BS ISO 28564-2:2016 - Public information guidance systems. Guidelines for the design and use of location signs and direction signs

BS ISO 28564-2:2016

Public information guidance systems. Guidelines for the design and use of location signs and direction signs

Status : Current   Published : August 2016

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This part of ISO 28564 gives a range of guidelines for various stages of preparation, design, construction, inspection, updating and testing which comprise a location sign or a direction sign used in public places and working areas.

This part of ISO 28564 is applicable to the design and use of location signs and direction signs used in all sorts of public places, such as shopping centres, stores, hospitals, bus and railway stations, airports, sporting, exhibition halls and entertainment complexes, urban areas, parks, gardens and countryside, public attractions, museums and commercial office buildings. The design and use of location signs and direction signs in working areas can also resort to the content for reference.

It is not applicable to those sectors (for example, traffic signs on a public highway), which are subject to regulations or specified design principles. However, in a given public environment or within a wayfinding and signing design brief, public information sometimes needs to be associated with other messaging, so many of the principles contained in this part of ISO 28564 can be relevant in the planning of a coordinated scheme.




Standard NumberBS ISO 28564-2:2016
TitlePublic information guidance systems. Guidelines for the design and use of location signs and direction signs
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 August 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 17724
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 3864-1, ISO 3864-3, ISO 7001, ISO 7010, ISO 9186-1, ISO 9186-2, ISO 9186-3, ISO 16069, ISO 17398, ISO 20712-1, ISO 21542, ISO 22727, ISO 28564-1, ISO 28564-3, ISO/IEC Guide 71,

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