Subpart-G&H&I

Subpart-G&H&I - Subpart G Signs, Signals,...

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Subpart G Signs, Signals, & Barricades
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1926.200 (b) Danger signs (1) used only when an immediate hazard exists (2) RED is the dominate color. DANGER rip
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1926.200 (C) Caution signs (1) used to warn against potential hazards or to caution against unsafe practices (2) YELLOW is the dominant color Shallow Water CAUTION
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1926.200 d. EXIT Signs Legible RED letters Letters at least 6” high 3/4” wide (minimum) > EXIT
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1926.200 (e) Safety Instruction Signs White letters with green upper panel >
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1926.200 (f) Directional Signs (traffic signs may differ) White with black panel White directional symbol WC
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1926.210 Signaling (a)Flagmen (1) When signs, signals, and barricades do not provide necessary protection on or adjacent to a highway or street; flaggers or other traffic controls shall be provided
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1926.201 (a) Flagmen (3) Flaggers shall use red flags at least 18 inches square or sign paddles, and in darkness, red lights (4) Flaggers to wear red or orange warning garment while flagging. Warning garments worn at night to be reflectorized.
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OSHA Subpart H Materials Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal
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1926.250 (a) General (2) Floor load limits: Safe floor load limits within buildings and structures (PSF) shall be conspicuously posted in all storage areas, except slab on grade Safe load limits are not to be exceeded
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1926.250 (b) Material Storage Material storage inside buildings under construction Not within 6 ft. of any hoistway or inside
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Subpart-G&H&I - Subpart G Signs, Signals,...

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