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Hazard Signs and Warning Labels
Hazard signs and warning labels are intended to provide advance notification of potential hazards. When a hazard exists appropriate signage must be utilized. They can be any form of written, printed or graphic material displayed for your protection.
Some common signs that denote physical hazards and may require personal protective equipment are: eye protection, hearing protection, head protection and hardhat areas.
A "Danger" sign indicates that there is an immediate hazard. "Caution" signs are used to warn against potential hazards or to caution you in high-risk areas. A "Warning" sign is used to represent a hazard level between "Caution" and "Danger."
Never deface or obscure existing signs, container labels or hazard warnings.
If you need assistance or have questions concerning the proper interpretations of any signs or warning labels, please contact Office of Safety.