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MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SHELF LOAD____LBS

NHEP-26915
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MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SHELF LOAD____LBS

NHE-26915
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NO STORAGE PERMITTED ON TOP SHELF OR ABOVE 12'

NHE-35433_YBSTR
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WARNING! WEIGHT CAPACITY 4200 POUNDS PER SHELF

NHE-26897
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Max load / shelf 5000 lbs Max load / bay 22000 lbs

ACE-26841
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Maximum load capacity 3000 lbs per shelf

AWE-26849
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MAXIMUM LOAD CAPACITY 3000 LBS PER SHELF

OWE-26849
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NO STORAGE PERMITTED ON TOP SHELF OR ABOVE 12'

ONEP-35433
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MAXIMUM LOAD CAPACITY 3000 LBS PER SHELF

NHEP-26849
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No storage permitted on top shelf or above 12'

ANE-35433
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Maximum load capacity 3000 lbs per shelf

AWEP-26849
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WARNING! WEIGHT CAPACITY 4200 POUNDS PER SHELF

NHEP-26897
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MAXIMUM LOAD CAPACITY 3000 LBS PER SHELF

OWEP-26849
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MAX LOAD / SHELF 5000 LBS MAX LOAD / BAY 22000 LBS

OCE-26841
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MAX LOAD / SHELF 5000 LBS MAX LOAD / BAY 22000 LBS

OCEP-26841
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MAX LOAD / SHELF 5000 LBS MAX LOAD / BAY 22000 LBS

NHE-26841
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TIPPING HAZARD DO NOT CLIMB ON SHELVES

ODEP-14015
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Tipping Hazard Do not climb on shelves

ADEP-14015
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TIPPING HAZARD DO NOT CLIMB ON SHELVES

OCE-14015
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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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LADDER INSPECTION CHECKLIST ALL WARNING AND DANGER LABELS LEGIBLE AND INTACT Portable Ladders Loose steps or rungs Loose rivets, screws, bolts or other metal parts Cracked, split, bent or broken upright braces, steps or rungs Slivers on uprights, rungs or steps Damaged or worn nonslip bases Rusted or corroded spots Stepladders and Trestle Ladders Wobbly Loose or bent hinge spreaders Broken stops on hinge spreaders Broken, bent or loose steps Loose hinges Damage to paint shelf Extension Ladders Loose, broken or missing extension locks Defective locks that do not seat properly when the ladder is extended Deterioration of rope Loose, worn or damaged rungs or side rails Damaged or corroded parts of cage Corroded bolt or rivet heads on inside of metal stacks Damaged or corroded handrails or brackets on platforms Weakened or damaged rungs on brick or concrete slab Base of ladder obstructed

NHE-16296
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18 in. Stainless Steel LocBoard Shelf

51ASH003
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Slide-Out Printer Shelf for EcoCart Mobile Workstations

21MEB131
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Additional Middle Shelf for EcoCart Mobile Workstations

21MEB423
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Fold-Out Shelf Table for EcoCart Mobile Workstations

21MEB430
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CAUTION STEP LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ABOVE SECOND STEP FROM TOP MAKE SURE LADDER IS FULLY OPEN AND SPREADERS LOCKED SET ALL FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE DO NOT USE AS A SINGLE LADDER OR IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS CLIMB ONLY ON FRONT SIDE OF LADDER FACE LADDER WHEN CLIMBING USE BOTH HANDS IN CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ON SPREADER BRACES, LADDER TOP OR PAINT SHELF DO NOT STRADDLE FRONT AND BACK DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT

NHE-16298
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LocHook 18 in. Epoxy Steel Shelf 1 pc

51ASH001
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Colorful Shelf Label Magnets - 1 x 2 in. 25-Pack

30MSL12
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Reusable Shelf Label Magnets - 1 x 4 in. 25-Pack

30MSL14
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Multiuse Shelf Label Magnets - 1 x 6 in. 25-Pack

30MSL16
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Multipurpose Shelf Label Magnets - 2 x 6 in. 25-Pack

30MSL26
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Durable Shelf Label Magnets - 3.5 x 5.5 in. 25-Pack

30MSL35
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Secure Shelf Lip for EcoCart Mobile Workstation - 3-pack

21MEB445
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Sturdy Adjustable Shelf for NB Series Mobile Workstation

21MWNB124
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1-1/2 x 4-3/8 in. Rack and Shelf Card Holders 25 pk

50HRS14
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2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in. Rack and Shelf Card Holders 25 pk

50HRS23
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2-3/8 x 4-3/8 in. Rack and Shelf Card Holders 25 pk

50HRS24
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5-3/8 x 7-1/4in. Rack and Shelf Card Holders 25 pk

50HRS57
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Damp-Erase Shelf Label Magnets - 2 x 4 in 25-Pack

30MSL24
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SHELF LIFE EXPIRATION DATE ____

LDRE-50594
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SHELF LIFE EXP. DATE ____

LDRE-50595
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3-3/8 x 5-3/8 in. Rack and Shelf Card Holders 25 pk

50HRS35
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LADDER INSPECTION CHECKLIST ALL WARNING AND DANGER LABELS LEGIBLE AND INTACT Portable Ladders Loose steps or rungs Loose rivets, screws, bolts or other metal parts Cracked, split, bent or broken upright braces, steps or rungs Slivers on uprights, rungs or steps Damaged or worn nonslip bases Rusted or corroded spots Stepladders and Trestle Ladders Wobbly Loose or bent hinge spreaders Broken stops on hinge spreaders Broken, bent or loose steps Loose hinges Damage to paint shelf Extension Ladders Loose, broken or missing extension locks Defective locks that do not seat properly when the ladder is extended Deterioration of rope Loose, worn or damaged rungs or side rails Damaged or corroded parts of cage Corroded bolt or rivet heads on inside of metal stacks Damaged or corroded handrails or brackets on platforms Weakened or damaged rungs on brick or concrete slab Base of ladder obstructed - LISTA DE VERIFICACIÓN DE LA INSPECCIÓN EN LA ESCALERA TODAS LAS ETIQUETAS DE ADVERTENCIA Y PELIGRO DEBEN ESTAR LEGIBLES E INTACTAS Escaleras portátiles Peldaños o travesaños flojos Remaches, tornillos, pernos u otras piezas metálicas flojas Montantes, tirantes de seguridad, peldaños o travesaños agrietados, partidos, doblados o rotos Astillas en montantes, peldaños o escalones Bases antideslizantes dañadas o gastadas Lugares enmohecidos u oxidados Escaleras de tijera y escaleras de caballete Tambaleante Bisagras extensibles flojas o dobladas Topes rotos en las bisagras extensibles Escalones rotos, doblados o flojos Bisagras flojas Daños en el estante para balde de pintura USO SEGURO DE LA ESCALERA DE EXTENSIÓN Dispositivo de bloqueo para escaleras de extensión suelto, roto o faltante Seguros defectuosos que no pueden fijarse adecuadamente cuando la escalera se extiende Deterioro de la cuerda Trevesaños o rieles laterales sueltos, gastados o dañados Partes de la jaula de seguridad para escalera dañadas u oxidadas Cabezas de pernos o remaches oxidados en el interior de los postes de metal Pasamanos o soportes en las plataformas dañados u oxidados Peldaños debilitados o dañados sobre ladrillo o bloque de concreto Base de la escalera obstruida

NHB-16296
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CAUTION STEP LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ABOVE SECOND STEP FROM TOP MAKE SURE LADDER IS FULLY OPEN AND SPREADERS LOCKED SET ALL FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE DO NOT USE AS A SINGLE LADDER OR IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS CLIMB ONLY ON FRONT SIDE OF LADDER FACE LADDER WHEN CLIMBING USE BOTH HANDS IN CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ON SPREADER BRACES, LADDER TOP OR PAINT SHELF DO NOT STRADDLE FRONT AND BACK DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT - CUIDADO USO SEGURO DE UNA ESCALERA DE TIJERA MANTENGA EL CUERPO CENTRADO ENTRE LOS RIELES LATERALES NO TRATE DE ALCANZAR ALGO QUE ESTÁ MUY LEJOS NO SUBA, NO SE PARE NI SE SIENTE MÁS ARRIBA DEL SEGUNDO PELDAÑO DESDE LA PARTE SUPERIOR ASEGÚRESE QUE LA ESCALERA ESTÉ COMPLETAMENTE ABIERTA Y LOS TENSORES LATERALES ASEGURADOS COLOQUE TODAS LAS PATAS EN UNA SUPERFICIE FIRME Y NIVELADA NO LA UTILICE COMO UNA ESCALERA SIMPLE NI EN POSICIÓN PARCIALMENTE ABIERTA NO LA COLOQUE FRENTE A PUERTAS SIN LLAVE SUBA SÓLO POR LA PARTE FRONTAL DE LA ESCALERA MIRE SIEMPRE HACIA LA ESCALERA CUANDO SUBA USE AMBAS MANOS CUANDO SUBA NO LLEVE OBJETOS EN SUS MANOS CUANDO SUBA BÁJESE Y MUEVA LA ESCALERA SEGÚN SEA NECESARIO NO SUBA, NO SE PARE NI SE SIENTE EN LOS TIRANTES DE SEGURIDAD, TENSORES LATERALES, PARTE SUPERIOR DE LA ESCALERA O ESTANTE PARA BALDE DE PINTURA NO SE SIENTE HACIA ADELANTE NI HACIA ATRÁS NO SUBA DE UNA ESCALERA A OTRA NO CAMINE NI CAMBIE DE POSICIÓN LA ESCALERA MIENTRAS ESTÉ SOBRE ELLA NUNCA COLOQUE LA ESCALERA SOBRE OTROS OBJETOS TALES COMO CAJAS, ANDAMIOS U OTRAS BASES INESTABLES PARA GANAR ALTURA ADICIONAL

NHB-16298
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DuraHook 12 in. L x 6-1/2 in. D BLUE Epoxy Steel Shelf

51ASH002
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Shelf Label Magnetic Roll - 2 in. x 50 ft. - 6 colors

30MSL250
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MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SHELF LOAD 14000 LBS

NHEP-26892
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MAXIMUM LOAD CAPACITY 3000 LBS PER SHELF

NHE-26849
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