Government, Regional and Local Authority laws & regulations - require you to take care in appropriately advising your staff, guests and visitors, of IMPORTANT information for their Health & Safety.
In addition, such SIGNAGE, can enhance the experience of those persons, entering, enjoying and exiting, your gardens.
How you display, this SIGNAGE, in keeping with these requirements and also;
in keeping with the nature and cultural sensitivity of your China and Chinese Garden representation -
Requires your innovative discretion......
Just how you do that, is a matter for careful consideration; in collaboration with your authorities and professional advisers.
The thing is, that all this commences with the best of intent;
what needs to be done, is CONSTANT REVIEW - to check each ADDITIONAL SIGN against the compliance and cultural parameters.
Aesthetically - it doesn't have to be ALL BAD;
if you blend the mix, with the main consideration always being for " the welfare of the persons," - at or in, your China and Chinese Garden.
Embossed and endorsed, by Chinesegardenscene, is this merited approach and appropriate signage displayed.
In the summer of 2006, we witnessed this policy - in action;
with the release of thousands of ladybirds, throughout the Chinese garden plantings.
At the end of the day, sadly, people have to leave;
hopefully, to return, if not the next - soon.
For the moment though and certainly in an EMERGENCY -
They must CLEARLY SEE the means of egress.
Be that via the China or Chinese Garden's Cultural Shop - or separate and / or via the entrance, they initially entered by.
It must be CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD by appropriate advice, instruction and visible [ power operating or not ] SIGNAGE.