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Danger Compressed Gas Sign

Fuel; Gas & Flammable Material, 1 each
As Low As $18.00
Advise your employees of areas with fuels and other flammable materials using this bold, easy-to-read signage.   Read More 

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$18.00 - $37.00


Advise your employees of areas with fuels and other flammable materials using this bold, easy-to-read signage.
  • Bright colors and easy-to-read legends help ensure safety and facility compliance
  • Helps you meet 29 CFR 1910.145 by indicating specific hazards that may, without identification, lead to accidental injury or property damage
  • Available in two sizes and three compositions to suit your use and budget
  • Long-lasting, pre-drilled aluminum signs offer superior resistance to abrasion, chemicals, weather, splashes and washdowns
  • Indoors or sheltered outdoors, pre-drilled plastic signs are an economical choice for light-duty or temporary use on flat or slightly-curved surfaces
  • Indoors or out, Dura-Vinyl material provides exceptional flexibility and performance and features high-gloss film to resist UV rays, water, chemicals and abrasion
  • Keep your facility looking professional while providing clear safety information


Color Black/Red on White
Category Fuel; Gas & Flammable Material
Solution Signs
Sold as 1 each
Weight SGN552-130-ALM - 0.52 lbs.
SGN552-130-PLS - 0.3 lbs.
SGN552-130-SSK - 0.08 lbs.
SGN552-423-ALM - 0.27 lbs.
SGN552-423-PLS - 0.14 lbs.
SGN552-423-SSK - 0.04 lbs.
Composition Aluminum, Plastic or Vinyl
UNSPSC 55121704
Pigalog® Page Number Page 246


Additional Information

  • 29 CFR 1910.106(e)(6)(i)
    "Adequate precautions shall be taken to prevent the ignition of flammable vapors."
  • 29 CFR 1910.1200
    Under OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, employers must evaluate hazards present at the facility, communicate those hazards to employees, and teach them how to avoid the hazards.
  • 29 CFR 1910.145
    Safety signs are to be used in facilities to, "define specific hazards…that may lead to accidental injury to workers or the public, or both, or to property damage."
  • 29 CFR 1910.145(f)(5)
    Danger tags are to be used to identify, "major hazard situations where an immediate hazard presents a threat of death or serious injury to an employee."
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