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Security logo images: what do the different shapes and colors mean?
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Security logo images: what do the different shapes and colors mean?

Safety signs can be created for many reasons. They can be used to provide information or to provide a warning. They can be used to point out dangers that are not obvious or to indicate that certain actions are prohibited.

But did you know that each color and shape used in these signs has a different meaning?

Here is some basic information about safety logo images that will give you a new perspective on these signs.

THE FORMS:

Generally, these three basic types of shapes are seen in signs.

• Circle:
The circle is generally used for two reasons. It can be used to prohibit an action or to say that an action is required. For example, if you see a sign that contains a helmet, it means that the person is required to wear a helmet when entering the marked area. This sign is usually seen near construction areas. The basic colors used in this type of sign are red and black on a white background and a white image on a black background.

• Triangle:
The triangle usually suggests danger. Indicates potential hazard. This sign is commonly seen with a black colored image on a yellow background or a white colored image on a red background. For example, if you see a triangular sign with lightning, it means that it is a high voltage area and an electrical shock can be expected.

• Square:
The square shape is used to provide general information. It usually indicates permission or gives public information. These signs are typically seen as white images on a green or blue background. For example, if you see a square-shaped sign with a picture of a spoon and fork along with certain hours, it will tell you the hours of the local cafeteria.

COLORS:

• Red:
This color is normally used to stop or warn of danger. It is usually seen in containers with flammable liquids, fire protection equipment, or emergency signs.

• Blue:
Typically seen on signs giving safety information or signs requiring personal protection information.

• Green:
This sign is usually seen on first aid safety kits or emergency exits.

• Orange or Yellow:
These two colors are used for warning and caution. They are often seen near dangerous machines, corrosive or unstable materials, or exposed parts of dangerous equipment.

For free health and safety logos, it is also important that these signs are placed in areas that are clearly visible to everyone.

In conclusion, it is very important to know the meaning of all these signs, as it will help you to protect yourself against possible dangers. Ignorance will only endanger your life and that of the people around you.

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