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Released on 30-07-2020

Pressure / Temperature Signs and Labels

Pressurized gases or temperature sensitive materials are common in industrial environments, but they can cause major damage and injuries if not properly dealt with. Storing materials at their intended pressure and/or temperature can often be what keeps them from becoming volatile or useless. That's why proper signage is key as a reminder. Proper labeling can help to prevent everything from food spoilage to chemical disasters.

  • Prevent accidents that could result in loss or resources, damage to equipment, and injuries

  • Keep patrons and employees safe from foodbourne illnesses

  • Our signs and labels are all made-to-order in the USA and usually ship within 2 business days after purchase

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PLEASE WEAR FACE MASK THANK YOU

CS139120
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PLEASE WEAR FACE MASK THANK YOU

CS250936
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HAND SANITIZER AVAILABLE HERE APPLY RUB DRY

NHEP-13118
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CORONAVIRUS LET'S PROTECT ONE ANOTHER! PLEASE WEAR A FACE MASK AVOID THE SPREAD

CS925331
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How To Properly Wash Your Hands

CS929077
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PLEASE WEAR FACE MASK BEYOND THIS POINT

CS805060
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FACE COVERING REQUIRED

CS456663
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ATTENTION VISITORS STOP THE SPREAD FACE COVERING REQUIRED TO BE WORN WHEN ENTERING THIS FACILITY

CS579816
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WELCOME CHECK STATION HAVE YOUR TEMPERATURE TAKEN WEAR A FACE COVERING MAINTAIN 6 FT SOCIAL DISTANCE

CS456192
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease PRACTICE GOOD HYGIENE

CS553901
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EMPLOYEE HAND WASHING USE SOAP AND RUNNING WATER RUB YOUR HANDS AND ARMS VIGOROUSLY FOR 20 SECONDS WASH ALL SURFACES INCLUDING: BACK OF HANDS WRISTS BETWEEN FINGERS UNDER FINGERNAILS WITH A FINGERNAIL BRUSH RINSE YOUR HANDS WELL DRY YOUR HANDS WITH A PAPER TOWEL

NHE-13128
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Medical Facility COVID-19 Sign Kit

CS889937
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WE COMMIT TO THE WELL-BEING OF OUR VISITORS AND EMPLOYEES PLEASE WEAR A FACE MASK

CS718483
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GOOD PRACTICE HELPS STOPS THE SPREAD: BE CARING BE PATIENT LETS HELP ONE ANOTHER!

CS877163
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COVER YOUR COUGH Use tissue to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze Throw your tissue in the waste basket or cover your cough or sneeze with your upper sleeve, not your hands Wear a surgical mask to protect others if asked Stop the spread of germs! Clean Your Hands After coughing or sneezing wash for 20 seconds with soap and warm water or clean with hand sanitizer

NHE-13119
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HAND SANITIZER AVAILABLE HERE APPLY RUB DRY

NHE-13118
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POOL RULES 1. NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES IN POOL OR ON POOL WET DECK 2. NO GLASS OR ANIMALS IN THE FENCED POOL AREA (OR 50 FEET FROM UNFENCED POOL) 3. BATHING LOAD:____PERSONS 4. POOL HOURS:____AM TO ____PM 5. SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING 6. DO NOT SWALLOW THE POOL WATER 7 .DO NOT USE POOL IF YOU ARE ILL WITH DIARRHEA

NHE-15266-Florida
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CUSTOM WORDING BRAILLE (Braille = custom wording)

RRE-680-CUSTOM_White_on_Blue
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Proper Hand Washing one of the Best ways to Stop the Spread of Cold and Flu

CS890676
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SOCIAL DISTANCE 6 FT [Double Arrows]

CS153683
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NFPA Rating Explanation Guide HEALTH HAZARD FLAMMABILITY HAZARD SPECIAL HAZARD INSTABILITY HAZARD 4 = Can be lethal 3 = Can cause serious or permanent injury 2 = Can cause temporary incapacitation or residual injury 1 = Can cause significant irritation 0 = No hazard 4 = Will vaporize and readily burn at normal temperatures 3 = Can be ignited under almost all ambient temperature 2 = Must be heated or high ambient temperature to burn 1 = Must be preheated before ignition can occur 0 = Will not burn OX = Oxidizing SA = Simple asphyxiants W = Reacts violently or explosively with water This chart for reference only - for complete specifications consult the NFPA 704 Standard

NFPA-Chart_2
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PLEASE WEAR FACE MASK IN THIS AREA

CS987032
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SOCIAL DISTANCE MAINTAIN 6 FEET

CS898619
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Novel Coronavirus (2019-NCOV) Preventive Measures

CS234937
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PROPERTY OWNER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR LOSS TO PERSONAL PROPERTY OR VEHICLES THANK YOU

ONE-35410
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STOP

NHE-18806
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease HELP STOP THE SPREAD

CS165650
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ATTENTION ALL VISITORS ADMITTANCE NOT ALLOWED IF: YOU FAIL OUR HEALTH SCREENING YOU ARE NOT WEARING A FACE MASK HAVE A COUGH SHORTNESS OF BREATH HAVE A HEADACHE SORE THROAT

CS190702
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PRECAUTIONS STOP DO NOT VISIT IF YOU HAVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS NOW OR WITHIN THE PAST 24 HOURS FEVER COUGH SHORTNESS OF BREATH OR DIFFICULTY BREATHING CHILLS NEW LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL REPEATED SHAKING WITH CHILLS MUSCLE PAIN HEADACHE SORE THROAT OUR PRIORITY IS THE HEALTH OF YOU AND OUR EMPLOYEES HEALTH. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING

CS138990
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COVER YOUR COUGH Stop the spread of germs! Use tissue to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze Throw your tissue in the waste basket or cover your cough or sneeze with your upper sleeve, not your hands Clean Your Hands After coughing or sneezing wash for 20 seconds with soap and warm water or clean with hand sanitizer

NHE-13120
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POOL RULES 1. NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES IN POOL OR ON POOL WET DECK 2. NO GLASS OR ANIMALS IN THE FENCED POOL AREA (OR 50 FEET FROM UNFENCED POOL) 3. BATHING LOAD:____PERSONS 4. POOL HOURS:____AM TO ____PM 5. SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING 6. DO NOT SWALLOW THE POOL WATER 7. DO NOT USE POOL IF YOU ARE ILL WITH DIARRHEA NO DIVING

NHE-15265-Florida
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WASH YOUR HANDS HERE SOAP WASH RINSE DRY

NHE-13142
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STOP THE SPREAD MINIMIZE THE RISK OF INFECTION: WASH OR SANITZE YOUR HANDS WEAR FACE COVERING AVOID COMMON AREAS AVOID TOUCHING YOUR FACE MAINTAIN 6 FT DISTANCE COVER COUGH OR SNEEZE

CS421499
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NFPA Rating Explanation Guide Rating Number Health Hazard Flammability Hazard Instability Hazard Rating Symbol Special Hazard 4 Can be lethal Will vaporize and readily burn at normal temperatures May explode at normal temperatures and pressures 3 Can cause serious or permanent injury Can be ignited under almost all ambient temperature May explode at high temperature or shock 2 Can cause temporary incapacitation or residual injury Must be heated or high ambient temperature to burn Violent chemical change at high temperatures or pressures 1 Can cause significant irritation Must be preheated before ignition can occur Normally stable. High temperatures make unstable 0 No hazard Will not burn Stable OX Oxidizing SA Simple asphyxiants W Reacts violently or explosively with water This chart for reference only - for complete specifications consult the NFPA 704 Standard

NFPA-Chart_1
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DUE TO OSHA GUIDELINES PATIENTS ONLY IN TREATMENT AREA

ONE-32166
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SPA RULES 1. NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES IN POOL OR ON POOL WET DECK 2. NO GLASS OR ANIMALS IN THE FENCED POOL AREA (OR 50 FEET FROM UNFENCED POOL) 3. BATHING LOAD:____PERSONS 4. POOL HOURS:____AM TO ____PM 5. SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING 6. DO NOT SWALLOW THE POOL WATER, IT IS RECIRCULATED 7. DO NOT USE POOL IF YOU ARE ILL WITH DIARRHEA 8. MAXIMUM WATER TEMPERATURE 104°F 9. CHILDREN UNDER TWELVE MUST HAVE ADULT SUPERVISION 10. PREGNANT WOMEN, SMALL CHILDREN, PEOPLE WITH HEALTH PROBLEMS AND PEOPLE USING ALCOHOL, NARCOTICS AND OTHER DRUGS THAT CAUSE DROWSINESS SHOULD NOT USE SPA POOLS WITHOUT FIRST CONSULTING A DOCTOR 11. MAXIMUM USE 15 MINUTES NO DIVING

NHE-15267-Florida
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Empty drum storage area

ANE-8066
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EFFECTIVE HAND WASHING 1 Turn on water and wet your hands and wrists 2 Apply enough soap to cover your hands 3 Create a heavy lather and wash for 20 seconds. Clean hands, fingers, nail beds and under fingernails 4 Rinse well under running water 5 Hold hands so water flows over wrist to fingertips 6 Dry hands with clean paper towel or air dryer 7 Steps to Germ Prevention

NHE-13135
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BEACH REGULATIONS NO ALCOHOL NO DOGS NO GLASS CONTAINERS NO BEACH FIRES NO OVERNIGHT CAMPING

NHE-17436
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SOCIAL DISTANCE MAINTAIN 6 FEET

CS646872
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OUT OF SERVICE DO NOT USE

ONEP-31880
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STOP

NHE-19656_RED
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WELCOME TO OUR POOL WE DON'T SWIM IN YOUR TOILET, DON'T PEE IN OUR POOL NO SWIMMING SUITS AFTER DARK ALCOHOL AND SWIMMING DON'T MIX TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS - QUIT SWIMMING! WHAT HAPPENS HERE STAYS HERE OUR POOL OUR RULES!

NHE-15331
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PLEASE RING DOOR BELL FOR SERVICE [right arrow]

ONE-28740
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CAUTION PLEASE STAND 6 FEET APART [Double Arrows]

CS132343
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DUMPSTER FOR OFFICE USE ONLY VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED

NHE-50081
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DUMPSTER FOR OFFICE USE ONLY VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED

NHEP-50081
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EFFECTIVE HAND SANITIZATION How to prevent the spread of germs in 6 steps 1 Press once with the lower part of the palm 2 Rub the back of both hands 3 Press a second time with the lower part of the palm 4 Clean the tips of your fingers by rubbing in your palms 5 Press a third time with the lower part of the palm 6 Rub the palm of hands and fingers together

NHEP-13134
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LAUNDRY ROOM RULES DO NOT OVERLOAD MACHINES REMOVE CLOTHES PROMPTLY FROM WASHERS AND DRYERS DISPOSE OF DETERGENT CONTAINERS PROPERLY CLEAN LINT TRAY AT END OF EACH DRYING CYCLE NO SITTING ON WASHERS OR TABLES

NHEP-30586
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THANK YOU FOR PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING

CS484948
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NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES ALLOWED BEYOND THIS POINT

NHEP-25198
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ALL VISITORS MUST CHECK IN WITH THE MAIN OFFICE THANK YOU

NHE-34768
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RESERVED PARKING HANDICAP PLATE OR PERMIT ONLY A.R.S. SEC. 28-884

PKE-20910-Arizona
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PLEASE RING DOORBELL

NHEP-34881
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NO CLIMBING OR SITTING ON OR OVER RAILING

NHEP-17647
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LAUNDRY ROOM RULES DO NOT OVERLOAD MACHINES REMOVE CLOTHES PROMPTLY FROM WASHERS AND DRYERS DISPOSE OF DETERGENT CONTAINERS PROPERLY CLEAN LINT TRAY AT END OF EACH DRYING CYCLE NO SITTING ON WASHERS OR TABLES

NHEP-30585
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SPEED LIMIT Custom Number

SPEED-CUSTOM
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AUTOMATIC GENERATOR TRANSFER SWITCH GENERATOR LOCATED NEXT TO GARAGE

OCE-25539
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PPE STORAGE

ONE-36099
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THANK YOU FOR WASHING YOUR HANDS 1 WET HANDS 2 APPLY SOAP 3 WASH FOR 20 SECONDS 4 RINSE 5 DRY

NHEP-13167
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Swimming Pool Rules - No swimming when pool is closed - No swimming when lifeguard is not on duty - You must pass "deep-water test" to use deep end - No running on deck - No dunking, splashing or horseplay inside the pool - No diving in any depth under 5 1/2 feet - No toys, floating devices, snorkels or masks allowed in the pool, unless part of an authorized class - No gum, spitting, spouting, nose blowing or urinating in the pool - No consumption of food or glass containers allowed in the pool area - Socializing with or distracting the lifeguard on duty is prohibited - Only appropriate swim attire allowed in the pool - Aqua shoes are only to be worn during Water Aerobic Sessions as long as they are clean and free of all foreign debris. Elderly or handicapped patrons who wish to wear aqua shoes must present a doctor's note stating the need for the use of aqua shoes

NHE-50780-Washington
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This area is scent free for the health and comfort of those with allergies

ANE-35311
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CUSTOM WORDING BRAILLE (Braille = custom wording)

RRE-680-CUSTOM_White_on_Black
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Swimming Pool Rules - Bathing suits must be worn on the deck and in the water. Men's bathing suits must have mesh linings. Hats may be worn on the deck for sun protection but are not allowed in the water. Plain white T-shirts may be worn over bathing suits if desired. Sneakers are not permitted. Rubber flip flops or water shoes are permitted. - No urinating or defecating in the pools. - Children under 16 must be at least eight inches taller than the maximum water depth to enter the pool without adult supervision. Specific height requirements are posted at every pool. - No person will be permitted in the pool having: skin lesions, sores, or inflamed eyes, mouth, nose or ear discharge, carrying communicable disease or having any type of bandages, adhesive tape, etc., on their body. - All bathers must take a shower in the locker room before entering the pool. - Patrons must provide and use their own padlock. No responsibility is assumed for lost articles. A standard combination lock is recommended. Small luggage locks are not permitted. - The use of swimming aids, water toys, and flotation devices is prohibited. - Electronic equipment, including radios, cameras, and cellular phones, is not allowed on pool deck. - Eating or drinking is permitted only in designated areas. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. - Beach chairs, baby strollers, bags, blankets, or beach balls are not permitted on the pool deck. We will make our best effort to secure strollers. - Follow the directives of lifeguards, pool staff, and the police. - Ball playing, running, jumping, using profane language or other forms of disruptive and disorderly behavior are prohibited. - No diving, except in designated areas. - No smoking, pets, or glass bottles permitted. - Books and bound periodicals are permitted on the pool deck. Newspapers are not.

NHE-50763-NewYorkCity
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Pool slide rules 1. No life jackets or flotation devices allowed 2. Feet first entry only 3. One person to a platform 4. Wait for the signal from the lifeguard 5. No stopping in the slide tunnel 6. Other swimmers not allowed in slide area 7. Caution - deep water under slides 8. Exit at ladders only 9. No hanging on netting or slides

ANEP-34696
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OUT OF SERVICE DO NOT USE

ONE-31880
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FT

NHE-15388
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KEEP YOUR DISTANCE MAINTAIN 6 FT

CS835522
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CLEAN HANDS ARE EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY 1 USE SOAP AND WASH FOR AT LEAST 15 SECONDS SCRUBBING ALL SURFACES 2 RINSE HANDS UNDER WARM RUNNING WATER 3 DRY HANDS WITH DISPOSABLE PAPER TOWEL 4 USE PAPER TOWELS TO TURN OFF FAUCET AND OPEN DOOR IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO SOAP AND WATER USE A HAND SANITIZER INSTEAD PREVENT INFECTION

NHEP-26668
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PLEASE SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING POOL

NHEP-9429
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FREEZER

ONE-31841
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OUT OF SERVICE DO NOT USE

NHE-31880_WRSTR
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PRIVATE TRASH CONTAINER NO PUBLIC DUMPING VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED

NHE-50528
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Laundry room rules Do not overload machines Remove clothes promptly from washers and dryers Dispose of detergent containers properly Clean lint tray at end of each drying cycle No sitting on washers or tables

ANE-30586
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STOP HERE MAINTAIN 6 FT

CS778795
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EMPLOYEES MUST WASH HANDS BEFORE RETURNING TO WORK 1 WET HANDS 2 APPLY SOAP 3 WASH FOR 20 SECONDS 4 RINSE 5 DRY 6 TURN OFF WATER WITH PAPER TOWEL

NHEP-13166
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CHILDREN UNDER 18 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN

ONE-34580
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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) LOCATED IN BREAK ROOM

ONEP-36152
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CHEMICAL IDENTITY CHART HEALTH DEGREE OF HAZARD 4 DEADLY 3 SERIOUS OR PERMANENT INJURY 2 TEMPORARY INCAPACITATION OR RESIDUAL INJURY 1 SIGNIFICANT IRRITATION 0 NO HAZARD FLAMMABLE SUSCEPTIBILITY TO BURNING 4 BELOW 73°F VERY FLAMMABLE 3 BELOW 100°F IGNITES UNDER NORMAL TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS 2 BELOW 200°F IGNITES WITH MODERATE HEATING 1 ABOVE 200°F IGNITES WHEN PREHEATED 0 WILL NOT BURN REACTIVITY SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ENERGY RELEASE 4 MAY DETONATE UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS 3 MAY DETONATE WITH SHOCK OR HEAT 2 VIOLENT CHEMICAL CHANGE BUT DOES NOT DETONATE 1 NOT STABLE IF HEATED USE PRECAUTIONS 0 NORMALLY STABLE

HAZCHEM-14704
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CLEAN YOUR HANDS! Apply a dime sized amount of sanitizer to the palm of one hand Rub hands together covering all surfaces of hands and fingers until hands are dry

NHE-13125
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NO PHOTOS OR VIDEO ALLOWED

ONE-4755
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease Preventative Measures - Protect Yourself

CS998329
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FOR PUBLIC SAFETY PLEASE DO NOT SIT ON, STAND ON OR BLOCK THE STAIRS THANK YOU

ONE-33104
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HEALTH HAZARD 4. . . Can be lethal 3. . . Can cause serious or permanent injury 2. . . Can cause temporary incapacitation or residual injury 1. . . Can cause significant irritation 0. . . No hazard FLAMMABILITY 4. . . Will vaporize and readily burn at normal temperatures 3. . . Can be ignited under almost all ambient temperatures 2...Must be heated or high ambient temperature to burn 1...Must be preheated before ignition can occur 0...Will not burn INSTABILITY 4...May explode at normal temperature and pressures 3...May explode at high temperature or shock 2...Violent chemical change at high temperature or pressures 1...Normally stable. High temperatures make unstable 0...Stable SPECIAL Oxidizing OX Simple asphysiants SA Reacts violently or explosively with water W

HAZCHEM-14702
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NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION

ONE-35556
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FOLLOW THESE PREVENTIVE GUIDELINES TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS FROM THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY

CS496574
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HOW TO PROPERLY WASH YOUR HANDS

CS917430
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PERSONS HAVING CURRENTLY ACTIVE DIARRHEA OR WHO HAVE HAD ACTIVE DIARRHEA WITHIN THE PREVIOUS 14 DAYS SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ENTER THE POOL WATER

NHE-17378
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TEMPERATURE CHECK REQUIRED BEFORE ENTERING

CS101070
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LABORATORY AREA

NHE-32177
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CUSTOM WORDING BRAILLE (Braille = custom wording)

RRE-680-CUSTOM_Black_on_BrushedSilver
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OILY RAGS ONLY

NHE-35376_YBSTR
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NO SMOKING WITHIN 20 FEET OF MAIN ENTRANCES, EXITS AND OPERABLE WINDOWS CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTIONS 7596-7598

NHE-7157-California
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PLEASE KNOCK BEFORE ENTERING

NHE-35577
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STOP [symbol ]

PKE-21645
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SEPTIC TANK LOCATED HERE [WITH DOWN ARROW]

NHE-35684
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