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LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHE-14350
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LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHEP-14350
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LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHE-14351
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LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHEP-14351
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THIS VEHICLE DRIVES WITH LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHE-14355
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WE DRIVE WITH OUR LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHEP-14352
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THIS VEHICLE DRIVES WITH LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHEP-14355
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LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY - LUCES ENCENDIDAS POR SEGURIDAD

NHB-14351
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LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY - LUCES ENCENDIDAS POR SEGURIDAD

NHB-14350
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WE DRIVE WITH OUR LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHEP-14353
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THIS VEHICLE DRIVES WITH LIGHTS ON FOR SAFETY

NHEP-14356
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TURN ON HEADLIGHTS FOR SAFETY

NHEP-14358
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TURN ON HEADLIGHTS FOR SAFETY

NHE-14358
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Do not enter when red light is on

ADE-2240
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Before entering Chock wheels Apply jack stand & dock lock Inspect trailer Turn on entry light

ACE-14361
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Before entering Chock wheels Apply jack stand & dock lock Inspect trailer Turn on entry light - Antes de entrar Bloquee las ruedas Coloque el soporte para gato y el dispositivo de levantamiento Inspeccione los remolques Encienda las luces de entrada

ACB-14361
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YOUNG LUNGS AT PLAY

NHE-19562
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THEY NEED THEIR LUNGS PLEASE DO NOT SMOKE

NHE-19567
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CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY LIVE PLEASE DO NOT SMOKE

NHE-19565
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Positively no smoking allowed on these premises

ANE-5325
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POOL RULES NO BATHER SHALL ENTER THE POOL UNLESS HE FIRST TAKES A CLEANSING SHOWER NO BATHER SHALL WEAR A BATHING SUIT THAT IS UNCLEAN NO PERSON SUFFERING FROM A FEVER, COUGH, COLD, INFLAMMATION OF THE EYES, NASAL OR EAR DISCHARGES, OR ANY COMMUNICABLE DISEASE SHALL BE ALLOWED THE USE OF THE POOL NO PERSON WITH SORES OR OTHER EVIDENCE OF SKIN DISEASE, OR WHO IS WEARING A BANDAGE OR MEDICAL COVERING OF ANY KIND, SHALL BE ALLOWED TO USE OF THE POOL NO PERSON SHALL SPIT IN OR IN ANY OTHER WAY CONTAMINATE THE POOL, OR ITS FLOORS, WALKWAYS, AISLES, OR DRESSING ROOMS NO GLASS, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SHATTERPROOF LIGHT SHIELDS, SHALL BE PERMITTED IN THE POOL OR ON WALKWAYS WITHIN EIGHT FEET OF THE POOL NO PERSON SHALL BRING OR THROW INTO THE POOL ANY OBJECT THAT MAY IN ANY WAY CARRY CONTAMINATION OR ENDANGER THE SAFETY OF BATHERS

NHE-15279-Massachusetts
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No smoking on these premises - No fumar en esta zona

ADB-4800
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YOUNG LUNGS INSIDE THIS VEHICLE

NHE-19591
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FIRE EXTINGUISHER

NHE-13845Ceiling
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Positively no smoking allowed on these premises - Se prohibe terminantemente fumar en esta propiedad

ANB-5325
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FIRE EXIT

NHE-6805Ceiling
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FIRE EXTINGUISHER (With Right Arrow)

NHE-6840Ceiling
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FIRE EXIT (With Right Arrow)

NHE-6815Ceiling
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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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THE SIDEWALK IS NOT YOUR ASHTRAY HELP US KEEP OUR STREETS FREE OF BUTTS LA ACERA NO ES SU CENICERO AYÚDENOS A MANTENER NUESTRAS CALLES SIN COLILLAS

NHB-13937
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PACKER PRODUCTION 1. SAFETY DISCONNECT TO OFF 2. PLACE ID AND LOCK 3. REMOVE KEY 4. KEY ON PERSON 5. WAIT FOR LIGHT (OR 15 SECONDS) 6. VERIFY ENERGY SOURCE ISOLATION

NHEP-30064
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PACKER PRODUCTION 1. SAFETY DISCONNECT TO OFF 2. PLACE ID AND LOCK 3. REMOVE KEY 4. KEY ON PERSON 5. WAIT FOR LIGHT (OR 15 SECONDS) 6. VERIFY ENERGY SOURCE ISOLATION

NHE-30064
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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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EXIT

NHE-6744Ceiling
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GAS SHUTOFF VALVE - VÁLVULA DE CORTE DE GAS

NHB-13841Proj
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EMERGENCY EXIT DO NOT BLOCK

NHE-6735Ceiling
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CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PERMIT DATE & TIME OF ISSUE EQUIPMENT I.D. EQUIPMENT LOCATION EXPIRATION WORK TO BE DONE CONFINED SPACE APPROVAL QUALIFIED PERSON OTHER QUALIFIED PERSON EMPLOYEE(S) TO ENTER SUPERVISOR CHECKLIST ON OTHER SIDE MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE APPROVAL CHECKLIST SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Lockout - De Energizer Lines Broken - Capped or Blanked Purge - Flush or Vent Ventilation Secure Area Breathing Apparatus Resuscitator - Inhalator Escape Harness Tripod Emergency Escape Unit Lifelines Fire Extinguishers Lighting Protective Clothing Yes No TEST(S) TO BE TAKEN (Valid for one 8-hour turn only)

CS626900
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Splash Pad Rules - Children under the age of 6 must have adult supervision at all times. - Food and drinks are only permitted in designated areas. - Glass containers and grills are prohibited. - Animals are not permitted. - No bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, etc. - No toys or water balloons. - No running, pushing or rough play. - No climbing, hanging, swinging or sitting on the spray features. - No drugs, alcohol, smoking, vaping, electronic cigarettes or chewing tobacco. - No weapons, fighting, profanity or abusive language. - When thunder and/or lighting is present, evacuate the splash pad immediately and seek shelter. Patrons must wait 30 minutes after the last sign of thunder or lightning before returning. - Splash Pad cannot be reserved for private parties or groups. - Vandals will be prosecuted.

NHE-50787-Pittsburgh
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Swimming Pool Rules - All guests must pay the price of admission or have a current season pass to enter. - Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible person age 16 or older. - Animals are prohibited with the exception of service animals. Service animals are allowed on the deck only, not in the water. - Tobacco products, chewing gum, alcoholic beverages, glass containers, grills, lights, illegal substances, knives or weapons are not allowed inside the pool area. Bags and coolers are subject to search. - Guests may be requested to complete a swim test to access certain areas of the pool. - Non-swimmers and weak swimmers may be required to wear a life jacket. - Guests must be 48" tall to ride the water slides. - Inflatable toys and water toys allowed at staff discretion. Personal flotation devices must be U.S. Coast Guard approved. - Proper swimwear is required. No revealing or transparent swimwear, denim clothing, or clothing with metal attached is permitted. - Swim diapers designated for pools are required for children who are not toilet trained, regular diapers are prohibited. - All guests must shower before entering the water. - Do not drink the pool water, spit or spout water from the mouth. - Running, dunking, riding on shoulders, fighting and rough housing are prohibited. Diving permitted in designated areas only. - Abusive or profane language directed to other guests or staff is not acceptable. Guests will be asked to leave without refund for using abusive or profane language. - Loitering is not permitted in and around the facility, including the parking lot. - Alteration or removal of safety equipment is prohibited except in an actual emergency. - All guests must obey the rules listed above and follow the instructions of Water Safety Staff.

NHE-50771-Dallas
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Swimming Pool Rules - Diving in shallow areas is not allowed. Signs indicate areas where patrons should not dive. Throwing of bathers or allowing bathers to dive from each other's shoulders or knees is also not allowed. - Two speaker radios or oversized one speaker radios are not allowed. - Fighting or rough horseplay is not allowed. This includes chicken fighting and dunking. - SCUBA equipment (tank, regulator and buoyancy control device) is not allowed unless used by a SCUBA class. Snorkels are allowed if they are used with supervision. - Frisbees, tennis balls or any hard balls are not allowed. - Profanity or public display of affection is not allowed. - Fins must be worn only in the water. They must be taken off when out of the water. - All children who are not yet toilet trained must wear a swim diaper along with their bathing suit when entering the water. A plastic or rubber diaper cover is highly recommended in addition to a swim diaper and bathing suit. A swim diaper or regular diaper must be worn while out of the water. - The pool will close for 30 minutes when thunder is heard and/or lighting is sighted. The pool will reopen 30 minutes after the last thunder is heard or lighting is seen. Patrons must seek shelter under a man made structure during a thunderstorm. - Glass of any type is not permitted. - Alcohol and drugs are not allowed in the pool area. Intoxicated individuals will not be allowed into the facility. - Nerf balls, air mattresses and floats are allowed in the shallow end (4ft or less) only if the pool is not crowded. - Inner tubes are not allowed. - Baby floats are allowed only if the child is being supervised by an adult in the designated area. The child must be within arms reach of the supervising adult. - Bicycles, skates or skateboards are not allowed in the pool area. - Water guns are not allowed. - Lap lanes are for lap swimming only. - Plastic toys are allowed inside the pool area only with adult supervision. - Patrons cannot have children sitting on their shoulders or holding onto their backs. - Five minutes before every hour there will be a five minute safety check. All swimmers will be asked to get out of the pool, except for those who are doing swimming laps. - All children under the age of 10 must be actively supervised by someone that is 15 or older. All children between the ages of 10 and 14 must take a swim test if they do not have supervision. They will be allowed to swim in the pool if they pass the swim test.

NHE-50788-Austin
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