Improve safety on local roads with our bright, reflective hazard markers
Hazard marker signs, with their distinctive black chevrons on a white or yellow background, serve various critical functions on the road. At T-intersections or road ends, for example, these signs provide valuable information to drivers about the direction they should take, enhancing traffic flow and reducing the risk of confusion.
HIVIS takes road safety seriously. Our hazard markers are designed to stand out and be highly visible, ensuring maximum effectiveness — the combination of black chevrons on a white or yellow background maximises contrast, making the signs easily noticeable during the day and enhancing visibility at night....
Plus, we use cutting-edge reflective materials that illuminate when struck by headlights, making them highly visible in low-light conditions and adverse weather like rain or fog.
Shop hazard markers online at HIVIS for convenient nationwide shipping, or pick up signage from our warehouse in Newcastle, NSW, within five business days.
How hazard marker signs improve traffic management on Aussie roads
Efficient traffic management is crucial for avoiding congestion and ensuring the smooth flow of vehicles. By indicating safe cornering speeds, these signs encourage responsible driving and reduce the risk of accidents in areas prone to hazards — alternatively, temporary hazard markers can be used to divert traffic safely and efficiently around obstacles, e.g. roadwork or accidents.
Overall, the goal is to improve safety and minimise disruptions on Australian roads.
HIVIS hazard markers meet all Australian Road Safety Standards and have been used extensively by Transport NSW. You can count on our hazard road signs to promote safety and efficiency on roads in your local area.
FAQs about hazard road signs
Where are hazard markers commonly found on the road?
Hazard markers are strategically placed at critical points on the road to provide essential information to drivers. You will find them at T-intersections, road ends, and sharp corners. Additionally, hazard markers are used to draw attention to temporary obstructions, like during roadwork or accidents, and guide traffic around these areas safely.
Are hazard markers suitable for use in all weather conditions?
Hazard markers are designed to maintain their effectiveness in various weather conditions. While their high-contrast colours and reflective technology ensure visibility during daytime and nighttime, drivers should still exercise additional caution during adverse weather, like heavy rain, fog, or snow.
Are hazard markers reflective?
Yes, all of our hazard markers are Class 400 Reflective!
Shop hazard markers online at HIVIS for convenient nationwide shipping
HIVIS hazard markers are available in various different sizes and colours, all of which are Class 400 Reflective — a premium, top-quality material that reflects light from multiple angles, even in low-light conditions. Plus, these signs are quick and simple to install, so you can make quick work of improving local conditions.
Shop hazard marker signs online for nationwide shipping (calculated at the checkout), or pick up is available from the HIVIS warehouse in Newcastle, NSW, within five business days. Our team will be in touch when your signage is available in-store.