2 I N CO R - F e deral Pris on Ind us t ri U es Forest Service Product Catalog Posters & Standard Small Metal Signage Revised July, 2012
3 Table of Contents Posters 1 Metal Signage 43 Order Form 50 Our Product We use only the highest quality plastics and aluminum. Our inks are of premium grade and hold up to the harshest abuse mother nature can dish out. All orders are carefully packed and shipped with trusted carriers. I
4 A Message From Our Sign Factory Manager Dear Sign Factory Customer, This catalog covers all Posters we stock for your agency. These items are represented as closely as possible to the original you will receive. Our future web-site will contain full color versions of these Forest Service posters and aluminum signs. The actual posters and signs will continue to be printed from our standard artwork and will not be impacted by anything contained in this catalog. This catalog was designed and provided to you for your convenience and we welcome any and all suggestions you may have to make shopping with UNICOR Sign Factory a pleasant experience. We look forward to serving your sign needs. THANK YOU! II
5 CUSTOM SIGNS Dear Sign Factory Customer, We also manufacture custom signs within this publication to your exact requirements. If you have a special need for a custom type of sign, please contact us at: UNICOR Sign Factory (805) or FAX us at (805) III
6 P PERMIT PERMIT P " x 16" Black, yellow, green, red, and brown on white. Fee Required Self-Sevice Pay Station Fees are used to manage and service this site Camping Fee $ $ Daily Fee Single Site With Golden Age/Access or Interagency Senior/Access Pass Discount $ Daily Fee Double Site With Golden Age/Access or Interagency Senior/Access Pass Discount $ Additional charge for Electric/Water/Sewer $ Additional vehicle charge $ 1 2 Instructions Occupy campsite, note number, and return within 30 minutes Fill out envelope, and enclose fee. 3 4 Detach stub and deposit envelope in. fee box. 12 Attach stub to post located at occupied site. If no post, display For more information contact: on dashboard. Violations punishable. 36 CFR P " x 28 Green, black, lt. green, gold, and dk. grey on white. P212 Yellow on black. 1 Occupy 2 Fill Fee Required Self-Service Pay Station Fees are used to manage and service this site Camping Fee $ 2x1.5 text $ 2x1.5 text campsite, note number, and return within 30 minutes. 12 out envelope, and enclose fee. Daily Fee Single Site With Golden Age/Access or Interagency Senior/Access Pass Discount $ Daily Fee Double Site With Golden Age/Access or Interagency Senior/Access Pass Discount $ Additional charge for electric/water/sewer Additional vehicle fee Instructions 3 Detach stub and deposit envelope in fee box. 4 If no post, display on dashboard. Violations punishable. 36 CFR Attach stub to post located at occupied site. 10" x 7" P " x 17 Green, black, lt. green, gold, and dk. grey on white. Day Use Fee Required Self-Service Pay Station Fees are used to manage and service this site $ Per Vehicle Fill out envelope, and enclose fee. $ 12 Instructions $ $ With Golden Age/Access or Interagency Senior/Access Pass Discount Detach stub, and display on dashboard. Deposit envelope in fee box. Violations punishable. 36 CFR Day Use Fee Self-Service Pay Station Fees are used to manage and service this site $ $ Per Vehicle With Golden Age/Access or Interagency Senior/Access Pass Discount For more information contact: 1 2 Instructions Fill out envelope, and enclose fee. Detach stub, and display on dashboard. 3 Deposit envelope in fee box. Violations punishable. 36 CFR P " x 28 Green, black, lt. green, gold, and dk. grey on white. *Adhesive-backed price figures are available for posters P2201, 02, 03, and 04 in the following denominations: (PKG. of 10) (PKG. of 10) 2 x 1 5 x 2.5 text 1.25 text P2201A P2201P P2203A P2203P P2201B P2201Q P2203B P2203Q P2201C P2201R P2203C P2203R P2201D P2201S P2203D P2203S P2201E P2201T P2203E P2203T P2201F P2201U P2203F P2203U P2201G P2201V P2203G P2203V P2201H P2201W P2203H P2203W P2201I P2201X P2203I P2203X P2201J P2201Y P2203J P2203Y P2201K P2201Z P2203K P2203Z P2201L P2201AA P2203L P2203AA P2201M P2201BB P2203M P2203BB P2201N P2201CC P2203N P2203CC P2201O P2201DD P2203O P2203DD P2201EE -.50 P2203EE -.50 P " x 17 Green, black, lt. green, gold, and dk. grey on white. 1 SELF-SERVICE PAY STATION P2305 Blue letters on white 48" x 6"
7 Wilderness Closed to motor vehicles, motorized equipment, hang gliders and bicycles. The area behind this sign is managed and protected under 16 U.S.C. 551, 16 U.S.C. 1131, Violations Punishable by Fine and/or Imprisonment P2307A Black on white. 14" x 12" P " x 16" Brown on white. P2308 Brown on white 11" x 16" Travel Between Green and Red Markers P " x 18 ½" Red, orange, and black on white. P2308A Brown on white 11" x 16" 2 P2313 8" x 5" Brown on Tan
8 Campground Host P " x 2" P2314 Rust on White 14" x 12" P " x 2" Campground Host Unit P " x 2" P2314A Rust on White 8" x 5" Road Closed For Season Not All Land Is For All Seasons Prevent permanent closure, respect seasonal restrictions. P2318 Brown on Tan 9" x 11" P " x 14" Blue, black, and white. For Your Safety and Enjoyment KNOW THESE SIGNS For Warmup and New Skiers. Mainly level to gently rolling terrain. No sharp curves or steep slopes. Under most conditions, hills can be skied without need to "snowplow" or Easiest "herringbone". For Reassurance that you are on a ski trail. Arrows may be used on these markers to indicate the established skiing direction on 1-way trails. For Advanced Beginners and Experienced Skiers. More rolling and hilly. Longer and steeper slopes than "easiest" trails. May be necessary to "herringbone" Difficult on short steep slopes. Be Alert Reduce Speed. Signals steep hills, road crossings, etc. Watch for approaching skiers or vehicles. Caution For Vigorous, Experienced Skiers Who Seek a Challenge. Quite hilly. Usually part of longer loops. Longer and steeper slopes than "more difficult" trails. Often necessary to "herringbone" and/or sidestep. Most Difficult Trail Closed Stay Off Trail! Unsafe trail closed due to insufficient snow, down trees or other hazards. Snowplowing and /or step turns may be necessary for control on some downhill portions of "more difficult" and "most difficult" trails. Watch for other signs with specific messages. Signed distances are in either miles or kilometers. 1 km = approx. 0.6 mi. 1 mi. = approx. 1.6 km. P " x 14" Med brown on white with red slash. Caution - Signs are sometimes stolen or damaged. Some trails may be partially or completely unsigned. For a safe and enjoyable skiing experience, match trail difficulty and length of trip to your physical condition and ability. Rectangle under symbol is for appropriate tab message. They are available as follows: 3 P " x 14" Black, blue, green, red and yellow on white.
9 Saddle, Pack & Draft Animals BE CAREFUL P2328 Blue on white. 44" x 16" Prohibited in Campground Pets Must Be Leashed P " x 14" Brown, tan, and white. SNOWMOBILERS! Learn to know these signs: P2330 Tan and black on white. 5" x 8" IDENTIFICATION MARKER TRAIL BLAZER DIRECTIONAL MARKER For your Safety STOP AHEAD DO NOT ENTER No Animals WARNING STOP SIGN ONE WAY P2325 Red, orange and black on white. 11" x 14"...Except Guide Dogs Please... Do Not Litter! Keep Your Forests Clean P " x 16" Brown on white. Close Seat and Door When Leaving. Help Us Keep This Toilet Clean. P2327 8" x 5" Brown, tan, and white. 4 P " x 14" Brown, black and tan on white. Please NoGlass For Your Safety P " x 14" Yellow and black on white.
10 Save The Vegetation P " x 14" Green on white. PLEASE LEAVE THE FLOWERS Stay On Roadways P " x 14" Black and green on white...let others enjoy them too! Be A Good Neighbor P2335 Yellow and brown on white. 12" x 14" HIKING TRAIL 10 PM-6AM P2339 5" x 8" Green and black on white. MOTOR VEHICLES PROHIBITED! P2335 Yellow and brown on white. Please Stay On The Trail Switchback Shortcutting Destroys The Vegetation 12" x 14" P " x 14" Green and black on white. 5 Campsite Must Be Occupied First Night Cannot Be Left Unattended Over 24 Hours Thereafter P " x 14" Yellow and black on white.
11 Push It...Campground Pitch In! Courtesy Pays Off P2345 Green on white (decal). P2341 Green and black on white. 12" x 12" Pitch In! Please... P2345a Green on white (decal). P2345b Same as P2345a, except P2342 Brown on white. 12" x 3 7" x 5 13" x 10 42" x 34" WELCOME TO YOUR NATIONAL FORESTS As a visitor to the National Forests, you must follow certain rule to protect the forest and the natural environment, and to ensure your health and safety. So follow these reminders: P2343 Green on white. 11" x 16" P2343a 11" x 16" Green on white. Same as P2343, except legend is in Spanish. P2346 Brown on tan. 6 12" x 16"
12 Camping Permitted In Designated Sites Only P " x 12 " Red and black on white. Your Garbage Collection Point P " x 8" Brown on tan. The blank square is for decals with pressure-sensitive backs picture the type of recreationist. Available as follows: 7" x 7" Campground Hours Open - 6:00 AM Closed - 10:00 PM Fishermen P23521 Picnickers P23522 Snowmobilers P23523 P " x 12" Red and black on white Campers P23524 Hikers P23525 Closed To Public Use P " x 16" Red on white. Decals available for bottom of P2351 as follows: P2351A Cleaning in Progress P2351B Under Construction P2351C Winter Season P2351D (fill in date) (PKG. OF 10) 9" x 4 7 No Overnight Camping P x 12 Brown on white. Day Use Only P2353A 14 x 12 Brown on white.
13 The Stay Limit here is: Welcome To Your National Forest Please... P " x 11" Brick red and black on white. Adhesive-backed decals for use on P2354 are available as follows: P Days P Days P Days P Days (PKG OF 10) 5" x 1" P " x 18" Medium green on white. You may use up to four pressure sensitive decals on this poster. Pressure sensitive decals are available as follows: VEHICLES ON ROADS & SPURS ONLY P23641 P23642 (PKG. of 10) 10 1/2" x 2 1/2" Black on white. P P P " x 11" Brick red and black on white. P23643 P23644 P P P23645 P P23647 P P23648 P P23649 P Keep trash out of toilets P P P " x 14" Brown on yellow 8 P P236427
14 P P Recycle Area P P P Dispose of human waste in cat hole 200 from lakes and streams. Cover with soil. P P P No washing hair/ bathing under hydrants P2369FIBER 11" X 16" Green on white P2369PLASTIC 11" X 16" Green on white STEEL CANS P2369A 13" X 3" Black on clear. SPAPER P2369F 12 ½ x 3" Black on clear. (PKG of 10) P " x 7" Brown on yellow ALUMINUM CANS P2369B 17" x 3" Black on clear. (PKG of 10) PLASTIC P2369G 9" x 3" Black on clear. (PKG of 10) NO Garbage Service CLEAR GLASS P2369C 15" x 3" Black on clear. (PKG of 10) GREEN GLASS P2369D 15" x 3" Black on clear. (PKG of 10) BROWN GLASS P2369E 15" x 3" Black on clear. (PKG of 10) PLEASE RINSE P2369H 8" x 2" Green on white. (Decal) (Plastic) PLEASE RECYCLE ONE IS NOT ENOUGH P2369I 12" x 3 ½ Green on white. (Decal) (Plastic) P " x 12" Brown on yellow 9
15 NOTICE SALE AREA BOUNDARY Sale Area Behind This Sign Sale: Remarks: P " x 7" Black on yellow. Figure 1. - Notice (Portrait Side) SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY Between And Figure 2. - Notice (Landscape Side) P " x 14" Black on white, two sided. One side of poster is in portrait style and contains a large NOTICE heading. The other side is landscape without a heading. Both sides feature a faint alignment grid. P " x 7" Black on yellow. PAYMENT UNIT BOUNDARY OPEN Unit Do Not Cut Behind This Sign P " x 7" Black on yellow. Reserved From To P2372 8" x 6" Green on white, two sided. CUTTING UNIT BOUNDARY Sale Unit No. Kord Do Not Cut Behind This Sign P2372A 8" x 6" Reflective P " x 7" Black on yellow. 10
16 PAYMENT UNIT Color Unit No. Sale Directional Arrows The following directional arrows may be used on P2420 to indicate location of cutting area. Adhere arrow over "Obtain Permits at..." block at bottom poster. P Horizontal arrow, white on green, 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" P Vertical arrow, white on green, 4 1/2" x 2 1/4". P " x 7" Black on yellow. TIMBER SALE AREA No Firewood Cutting Allowed P " x 9" Black on orange. Cutting Trees Permit Required P " x 12" Black and yellow. P2421A 42" x 34" Same as P2421 P2421B 44" x 16" Same as P2421 Permit Required To Cut or Remove Firewood P " x 16" Black on orange. Cutting Christmas Trees Christmas Tree Cutting Area Permits Required P " x 16" Green on white. P " x 14" Green on white (rectangle is outlined for placing pressuresensitive arrow). 11 Cutting Christmas Trees Prohibited P " x 16" Green on white.
17 Entering THINNING BOUNDARY Christmas Tree CuttingArea P " x 7" Black on yellow. P2424A 12" x 14" Green on white. Leaving BOUNDARY OF CONTRACT AREA P " x 7" Black on yellow, (formerly P2406). Christmas Tree CuttingArea P2424B 12" x 14" Green and red on white. ChristmasTree CuttingProhibited P x 7 Black on yellow (printed on both sides) P " x 14" Green and red on white. 12 P2428A Black on yellow 10" x 7" Open is on front of sign and Close is on back.
18 Firewood Cutting Area Entering P " x 14" Black on orange. P " x 14" Black on orange. P2429B 24" x 28" Same as P2429 P2430A 24" x 28" Same as P2430 Firewood Cutting Area Leaving Firewood Cutting Area P2429A 12" x 14" Black on orange. P2429C 24" x 28" Same as P2429A P2450B 12" x 14" Black and red on orange. P2430C 24" x 28" Same as P2430B DIRECTIONAL ARROWS For use on P2429 through 2429C. As needed, adhere arrow over "Obtain Permits at..." and "Information Available at..." blocks to indicate direction of firewood cutting area: Firewood Cutting Prohibited in This Area P Horizontal arrow for use on P2429 and P2429A. 4 1/2" x 2 1/4". P2415A - Vertical arrow for use on P2429 and P2429A. P Horizontal arrow for use on P2429B and P2429C. 9" x 4 1/4". P2416A - Vertical arrow for use on P2429B and P2429C. Colors black on light orange. 13 P " x 14" Black and red on orange.
19 P " x 7" Black on yellow. P " x 7" Black on yellow. P " x 7" Black on yellow. P " x 7" Black on yellow. P " x 7" Black on yellow. P " x 7" Black on yellow. P " x 7" Black on yellow. P " x 7" Black on yellow. WILDLIFE P " x 7" Black on yellow. 14 P " x 7" Black on yellow.
20 ...for a healthy environment KEEP YOUR FORESTS GREEN P2501 Green and black on white. 44" x 16" P264 Brown on tan. 5" x 4 ½ ENVIRONMENT P2506 Green and black on white. Wildlife Habitat Area 42" x 34" P265 Brown on tan. P261 Brown and black on tan. Rise to the FUTURE 11" x 16" Fish Your National Forests P2603 Green and black on white P266 11" x 16" Black and light-blue on white. 44" x 16 " 15 12" x 10"
21 P5101 Red and black on white. 44 x16 P " x 16" THREE COLORS P5101A Red and black on white. 42 x34 P5106 Brown on yellow. 44 x16 P5101B Same as P5101A 54 x44 UPDATED P " x 16" Red and brown on white. P5102A 9" x 11" Same as P5102, except black on yellow. or 11 x 9 P5106A Brown on yellow. 42 x34 P " x 16" Multi-color P5106B Same as P5106A. 54 x44 P5103A Same as P5103, 42"x 34" P5103B Same as P " x 44" 16
22 P5107 Red and black on white. 44 x16 P " x 14" Black and red on white. P5111 Red and black on white. 44 x16 P5107A Red and black on white. 42 x34 P5107B Same as P5107A. 54 x44 P " x 36" Black on yellow. P5111A Red and black on white. P5111B Same as P5111A. 42 x34 54 x44 17
23 P " x 16" Brown on white. P " x 16" Red and black on white. Protect And Enjoy Your National Grassland P5118A 44" x 16" Brown on white. P " x 16" Multi-color P5131A 42" x 34" Same as P5131 P5124A 9" x 5 ½" Red on white reflective and reversible. Two per sheet. When folded, this poster makes a two-sided, one directional arrow. P " x 12" Red, and black on white. 18
24 UPDATED REQUIRED FOR CAMPING P " x 12" Black and red on white. P5147A 44" x 16" Same as P5147 P " x 12" Black on White. UPDATED REQUIRED FOR CAMPING P " x 16" Black on White. P " x 44" Black on orange. UPDATED REQUIRED FOR CAMPING P " x 12" Black on White. P " x 12" P5156A 42" x 34" Same as P5156 P5162A 42" x 34" Same as P5162 P5156B 42" x 34" Same as P5156 (reflective) 19 P5162B 42" x 34" Same as P5162 (reflective)
25 FIRE HAZARD ENTRY BY PERMIT ONLY P5162C 44" x 16" Spark Arrester Required P5165A 44" x 16" STOP NO ENTRY FIRE HAZARD P " x 12" P5164A 42" x 34" Same as P5164 P5164B 42" x 34" Same as P5164 (reflective) P5164D 54" x 44" Same as P5164 (reflective) Drown Campfires P " x 44" P5166A 42" x 34" Same as P5166 STOP NO ENTRY FIRE HAZARD P5164E 44" x 16" P " x 14" Red and black on white. Blank on bottom for decals. Spark Arrester Required P5169A 11" x 3" No Fires (decal) (PKG of 10) P5169B 11" x 3" Extreme Fire Hazard (decal) (PKG of 10) P " x 12" 20 P5169C 11" x 3" Extreme Fire Danger (decal) (PKG of 10)
26 The following posters contain the "No Fires" symbol with worded messages as shown: P " x 16" No Fires P " x 34" Extreme Fire Hazard P " x 16" Extreme Fire Danger P " x 34" Extreme Fire Danger P " x 34" Extreme Fire Danger (reflective) P " x 14" Blank at bottom for the following decals: P5172A 11" x 3" Campfires OK (decal) (PKG of 10) P5172B 11" x 3" Campgrounds Only (decal) (PKG of 10) P5172C 11" x 3" Camp & Picnic Grounds Only (decal) (PKG of 10) P5172C 11" x 3" Camp & Picnic Grounds Only (decal) (PKG of 10) P " x 14" P " x 16" Same as P51701 P5172D 11" x 3" Campfire Permits Required (decal) (PKG of 10) P5172E 11" x 3" Campfire Permits Issued Here (decal) P5172F 11" x 3" Campground Stoves Only (decal) The following posters contain the campfire symbol with word message as shown: P " x 16" Developed Campgrounds Only P " x 34" Developed Campgrounds Only P " x 34" Developed Campgrounds Only (reflective) P " x 14" P " x 16" Developed Camp & Picnic Grounds Only P " x 16" Same as P51711 P " x 34" Same as P51711 P " x 34" Developed Camp & Picnic Grounds Only (reflective) P " x 16" Campfire Permits Required P " x 34" Same as P51711 (reflective) P " x 34" Campfire Permits Required 21
27 No Fireworks P " x 14" Red and black on white. Blank at bottom for the following decal: P5173A 11" x 3" No Smoking (decal) EA. (PKG of 10) P " x 14" P " x 16" Same as P51751 P " x 34" Same as P51751 P " x 34" Same as P51751 (reflective) SparkArresters Required P " x 14" Black on white. P " x 14" P " x 16" Same as P51741 P " x 16" Same as P
28 P " x 14" P5178A 34" x 42 Same as P5178 P x 14" P5179A 42" x 34" Same as P5179 Fire Restrictions Now in Effect Campgrounds Only Campgroundsand EnclosedVehicles Only On Roads Only P " x 34" P " x 12" Black on white. P5180A 42" x 34" Same as P
29 P " x 12" P " x 12" Multi-color P5185A 42" x 34" Same as P5185 P5187A 42" x 34" Same as P5187 P5185B 44" x 16" Same as P5185 P5187B 44" x 16" Same as P5187 P5185C 54" x 44" Same as P5185 USE for DEAD-OUT Campfires P " x 34" P5186A 42" x 34" Same as P5186 (reflective) P5186B 44" x 16 Same as P5186 (reflective) P5186C 54" x 44 Same as P5186 (reflective) P " x 34" Orange and medium brown on white. P5188A 54" x 44" Same as P5188 Note: This Poster has autumn colors and is intended for use in the Fall. 24
30 P X 16 Black on White. PERMIT REQUIRED P51101B 44" x 16" Black on White.. PERMIT REQUIRED P5189A 42 X 34 Black on White. P5189B 54 X 44 Black on White. PERMIT REQUIRED Campfires Charcoal Fires Portable Stoves P51101C 42" x 34" Black on White. P51101D 42" x 34" Same as P51101C (reflective) P51101E 54" x 44" Same as P51101C P51101F 54" x 44" Same as P51101C (reflective) P51101A 12" x 14" Black on White. 25
31 PERMISO ES REQUERIDO FIRE RESTRICTIONS Fogatas Fuegos de Carbón Estufas Portables No Campfires No Charcoal Fires Stoves- Permit Required P51102A 12" x 14" Black on White. P51103A 12" x 14" PERMISO ES REQUERIDO FIRE RESTRICTIONS P51102B 44" x 16 Black on White. P51103B 44" x 16" PERMISO ES REQUERIDO FIRE RESTRICTIONS P51102C 42" x 34" Black on White. P51103C 42" x 34" P51102D 42" x 34" (reflective) P51103D 42" x 34" Same as P51103C (reflective) P51102E 54" x 44" Same as P51101C P51103E 54" x 44" Same as P51103C P51102F 54" x 44" Same as P51101D (reflective) 26 P51103F 54" x 44" Same as P51103D
32 FIRE RESTRICTIONS RESTRICCIONES FUEGO No Campfires No Charcoal Fires Portable Stoves Permit Required No Fogatas No Fuegos de Carbón Necesita Permiso Para Estufas P51103G 42" x 34" P51104C 42" x 34" P51103H 42" x 34" Same as P51103G (reflective) P51104D 42" x 34" Same as P51104C (reflective) P51103I 54" x 44" Same as P51103G P51104E 54" x 44" Same as P51104C P51103J 54" x 44" Same as P51103H (reflective) P51104F 54" x 44" Same as P51104D (reflective) RESTRICCIONES PARA FUEGO No Fogatas DESIGNATED FIRE USE AREA No Fuegos de Carbón Necesita Permiso Para Estufa PERMIT REQUIRED P51104A 12" x 14" P51105A 12" x 14" Black on White RESTRICCIONES PARA FUEGO Necesita Permiso Para Estufa P51104B 44" x 16" 27 P51105B 44" x 16" Black on White
33 DESIGNATED FIRE USE AREA DESIGNATED FIRE USE AREA PERMIT REQUIRED P51105C 42" x 34" Black on White. P51105D 42" x 34" Black on White (reflective) NON-STOCK ITEM P51105E 54" x 44" Same as P51105C P51105F 54" x 44" Same as P51105D (reflective) NON-STOCK ITEM PERMIT REQUIRED P51106C 42" x 34" Black on White. P51106D 42" x 34" Same as P51106C (reflective) NON-STOCK ITEM P51106E 54" x 44" Same as P51106C P51106F 54" x 44" Same as P51106D (reflective) NON-STOCK ITEM DESIGNATED FIRE USE AREA PERMIT REQUIRED P51106G 12" x 14" Black on White. P51106A 12" x 14" Black on White. E N T E R I N G F I R E L E A V I N G F I R E D E S I G N A T E D U S E A R E A D E S I G N A T E D U S E A R E A P51106B 44" x 16" Black on White 28 P51106H P51106I 2 1/2" x 15" Sticker for carsonite posts.
34 REVISED BURN PERMIT REQUIRED BURN BARREL P51107A 12" x 18" DEBRIS BURNING P51108A 12" x 14" Black on White BURN PERMIT REQUIRED P51107B 42" x 34" Black on White. P51107C 42" x 34" Same as P51107B (reflective) P51108B 44" x 16" Black on White P51107D 54" x 44" Same as P51107B P51107E 54" x 44" Same as P51107C (reflective) FIRE RESTRICTIONS DESIGNATED CAMPGROUNDS AND PICNIC SITES ONLY REVISED P51107F 42" x 34" P51108C 42" x 34" Black on White. P51107G 42" x 34" Same as P51107F (reflective) P51107H 54" x 44" Same as P51107F P51107I 54" x 44" Same as P51107G (reflective) 29 P51108D 42" x 34" Same as P51108C (reflective) P51108E 54" x 44" Same as P51108C P51108F 54" x 44" Same as P51108D (reflective)
35 BURN PERMIT SUSPENDED BURN BARREL (cont.) P51109K/P51110K 44" x 54" P51109L/P51110L 44" x 54" DEBRIS BURNING P51109A/P51110A 12" x 14" P51109B/P51110B 34" x 42" P51109C/P51110C 34" x 42" (reflective) P51109D/P51110D 44" x 54" P51109E/P51110E 44" x 54" (reflective) P51111A 12" x 14" BURN PERMIT SUSPENDED P51109F/P51110F 44" x 16" BURN PERMIT SUSPENDED P51111B 12" X 14" P51109G/P51110G 44" x 16 BURN PERMIT SUSPENDED BURN BARREL P51111C 44" x 16" DEBRIS BURNING P51109H/P51110H 12" x 14" P51109I/P51110I 34" x 42" (reflective) P51109J/P51110J 34" x 42" (reflective) 30 P51111D 44" x 16"
36 P51112A 12" x 14" P51113A 12" x 18" NATIONAL FOREST ACCESS RESTRICTED NEXT MILES Extreme Fire Danger P51112B 12" x 14" P51113B 42" x 34" Brown on white. P51113C 42" x 34" Same as P51113B (reflective) P51113D 54" x 44" Same as P51113B P51113E 54" x 44" Same as P51113C P51112C 44" x 16" P51114A 54" x 44" P51112D 44" x 16" 31 P51114B 54" x 44" Same as P51114A (reflective)
37 P51115A 12" x 14" Black and red on white. P51116A 12" x 14" Black and red on white. P51115B 44" x 16" Black and red on white. P51116B 44" x 16" Black and red on white. PLEASE CLEAR AROUND HOMES P51115C 42" x 34" Black and red on white. P51116C 42" x 34" Black and red on white. P51115D 54" x 44" Same as P51115C P51116D 54" x 44" Same as P51116C 32
38 P51117A 12" x 14" Black and red on white. P51118A 12" x 14" Black and red on white. P51117B 44" x 16" Black and red on white. P51118B 44" x 16" Black and red on white. P51117C 42" x 34" Black and red on white. P51118C 42" x 34" Black and red on white. P51117D 54" x 44" Same as P51117C P51118D 54" x 44" Same as P51118C 33
39 P51119A 12" x 14" Black and red on white. P51120A 12" x 14" Black and red on white. P51119B 44" x 16" Black and red on white. P51120B 44" x 16" Black and red on white. P51119C 42" x 34" Black and red on white. P51120C 42" x 34" Black and red on white. P51119D 54" x 44" Same as P51119C P51120D 54" x 44" Same as P51120C 34
40 Buckle Up P611 44" x 16" Black on white. Phone: P " x 12" Green, red and black on white. P5301A 10" x 12" Same as P5301 (Spanish version) P " x 24" Same as P5301 P " x 24" Same as P5302 (Spanish version) P " x 14" Black on orange (trail poster). P541 P542 P543 P544 P545 P541, P542, 2 1/2" x 15" Black on yellow (decal). For use on standard line post P543, P544, P /2" x 15" Black on gray (decal). For use on standard line post. These decals are available upon request. 35 P " x 11" Red and black on white.
41 P " x 14" Red on black and Reverse. P " x 11" Red and black on white. Do Not CleanFish InLake OrStream P6112A 11" x 14" Red on black and Reverse. P " x 14" Blue and black on white. P6112B 11" x 11" Red on black. 36 P " x 16" Blue and black on white.
42 Your Local Safety and Health Manager is: Name Location Telephone E Mail Address Your National Safety and Health Manager is: Name Location Telephone E Mail Address Don't Pollute Lakes and Streams P " x 34" Blue and black on white.! P6123FIBER 12 1/2" x 18" Red and black on white. (Fiber) P6123PLASTIC 12 1/2" x 18" Red and black on white. (Plastic) The Occupational Safety Service to furnish it's employees with that are free from work-related safety Comply with Occupational Conduct inspections and Safety and surveys by Health Administration (OSHA) qualified personal equipped standards; with Forest Service Manual proper equipment and 6700,Safety and encourage Health Program; Forest employee participation. Service Handbook , Health Establish procedures to and Safety assure that no Code; and Forest Service employee is subject to Handbook restraint, health. Employees exposed to conditions shall be informed of the abatement plan. Imminent danger corrections must be made immediately. Set up a management information system to keep records of occupational Comply with all Comply with all Safety occupational safety and and health health standards issued by Use personal protective clothing, Participate in the USDA and Comment on safety and 1. Your Local Safety and Forest health Health Manager. Service Safety and Health directives proposed through Programs. the Forest 2. Your National Safety and Employees are authorized Service Safety and Health Health official time Programs. Official. to participate in the activities provided Report and request 3. Your Designated Agency P " x 16" Blue, purple, green and black on white. Your Designated Agency Safety and Health Official is the Deputy Chief for P " x 17" Dark green on tan. As your Chief, I am dedicated to providing a safe and healthful environment for all our employees, volunteers, and partners. Every line officer and I are committed to ensuring our work project, all risks are mitigated to the lowest acceptable level possible. This commitment can only be achieved through mindful participation of every employee. We must approach every task through a lens of critical awareness, looking for the hazards that may interfere with the safe and successful completion of the task at hand. Safety cannot be and afterthought. It must be core value of our culture, ingrained in the character of every employee. As an Agency, we must endeavor to place the safety of our co-workers and ourselves above all else. This obligation requires integrity, trust, and leadership: the integrity of every employee is to adhere to Agency standards, the trust in our leaders to place safety as the first priority, and leadership at all levels to provide a culture that encourages employees to communicate unsafe conditions, policies, or acts that could lead to accidents without fear of reprisal. I believe that accidents are preventable. However, we are often challenged with working in very high-risk and dynamic environments that are not always predictable. Consequently, we each have a responsibility to ensure that we are properly qualified, appropriately trained, and mentally and physically prepared to safely undertake our work. The prevention of accidents can only occur if we commit to safe work practices, continually assess our changing environment, refuse to assume unacceptable risks, and continually address unsafe conditions. Every employee must assume these responsibilities as a top priority. I expect every employee to take care of yourself, watch out for each other and adhere to our safety standards. There is no task so important that it should be conducted at the expense of safe and sound operations. THOMAS L. TIDWELL Chief P " x 16" Orange and lime green on white. P " x 17" Dark green on tan. 37
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