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1 R & R IDENTIFICATION HEALTH AND SAFETY SIGNS ARE MADE OF FIBERGLASS, ALUMINUM, SEMI-RIGID PLASTIC, AND PRESSURE SENSITIVE VINYL, ALL TO MEET OSHA SPECIFICATION. THE USE OF SAFETY SIGNS IS TO INDICATE AND DEFINE SPECIFIC HAZARDS THAT, WITHOUT IDENTIFICATION, MAY LEAD TO ACCIDENTAL INJURY TO WORKERS AND/OR THE PUBLIC OR TO PROPERTY DAMAGE. DANGER WARNING CAUTION INDICATES AN IMMEDIATE HAZARD; A HAZARD CAPABLE OF PRODUCING IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE OR INJURY. SAFETY FIRST INDICATES A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NO AVOIDED, COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY. NOTICE INDICATES A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION; A HAZARD CAPABLE OF RESULTING IN A SEVERE BUT NOT IRREVERSIBLE INJURY OR DAMAGE. INCLUDES NOTICES OF GENERAL PRACTICE AND RULES RELATING TO HEALTH, FIRST AID, MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, SANITATION, HOUSEKEEPING AND GENERAL SAFETY. PROVIDES INFORMATION OF A GENERAL TYPE IN ORDER TO AVOID CONFUSION OR MISUNDERSTANDING. TO ORDER SPECIFY: TYPE OF SIGN, LEGEND AND SIZE.

2 DANGER SIGNS SIZES: 10" X 7", 14" X 10" AND 20" X 14" DANGER HEADING ONLY (NO PRINTED MASSAGE) ACID ACID AREA EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED ACID AREA WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING ADMITTANCE TO AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY ALL DRIVERS MUST CHOCK WHEELS AUTHORIZED PERSONEL ONLY BATTERY CHARGING AREA, BE SURE EVERYONE IS CLEAR BEFORE STARTING THIS MACHINE BE SURE SAFETY GUARDS WORK AT ALL TIMES BLASTING KEEP AWAY BLIND INTERSECTION PROCEED SLOWLY BURIED CABLE CAUSTIC CAUSTIC SOLUTION, WEAR GLOVES WHILE HANDELING CHEMICAL STORAGE AREA...KEEP OUT CHEMICAL UNLOADING AREA AUTHERIZED PERSONNEL ONLY CHLORINE GAS COMPRESSED AIR CONSTRUCTION AREA CORROSIVE MATERIALS AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES OR SKIN CORROSIVE MATERIALS WEAR REQUIRED PROTECTION CRANE OVERHEAD CYLINDER MUST BE SECURED DO NOT DUMP ACID DO NOT ENTER DO NOT ENTER, AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY DO NOT ENTER CHEMICALS IN USE DO NOT ENTER WHEN RED LIGHT IS ON DO NOT ENTER WHEN EQUIPMENT IS OPERATING DO NOT ENTER WITHOUT SAFTEY GLASSES DO NOT LEAVE DOOR OPEN OR UNLOCKED DO NOT OPERATE, MAN WORKING ON REPAIRS DO NOT OPERATE WITHIN 10ft. OF POWER LINES DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT GOGGLES DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT PROPER AUTHORIZATION CONTACT: DO NOT SMOKE DRINK OR EAT IN THIS AREA DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF MACHINE WHILE OPERATING DO NOT START, MEN ARE REPAIRING THIS MACHINE DO NOT START THIS MACHINE DO NOT TALK TO OPERATOR WHILE MACHINE IS IN OPERATION DO NOT TOUCH SWITCHES DO NOT TRAVEL WITH FORKS RAISED DO NOT UNLOAD WITHOUT FULL PROTECTIVE GEAR DO NOT WALK UNDER CONVEYOR DO NOT WATCH ARC, WELDER AT WORK, THE LIGHT MIGHT BLIND YOU DO NOT WATCH THE ARC EAR PROTECTION MUST BE WORN WITHIN A AREA OF THIS MACHINE ft. ELECTRIC CURRENT, KEEP AWAY ELECTRICAL HAZARD, AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY EMPLOYEES ONLY EXPLOSIVE GAS EXPLOSIVES EYE AND EYE AND EAR PROTECTION REQUIRED WHILE OPERATING THIS EQUIPMENT EYE PROTECTION REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT FLAMMABLE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS STORED HERE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS FLAMMABLE MATERIALS KEEP FIRE AWAY FLAMMABLE NO MATCHES OR OPEN LIGHT FLAMMABLE STORAGE FLOOR SLIPPERY WHEN WET FUEL STORAGE GAS LINE GASOLINE GO SLOW SOUND HORN GATES OPEN AND CLOSE AUTOMATICALLY HARD HAT AREA HARD HAT REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS HAZARDOUS MATERIAL AREA AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY HAZARDOUS MATERIAL STORAGE AREA HAZARDOUS MATERIAL STORAGE AREA, UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL KEEP OUT HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE INSIDE HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT HIGH VOLTAGE INSIDE DO NOT OPEN HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP AWAY HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP OUT HIGH VOLTAGE TURN OFF POWER BEFORE SERVICING HIGHLY FLAMMABLE HIGHLY TOXIC HANDLE WITH CARE HOT HOT METAL HOT SURFACE, DO NOT TOUCH HYDROGEN, NO OPEN FLAMES IF MACHINE IS NOT OPERATING PROPERLY ADVISE SUPERVISOR IMMEDIATELY INFECTION HAZARD, HANDLE NEEDLES WITH CARE INHALATION HAZARD, DO NOT BREATH VAPORS KEEP ALL CYLINDERS CHAINED KEEP AWAY KEEP CLEAR AT ALL TIMES KEEP CLOSED KEEP GATE CLOSED

3 DANGER SIGNS SIZES: 10" X 7", 14" X 10" AND 20" X 14" KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE KEEP HANDS AND FINGERS CLEAR OF MACHINE WHILE OPERATING KEEP HANDS CLEAR KEEP HANDS CLEAR WHILE BELT IS IN MOTION KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF MOVING MACHINERY KEEP OFF KEEP OUT KEEP OUT FUMIGATING WITH POISON GAS KEEP OUT HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS LASER OPERATING LOOK OUT FOR FORK LIFT LOW CLEARANCE LOW HEAD ROOM MEN WORKING ABOVE MOVING MACHINERY NEW CHEMICAL STORAGE ONLY NITROGEN STORAGE, NO OPEN FLAMES WATER LINE WEAR GOGGLES AND RUBBER GLOVES WHEN HANDLING CHEMICALS WEAR GOGGLES OR USE FACE SHIELD WEAR GOGGLES WHEN CHIPPING OR GRINDING WEAR GOGGLES WHILE USING THIS MACHINE WEAR RESPIRATOR WHILE SPRAYING OPEN HOLD WEAR GOGGLES WHEN HANDLING ACIDS WELDING GOGGLES MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES NO ADMITTANCE NO ADMITTANCE WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION NO FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS OR COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS ALLOWED IN THIS AREA NO PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC BEYOND THIS POINT FLAMMABLE LIQUID IN TRAILERS AND DOCK AREA, MATCHES, OR OPEN LIGHTS, NO OPEN FLAMES ON THESE PREMISES TURN OFF ENGINE WITHIN 50 ft. NO TRESPASSING NOT A PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY FORK TRUCKS ONLY OXYGEN,, NO OPEN FLAMES PITCH POINT POISON POSITIVELY PROPANE RESTRICTED AREA RESTRICTED AREA, ANYTIME SAFETY BELT AND LIFELINE REQUIRED SAFETY PROTECTION MUST BE WORN BEYOND THIS POINT STORAGE AREA FLAMMABLE MATERIALS SULFURIC ACID THIS MACHINE STARTS AUTOMATICALLY TWO WAY FEED UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL KEEP OUT UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS KEEP OUT UNDERGROUND LIVE WIRE 440 VOLTS

4 WARNING SIGNS SIZES: 10" X 7" AND 14" X 10" NOTICE SIGNS SIZE: 14" X 10" WARNING HEADING (NO PRINTED MESSAGE) ACID AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY BLIND INTERSECTION PROCEED SLOWLY CONSTRUCTION AREA CHEMICAL STORAGE AREA DO NOT DOUBLE STACK DO NOT ENTER DO NOT ENTER AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY DO NOT ENTER WITHOUT WEARING SAFETY GLASSES DO NOT START THIS MACHINE ELECTRICAL HAZARD. AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS HARD HAT AREA HAZARDOUS MATERIAL STORAGE AREA HIGH VOLTAGE HOT HIGH VOLTAGE KEEP AWAY KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF MOVING MACHINERY KEEP OFF KEEP OUT LOOK OUT FOR FORK LIFTS LOW CLEARANCE MEN WORKING BEYOND THIS POINT, MATCHES OR OPEN LIGHTS TURN OFF ENGINE NO TRESPASSING PROPANE RESTRICTED AREA ANY TIME STORAGE AREA OR OPEN FLAMES THIS MACHINE STARTS AUTOMATICALLY UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL KEEP OUT USE STATIC GROUNDING DEVICES WEAR PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT IN THIS AREA NOTICE HEADING ONLY (NO PRINTED MESSAGE) ALL VISITORS MUST GET PASS AT OFFICE AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY COMPACTIBLE TRASH ONLY DO NO BLOCK DOOR DO NOT LEAVE MACHINE UNATTENDED DO NOT TALK TO OPERATOR DO NOT THROW ANY RUBBISH OR WASTE IN TOILET ENTRANCE FOR EMPLOYEES ONLY EQUIPMENT IN YOUR DEPARTMENT MUST BE THOROUGHLY CLEANED AFTER EACH DAY'S WORK FOOD OR DRINK PROHIBITED IN THIS AREA FOR SANITARY REASONS KEEP THIS PLACE CLEAN HARD HATS MUST BE WORN IN THIS AREA KEEP EVERY THING AWAY FROM THIS FIRE DOOR SO THAT THE DOOR MAY BE READY FOR INSTANT USE KEEP THIS DOOR CLOSED KEEP THIS PASSAGEWAY CLEAR LABEL ALL DRUMS LOADING AREA NO PARKING NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY NO TRESPASSING ON THIS PROPERTY UNDER PENALTY OF THE LAW PLEASE WIPE YOUR FEET POSITIVELY DO NOT THROW AWAY ANY WASTE OR RUBBISH OF ANY KIND IN THE TOILET POSITIVELY NO ADMITTANCE EXCEPT ON BUSINESS PRIVATE PROPERTY KEEP OUT PUT THINGS BACK IN THERE PROPER PLACES SMOKING PERMITTED IN THIS AREA SHUT OFF VEHICLE WHEN LEAVING UNATTENDED THESE DOORS MUST BE KEPT CLOSED THE USE OF LIQUOR ON THESE PREMISES WILL MEAN IMMEDIATE DISMISSAL THIS DOOR FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY THIS ELEVATOR IS FOR FREIGHT ONLY. NOT FOR PASSENGERS THIS IS NOT AN ENTRANCE VEHICLES PARKED ILLEGALLY WILL BE TOWED AT OWNER EXPENSE WHEELS MUST BE CHOCKED BEFORE LOADING AND UNLOADING

5 SAFETY SIGNS SIZE 14" X 10" SAFETY FIRST HEADING ONLY (NO PRINTED MASSAGE) A CAREFUL WORKER IS THE BEST SAFETY DEVICE ACID, WEAR RUBBER GLOVES ALL INJURIES NO MATTER HOW SLIGHT MUST BE REPORTED TO THE FOREMAN BE CAREFUL DO NOT ENTER UNLESS WEARING SAFETY EQUIPMENT DO NOT OIL OR CLEAN MACHINERY WHILE IN MOTION DO NOT TALK TO OPERATOR WHILE HE IS OPERATING THIS MACHINE DON'T TRY AND LIFT MORE THAN YOU ARE ABLE EMERGENCY SHOWER EYE BATH EVERY INJURY, NO MATTER HOW SLIGHT SHOULD GET IMMEDIATE ATTENTION EVERYONE GRINDING MUST WEAR GOGGLES EYE WASH FOUNTAIN HELP KEEP THIS PLANET SAFE AND CLEAN KEEP AISLES CLEAR KEEP THIS PLACE CLEAN AND ORDERLY REPORT ALL ACCIDENTS REPORT ALL ACCIDENTS NO MATTER HOW SMALL TO YOUR FOREMAN REPORT ALL UNSAFE CONDITIONS TO YOUR FOREMAN SAFETY GLASSES REQUIRED IN THIS AREA SAFETY GLASSES, SAFETY SHOES AND HARD HAT REQUIRED BEYOND THIS POINT SAFETY SHOWERS THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR SAFETY THIS GATE MUST BE KEPT CLOSED WALK, DON'T RUN WEAR GOGGLES OR USE SHIELD WEAR YOUR GOGGLES

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