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Danger Sign - Asbestos Removal In Progress

Code: 01-D015-WP
U.O.M. - Each
Asbestos Removal in Progress Sign, measuring 600 x 450mm. Choose from metal, poly or Coreflute using the choices below.


Danger sign - Asbestos Removal. Manufactured from either steel, Coreflute or poly - choose from the drop down list. Steel signs are made from 0.6 mm steel with a 7 year weather resistant coating, rounded corners and mounting holes. Polypropylene and Coreflute are lightweight options.

Asbestos danger signs provide visual warning to enable workers to identify the presence of asbestos in the worksite.

Asbestos becomes a health risk once its fibres are released into the air and become breathable. Breathing in asbestos fibres can cause asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma.

Due to the health implications relating to asbestos, it is vital that the appropriate signage be displayed. Alert employees and visitors of dangers that exists when Asbestos removal is in progress on a worksite, workplace or in the work being carried out.

Displaying adequate safety signage will warn workers of potential hazards in the workplace. Danger signage is used to communicate important instructions and reinforce safety messages and provide instruction for emergency situations. Australian & New Zealand businesses have an obligation under Health & Safety legislation to use appropriate signage where applicable.

Ensure you are meeting your WH&S obligations by identifying hazards or hazardous situations with the relevant danger signage.

Danger signs are black and red and can be produced as either a vinyl sticker, metal, Coreflute or polypropylene signs in a variety of sizes.

AS 1319:1994 outlines specific requirements for the design and use of safety signs. It is intended to regulate and control safety related behaviour in workplaces, warn of hazards and to provide emergency information to workers and the public.

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CODE 01-D015-WP
U.O.M Each
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