Industry Links

ASGA - Australian Sign & Graphics Association

The Australian Sign & Graphics Association is the peak body representing Signmakers, Sign Installers, Signwriters, Graphic Designers, Sign Educators and Apprentices who use sign making equipment such as digital printing machines, engraving, laser and routing equipment, LEDs and neon products.

The primary aims are to build a professional industry through providing a useful resource identity and providing ongoing education and training. ASGA members are represented in every state of Australia and beyond.


Outdoor Media Association

The Outdoor Media Association is the peak industry body which represents most of Australia's Outdoor Media Display companies and production facilities, and some Media Display asset owners.


Australian Graphic Design Association

AGDA is the peak national organization representing the Australian graphic design industry.

With more than 2,600 members distributed throughout the creative, visual communications, applied design and technology sectors, it is dedicated to advancing the profession through an interrelated program of state, national and international activities in education, advocacy and professional development.


Queensland Main Roads Signage Resources

Information on warrants and guidelines for roadside signage.

Sign standards, guidelines and warrants are reviewed periodically and are subject to change. These Main Roads' documents relate to roadside signage design and installation, including their Guide to the Management of Roadside Advertising.

This assists the Department of Main Roads and local governments to evaluate proposals for roadside advertising within and beyond the boundaries of state-controlled roads to ensure the advertising meets road safety and traffic operation objectives. The guide also provides information, considerations and criteria to potential advertisers.


Workplace Health & Safety Queensland

WHSQ is responsible for improving workplace health and safety in Queensland and helping reduce the risk of workers being killed or injured on the job. WHSQ enforces workplace health and safety laws, investigates workplace fatalities, serious injuries, prosecutes breaches of legislation, and educates employees and employers on their legal obligations. WHSQ also provides policy advice on workers' compensation matters. 


 


 

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