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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1. USE EMERGENCY PUMP SHUTOFF 2. REPORT THE ACCIDENT FIRE DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE: 911

ONEP-28941
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1. USE EMERGENCY PUMP SHUTOFF 2. REPORT THE ACCIDENT FIRE DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE: 911

NHEP-28941
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1. USE EMERGENCY PUMP SHUTOFF 2. REPORT THE ACCIDENT FIRE DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE: 911

NHE-28941
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1. USE EMERGENCY PUMP SHUTOFF 2. REPORT THE ACCIDENT TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE 911

NHEP-29565
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURE WHEN ALARM SOUNDS DO NOT PANIC PROCEED QUICKLY IN AN ORDERLY MANNER TO THE NEAREST EXIT HELP COWORKERS, HANDICAPPED AND VISITORS ALONG THE WAY ONCE OUTSIDE PROCEED QUICKLY TO THE DESIGNATED ASSEMBLY POINT BEGIN ROLL CALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY SUPERVISOR OF ANYONE MISSING REMAIN AT THE ASSEMPLY POINT UNTIL SUPERVISOR GIVES THE ALL-CLEAR

NHE-25597
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURE WHEN ALARM SOUNDS DO NOT PANIC PROCEED QUICKLY IN AN ORDERLY MANNER TO THE NEAREST EXIT HELP COWORKERS, HANDICAPPED AND VISITORS ALONG THE WAY ONCE OUTSIDE PROCEED QUICKLY TO THE DESIGNATED ASSEMBLY POINT BEGIN ROLL CALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY SUPERVISOR OF ANYONE MISSING REMAIN AT THE ASSEMBLY POINT UNTIL SUPERVISOR GIVES THE ALL-CLEAR

NHEP-25597
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SAFETY DATA SHEET ELEMENTS 1. IDENTIFICATION Includes product identifier; manufacturer or distributor name, address, phone number, emergency phone number; recommended use; restrictions on use. 2. HAZARD(S) IDENTIFICATION Includes all hazards regarding the chemical; required label elements. 3. COMPOSITION/INGREDIENT INFORMATION Includes information on chemical ingredients; trade secret claims. 4. FIRST-AID MEASURES Includes important symptoms/effect, acute delayed; required treatment. 5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES Lists suitable extinguishing techniques, equipment; chemical hazards from fire. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Lists emergency procedures; protective equipment; proper methods of containment and cleanup. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Lists precautions for safe handling and storage, including incompatibilities. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROL/PERSONAL PROTECTION Lists OSHA's Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs); Threshold Limit Values (TLVs); appropriate engineering controls; personal protective equipment (PPEs). 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Lists the chemical characteristics. 10.STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Lists chemical stability and possibility of hazardous reactions. 11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION includes routes of exposure; related symptoms, acute and chronic effects; numerical measures of toxicity. 12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Includes ecotoxicity, persistence and degradability; bio accumulative potential and mobility in the soil. 13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION Describes waste residues and information on their safe handling and methods of disposal, including the disposal of contaminated packaging. 14.TRANSPORT INFORMATION Includes UN number and proper shipping name; transport hazard class(es); packaging group, environment hazards. 15.REGUALTORY INFORMATION includes safety, health and environmental regulations specific for the product. 16.OTHER INFORMATION as needed.

GHS-19737
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SAFETY DATA SHEET ELEMENTS 1. IDENTIFICATION Includes product identifier; manufacturer or distributor name, address, phone number, emergency phone number; recommended use; restrictions on use. 2. HAZARD(S) IDENTIFICATION Includes all hazards regarding the chemical; required label elements. 3. COMPOSITION /INGREDIENT INFORMATION Includes information on chemical ingredients; trade secret claims. 4. FIRST-AID MEASURES Includes important symptoms / effect, acute delayed; required treatment. 5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES Lists suitable extinguishing techniques, equipment; chemical hazards from fire. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Lists emergency procedures; protective equipment; proper methods of containment and cleanup. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Lists precautions for safe handling and storage, including incompatibilities. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTION Lists OSHA's Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs); Threshold Limit Values (TLVs); appropriate engineering controls; personal protective equipment (PPEs). 9. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Lists the chemical characteristics. 10.STABILITY & REACTIVITY Lists chemical stability and possibility of hazardous reactions. 11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION includes routes of exposure; related symptoms, acute and chronic effects; numerical measures of toxicity. 12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Includes ecotoxicity, persistence and degradability; bio accumulative potential and mobility in the soil. 13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION Describes waste residues and information on their safe handling and methods of disposal, including the disposal of contaminated packaging. 14.TRANSPORT INFORMATION Includes UN number and proper shipping name; transport hazard class(es); packaging group, environment hazards. 15.REGUALTORY INFORMATION includes safety, health and environmental regulations specific for the product. 16.OTHER INFORMATION as needed.

GHS-19604
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Emergency Procedures 1. Use emergency pump shutoff 2. Report the accident Fire Department Telephone: 911

ANE-28941
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Emergency Procedures 1. Use emergency pump shutoff 2. Report the accident Fire Department Telephone: 911

ANEP-28941
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1. USE EMERGENCY PUMP SHUTOFF 2. REPORT THE ACCIDENT FIRE DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE: 911

ONE-28941
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1. USE EMERGENCY PUMP SHUTOFF 2. REPORT THE ACCIDENT TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT TELEPHONE 911

NHE-29565
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MATERIAL NAME OR CONTAINER SYMBOL(S) APPEARANCE/ODOR HEALTH FLAMMABILITY REACTIVITY PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TARGET ORGANS EMERGENCY PROCEDURE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE MSDS - FIRST AID

CS960103
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MATERIAL NAME OR CONTAINER SYMBOL(S) APPEARANCE/ODOR HEALTH FLAMMABILITY PHYSICAL HAZARD PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TARGET ORGANS EMERGENCY PROCEDURE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE MSDS - FIRST AID

CS160701
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ELECTRICAL SHOCK FIRST AID PROCEDURES Call 911 if you observe any of these symptoms: * Cardiac arrest * Respiratory failure * Muscle pain or contractions * Burns * Seizures * Numbness and tingling * Unconsciousness Until medical help arrives: *Do not touch the victim * Turn off the source of electricity, if possible * Check for breathing, coughing or movement * Prevent shock CAUTION: * Don't touch victim with bare hands * Don't get near high-voltage wires * Don't move the victim

NHE-17181
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WARNING PARENTS, PLEASE WATCH YOUR CHILDREN CPR PROCEDURE 1. CALL 911 OR SEND SOMEONE TO CALL 2. PLACE ONE HAND ON TOP OF THE OTHER ON THE CENTER OF THE VICTIM'S CHEST. COMPRESS 30 TIMES AT A RATE OF 100-120 PER MINUTE. PRESS AT LEAST TWO INCHES BUT NO MORE THAN 2.4 INCHES. LIFT HANDS AFTER EACH COMPRESSION TO ALLOW FULL RECOIL OF CHEST. 3. IF NO SPINAL INJURY IS SUSPECTED, TILT THE HEAD BACK AND MOVE THE JAW FORWARD. GIVE TWO BREATHS FOR 1 SECOND EACH. REPEAT STEP 2 AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. CONTINUE STEPS 2 AND 3 UNTIL MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ARRIVES IF YOU ARE NOT TRAINED IN CPR OR ARE NOT COMFORTABLE GIVING BREATHS, CONTINUE COMPRESSIONS ONLY

NHE-17800
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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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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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1. Read and understand the operation manual and all safety labels before operating this machine. 2. Only a trained person is to be permitted to operate this machine. Training should include instruction in operation under normal conditions and emergency situations. 3. This machine is to be serviced only by trained and authorized personnel. follow lock-out procedures before servicing. 4. Never reach into the machine for any reason unless the machine is at a complete stop. 5. Never leave the machine stopped in such a manner that another worker can start the machine while you are working on or within the machine. 6. Never change or defeat the function of electrical interlocks or other machine "shutdown" switches. 7. Before starting this machine, check that: all persons are clear of the machine, no maintenance work is being performed on the machine, all guards are in place. 8. Routine inspections and corrective/preventative maintenance measures are to be conducted to ensure that all guards and safety features are retained and function properly.

ASIE-25370
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1. Read and understand the operation manual and all safety labels before operating this machine. 2. Only a trained person is to be permitted to operate this machine. Training should include instruction in operation under normal conditions and emergency situations. 3. This machine is to be serviced only by trained and authorized personnel. follow lock-out procedures before servicing. 4. Never reach into the machine for any reason unless the machine is at a complete stop. 5. Never leave the machine stopped in such a manner that another worker can start the machine while you are working on or within the machine. 6. Never change or defeat the function of electrical interlocks or other machine "shutdown" switches. 7. Before starting this machine, check that: all persons are clear of the machine, no maintenance work is being performed on the machine, all guards are in place. 8. Routine inspections and corrective/preventative maintenance measures are to be conducted to ensure that all guards and safety features are retained and function properly.

ASIEP-25370
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1. READ AND UNDERSTAND THE OPERATION MANUAL AND ALL SAFETY LABELS BEFORE OPERATING THIS MACHINE. 2. ONLY A TRAINED PERSON IS TO BE PERMITTED TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE. TRAINING SHOULD INCLUDE INSTRUCTION IN OPERATION UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. 3. THIS MACHINE IS TO BE SERVICED ONLY BY TRAINED AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL. FOLLOW LOCK-OUT PROCEDURES BEFORE SERVICING. 4. NEVER REACH INTO THE MACHINE FOR ANY REASON UNLESS THE MACHINE IS AT A COMPLETE STOP. 5. NEVER LEAVE THE MACHINE STOPPED IN SUCH A MANNER THAT ANOTHER WORKER CAN START THE MACHINE WHILE YOU ARE WORKING ON OR WITHIN THE MACHINE. 6. NEVER CHANGE OR DEFEAT THE FUNCTION OF ELECTRICAL INTERLOCKS OR OTHER MACHINE "SHUTDOWN" SWITCHES. 7. BEFORE STARTING THIS MACHINE, CHECK THAT: ALL PERSONS ARE CLEAR OF THE MACHINE, NO MAINTENANCE WORK IS BEING PERFORMED ON THE MACHINE, ALL GUARDS ARE IN PLACE. 8. ROUTINE INSPECTIONS AND CORRECTIVE/PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE MEASURES ARE TO BE CONDUCTED TO ENSURE THAT ALL GUARDS AND SAFETY FEATURES ARE RETAINED AND FUNCTION PROPERLY.

OSIEP-25370
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Swimming Pool Rules - All rules and requests made by lifesaving personnel must be followed. - All patrons entering the facility during Recreation/Lap Swim times are required to pay the facility admission fee. Parents wishing to watch their children that are 7 years and older during recreation swim are not required to pay the adult admission fee, but must remain in the designated spectator area.- Children under 7 years old or less than four feet tall must be accompanied by a parent or responsible person in a swim suit at all times including in the water, on the deck and in the restroom. While in the water, the parent/responsible person must remain within arms reach at all times. - All children under the age of 4 years old must wear a swimsuit diaper or plastic pants and swim suit regardless of toilet training. No cloth or disposable diapers are allowed. - Persons in the water must wear acceptable swim suits. T-shirts are not allowed. A tight fitting rash guard is acceptable. - Animals are not allowed in the building or pool area, with the exception of guide/service dogs. Guide/service dogs are allowed on deck, but not in the water. - Persons under the influence of alcohol or narcotics will be denied admission and/or asked to leave the premises.- Candy, food or beverages are not allowed except in designated area provided for eating or drinking. No glass items, chewing gum or smoking is permitted in the facility. - Flotation devices (water wings, swim suits with floats etc.) are not allowed. Toys, snorkels and masks are not allowed unless part of organized activity or approved by the Pool Manager. Lifejackets must be U.S. Coast Guard approved. - Suntan oils may not be used by sunbathers or swimmers. The use of sunscreen is encouraged; however, patrons must shower before re-entering the pool. - All patrons must shower before entering the pool. Persons with open cuts, sores, bandages, colds, coughs or infected eyes are not permitted in the pool. - Spitting, spouting or nose-blowing in the pool is strictly prohibited. - Everyone must pass a swim test before entering deep water. Weak or non-swimmers must remain in shallow water not deeper than their armpits. - Lying on the deck close to the edge of the pool where swimmers may trip over sunbathers is dangerous. Sunbathers must lie or sit at least three (3) feet away from the edge of the pool or in a designated area for such activity. - Dangerous practices are prohibited. Patrons must not run on decks; climb, sit or jump from fences: dive in shallow water (less than 9 feet deep): dunk, push, pull or splash swimmers. Jumps are permitted feet first. Back jumps, twisting and flips are not permitted at any time. - Diving in water less than nine (9) feet deep, back dives, somersaults, cannon balls from the side of the pool or any other unsafe activity are not permitted. - Do not engage with the lifeguard in unnecessary conversation. - Emergency procedures must be observed. Swimmers must leave the pool area immediately upon the signal or request of the Pool Manager. - Foul or abusive language will not be tolerated. - Walk at all times. DO NOT RUN.

NHE-50770-SanDiego
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1. READ AND UNDERSTAND THE OPERATION MANUAL AND ALL SAFETY LABELS BEFORE OPERATING THIS MACHINE. 2. ONLY A TRAINED PERSON IS TO BE PERMITTED TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE. TRAINING SHOULD INCLUDE INSTRUCTION IN OPERATION UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. 3. THIS MACHINE IS TO BE SERVICED ONLY BY TRAINED AND AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL. FOLLOW LOCK-OUT PROCEDURES BEFORE SERVICING. 4. NEVER REACH INTO THE MACHINE FOR ANY REASON UNLESS THE MACHINE IS AT A COMPLETE STOP. 5. NEVER LEAVE THE MACHINE STOPPED IN SUCH A MANNER THAT ANOTHER WORKER CAN START THE MACHINE WHILE YOU ARE WORKING ON OR WITHIN THE MACHINE. 6. NEVER CHANGE OR DEFEAT THE FUNCTION OF ELECTRICAL INTERLOCKS OR OTHER MACHINE "SHUTDOWN" SWITCHES. 7. BEFORE STARTING THIS MACHINE, CHECK THAT: ALL PERSONS ARE CLEAR OF THE MACHINE, NO MAINTENANCE WORK IS BEING PERFORMED ON THE MACHINE, ALL GUARDS ARE IN PLACE. 8. ROUTINE INSPECTIONS AND CORRECTIVE/PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE MEASURES ARE TO BE CONDUCTED TO ENSURE THAT ALL GUARDS AND SAFETY FEATURES ARE RETAINED AND FUNCTION PROPERLY.

OSIE-25370
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