Spanish California Prop 65 Chemical Exposure Area Sign
Spanish California Prop 65 Chemical Warning Sign for Areas with Exposures to MON 4660 (dichloroacetyl-1-oxa-4-azaspiro(4,5)-decane
Add your custom exposure source information to create a compliant California Proposition 65 sign for areas that can expose Californians to chemical hazards identified under the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act. This vertical-format Prop 65 hazard area warning sign with Spanish text is designed to meet current California standards, including text height, warning symbol and message (effective August 30, 2018).
- Enter your source(s) of exposure in the text box above and we'll print it directly on your signs or labels at no extra charge.
- 14 x 20-inch size meets state text height requirements, so other sizes are not available.
- US-made hazmat sign is UV, chemical, abrasion and moisture resistant for long life in a variety of environments.
- Substrate choices:
- Aluminum and plastic Prop 65 chemical exposure area signs have 0.20-in. holes in each corner for easy mounting.
- Labels have self-adhesive backing - just peel and stick.
- All are printed with UV-stable ink and are suitable for indoor or outdoor use at service temperatures from -40 to +180 F.
- These Spanish signs and labels are made-to-order, and most orders ship within 2 business days from the ComplianceSigns manufacturing facility.
- Enamel-coated 1mm aluminum
- Semi-rigid 1mm PVC plastic
- Flexible vinyl label stock with permanent adhesive
- Heavy duty, flexible magnetic backing that clings to ferrous metals (not stainless steel)
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Use the Free PDF Button Above to download a printable, temporary version of this sign. NOTE: The temporary sign may not meet required size specifications when printed.
Have questions about Prop 65 sign requirements for your business?
You're not alone. ComplianceSigns contacted the OEHAA (Prop 65 Office) and we were directed not to give any advice on whether a sign is correct for a particular location or application. You must make the decision on sign necessity based on your knowledge of your business, the types of chemicals that are present and the approach you take to comply with the new Prop 65 regulations. You can visit the Prop 65 businesses info page, or call the Prop 65 Office at 916-445-6900 with questions.