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EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS 911 IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY CALL 911 POLICE DEPARTMENT POISON CONTROL HOSPITAL CUSTOM CONTACT CUSTOM CONTACT

NHE-14096
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EMERGENCY CARE FOR CHOKING CONSCIOUS VICTIM If victim CAN breathe, cough or speak - DO NOT INTERFERE. If victim CANNOT breathe, cough or speak - give quick upward thrusts (grip above the waist but below ribs) (Avoid pressing on the bottom of the breastbone) Hold fist with thumb tucked in. Hold thumb side inward, use other hand to give an in and upward thrust. Repeat thrust steps until effective or until victim becomes UNCONSCIOUS. UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Return to the victim. Do 30 chest compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least two inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) If trained in CPR, Open the airway. Look for foreign object. If one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Attempt two breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency/medical help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant women and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions.

NHE-9435
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(Graphic) A.E.D. INSPECTION TAG Name Date

CS885052
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FIRST AID

NHEP-7220
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SEVERE WEATHER SHELTER

NHE-9480
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EYE WASH

NHE-7605Tri
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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Do 30 chest Compressions [Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.] If trained in CPR, Open the Airway. Look for foreign object. IF one is seen, remove it [head tilt, chin lift]. Attempt two Breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant woman and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation [CPR]. For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions. Standards from the American Heart Association

NHEP-17824
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MATERIAL NAME OR CONTAINER SYMBOL(S) APPEARANCE/ODOR: HEALTH HAZARD 4-Deadly 3- Extreme danger 2- Hazardous 1- Slightly hazardous 0- Normal material SPECIFIC HAZARD Use NO WATER W Oxidizer OX Simple Asphyxiant SA Acid ACID Alkali ALK Corrosive COR Radiation Hazard FIRE HAZARD Flash Point 4- Below 73 F 3- Below 100 F 2- Below 200 F 1- Above 200 F 0- Will not burn INSTABILITY 4- May detonate 3- Shock and heat may detonate 2- Violent Chemical change 1- Unstable if heated 0- Stable PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TARGET ORGANS EMERGENCY PROCEDURE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE MSDS FIRST AID WARNING: EMERGENCY NUMBERS FIRE MEDICAL SPILL

CS258257
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE CONTACT CUSTOM NAME CUSTOM PHONE NUMBER

NHEP-14090
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MATERIAL NAME OR CONTAINER SYMBOL(S) APPEARANCE/ODOR: HEALTH HAZARD 4-Deadly 3- Extreme danger 2- Hazardous 1- Slightly hazardous 0- Normal material SPECIFIC HAZARD Use NO WATER W Oxidizer OX Simple Asphyxiant SA Acid ACID Alkali ALK Corrosive COR Radiation Hazard FIRE HAZARD Flash Point 4- Below 73 F 3- Below 100 F 2- Below 200 F 1- Above 200 F 0- Will not burn INSTABILITY 4- May detonate 3- Shock and heat may detonate 2- Violent Chemical change 1- Unstable if heated 0- Stable PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TARGET ORGANS EMERGENCY PROCEDURE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE MSDS FIRST AID WARNING: EMERGENCY NUMBERS FIRE MEDICAL SPILL

CS558780
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EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS 911 IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY CALL 911 POLICE DEPARTMENT POISON CONTROL HOSPITAL CUSTOM CONTACT CUSTOM CONTACT

NHE-14095
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SEVERE WEATHER SHELTER

NHE-13197
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AREA OF REFUGE (Braille = area of refuge)

RSME-256_White_on_Black
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE CONTACT CUSTOM NAME CUSTOM PHONE NUMBER

NHE-14090
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[GRAPHIC ONLY] FIRST AID

NHEP-19666
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EMERGENCY EVACUATION MEETING PLACE

NHEP-30317
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GAS SHUTOFF VALVE

NHE-13841
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FIRST AID KIT INSIDE

NHE-30872
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AED

NHEP-7620
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EVACUATION MUSTER POINT

OEE-25598
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EMERGENCY EVACUATION MEETING PLACE

NHEP-30318
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FIRST AID KIT INSIDE

NHE-16664
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THIS PHONE FOR EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY IN CASE OF EMERGENCY DIAL 911 YOUR LOCATION INFORMATION IS: CUSTOM NAME CUSTOM ADDRESS/ROOM NUMBER CUSTOM PHONE NUMBER

NHE-14088
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EMERGENCY SHUTOFF SWITCH

NHE-28986
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AREA OF REFUGE (Braille = area of refuge)

RRE-910_White_on_Blue
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MAIN WATER SHUTOFF

NHE-6890
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EMERGENCY EXIT ONLY

NHE-29279
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TORNADO SAFE ROOM ____ mph safe room design wind speed (3-second gust) Missile Impact Resistance: ____ lbs. 2x4 @ ____ mph (horizontal) ____ lbs. 2x4 @ ____ mph (vertical) Safe room manufacturer/builder ____

NHE-25787
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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Do 30 chest Compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least 2 inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) If trained in CPR, Open the Airway. Look for foreign object. IF one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Attempt two Breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant woman and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions. Standards from the American Heart Association

NHE-17824
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GAS SHUTOFF VALVE

NHEP-13843
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KNOW THE SIGNS OF HEAT EXHAUSTION HEADACHES HEAVY SWEATING COLD, MOIST SKIN, CHILLS DIZZINESS OR FAINTING WEAK OR RAPID PULSE MUSCLE CRAMPS FAST, SHALLOW BREATHING NAUSEA, VOMITING OR BOTH IF YOU EXPERIENCE THE SIGNS OF A HEAT EXHAUSTION, MOVE TO A COOLER PLACE, STOP EXERCISING AND COOL DOWN IMMEDIATELY - CONOZCA LOS SÍNTOMAS DEL AGOTAMIENTO POR CALOR DOLORES DE CABEZA SUDORACIÓN EXCESIVA PIEL FRÍA Y HÚMEDA, ENFRIAMIENTO MAREO O DESMAYO PULSO DÉBIL O RÁPIDO CALAMBRE MUSCULAR RESPIRACIÓN RÁPIDA Y SUPERFICIAL NÁUSEAS, VÓMITO O AMBOS SI EXPERIMENTA LOS SÍNTOMAS DE AGOTAMIENTO POR CALOR, SALGA A UN LUGAR MÁS FRESCO, DEJE DE HACER EJERCICIOS Y REFRÉSQUESE INMEDIATAMENTE

NHB-17814
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VENTILATION EMERGENCY SHUTOFF

NHE-29636
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TWO TYPES OF HEAT ILLNESS HEAT EXHAUSTION A)MOIST CLAMMY SKIN B)PUPILS DILATED C)NORMAL OR SUBNORMAL TEMPERATURE HEAT STROKE A)DRY HOT SKIN B)PUPILS CONSTRICTED C)VERY HIGH BODY TEMPERATURE - DOS TIPOS DE ENFERMEADES POR EL CALOR AGOTAMIENTO POR CALOR A)PIEL HÚMEDA Y PEGAJOSA B)PUPILAS DILATADAS C)TEMPERATURA NORMAL O SUBNORMAL INSOLACIÓN Y AGOTAMIENTO POR CALOR A)PIEL SECA Y CALIENTE B)PUPILAS ESTRECHAS C)TEMPERATURA CORPORAL MUY ALTA

NHB-17807
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PUSH BUTTON TO STOP CYCLE

OEE-28997
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[Graphic Only] GAS SHUTOFF VALVE

NHEP-13842
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EVACUATED - OCCUPIED

NHE-18094
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EMERGENCY EVACUATION AREA ÁREA DE EVACUACIÓN DE EMERGENCIA

NHB-13192
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EMERGENCY SHOWER AND EYE WASH

NHE-17187Tri
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YOUR CUSTOM WORDING AND IMAGE

SIGN-QUOTE
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