PAS13 Code of Practice | Utilizing Standard Color Demarcation

Safety barriers are typically bright yellow, which is a universal hazard signal. To ensure long-term visibility, barriers should be self-colored or undergo regular painting maintenance. This means if an impact occurs, the color will not scrape off or fade over time. 

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