What is a sign plan

A sign plan provides an overview of present and missing safety signs as a basis for safety signs, in compliance with laws and regulations. It gives clients control over the safety signage at their site. The plan offers the opportunity to help decide on the final implementation prior to implementation. This guarantees a uniform appearance and practical implementation of safety signage.

Through our years of experience in the production of sign plans we are able to map out even the most complex locations and installations professionally and efficiently.

Inventory and elaboration

From an on-site inventory, we map out the current and desired situation. These data are processed in Autocad drawings with the possibility to use them for other applications such as evacuation plans and safety plans.

For newly built locations, a sign plan can be drawn up by desktop engineering. This makes it possible to submit the plan in advance to the controlling authorities for approval.

A sign plan is always prepared in accordance with current legislation and regulations with a view to desirability and practicality. Our specialists have extensive experience in various sectors and use best practices from our field.


From a sign plan, the full realisation of the sign project can be handled by Blomsma Signs & Safety according to our SignSecure™ method. After implementation, the sign plan serves as a reference book and as a basis for future maintenance of the signage.

We produce sign plans for offshore installations, ships, FPSO’s, factories and factory sites, water treatment plants and office buildings worldwide.

Realization of a sign plan consists of:

  • Supply of architectural drawings
  • Recording on location of the
    • safety signage
    • architectural situation
  • Processing of data in sign plans
  • Presentation and evaluation of the plan

The implementation process can be taken care of by Blomsma Signs & Safety:

  • Production of standard and customised signs
  • Expert assembly by our own teams
  • Associated safety drawings
  • Project supervision for a safe and optimal end result
  • Periodic maintenance