signposting


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

signposting

(ˈsaɪnˌpəʊstɪŋ)
n
signposts
Translations

signposting

[ˈsaɪnpəʊstɪŋ] Nseñalización f

signposting

[ˈsaɪnˌpəʊstɪŋ] nsegnaletica
References in periodicals archive ?
Jigsaw is currently run by Fusion Credit Union and offers meeting space, information and signposting services.
Three years on, health officials across Kirklees have told all GP surgeries and health centres that they should be using a "signposting" system that sees receptionists decide if a patient should see a doctor or be sent elsewhere.
"The cards provide our staff with a way in which to defuse what can become difficult conversations by signposting members of the public to the most appropriate place to access information or find answers to their queries on the various services."
According to those consumers surveyed, Tesco performed the worst among the major supermarkets, with only one in every 10 shoppers saying they did a good job of either promoting or signposting Welsh food.
Hospital chiefs have invited the patient forum Coventry LINk to help it improve design and signposting.
The roads were busy but signposting on the overhead gantries and at roadside was excellent.
An example: a friend recently visited Leeds, having heard great things about its renaissance, but says her trip was marred by the appalling city centre signposting for pedestrians.
The ineed2know website is run by the Birmingham Signposting Service on behalf of Birmingham's Children's Trust.
In 1990, the former South Glamorgan County Council extended the 30mph limit beyond the street lighting on Cardiff Road by signposting it - but it has now been established that the necessary traffic regulation order was never passed.
Fine Gael's transport spokeswoman Olivia Mitchell said it was time to put an end to poor signposting.
"A national Signpost Office should be set up to co-ordinate signposting in the State," he said yesterday.