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VA Code & Life Safety Signs and Labels

Our VA Code and Life Safety signs inform people at Veterans Affairs facilities of safety issues. Some of the potential topics include exits, fire equipment, radioactive zones, biohazards and refuge areas. These signs are easy to read and come in a variety of styles.

  • The signs below are best used to maintain compliance with Department of Veterans Affairs Code & Life Safety design standards

  • Display these signs per VA guidelines on, above or beside doors that lead to hazardous or special safety zones

  • Any VA facility can use these signs with confidence that they meet VA specfications

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Explosives Keep out - Explosivos Manténgase alejado

ADB-2895
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Paint storage No smoking No open flames

AWEP-28123
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Gas cylinder storage area Keep all cylinders chained

ADE-28243
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Toxic Chemicals

ADE-6160
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Decon shower [up arrow]

ANE-28895
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Hazardous Chemicals Avoid vapors & direct contact Consult MSDS manual for details Wear protective equipment

ADE-3520
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Emergency contacts Site drawing and MSDS log book are located at the scale house

ANEP-33279
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Hydrogen compressed Flammable gas

AWE-33518
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Wear eye protection & rubber gloves Hot water & dry ice will burn you Do not move when hot Do not seal nozzle it will explode Do not point at objects or people Do not put hands into hot water Do not eat dry ice Pilot light turns off when heated

ASE-36416
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Contains asbestos fibers Avoid creating dust Cancer & lung disease hazard

ADE-1960
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Liquid Nitrogen Do not touch Extremely cold

ADE-4275
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No flammable liquids or combustible materials allowed in this area

ADEP-4710
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Gas line No matches or open lights

ANEP-33496
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CAUSTIC SODA Protective Clothing Required Risk of Severe Burns Avoid skin or eye contact, inhalation or ingestion If skin or eyes are contacted wash with water for 15 minutes

ACE-1595-R
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Lead paint hazard No sanding, chipping, grinding or welding/burning permitted Contact safety department for guidance

ADE-26960
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Explosive gas No Smoking No open flames within 20 feet

ADEP-2870
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Radio frequency radiation hazard area Do not enter

ADEP-8399
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When alarm sounds Vacate at once Fire Suppression System has been activated

AWE-9791
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Clothing contaminated with lead

ACE-1725
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Poison Lead work area Authorized personnel only

ACE-5305
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Natural Gas No smoking or open flames - Gas Natural No fumar o encender fuego

ADB-4565
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Wear face shield and rubber gloves when handling chemicals

ADEP-6490
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Keep out Fumigating with poison gas

ADE-4145
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Chemical storage

ADE-1630
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Hydraulic oil

ANE-31337
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No food or drinks to be stored in this refrigerator Specimens only

ANEP-35057
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Contains asbestos fibers May cause cancer Causes damage to lungs Do not breathe dust Avoid creating dust - Contiene fibras de asbesto Puede producir cáncer Causa daño a los pulmones No respire el plovo Evite la formación de polvo

ADB-28230
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Carbon dioxide gas Ventilate this area before entering A high carbon dioxide gas (CO2) concentration in this area can cause suffocation

AWE-31631
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Renovation Work Contains Lead Do not enter work area [ English + Vietnamese ]

AWI-13027-VIETNAMESE
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Sodium Carbonate

AWE-37459
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Biohazard Universal precautions must be observed

AWE-26819
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Keep out Fumigating with poison gas

ADEP-4145
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The law requires the owner of the premises to provide a carbon monoxide alarm in each apartment in this building The carbon monoxide alarm must be placed within 15 feet of the primary entrance to each room lawfully used for sleeping Must be of the type equipped with an end of life audio indicator and must be periodically replaced by the property owner as necessary Tenants are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the alarms installed into the apartment and for replacing any or all alarms installed in the apartment The law provides that the occupant of each class A apartment in a building in which a carbon monoxide alarm is provided and installed shall pay the owner $25.00 per alarm for the cost of such work for the initial and each periodic replacement The occupant has one year from the date of installation to make such payment to the owner

ANE-33954
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Radiation restricted area Personnel must obtain a dosimeter prior to entry

ANE-33233
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No smoking No open flames No sparks

ADE-4900
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Highly Toxic Handle with care

ADE-3825
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Hydrogen Flammable gas No smoking No open flame

ADE-3930
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Oxygen in use No smoking No open flames

ACEP-28121
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This equipment produces X-Rays when energized

ACE-33206
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Biohazard no food or drink to be stored in this refrigerator

AWEP-26818
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