individual face size KK) (individual face size KK)
Prohibition signs
The ISM Code requires owners
and managers to provide a safe
environment for all persons
onboard. Prohibition signs are 8530 8531 8532
used to restrict entry and onboard EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

practices providing a control


measure where a hazard cannot 8500
otherwise be removed. EE, GG & JJ

Following risk assessment these 8533 8583 8581


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
signs assist the ships officers when
implementing company procedures
and the findings of the assessment.

8536 8537
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8501 8522
EE, GG & JJ KM

8539 8584
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8540 8541 8542


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8502
EE, GG & JJ

8544 8545 8546


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8559 8549 8578


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8547 8690 8691


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8684 8548
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8503 8504
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

8557 8564
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Prohibition signs

8551 8550
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8514 8505
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

8552 8580
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8553 8659 8660


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8506
EE, GG & JJ

8556 8555 8661


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8658 8655 8692


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8510
EE, GG & JJ

8570 8656 8657


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8585 8568
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8511 8513
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

8587 8569
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8543 8560 8561


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8662
EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8565 8566 8567


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Hazard signs
International standards require
sign makers to ensure, as far as
possible, that the seriousness of the
hazard is represented on a sign by
using the correct terminology.

It is counterproductive to 7500 7651 7652 7540 7653 7541


categorize every hazard at the EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

highest consequence therefore


risk assessment is critical when
choosing the correct level of hazard
identification sign. These signs use
the following key words to represent
the seriousness of the hazard:

7544 7545 7542 7654 7546 7655


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

To indicate a potentially
hazardous situation, which, if
not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury.

To indicate a potentially
hazardous situation, which, if 7549 7656 7657 7554 7658 7569
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
not avoided, may result in death
or serious injury.

To indicate an immediately
hazardous situation, which, if
not avoided, will result in death
or serious injury.
To be limited to the most extreme 7659 7577 7665 7663 7666 7695
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
situations.

3144 3112 3116


KM & PR KM & PR KM & PR

3106 3110 3114


KM & PR KM & PR KM & PR
Hazard signs

7508 7620 7623 7501 7573 7574


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7502 7667 7570 7669 7671 7548


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7503 7672 7571 7560


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ 3103
KM & PR

7504 7580 7581 7582 7583 7584


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7585
EJ, GF, GM & KJ

3100 3101
KM & PR KM & PR

3108 3102 3104


MM KM & PR KM & PR
Hazard signs
Vessel managers and captains
are obliged to identify hazards
onboard. It is important to ensure
that crew members are warned of
actual hazards and the realistic
consequence of ignoring them.
Once identification is complete 7505 7675 7590 7676 7591 7597
and the location of hazards EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

is accomplished a good risk


assessment will include measures
to reduce and control risk.

7596 7678 7696


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7506 7600 7679 7601 7604 7605


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7586 7694 7664


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7507 7610 7611 7613 7587 7619


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7618 7617 7588 7616 7615 7614


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7625 7626 7627 7628 7668 7578


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Hazard signs

7509 7631 7687 7635 7688 7630


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7632 7633 7634 7636 7700 7701


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

3105 3142 3143


KM & PR KM & PR KM & PR

7511 7660 7515 7673


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ 3109
KM & PR

7514 7680 7681 7510 7650 7689


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7523 7691 7692 7524 7693 7579


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Mandatory signs
The ISM Code places an obligation
on owners and managers to provide
a safe environment onboard. This
necessitates risk assessment to
identify the hazards associated with
operations and life onboard ship. 5800 5801 5802 5803 5804 5805
EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
Once hazards have been identified
mandatory signs are used to give
specific instruction to crew and
passengers, to reduce identified
risks.

5806 5807 5808 5809 5811 5812


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

5814 5815 5816 5817 5818 5819


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

5820 5821 5822 5839 5840 5841


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

5830 5831
FL & JQ FL & JQ

5642 5709 5710 5733 5785 5786


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5648 5722 5723 5721 5791 5792


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Mandatory signs

5644 5715 5712 5734 5787 5730


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5646 5719 5793 5647 5731 5794


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5645 5716 5732 5795 5796 5735


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5649 5724 5797 5650 5725 5798


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5651 5726 5677 5643 5799 5782


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5652 5743 5656 5742


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Mandatory signs

5675 5851 5679 5854 5852 5872


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5873 5874 5881 5876 5882 5871


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5875 5729 5708 5744 5727 5707


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5641 5658 5655 5653 5657


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

Certain Mandatory actions are


required during emergency
situations, these products have
been produced using experience
gained over many years. Specific
ship instructions can be reproduced
upon request, see page 21. 5902
GF & KJ

5903
5900 5901 GF & KJ
LK LK
Space identification signs
Many spaces have recognised
hazards which require messages of
warning, prohibition and mandatory
instruction prior to entry.
These signs are used to convey a
combination of messages onto one
sign rather than having a number of
different signs.

3123
MM

3122 3124
MM MM

3125
MM

3111 3126
MM MM

3127
MM

3141 3128
MM MM

3135
MM

3129 3136
MM MM

3137
MM
Accommodation signs

5803 5826 5809 5811 5822 5800


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

5877 5878 8574 8619


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8500 8524 8505 8515 4198 4199


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ

8520 8530 8550 8582


FK EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8575 4185 4180 4186


FK EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

2918 2919 2920 2876


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

2941 2942 2940 2932 2931 2929


FE & JG FE & JG EE, GG & JJ FG & JK FG & JK FG & JK

8001 7000
GJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5728 5769 8002 8003


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
8000
FH
5680
EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Accommodation signs
SOLAS, Chapter II-2, Regulation
13.7.2.1 requires decks on Ro-Ro
passenger ships to be sequentially
numbered starting with 1 at the tank
top or lowest deck. The numbers
4470 4200 4201 4202 4203 4204 4420 shall be prominently displayed at
JP & MT JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ EE, GG, JJ & MM
stair landings and lift lobbies. Decks
may also be named, but the deck
number shall always be displayed
with the name.

4471 4210 4211 4212 4213 4214 4421


JP & MT JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ JF & MJ EE, GG, JJ & MM

Products 4472 and 4473


are designed so that
the deck and stairway
identification mark can
be included on the sign.
Please supply deck 4472 4473
JP & MT JP & MT
number or letter when
ordering.

2922 2938 2939


EJ & GM EG & GE EG & GE

7624 7572 7574


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

A frames provide the perfect


2760 2761 2762 2763 7623 7573 7570
KF KF KF KF EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
solution for temporary signage
during cleaning and maintenance
tasks.

2740Z- Caution Maintenance in progress Double sided


2741Z- Caution Wet floor Lightweight
2742Z- Caution Slippery surface Folds flat when not in use
2743Z- Out of order Message area: 375 x 205mm
2744Z- Caution Men working overhead Overall size: 660 x 305mm
2745Z- Caution Wet paint
2746Z- Caution Trip hazard Use product code 2749Z adding
2747Z- Caution Cleaning in progress the text of your choice and we
2748Z- Caution No unauthorised persons will include the most appropriate
beyond this point safety symbol to accompany your
2750Z- Caution Wet deck message.
Galley signs

5746 5748
EJ & GM EJ & GM

5762 5757 5750 5753


LK LK EJ & GM EJ & GM

5751 5752
EJ & GM EJ & GM

5765 5764 5754 5755


LK LK EJ & GM EJ & GM

8618 7569
EJ & GM EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5761 5766 7693 7579


LK LK EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

7691
EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5705 5706 1402 2885


LK LK KG EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5774 5775 5776 5777 5778 2884


EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ EE, GG & JJ
Galley signs
Food hygiene requires that food
must be protected from the risk of
contamination and the instruction in
this range of signs reinforces these
requirements.

5654 5728 5737 5745 5789


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5760
LK

5659 5736 5783 5738 5779


EE, GG & JJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5759
LK

5740 5851 5675 5674 5744


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8550 8530 4170 4180 4185 5784


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ GF & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ Y

MARPOL 73/78 Annex V prohibits


the discharge of all garbage into
the sea unless expressly provided
for otherwise. The vessel Garbage
5690 5691 5692 Management Plan stresses the
FK FK FK importance of reusing and recycling
3115 ship generated waste.
EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5693 5694 5695


FK FK FK 8619
EJ, GF, GM & KJ

5696 5697 8567


FK FK EJ, GF, GM & KJ
Deck & Engine room signs
Signage specifically designed
with deck and machinery room
operations in mind are reproduced
here for ease of reference. 2874 2878 2879
EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ & GM

2908 2877 4181 2701


EJ & GM EJ & GM EJ, GF, GM & KJ LJ

7578 7700 7701 7545


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ

8546 8539 8574 8570 3014


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ VR (1000x600mm)

Any space protected by a fixed


gas blanketing fire extinguishing
system must have all entrance
doors and hatches marked by the
appropriate sign.

5876 5881 5872 5853 3110


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ KM & PR

5873 5852 5790 5678 3120


EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ KM & PR

5902 5110 5111 5112 5875


EJ, GF, GM & KJ FG & JK FG & JK FG & JK EJ, GF, GM & KJ
ISPS Code signs
The ISPS Code came into force
in July 2004, Part B contains
guidelines regarding the provisions
8692 8691 8690 of SOLAS, Chapter XI-2 and the
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ
mandatory Part A of the code.

Part B, Section 9 requires the


2540 2532 identification of restricted areas,
HF HF 5855 5825 5824 access notices and forms of
EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ EJ, GF, GM & KJ declaration for ships.

Part B, Section 16 requires similar


identification for port facilities.

2889 2974 2419


GG & JJ GG & JJ GG & JJ

3139
MM
2896
NM 2700
(sold in sheets of 10)
Security seal manufactured from a special
plastic which tears when attempts to peel it off
are made. Ideal for securing bonds etc.

2924
MM
3138
PM
3140
450x900mm

A rigid PVC sign


with printed insert
which allows the
level of security to be
changed and shown
through a window in 8695
2894 the front face. 2703 KM & LQ
JM
MM
The signs on the
left (2890-93) can
be placed beside
the lock on a door
2895 to indicate the
EJ & GM correct status at
specific security
levels.

(sold in sheets of
2909 2893 2892 2891 2890 10)
EJ & GM 50x25mm 50x25mm 50x25mm 50x25mm
Vessel graphics
- Bespoke signs / Alternative languages

The collection of signs and posters displayed in the


Maritime Progress book has been developed over
many years and will meet the majority of vessel
requirements. Occasionally signs and instructions
that are specific to a particular ship or group of
ships are required. In order to provide a timely cost
effective service these special low volume products
are produced using digital equipment.

Investment in specific high quality digital equipment


has enabled the production of these one off products
to be economically viable. Quality prints can be
produced on numerous different materials including
brass, stainless steel, Perspex, etc.

Colour matching to existing signage and


corporate colours is easily achieved.

Reproduction of operating instructions


to customers own designs or providing
advice by making reference to our
extensive library of previous work can
be achieved on a number of different
materials.

Selected ISM Safety WORKS


posters have been translated into SOLAS regulations and many IMO resolutions make reference to the requirements for providing
languages other than English information in the working language of the vessel. Internationally recognized symbols assist with
contact your supplier for an up to this task however certain situations require the written word.
date list.
An increasing number of signs and ISM Safety
WORKS posters are now available in languages
other than English ensuring important messages
are understood by crew members whose first
language is not English.
Vessel graphics
- Vinyl cut lettering / Engraved signs

Life Saving Appliance marking is easily achieved using


vinyl cut lettering stencils.

SOLAS Chapter III Regulation 7.1.4 requires lifebuoys


to be marked with the name and port of registry of the
ship on which it is carried.

LSA Code Chapter 4.4.9.3 requires that the ship to


which the lifeboat belongs and the number of the lifeboat
is marked and visible from above.

LSA markings are supplied in black upper case Aerial


font unless requested otherwise. When ordering for
a lifebuoy please provide both the inside and outside
diameter so that an accurate stencil can be produced. To order please provide the content of the stencil, the colour and finish
of the vinyl, preferred font and size of the lettering. For example lifebuoy
Our state of the art vinyl cutter produces letters in any font lettering for the MV Maritime Progress:
and to a maximum size of 1600mm. Vinyl is available
Vessel MV MARITIME PROGRESS
in many different colours, therefore vinyl cut letters can
Port of registry LONDON
fulfill a number of different bespoke functions. Reflective
Colour/finish of vinyl Black gloss
vinyl is used when a message is required to be read in
Font and size 50mm Arial UPPER CASE
limited light conditions.
Lifebuoy Outside diameter 800mm
Inside diameter 400mm.

Vynalast engraving laminate


(EL) has been specifically
developed for use in harsh
marine environments. The
material is particularly suitable for
use on exposed decks due to its
superior ultraviolet performance
and resistance to salt water.

Vynalast engraved signs can be


formed and bent to allow fixing to a
variety of different shaped objects such
as pipes and curved bulkheads. Easily
guillotined and sawn it can be cut to size When ordering engraved signs
and drilled onboard if necessary. The please provide the following
signs are available in either gloss or satin information:
finish.
Required material
Vynalast photoluminescent engraving Required text/detail
laminate (EP) combines all of the Sign dimensions
properties featured in standard Vynalast, Colour of text
this has a glow in the dark core that Colour of background
absorbs ambient light, releasing it slowly Required finish
when the light source is removed. (gloss or satin)

Signs can be engraved on virtually any substrate, often used for decoration as well as being
informative they provide a tough and durable alternative to printed signs. If you have other
requirements please contact us to discuss.
Posters
- Operating instructions

SOLAS Chapter III, Regulation


9 requires posters or signs to be
provided on or in the vicinity of
survival craft and their launching
controls.

These posters illustrate the purpose


of controls and the procedures for
operating the appliance and give
relevant instructions or warnings.

1001W 1002W 1004W

1005W 1020W 1045W

Selected ISM Safety WORKS


posters have been translated into
languages other than English
please enquire with regard to
availability.

1047W 1073W 1080W


Posters
- Emergency preparedness

SOLAS Chapter III, Regulation


19 requires every crew member to
participate in at least one abandon
ship drill and one fire drill every
month.

SOLAS Chapter III, Regulation 30


states that on passenger ships an
abandon ship drill and fire drill shall
take place weekly.

1016W 1003W 1046W

SOLAS Chapter V, Regulation


29 requires an illustrated table
describing the life saving signals to
be readily available to the Officer of
the Watch.

Our double sided SOLAS card


1059Z and poster 1058W has been
confirmed as accurate in the UK by
MCA and free of copyright issues
by HMSO. MPL holds the right to
reproduce these designs.

1017W 1031W 1058W

SOLAS Chapter III contains


regulations for Life Saving
Appliances. In particular Regulation
8 requires the display of a Muster
list 1012X on the bridge, in crew
accommodation spaces and in the
engine room.

1059Z (Double sided) 1012X (includes pen)


Posters
- Pollution prevention

MARPOL Annex V, Regulation 10


requires certain ships and offshore
units to use placards and plans to
advise passengers and crew of the
garbage disposal regulations.

1042Y 1029X

USA Navigable Waters CFR, Title


33 Part 155 Oil or hazardous
materials pollution prevention
requires a Discharge of Oil
Prohibited placard - 1043Y to be
displayed.

1043Y 1048Y 1049Y

1008W 1022W 1023W


Posters
- Bridge procedures

IMO Resolution A601(15) requires


the use of a Pilot card - 1011X, and
a Wheelhouse poster 1010X.

1010X (includes pen) 1011X (includes pen)

SOLAS Chapter V, Regulation


23 details the requirements for
pilot transfer. Poster 1026X gives
guidance to the crew in accordance
with the recommendations on pilot
transfer adopted by IMO resolution
A.1045(27).

Poster 1065X Williamson Turn


provides clear information for the
Officer of the Watch for when this
1026X (encapsulated paper) 1065X (includes pen) manoeuvre may be required.

1015W 1034W 1079W


Posters
- Operational safety

Fully researched in line with


industry best practice these posters
are designed as a training aid in
compliance with the ISM Code.
They assist the ship owner/operator
to fulfill his obligation by providing
practical information on common
shipboard tasks. The posters
reinforce training and promote
discussion among the crew.

1013W 1014W 1021W

1024W 1025W 1030W

1033W 1035W 1044W


Posters
- Operational safety

1064W 1066W 1071W

1077W 1078W 1028W

The ISM Safety WORKS series


of posters and manuals are
covered by copyright and may not
be reproduced without the written
permission of Maritime Progress
Ltd.

1081W 1006W 1007W


Posters
- Health & safety awareness

Designed to give essential safety


advice and information to crew
members with regard to tasks
not normally associated with the
day to day running of the vessel.
These posters are used as aids
during training sessions and useful
reminders long after the training has
been completed.
1038 1040

The important warning


message on posters 1037
and 1039 is reproduced on
smaller posters 150 x 105mm
specifically designed for the
1069W 1070W cabin.

1037Y 1039Y 1041Y

These posters give clear indication


to the meaning of internationally
recognised signs and symbols.
They are invaluable as part of the
onboard system to provide clear
guidance to crew and passengers.

1057W 1067W 1036W


Posters
- Health & safety awareness

SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation


15 requires crew members to
receive instruction on fire safety and
be familiar with the arrangements of
the ship as well as the location and
operation of fire-fighting systems
and appliances.

1072W 1032W 1068Y

1027Y 1426KP

The Think Safety range of posters


have been designed to reinforce
the requirement of the ISM code for
safety awareness training focusing
1100W - Eye protection attention on the most common
1101W - Prevent fire health and safety issues found
1102W - Workshop house keeping onboard.
1103W - Hazardous materials
1104W - Lifting
1105W - Slips and falls
1106W - Correct procedures
1107W - Medical attention
1108W - Confined spaces
1109W - Personal protective equipment
1110W - Electrical safety
1111W - Noise awareness
Safety WORKS Manuals
Fire Training Manual PB1258Z
Complies with SOLAS, Chapter II-2, Regulation
15.2.3. This generic illustrated manual covers the
basic fire fighting training requirements of SOLAS
in easily understood terms. Supplied as a ring
binder it has sections arranged for inclusion of
ship specific information allowing the manual to be
tailored to the specific vessel and easily updated
by ships staff.
Fire prevention
Fire extinction
Fire equipment
The Safety WORKS series of
manuals and record books produced
by Maritime Progress complement
existing ISM Management Systems SOLAS Manual 1250Z
and are used in conjunction with Complies with SOLAS, Chapter III, Part B,
ISM Safety WORKS posters. Regulation 35. This generic illustrated manual
Publications and posters are written covers the basic life saving appliance training
requirements of SOLAS in easily understood
in the easily understood Safety
terms. Again supplied as a ring binder it has
WORKS format which is ideal for sections arranged for inclusion of ship specific
seafarers whose first language may information allowing the manual to be tailored to
not be English. the specific vessel and easily updated by ships
staff.
Emergency instructions
Personal safety
Life saving appliances

SOPEP Manual PB1254Z


Complies with MARPOL 73/78, Annex 1,
Regulation 37 requiring every oil tanker of 150
tons gross and above, and every ship of 400 tons
gross and above to carry a shipboard oil pollution
emergency plan, approved by the Administration.
This generic manual, supplied as a ring binder,
satisfies the above MARPOL regulations once
basic ship specific information has been inserted
by ships staff. It contains useful check lists
covering various oil spill scenarios.

SMPEP Manual PB1252Z


Complies with MARPOL 73/78, Annex II,
Regulation 17 in addition to the SOPEP
requirement this regulation requires any ship
of 150 tons gross and above, certified for the
carriage of noxious liquid substances in bulk to
have a shipboard marine pollution emergency
plan approved by the Administration. This generic
manual, supplied as a ring binder, satisfies the
above MARPOL regulations once basic ship
specific information has been inserted by ships
staff. It contains useful check lists covering various
oil and chemical spill scenarios.
Record books & booklets
Garbage Management Plan & Record Book
PB1256Z

Complies with MARPOL 73/78, Annex V,


Regulation 10. This plan, supplied as a ring
binder, is generic in nature with provision made
for inclusion of ship specific information thereby
customising the plan to individual vessels as
required by the above regulations.

Garbage Record Book PB1203Y

Complies with MARPOL 73/78, Annex V,


Regulation 10. A record is to be kept of each
discharge operation or completed incineration.
This includes discharges into the sea, to reception
facilities or to other ships, as well as the accidental
loss of garbage.

Water Ballast Record Book PB1204Y

Complies with IMO Resolution A.868(20). A


record is to be kept of each water ballast operation.
This includes loading, exchanging and discharging
ballast. The completed ballast water reporting
form is to be provided to Port State Authority upon
request.

ISPS Code Declaration of Security Record


Book PB1205Y

Complies with International Ship and Port


Facility Security Code, Part A, Section 5. Each
page provides the framework for a declaration of
security to be made between the ship and a port
facility or other ship.

Survival Booklet PB1201Z

Complies with IMO Resolution A.657(16) and


LSA Code, Chapter IV, Regulation 4.1.5.1.22
and 4.4.8.4. Printed on water proof card and
suitable for both lifeboats and liferafts.

Welcome on Board Booklet PB1280Z

The booklet offers basic safety information to


personnel joining a vessel and requires that they
fill in ship specific information that can be retained
for future reference. A detachable slip in each
booklet provides the Safety Officer with a signed
record that basic safety training has been received
by each crew member.
IMO Publications
SOLAS, Consolidated Edition IMDG Code (including
2009 Amendment 36-12), 2012
Edition
Arabic IE110A
Chinese IE110C English II200E
English IE110E
French IE110F
Russian IE110R
Spanish IE110S

MARPOL, Consolidated Collision Regulations


edition 2011 Convention (COLREGS),
2003 Edition
Arabic ID520A
English ID520E
French ID520F English IB904E
Maritime Progress is appointed as French IB904F
Spanish ID520S
an IMO publication distributor. All Spanish IB904S
IMO publications can be sourced
if required. Lead time for these
publications is normally 5-10 days.
Guide to Maritime Security & International Code of Signals,
ISPS Code, 2012 Edition 2005 Edition
Arabic I116A English IA994E
Chinese I116C French IA994F
English IA116E Spanish IA994S
French IA116F
Spanish I116S

ISM Code & Guidelines, 2010 STCW including 2010 Manila


Edition Amendments, 2011 Edition
English IB117E Arabic IC938A
French IB117F Chinese IC938C
Spanish IB117S English IC938E
French IC938F
Spanish IC938S

Life-Saving Appliances LSA International Conference on


Code, 2010 Edition Load Lines, 2005 Edition
English ID982E Chinese IB701C
French ID982F English IB701E
Spanish ID982S French IB701F
Spanish IB701S

Fire Safety Systems (FSS) Ships' Routeing, 2010 Edition


Code, 2007 Edition
English IA155E English ID927E
French IA155F
Spanish IA155S
Temporary tie tags
Temporary tie tags provide a way
to mark items of machinery and
areas for safety reasons. The tags
are traceable so are ideal when
used during maintenance and in
connection with the vessel permit
to work system. They can form an
important element within any ISM
system.
2501 2502 2503 2504 2505 2506
HF HF HF HF HF HF

2507 2508 2509 2510 2541 2542


HF HF HF HF HF HF

2520 2521 2522 2523 2524 2525


HF HF HF HF HF HF

2526 2527 2528 2529 2530 2531


HF HF HF HF HF HF

These tags are printed on a semi-


rigid PVC with a matt finish to allow
an authorisation signature and the
date to be added in pen. The tags
are supplied in packs of ten and
2360 come complete with cable ties for
Fine point permanent marker pen for easy fixing.
use when marking on tie tags.
2532 2540
HF HF
Tapes
Generally photoluminescent tape is The vinyl tape is a laminated PVC composite material incorporating
used for two main duties, marking a photoluminescent layer thermally welded to a white reflective
means of escape (see pages 10 layer, backed with pre-applied adhesive. Luminance performance
to 12) and area identification in in excess of 46mcd/m2 @ 10 minutes and 4mcd/m2 @ 60 minutes
the event of a black out. Area when tested in accordance with DIN 67510-1 Part 1.
identification will assist crew and
PV 2014 - 40mm wide x 10m
passengers locate emergency
equipment in the event of a black PV 2018 - 80mm wide x 10m
out.

Installers must ensure adequate


light is available to activate the
Photoluminescent self adhesive vinyl tape for marking
photoluminescent material to attain
safe areas (Green), marking danger zones (Black) and
the required performance.
highlighting fire fighting equipment (Red).

Green Black Red


PV 2034, 2044, 2054 - 40mm wide x 10m
PV 2038, 2048, 2058 - 80mm wide x 10m

ST2000 - Self adhesive SOLAS tape, a retro-reflective tape


used for marking of Life Saving Appliances (LSA) as required by
SOLAS and IMO Resolution A.658(16)

ST 2000 - 50mm wide x 45m

Reflective self-adhesive tapes supplied for use in limited


light conditions. Used for hazardous area marking (Black/
Yellow) and no entry (Red/White).

Red and White - CV 2059 - 50mm wide x 10m


Black and Yellow - CV 2011 - 50mm wide x 10m
CV 2012 - 100mm wide x 10m
CV 2013 - 150mm wide x 10m

Non self adhesive polyethylene supplied for marking hazardous


areas (Black/Yellow) and no entry marking (Red/White)
Red and White - CV 2005 - 70mm wide x 500m
Black and Yellow - CV 2006 - 70mm wide x 500m
Pipe identification tape
- ISO 14726

Main Product Pantone


50mm RAL
colour colour (PMS)
Black CV 2140 9005 Black c
Blue CV 2141 5015 2925 c
Brown CV 2142 8001 154 c
Green CV 2143 6018 362 c
Grey CV 2144 7001 430 c
Maroon CV 2145 8015 490 c
Orange CV 2146 2003 158 c
Silver CV 2147 9006 877 c
Red CV 2148 3000 1797 c
Violet CV 2149 4001 2633 c
White CV 2150 9010 White c
Yellow-ochre CV 2151 1021 116 c
Flow arrows CV 2130 - -

Decontamination 50mm
50mm
water 50mm
50mm

Pipelines should be marked at least once in each space; at each penetration point in
bulkheads and decks, close to each valve and within a distance of 3-5m along the length
of the pipeline. Local conditions may require more marking due to pipe bends or the close
proximity of pipes for different services.

Prior to application, pipes should be dust and oil free. The tape should overlap by at least
20mm on the blind side of the pipe, however on pipes with an external circumference of
over 200mm the tape only needs to cover half the circumference of the pipe.

Anti-Spray Tape
Protects engine pipeline installations against leakage in accordance with SOLAS Chapter
II-2, Regulation 4.2.2.5.3. The anti-spray tape directs any potential leakage to areas
where flammable substance will not be dangerous. Enhanced with a fire retardant (self
extinguishing) adhesive layer which is also water resistant. The tape has a temperature
range of up to 150 C)

AS 2003 - 50mm wide x 10m


AS 2004 - 100mm wide x 10m
Pipe identification tape
- to ISO 14726

ISO:14726 Ships and marine Flow arrows Ref. Nos.


technology Identification Flow arrows 2130
colours for the content of piping
systems. Waste media Ref. Nos.
Black water 2140-2141-2140
This International standard provides Waste oil/Used oil 2140-2142-2140
identification colours for the content Bilge water 2140-2143-2140
of piping systems. All the current Exhaust gas 2140-2144-2140
permutations are shown on these Grey water 2140-2150-2140
two pages. Sewage-contaminated 2140-2151-2140

This system is not intended to Fresh water Ref. Nos.


identify medical or industrial gasses Fresh water, sanitary 2141-2142-2141
or ships cargo. Potable water 2141-2143-2141
Distillate 2141-2144-2141
Gas turbine fresh water 2141-2146-2141
Feed water 2141-2147-2141
Cooling fresh water 2141-2149-2141
Cooling fresh water 2141-2150-2141
Cooling fresh water 2141-2151-2141

Sea water Ref. Nos.


Decontamination water 2143-2141-2143
Sea water, sanitary 2143-2142-2143
Ballast water 2143-2149-2143
Cooling sea water 2143-2151-2143

Fuel Ref. Nos.


Heavy fuel oil (H.F.O.) 2142-2140-2142
Aviation fuel 2142-2141-2142
Biological fuel 2142-2149-2142
Gas turbine fuel 2142-2150-2142
Marine diesel fuel (M.D.O.) 2142-2151-2142

Non-flammable gasses Ref. Nos.


Oxygen 2144-2141-2144
Inert gas 2144-2142-2144
Nitrogen 2144-2143-2144
Refrigerant 2144-2145-2144
Compressed air-low pressure 2144-2146-2144
Compressed air-high pressure 2144-2148-2144
Control air/Regulating air 2144-2149-2144
Breathing air* 2144-2150-2144
Breathing gas* 2144-2151-2144

Oil other than fuel Ref. Nos.


Thermal fluid 2146-2141-2146
Lubrication oil for gas turbines 2146-2143-2146
Hydraulic fluid 2146-2144-2146
Lubrication oil for steam turbines 2146-2147-2146
Lubrication oil for gears 2146-2149-2146
Lubrication oilf for combustion engines 2146-2151-2146

* Intended for use in submarines for distribution systems used for breathing from air cylinders
Pipe identification tape
- to ISO 14726

Air in ventilation systems Ref. Nos.


Discharge air 2150-2140-2150
Mechanical supply air-cold 2150-2141-2150
Natural exhaust air 2150-2142-2150
Atmospheric air 2150-2143-2150
Mechanical exhaust air 2150-2144-2150
Decontaminated supply air 2150-2145-2150
Mechanical recirculated air 2150-2146-2150
Mechanical supply air-warm 2150-2147-2150
Smoke clearances 2150-2148-2150
Conditioned supply air 2150-2149-2150
Natural supply air 2150-2151-2150

Fire fighting / fire protection Ref. Nos.


Fire fighting water 2148-2143-2148
Fire fighting gas 2148-2144-2148
Sprinkler water 2148-2146-2148
Spray water 2148-2149-2148
Fire fighting powder 2148-2150-2148
Fire fighting foam 2148-2151-2148

Air and sounding pipes Ref. Nos.


Waste media 2145-2140-2145
Fresh water 2145-2141-2145
Fuel 2145-2142-2145
Sea water 2145-2143-2145
Non-flammable gases 2145-2144-2145
Oil other than fuels 2145-2146-2145
Steam 2145-2147-2145
Fire fighting 2145-2148-2145
Acids and Alkalis 2145-2149-2145
Ventilation systems 2145-2150-2145
Flammable gases 2145-2151-2145

Flammable gases Ref. Nos.


Hydrogen 2151-2141-2151
Acetylene 2151-2144-2151
Liquid gas 2151-2149-2151

Steam Ref. Nos.


Steam for heating 2147-2140-2147
Exhaust steam 2147-2150-2147
Supply steam 2147-2151-2147

Acids, Alkalis Ref. Nos.


Acids, Alkalis 2149
Pipe identification tape
- To BS 1710

Pipe identification tape to BS Main Product Main Product


1710:1984 is offered on this page. colour
50mm
colour colour
150mm
colour
The identification banding is at least Red CV 2111 Green CV 2101
400mm wide therefore tapes of Primrose CV 2112 Silver/Grey CV 2102
150mm wide (CV2101 to CV2108) Auxiliary blue CV 2113 Brown CV 2103
150mm
are available in compliance with this Crimson CV 2114 Yellow ochre CV 2104
standard. Sub category identification Emerald green CV 2115 Violet CV 2105 100mm
min.
of content is done using 50mm tape Salmon pink CV 2116 Light blue CV 2106
(CV2111 to CV2121). All tapes are White CV 2117 Black CV 2107 150mm

30m long. Blue CV 2118 Orange CV 2108


Sea green CV 2119
Identification should be fitted Golden brown CV 2120 Heating water
either side of valves, at bulkhead Dark mauve CV 2121
penetrations, T-joints, etc. and at Flow arrows CV 2130 over 100C
regular intervals along the pipe.

Prior to application, pipes should be


dust and oil free. The tape should
overlap by at least 20mm on the Water Ref. Nos.
blind side of the pipe. Sea, river or untreated 2101-2101-2101
Fire mains 2101-2111-2111-2101
Drinking 2101-2113-2113-2101
Cooling (primary) 2101-2117-2117-2101
Hydraulic power 2101-2116-2116-2101
Boiler feed 2101-2114-2117-2114-2101
Condensate 2101-2114-2115-2114-2101
Chilled 2101-2117-2115-2117-2101
Heating over 100C 2101-2118-2114-2118-2101
Heating under 100C 2101-2114-2118-2114-2101
Hot 2101-2117-2114-2117-2101
Cold 2101-2117-2118-2117-2101
Oils Ref. Nos.
Furnace 2103-2103-2103
Diesel 2103-2117-2117-2103
Lubricating 2103-2115-2115-2103
Hyrdaulic power 2103-2116-2116-2103
Transformer 2103-2114-2114-2103
Gases Ref. Nos.
Compressed air 2106-2106-2106
Vacuum 2106-2117-2117-2106
Steam 2102-2102-2102-2102
Refrigerant 12 2104-2118-2118-2104
Refrigerant 22 2104-2119-2119-2104
Refrigerant 502 2104-2120-2120-2104
Anhydrous ammonia 2104-2121-2121-2104
Other refrigerants 2104-2115-2115-2104
Natural gas 2104-2112-2112-2104
Others Ref. Nos.
Drainage 2107-2107-2107
Elec. conduits & ventilation ducts 2108-2108-2108
Acids and alkalis 2105-2105-2105
Flow direction arrows 2130
Fixings and frames

Magnetic sticky strips 2800Z

For fixing signs to metal doors and bulkheads. Double sided sticky pads 2801Z
Useful where signs need only be temporarily
displayed. Sold in packs of 10 they are 300mm An acrylic adhesive pad offers a strong
long and can be cut to length. permanent bond for fixing signs to all
surfaces. Sold in sheets of 50 pads.

Sign adhesive 2802Z

A solvent based gunning


adhesive offering the strongest
fixing to all types of surface.
Applicator gun 2803Z

SupaSlim Frames

These frames are manufactured from an aluminum extrusion and finished in a smart silver
anodised coating, available in a variety of sizes to suit our standard sign range. Suspended
versions are supplied complete with hooks and suspension wires.
2820- To suit sign size GM (100x300mm) 2823- To suit sign size KP (200x400mm)
2821 - To suit sign size JP (150x400mm) 2824- To suit sign size KR (200x600mm)
2822 - To suit sign size JM (150x300mm) 2825- To suit sign size LK (250x200mm)

Poster display unit Fire & Safety Plan Holder

Interchangeable acrylic poster display units SOLAS Chapter II-2, Regulation 15.2.4.2 requires
enable a selection of posters to be displayed in a duplicate set of fire plans be permanently stored
a permanent position and changed on a regular in a weather tight enclosure for the assistance of
basis. shore-side fire fighting personnel.

1098Z - W sized Two UPVC holders with weatherproof screw end


1099Z - Y sized caps have been specifically designed to comply
with these requirements. The larger holder
(2613Z) has a length of 1m and diameter of
110mm enabling fire plans up to size A0 to be
accommodated without the need to fold the plan.
Vessels with fire plans that are not as large or have
plans that can be folded can make use of the smaller
holder (2610Z)
which has a
length of 345mm
and diameter of
125mm.
IMDG Hazardous substance signs
- With class numbers

SOLAS Chapter VII, Regulation


4 requires all dangerous goods
in packaged form to be properly
packaged, marked, labeled or
placarded, as appropriate. These
Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1
signs produced on self-adhesive
2203 2222 2223 2224 2225 2226
vinyl are available in two sizes and GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL
designed in accordance with the
requirements of the International
Maritime Dangerous Goods Code
(IMDG Code).

Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Class 1


2227 2228 2229 2248 2249 2251
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL

Class 1 Class 2.1 Class 2.1 Class 2.2 Class 2.2 Class 2.3
2252 2207 2294 2208 2295 2209
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL

Class 3 Class 3 Class 4.1 Class 4.2 Class 4.3 Class 4.3
2202 2296 2210 2211 2212 2297
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL

Class 5.1 Class 5.2 Class 5.2 Class 6.1 Class 6.2 Class 7
Category I
2213 2275 2276 2215 2216
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL
2217
GG & LL

Class 7 Class 7 Class 7 Class 8 Class 8 Class 9


Category II Category III
2253 2220 2298 2221
2218 2219 GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL
GG & LL GG & LL
IMDG Hazardous substance signs
- With panel for UN numbers

Class 1 Class 2.1 Class 2.2 Class 2.2 Class 2.3 Class 3
2231 2254 2233 2255 2234 2232
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL

Class 3 Class 4.1 Class 4.2 Class 4.3 Class 4.3 Class 5.1
2256 2235 2236 2237 2288 2238
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL

Class 5.2 Class 5.2 Class 6.1 Class 6.2 Class 7 Class 8
2277 2278 2240 2241 2242 2243
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL

Class 8 Class 9
2244 2230
GG & LL GG & LL

UN Number panel
(specify number when ordering)
2299
120x300MM 1048Y 1050Y

IMDG Code markings to be used on


packages as appropriate.

Excepted Orientation
quantites mark mark

IBCs capable of IBCs not capable Transport at Marine Black 2289 2300
being stacked of being stacked elevated temp. pollutant GG & LL GG & LL
2291 2292 2293 2279 Red 2290 2301
GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL GG & LL
Contents
Technical information ..................................1-3
IMO Life saving symbols.............................4-5
Safety signs ................................................... 6
Direction signs ............................................7-9
Means of escape
- Low location lighting ..............................10-11
- Stair safety guidance................................. 12
IMO Fire control symbols
- IMO Resolution A.654(16).................... 13-15
- ISO 17361 & IMO A.952(23) ................ 16-20
- Pictograms ................................................ 20
Fire control plans ......................................... 21
Fire equipment signs ..............................22-23
Prohibition signs .....................................24-25
Hazard signs ...........................................26-29
Mandatory signs .....................................30-32
Space identification signs ............................ 33
Sign collections
- Accomodation signs ............................. 34-35
- Galley signs .......................................... 36-37
- Deck and engine room signs..................... 38
- ISPS code signs ........................................ 39
Vessel graphics
- Bespoke signs ........................................... 40
- Alternative langauges................................ 40
- Vinyl cut lettering ....................................... 41
- Engraved signs ......................................... 41
Posters
- Operating instructions ............................... 42
- Emergency preparedness ......................... 43
- Pollution prevention................................... 44
- Bridge procedures ..................................... 45
- Operational safety ................................ 46-47
- Health & safety awareness .................. 48-49
Safety works manuals.................................. 50
Record books & booklets ............................. 51
IMO Publications.......................................... 52
Temporary tie tags ....................................... 53
Tapes ........................................................... 54
Pipe identification....................................55-58
THE Fixings and frames ...................................... 59
IMDG Hazardous substance signs .........60-61

MARITIME PROGRESS Sign index ...............................................62-65

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Every care has been taken in preparing this publication, however, in
the interests of product development and compliance with the latest
regulations we reserve the right to alter the design and specification
of the products as necessary. Many of the products shown in this
publication and the catalogue itself are covered by copyright and may
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