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Precision Graphics OSHA

Since 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA 1910.145) requires the use of safety signs and tags to indicate and define specific hazards that, without identification, may lead to accidental injury or property damage.

  • Indicates an immediate hazard; a hazard capable of producing death or severe injury.

  • Indicates a potentially hazardous situaion which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

  • Indicates a potentially hazardous situation; a a hazard capable of resulting in severe but not irreversible injury or damage.

  • Provides information of a general type in order to avoid confusion or misunderstanding.

  • Includes notices of general practice and rules relating to health, first aid, medical equipment, sanitation, housekeeping and general safety.