Respirator Must Be Worn At This Operation
Wearing a respiratory protection
device does not mean that you are safe. The atmosphere that surrounds you at
work still remains dangerous. The air that we breathe in is never "100%
clean". For example, your lungs can attacked by cooking smells, carpet
deodorizers, chlorine in bleach, cigarette smoke or dead skin cells from
animals in your own home. In your yard
or on the street, car exhaust, household and industrial smoke, smell of freshly
cut grass, tree resin, fungus dust, flower pollens and dust taken by wind, are
omnipresent. Moreover, some types of work generate substantial amounts of
atmospheric contaminants. For example, spraying with pesticides, washing with
solvents, grinding metal, transferring wheat on a feeder, painting with a spray
gun or arc welding belong to this group.
Sometimes, even if you try to do all you can in order to eliminate the contaminants or to replace them by less toxic substances and reduce their concentration in the air; you still have to do something in order to improve the quality of air you are breathing. In these circumstances, you have to wear a mask and if a mask is not enough, you have to use a source of fresh air. Contrary to other risks present in the workplace, it is often hard to know if there are any dangerous substances in the air. Each respiratory protection device is designed to protect you only from a specific type of risk. That is why It is crucial to know the functioning, restrictions and functions of the respirator you use.
This sign is available in the classic OSHA format as well as in the ANSI spec. You can choose from any format. This sign become encapsulated under high temperature and pressure inside 50 mils of rigid PVC. It is also resistant to chemicals, weather, physical abuse and tampering. Many of these safety signs are enhanced with OSHA/ANSI symbols. They can be delivered with either brass eyelets or adhesive mounted. Potential buyers can inquire for prices of semi custom signs and for signs over a quantity of 50.