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Foreword
Emergency Numbers
Table of Contents
Introduction
1. EH&S Policy
2. Occupational Injury
3. Public Safety
4. Emergencies
5.  Injury/Illness
6. Asbestos
7. Hazardous Waste
8. Bio Waste
9. Rad Waste
10. Recycling
11. HazCom & DHS
12. Office Safety
13. Lab Safety
14 Shop Safety
15 Personal Protection
16. Hazard Evaluation
17. Safe Lifting
18. Safety Policies
19. Warning Signs
20. Safety Services
21. Non-lab Training
22. Research Training
23. Training classes
Location Map

19. WARNING SYMBOLS & DOOR SIGNS

The following symbols identify hazardous areas/materials and safety equipment. They are to be used on lab/shop door signs to identify hazards and equipment found in the area (other signs). 

Indicates that a material is poisonous if inhaled or ingested.

Indicates that a material is flammable.

Indicates that a material is corrosive. To prevent contact with the skin, the user must wear PPE.

Indicates that a laser is in the location. Only enter after verifying that the laser is not in use (laser sign).

Indicates biohazardous materials are in the area and are potentially infectious to humans. Sign must be posted in areas & on containers of such materials.

Indicates radioactive materials are located in the area. Similar sign is used for x-ray equipment.

A safety shower is located within 100 feet or 10 seconds traveling time.

Indicates the location of an emergency eyewash system.

Fire
extinguisher
location.

Carcinogen chemical hazard

First aid
symbol.

Electricity
hazard
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