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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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HAND SANITIZER AVAILABLE HERE APPLY RUB DRY

NHEP-13118
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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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RULES OF THE TRAIL OPEN SUNRISE TO SUNSET STAY ON TRAIL, RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY KEEP RIGHT, PASS ON LEFT, WARN BEFORE PASSING NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES NO HORSES DOGS MUST BE LEASHED DOG OWNERS MUST PICK UP AFTER PETS DO NOT ALTER OR REMOVE PLANTS OR WILDLIFE

NHE-17201
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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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OUT OF SERVICE DO NOT USE

ONEP-31880
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NO SEMI TRUCKS

PKE-14601
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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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3 FT

NHE-15037
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Secondary power source generator connected

AWE-27039
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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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STOP

NHE-19656_RED
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OUT OF SERVICE DO NOT USE

NHE-31880_WRSTR
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5 FT

NHE-15039
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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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NO TRUCK TURNAROUND

PKE-14276
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POOL RULES TAKE A CLEANSING SHOWER BEFORE USING THE POOL PLEASE DO NOT USE THE POOL IF YOU HAVE HAD DIARRHEA OR ANY OTHER DISEASE TRANSMITTABLE BY WATER IN THE PAST TWO WEEKS DO NOT BRING FOOD, DRINK, GUM, OR TOBACCO INTO THE POOL OR ONTO THE DECK AREA NON SWIMMERS AND CHILDREN UNDER AGE 14 SHALL NOT USE THE POOL WITHOUT A RESPONSIBLE ADULT IN ATTENDANCE SWIMMERS WHO ARE NOT TOILET TRAINED MUST WEAR A SWIM DIAPER WITH WATERPROOF PANTS WITH ELASTIC OPENING FOR LEGS AND WAIST DO NOT CHANGE DIAPERS NEAR THE POOL, OR ON THE DECK NO RUNNING OR ROUGH PLAY NO GLASS OR OTHER BREAKABLE MATERIAL ALLOWED IN THE POOL OR DECK AREA NO ANIMALS IN THE POOL OR DECK AREA EXCEPT AS REQUIRED UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OFFENSIVE OR UNSANITARY BEHAVIOR IS PROHIBITED CAPACITY OF THE POOL IS____

NHE-15285-Montana
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PLAYGROUND RULES 1. USE PLAYGROUND AT YOUR OWN RISK 2. CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF ____ MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT 3. NO GLASS OR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 4. PROPER FOOTWEAR REQUIRED 5. IMPROPER USE OF EQUIPMENT PROHIBITED 6. PLAYGROUND HOURS FROM ____ TO ____

ONEP-36619
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PLAYGROUND RULES 1. USE PLAYGROUND AT YOUR OWN RISK 2. CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF ____ MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT 3. NO GLASS OR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 4. PROPER FOOTWEAR REQUIRED 5. IMPROPER USE OF EQUIPMENT PROHIBITED 6. PLAYGROUND HOURS FROM ____ TO ____

NHEP-36619
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1. REMOVE NOZZLE FROM DISPENSER 2. LIFT LEVER ON PUMP 3. PLACE NOZZLE IN TANK OPENING 4. FUEL TANK 5. RETURN NOZZLE TO DISPENSER AFTER FUELING

ONEP-31168
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TANK: ____ PRODUCT: ____ GALLONS PER INCH:____ MAXIMUM GALLONS: ____ MAXIMUM FILL HEIGHT:____

NHE-31301
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THIS PROPERTY IS IRRIGATED BY PRIVATE WELL

NHE-36686
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EMPTY

NHE-13784
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RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION

NHE-19428
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POOL RULES NO SOLO SWIMMING NO RUNNING, BOISTEROUS OR ROUGH PLAY NO PERSON UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS SHOULD USE THE POOL NO SPITTING OR BLOWING NOSE IN POOL PERSONS WITH DIARRHEAL ILLNESS OR NAUSEA SHOULD NOT ENTER THE POOL PERSONS WITH SKIN, EYE, EAR OR RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS SHOULD NOT ENTER THE POOL PERSONS WITH OPEN LESIONS OR WOUNDS SHOULD NOT ENTER THE POOL NO ANIMALS OR PETS ALLOWED IN THE POOL ENCLOSURE NO GLASS ALLOWED IN THE POOL OR ON THE DECK NO CHILDREN SHOULD BE IN THE POOL WITHOUT SUPERVISION YOU SHOULD TAKE A SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING THE POOL THIS POOL IS OPEN FROM ____ AM TO ____ PM THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF SWIMMERS ALLOWED IN THE POOL IS____ AN EMERGENCY PHONE IS LOCATED____ LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT IS LOCATED AT____ THE POOL OPERATOR OF RECORD AT THIS FACILITY IS ____ CERTIFICATION NUMBER ____

NHE-19483-SouthCarolina
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POOL WARNINGS NEVER SWIM ALONE A MINIMUM OF TWO ADULTS, 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER, MUST BE PRESENT WHENEVER THIS SWIMMING FACILITY IS IN USE, WITH AT LEAST ONE ADULT REMAINING ON THE POOL DECK THERE IS NO SUBSTITUE FOR ADEQUATE SUPERVISION CHILDREN LESS THAN 16 YEARS OF AGE MUST AT ALL TIMES BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR SAFETY AND BEHAVIOR WHILE AT THE BATHING FACILITY IN AN EMERGENCY, NOTIFY THE FACILITY OPERATOR AND CONTACT HELP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE A FREE TELEPHONE IS PROVIDED AT____ ONLY USE FACILITY DURING POSTED HOURS OF OPERATION DON'T DRINK ALCOHOL AND SWIM

NHE-15300-NewYork
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NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION

ONE-35556
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FIRE HOSE CONNECTION

NHE-6865
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TESTING IN PROGRESS

ONE-33198
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QUIET PLEASE MEETINGS IN PROGRESS

ONEP-32351
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PLEASE RING DOOR BELL FOR SERVICE [right arrow]

ONEP-28740
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PLEASE USE MAIN ENTRANCE [right arrow]

NHEP-28741
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PLEASE USE MAIN ENTRANCE [right arrow]

ONEP-28741
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SPEED LIMIT Custom Number

SPEED-CUSTOM
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CLOSED

NHE-29366
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Sink drain is for water only Do not dispose of chemicals in sink

ACE-26964
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WHEN TO WASH YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU HANDLE FOOD OR PUT ANYTHING IN YOUR MOUTH AFTER YOU COUGH, SNEEZE OR BLOW YOUR NOSE AFTER YOU USE THE BATHROOM AFTER ANY CONTACT WITH GERMS OR DIRT HOW TO WASH YOUR HANDS WET HANDS WITH WARM WATER APPLY A GENEROUS AMOUNT OF SOAP FOR 30 SECONDS SCRUB ALL PARTS OF YOUR HANDS AND YOUR WRISTS RINSE AND DRY COMPLETELY OR USE AN ALCOHOL BASED HAND SANITIZER AND RUB UNTIL HANDS ARE DRY

NHE-26657
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PLEASE PARDON OUR DUST WHILE WE REMODEL THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE

ONEP-31889
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NO STORAGE PERMITTED

NHE-32158
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PLEASE RING DOOR BELL FOR SERVICE [left arrow]

NHE-28739
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PLEASE RING DOOR BELL FOR SERVICE [right arrow]

NHEP-28740
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MEDICATIONS ONLY

ONE-32181
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8

NHE-15386
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HUMAN FOOD ONLY

NHE-31847
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CASHIER (with left arrow)

NHE-9650-White_on_PineGreen
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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

ANE-13144
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SHUTOFF FOR GENERATOR LOCATED OUTSIDE ON GENERATOR

NHE-27504
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Wash your hands so you can stop germs Use soap and running water Rub your hands back and forth for 20 seconds Rinse with warm water Dry with paper towel

NHE-13122
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