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NHE-18806
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ELECTRICALLY CLASSIFIED AREA CLASS I, DIVISION II INTRINSICALLY SAFE EQUIPMENT ONLY WORK PERMIT REQUIRED FOR: ELECTRICAL WORK WORK THAT COULD PRODUCE A SPARK WORK USING ELECTRICAL TOOLS OR EQUIPMENT

NHE-18495
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LOCKED OUT DO NOT OPERATE THIS LOCK/TAG MAY ONLY BE REMOVED BY - THIS ENERGY SOURCE HAS BEEN LOCKED OUT!

CS241817
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CHECK AREA FOR SAFE CLEARANCE BEFORE OPERATING OVERHEAD DOOR

ODE-33065
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Hazardous optical radiation and UV may be emitted from light source May be harmful to eyes and skin Use appropriate shielding to protect from exposure

IWE-50899
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SOUND HORN PROCEED SLOWLY

NHE-19698_YLW
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HARD HAT REQUIRED WHEN LIFT IS UP AND WORKING UNDER VEHICLE

NHEP-35939
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NO JEWELRY PERMITTED IN PRODUCTION AREA

NHEP-35322
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EXPLOSION RELIEF DEVICE EXPLOSIVE VENTING OF RUPTURE PANEL MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH

OCE-16409
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NO JEWELRY PERMITTED IN PRODUCTION AREA

ONE-35322
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TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY 1. Observe safety precautions in loader and tractor Operation's Manual. 2. Operate the loader from tractor seat only. 3. Keep children, others, and livestock away when operating loader tractor. 4. Avoid holes, loose ground, and rocks which may cause tractor/loader to tip. 5. Make sure approved bucket is attached before removing loader from tractor. 6. When parking or storing, choose flat and hard ground. Lower the bucket to the ground, set brakes and remove key before leaving tractor. 7. Before disconnecting hydraulic lines, relieve all hydraulic pressure.

ACE-14499
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INSPECTION RECORD

CS723806
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HAZARD ELECTRIC SHOCK EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH APPLY APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) AND FOLLOW SAFE ELECTRICAL WORK PRACTICES THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED ONLY BY QUALIFIED ELECTRICAL PERSONNEL TURN OFF ALL POWER SUPPLYING THIS EQUIPMENT BEFORE WORKING ON OR INSIDE EQUIPMENT ALWAYS USE A PROPERLY RATED SENSING DEVICE TO CONFIRM POWER IS OFF REPLACE ALL DEVICES, DOORS AND COVERS BEFORE TURNING ON POWER TO THIS EQUIPMENT FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY

ODE-36472
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SAFETY AND TEAMWORK, TWO GREAT WORK HABITS

NHE-19507
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DO NOT TOUCH EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZED WORK ONLY

NHEP-50389
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HOT ZONE

NHEP-16856
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CHECK AREA FOR SAFE CLEARANCE BEFORE OPERATING OVERHEAD DOOR

OWE-33065
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PLEASE PARDON OUR DUST WHILE WE REMODEL THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE

NHEP-31889
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SANITIZE

NHE-31578
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SAFETY SUPPLIES

ONE-33740
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PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH EQUIPMENT

NHEP-35648_BLK
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DANGER ELEVATOR HOISTWAY

ODE-28663
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STOP

NHE-19656_RED
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SAFETY IS NOT AN ACCIDENT IT'S EVERYONE'S BUSINESS

NHE-19512
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To avoid possible serious personal injury or death Read all instruction sheets before using cylinders Do not exceed rated capacity Be sure couplers are completely connected Cylinders must be fully supported and the load centered Stay clear of lifted loads Do not use damaged or leaking cylinders Use only recommended hydraulic fluid

AWEP-28269
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TO AVOID POSSIBLE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH READ ALL INSTRUCTION SHEETS BEFORE USING CYLINDERS DO NOT EXCEED RATED CAPACITY BE SURE COUPLERS ARE COMPLETELY CONNECTED CYLINDERS MUST BE FULLY SUPPORTED AND THE LOAD CENTERED STAY CLEAR OF LIFTED LOADS DO NOT USE DAMAGED OR LEAKING CYLINDERS USE ONLY RECOMMENDED HYDRAULIC FLUID

OWEP-28269
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HAZARD ELECTRIC SHOCK EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH APPLY APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) AND FOLLOW SAFE ELECTRICAL WORK PRACTICES THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED ONLY BY QUALIFIED ELECTRICAL PERSONNEL TURN OFF ALL POWER SUPPLYING THIS EQUIPMENT BEFORE WORKING ON OR INSIDE EQUIPMENT ALWAYS USE A PROPERLY RATED SENSING DEVICE TO CONFIRM POWER IS OFF REPLACE ALL DEVICES, DOORS AND COVERS BEFORE TURNING ON POWER TO THIS EQUIPMENT FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY

NHEP-36472
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SANITIZE

NHE-31521
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THIS PLANT HAS WORKED __ DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS __ DAYS

NHE-8507
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ELEVATOR SHAFT KEEP CLOSED

OCEP-28673
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THIS DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED __ DAYS WITHOUT INJURY

NHE-16447
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TEAM LIFTING REQUIRED (OVER 50 LBS)

OCE-26873
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CHECK FOR UV AND HEV HAZARD LEVELS CONFIRM SAFE LEVELS WITH AN APPROVED RADIOMETER

NHE-26529_WRSTR
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THIS PLANT HAS WORKED __ DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS __ DAYS LET'S WORK TOGETHER TO SET A NEW RECORD!

NHE-8510
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EYE WASH STATION INSPECTION REPLACE WATER/6 MOS. - EYE WASH STATION INSPECTION REPLACE WATER/6 MOS.

CS770060
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STOP

NHEP-19656_RED
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You are the KEY To Safety

NHE-19490
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TIE DOWN NO LIFT

ONE-32721
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Low head room

ACE-31063
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KEEP GATE CLOSED

ONE-32641
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HARD HAT AREA

NHEP-35933
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LOW CEILING PLEASE WATCH YOUR HEAD!!!!

OCE-33072
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SOUND HORN PROCEED SLOWLY

NHE-18850
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ELECTRICALLY CLASSIFIED AREA CLASS I, DIVISION I INTRINSICALLY SAFE EQUIPMENT ONLY WORK PERMIT REQUIRED FOR: ELECTRICAL WORK THAT COULD PRODUCE A SPARK WORK USING ELECTRICAL TOOLS OR EQUIPMENT

NHE-25196
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STAY ALERT SO YOU DON'T GET HURT!

NHE-19504
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PLEASE PARDON OUR DUST WHILE WE REMODEL THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE

NHE-31889
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EMERGENCY MEDICAL GAS SHUTOFF MEDICAL GAS SHUTOFF MAY ONLY BE PERFORMED BY ENGINEERING PERSONNEL AT THE DIRECTION OF THE NURSING HOME SUPERVISOR

ONE-31145
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LASER DEVICE IN USE

OCE-33013
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Check for UV and HEV hazard levels Confirm safe levels with an approved radiometer

IWE-26529
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HORN SEQUENCING 1 BLAST: START UP 2 BLASTS: FORWARD 3 BLASTS: REVERSE DO NOT USE AIR HORNS

NHEP-19896
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LEAD PAINT HAZARD NO SANDING, CHIPPING, GRINDING OR WELDING/BURNING PERMITTED CONTACT SAFETY DEPARTMENT FOR GUIDANCE

ODEP-26960
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SAFETY GUARDS MUST BE IN PLACE

ODEP-31513
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ELECTRICALLY CLASSIFIED AREA CLASS I, DIVISION I NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES WORK PERMIT REQUIRED FOR: ELECTRICAL WORK THAT COULD PRODUCE A SPARK WORK USING ELECTRICAL TOOLS OR EQUIPMENT

NHE-25197
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TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY AND DEATH CAUSED BY FALLING LOADS: 1. Load on raised bucket or fork can fall or roll back onto operator causing serious injury or death. 2. Use approved clamping and/or guard attachments for handling large, loose, or shiftable loads such as bales, posts, sheets of plywood etc. 3. Carry load as low as possible. - PARA EVITAR LESIONES GRAVES Y LA MUERTE CAUSADA POR LA CAÍDA DE CARGAS: 1. La carga levantada en un cubo u horquilla puede caerse o rodar hacia el operador produciendo lesiones graves o la muerte. 2. Utilice accesorios aprobados de sujeción y/o protección cuando manipule cargas grandes, sueltas o que pueden moverse, tales como fardos, postes, planchas de madera laminada, etc. 3. Lleve la carga tan bajo como sea posible.

ADB-14502
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SAFETY IS EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS - LA SEGURIDAD NOS CONCIERNE A TODOS

OTB-5680
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STAY OFF CONVEYOR NO STANDING, SITTING, WALKING OR RIDING CAN CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH

ODE-4120-R
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THIS DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED __ DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS __ DAYS - ESTE DEPARTAMENTO HA TRABAJADO DURANTE __ DÍAS SIN PERDER TIEMPO EN ACCIDENTES EL RÉCORD ANTERIOR FUE __ DÍAS

NHB-8489
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ENTRANCE TO ELEVATOR PIT NOTE: OPENING THIS DOOR WILL SHUT DOWN THE ELEVATOR

OCEP-8078
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MUST WEAR GLOVES WHILE HANDLING FOOD

ONE-35956
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Elevator Hoistway

OCE-28671
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THIS DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED __ DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT

NHE-8483
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Bump caps required beyond this point

ASE-35921
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SHARPS DISPOSAL ONLY

NHEP-8705
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DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES IN YOUR VEHICLE

ONE-31502
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THIS ELEVATOR IS FOR FREIGHT ONLY NOT FOR PASSENGERS

ONE-6060
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TWO MAN LIFT

NHEP-26874
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CUSTOM WORDS

PIPE-CUSTOM_WRAP_Black_on_Orange
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Elevator Shaft

ODE-28675
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BARRICADE TAG - BARRICADE TAG DO NOT REMOVE

CS554020
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EXPLOSION RELIEF DEVICE EXPLOSIVE VENTING OF RUPTURE PANEL MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH - DISPOSITIVO DE VENTEO DE EXPLOSIONES EL VENTEO DE EXPLOSIÓN DEL PANEL DE RUPTURA PUEDE PRODUCIR LESIONES O LA MUERTE

OCB-16409
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EXPLOSION RELIEF DOORS LOCATED ABOVE

ODEP-30389
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DO NOT OPERATE - DO NOT REMOVE THIS TAG!

CS697548
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KEEP GATE CLOSED

NHE-32641
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CLOSED TOED SHOES REQUIRED

ONE-35925
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SINK DRAIN IS FOR WATER ONLY DO NOT DISPOSE OF CHEMICALS IN SINK

OCEP-26964
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Check for UV and HEV hazard levels Confirm safe levels

IWE-26530
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SAFETY FIRST STEP LADDER - FOR YOUR SAFETY READ CAREFULLY LADDER SELECTION 1. Select ladder of proper length to reach working height. 2. IMPORTANT: Ladder designed to support the weight of one person plus materials and tools not more than the working load on the notice sign on this ladder. 3. Select ladders within the following: TYPE DUTY RATING WORKING LOAD IAA SPECIAL DUTY 375 lbs. IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA HEAVY 350 lbs. I INDUSTRIAL-HEAVY 250 lbs. II COMMERCIAL-MEDIUM 225 lbs. III HOUSEHOLD-LIGHT 200 lbs. INSPECTION 1. Inspect upon receipt and before each use; never climb a damaged, bent or broken ladder. All parts must be in good working order. 2. Make sure all rivets, joints, nuts and bolts are tight, steps, spreaders and braces secure, spreaders and pail shelf function properly. 3. Keep ladder free from grease, oil, mud, snow, wet paint and other slippery materials. Keep shoes clean, leather soles should not be used. 4. Never make temporary repairs to damaged or missing parts. 5. Destroy ladder if broken, worn or if exposed to fire or chemical corrosion. PROPER SET-UP 1. DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY! Do not let ladders of any material come in contact with live electrical wires. 2. Make sure ladder is fully open, spreaders secure, pail shelf in position. 3. Place on firm level surface with a secure footing. Do not use on a slippery surface. Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffold for additional height. Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder. PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1. Never use a ladder when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication or in ill health 2. To protect children do not leave ladder set up and unattended. 3. Face ladder when climbing up or down. Keep body centered between side rails. 4. Use both hands while climbing, one hand while working 5. Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder it is secured against sideways motion. 6. Do not over-reach, move ladder when needed. 7. Do not walk or shift ladder while on it. 8. Do not stand, climb or sit on braces, spreaders, paint shelf, back section, or above second step from top of ladder. 9. Do not overload. Ladders are meant for one person only. Do not use as brace, platform or plank. 10. Keep ladder close to work, avoid pushing or pulling the side of the ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1. Store ladder in safe and dry place. 2. Properly secure and support ladder while in transit. 3. Never store material on ladder. 4. Keep ladder clean and free of all foreign materials. - LA SEGURIDAD ES LO PRIMERO ESCALERA DE TIJERA - PARA SU SEGURIDAD LEA CUIDADOSAMENTE SELECCIÓN DE LA ESCALERA 1. Seleccione una escalera de longitud adecuada para llegar a la altura de trabajo. 2. IMPORTANTE: Escalera diseñada para soportar el peso de una persona más materiales y herramientas que no excedan la carga de trabajo indicada en la señal de aviso de esta escalera. 3. Seleccione escaleras de acuerdo a lo siguiente: TIPO CLASIFICACIÓN DE SERVICIO CARGA DE TRABAJO IAA SERVICIO ESPECIAL 375 lb IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA PESADO 350 lb I INDUSTRIAL - PESADO 250 lb II COMERCIAL - MEDIO 225 lb III HOGAR - LIGERO 200 lb INSPECCIÓN 1. Inspecciónela al recibirla y antes de cada utilización; nunca suba a una escalera dañada, doblada o rota. Todas las partes deben estar en buenas condiciones de trabajo. 2. Verifique que todos los remaches, juntas, tuercas y pernos estén ajustados, que los peldaños, tensores laterales y tirantes de seguridad estén asegurados y que los tensores laterales y estante para balde de pintura funcionen adecuadamente. 3. Mantenga la escalera libre de grasa, aceite, barro, nieve, pintura húmeda u otros materiales resbalosos. Mantenga los zapatos limpios. No deberán usarse suelas de cuero. 4. Nunca haga reparaciones temporales en partes dañadas o faltantes. 5. Destruya la escalera si está rota, gastada o si ha estado expuesta al fuego o corrosión química. INSTALACIÓN ADECUADA 1. ¡PELIGRO! ¡EL METAL CONDUCE LA ELECTRICIDAD! No permita que las escaleras de cualquier material entren en contacto con cables con electricidad. 2. Asegúrese que la escalera esté completamente abierta, los tensores laterales asegurados y el estante para balde de pintura en posición. 3. Colóquela sobre una superficie firme y nivelada con las patas aseguradas. No la utilice sobre una superficie resbalosa. No la coloque sobre cajas, bases inestables ni andamios para alcanzar una altura adicional. No la coloque frente a una puerta que se abre hacia la escalera. SUBIDA Y UTILIZACIÓN ADECUADAS 1. Nunca utilice una escalera cuando esté bajo la influencia de alcohol, drogas o medicamentos o cuando esté enfermo 2. Para proteger a los niños, no deje la escalera instalada ni desatendida. 3. Mire a la escalera cuando suba o baje. Mantenga el cuerpo centrado entre los rieles laterales. 4. Use ambas manos cuando suba y una mano mientras trabaja 5. Nunca suba a una escalera por los lados a menos que la escalera esté asegurada para evitar que se mueva hacia un lado. 6. No trate de alcanzar algo que está muy lejos, mueva la escalera cuando sea necesario. 7. No camine ni cambie de posición la escalera mientras esté sobre ella 8. No se pare, no suba ni se siente en los tirantes de seguridad, tensores laterales, estante para balde de pintura, sección posterior ni más arriba del segundo peldaño desde la parte superior de la escalera. 9. No sobre cargue. Las escaleras son para el uso de una sola persona. No las utilice como tirantes de seguridad, plataformas o tablas. 10. Mantenga la escalera cerca del trabajo, evite empujar o tirar de un lado de la escalera. CUIDADO Y ALMACENAMIENTO ADECUADOS 1. Guarde la escalera en un lugar seguro y seco. 2. Asegure y apoye la escalera adecuadamente mientras está en movimiento. 3. Nunca almacene materiales en la escalera. 4. Mantenga la escalera limpia y libre de todos los materiales extraños.

NHB-16302
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TWO-BLOCKING THE CRANE WILL CAUSE DEATH, SERIOUS INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE Do not allow the hook block to contact the boom tip by hoisting up, extending or lowering the boom

ACE-13103
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SAFETY FIRST STEP LADDER - FOR YOUR SAFETY READ CAREFULLY LADDER SELECTION 1. Select ladder of proper length to reach working height. 2. IMPORTANT: Ladder designed to support the weight of one person plus materials and tools not more than the working load on the notice sign on this ladder. 3. Select ladders within the following: TYPE DUTY RATING WORKING LOAD IAA SPECIAL DUTY 375 lbs. IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA HEAVY 350 lbs. I INDUSTRIAL-HEAVY 250 lbs. II COMMERCIAL-MEDIUM 225 lbs. III HOUSEHOLD-LIGHT 200 lbs. INSPECTION 1. Inspect upon receipt and before each use; never climb a damaged, bent or broken ladder. All parts must be in good working order. 2. Make sure all rivets, joints, nuts and bolts are tight, steps, spreaders and braces secure, spreaders and pail shelf function properly. 3. Keep ladder free from grease, oil, mud, snow, wet paint and other slippery materials. Keep shoes clean, leather soles should not be used. 4. Never make temporary repairs to damaged or missing parts. 5. Destroy ladder if broken, worn or if exposed to fire or chemical corrosion. PROPER SET-UP 1. DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY! Do not let ladders of any material come in contact with live electrical wires. 2. Make sure ladder is fully open, spreaders secure, pail shelf in position. 3. Place on firm level surface with a secure footing. Do not use on a slippery surface. Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffold for additional height. Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder. PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1. Never use a ladder when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication or in ill health 2. To protect children do not leave ladder set up and unattended. 3. Face ladder when climbing up or down. Keep body centered between side rails. 4. Use both hands while climbing, one hand while working 5. Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder it is secured against sideways motion. 6. Do not over-reach, move ladder when needed. 7. Do not walk or shift ladder while on it. 8. Do not stand, climb or sit on braces, spreaders, paint shelf, back section, or above second step from top of ladder. 9. Do not overload. Ladders are meant for one person only. Do not use as brace, platform or plank. 10. Keep ladder close to work, avoid pushing or pulling the side of the ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1. Store ladder in safe and dry place. 2. Properly secure and support ladder while in transit. 3. Never store material on ladder. 4. Keep ladder clean and free of all foreign materials.

NHE-16302
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THIS DEPARTMENT HAS WORKED __ DAYS WITHOUT A LOST TIME ACCIDENT THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS __ DAYS LET'S WORK TOGETHER TO SET A NEW RECORD!

NHE-8492
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STAY OFF CONVEYOR NO STANDING, SITTING, WALKING OR RIDING CAN CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH

ODEP-4120-R
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FALL HAZARD DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY WILL RESULT FROM FALLING FROM PLATFORM

ODE-18239
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TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH 1. Never exceed Rated Load Capacity of machine and implement as machine could tip over. 2. Operation on hilly or mountainous terrain NOT recommended. 3. Operate machine from operators seat only with seat belt securely fastened. 4. Do NOT carry large objects that can fall into the operators zone. 5. Do NOT allow bystanders in this area while machine is in operation. 6. Lockout power before servicing. 7. Read and understand safety manuals of implement and machine before operating.

AWE-14503
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LOOK OUT FOR FORKLIFTS

ONE-32669
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PLEASE REMOVE ALL BOOTS/SHOES BEFORE ENTERING CHECK CLOTHES FOR FIBERGLASS GREASE DIRT

NHE-31668
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SHIP LADDER ALWAYS FACE LADDER GOING UP OR DOWN ALWAYS USE HAND RAIL AND MAINTAIN THREE POINTS OF CONTACT

OWEP-32442
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SANITIZER

NHE-31579
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KEEP CLEAR OF SWING RADIUS OF CRANES

OCE-28311
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EMERGENCY SHOWER & EYE WASH TEST RECORD INSPECT THIS UNIT CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING INSPECTION CARD

CS375849
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Entrance to elevator pit Note: Opening this door will shut down the elevator

ACE-8078
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RADIO TRANSMITTER AREA WARNING DANGER OF EXPLOSION DO NOT TAKE ELECTRICAL DETONATORS PAST THIS POINT

NHE-19771
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PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH EQUIPMENT

NHE-35648_BLK
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OSHA MANUAL

NHE-33283
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